Archive | May, 2010

Music Has Never Been So fun.!

BY CHRISTEN, WRITING TEAM INTERN

There’s nothing quite like seeing members of some of your favorite bands have a little meeting of the minds. Here, Nate Ruess of The Format, Andrew Dost of Anathallo, and Jack Antonoff of Steel Train, …

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Blogger of the Moment: Delightfully Tacky

It’s been almost a year since I stumbled upon Elizabeth of Delightfully Tacky. I was browsing Chictopia or Weardrobe and said to myself, “Hey, I recognize the trees in the background of that outfit photo! Those are Alaskan trees!” …

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How to Work that Work Wardrobe

Whether you work in a corner office or a cubicle, you still want to look like “you” in your business attire, right? Well, with the help of Fashion Writer Jen and a fab foundation piece — the Blue Angels Dress

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7 Online Literary Magazines to Check Out

Looking for something good to read? Check out some of our favorite online magazines. From brief nonfiction to editorial photography, these publications are ones to bookmark on your browser!

Narrative Magazine
Often called the PBS of literature, Narrative aims …

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Different But the Same

If you’ve ever wondered what the supermarket shelves looked like to your parents or grandparents, the blog Different But the Same can offer some answers. This consumer-culture-lovin’ site compares vintage packaging with their current incarnations, …

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A Harmonious Find!

Who: Jesa of Wearable Dreams

What:
My favorite find is the first necklace which is a gold-plated vintage piece. At first glance, it looks to be one necklace, but I took my jeweler’s kit and combined it with another vintage …

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Bookmark This: The Books’ “Beautiful People”

Go on an intergalactic ride with “Beautiful People” by American music duo The Books. After a five-year hiatus, their album The Way Out, in which each track “needs to sound like it comes from its own universe,” …

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A Study In Adorable Animals

Meet Lily and her cub, Hope. Many people have been able to see them this closely in person, thanks to Dr. Lynn Rogers’ Black Bear Field Study course in Minnesota. It sounds amazing!…

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I Just Called to Say I Love This Bag

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Photo: HEL LOOKS

As the title of this blog post so discreetly suggests, Ina‘s purse could be the most amazing accessory I’ve ever laid eyes upon! Have you ever seen something so unique and, well, downright awesome? Ina’s ensemble …

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5/16 NY Daily News

The Art Exhibition Dress was featured in the NY Daily News.

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Baconized Jalapeño Poppers

BY CHRISTEN, WRITING TEAM INTERN

I’ve always had a taste for spice; the more of an emergency in my mouth, the better. So, of course, I’m a die-hard fan of jalapeño poppers. From time to time, though, a true appetizer-eater …

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Boho-Beach Chic? Full Speed Ahead, We Say!

Faux fur at the sea? And boots, too? You’d think this sounds like a sartorial shipwreck just waiting to happen, but blogger Christina of Trop Rouge pulls off this daring dockside look with enviable ease. I love the ’60s funk …

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The Life Organic With WWOOF

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Photo: Audrey Moyer

In 1971, London secretary Sue Coppard started a program called Working Weekends on Organic Farms (WWOOF) to provide fellow city-dwellers with a chance to experience farm life firsthand, in support of the budding organic movement. Today, WWOOF …

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Yacht’a Get This Unisex-y Scarf!

Whether you’re a woman or a man, if you live near a large body of water, chances are you love yachting. And, naturally, you like to dress for the occasion. As a seasoned sailor, though, you know how challenging it …

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