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Fashion is a powerful form of self-expression. For better or worse, people make assumptions about our personality by how we present ourselves. We’re okay with parading around in oversized tees with cute cats shooting lasers out of their eyes, our favorite band’s merch, and basically being walking advertisements for brands, so why not make political statements with our dress? Instead of having a dead-end conversation about your love for ironically tacky ... Read More
These adorable dresses will put a spring in your step!Zoe Miyori Fujii Exploding Poppies Shift, $125, zoemiyorifujii.etsy.comDarling Karen Dress (in Dusky Teal), $110, darlingclothes.comLulu’s Lead the Sway Maxi Dress, $138, lulus.comDear Creatures Elena Dress (in Mustard), $90, dearcreatures.comMotel Topi Tea Dress (in Morris Flower), $68, motelrocks.comModcloth Meet the Author Dress, $53, modcloth.com (available in ... Read More
Barbie Beach New York, NYStore Manager and Stylist, Patricia Field Tell me what you’re wearing. The Misfits vest was a gift from a designer friend; his clothing line is called Zefjuku. The crop top is by American Deadstock and was $25, and the jeans and the leather fingerless gloves were $48 each: they’re all from Patricia Field. The dominatrix boots are by Pleaser and were $79. My plugs were $16 at Spencers. My eyebrow pencil is Nicka K lip liner in ... Read More
New technology to battle technological dependence? Makes sense. When I had a Smartphone I was prone to constantly checking my various apps out of fear that I would miss something that was happening. In fact, it is so easy to be sucked into a world of notifications and constant streams of information that people tend to tune the real world out completely. This trend is the inspiration for a new clothing line called FOCUS created by Japanese conceptual fashion ... Read More
Venturing into the wild, or just setting up camp in your living room?  Add some luxury to the great outdoors with this Good Stuff collected by Stephanie J.Play Tent, $115, BELITTLEYOUANDME.ETSY.COMWind Spinner, $10, AMAER.ETSY.COMUpcycled Camping Stool, $45, CONFETTIRIOTSHOP.ETSY.COMBlanket, $128, GYPSYA.ETSY.COMOrganic Dry Shampoo, $32, SKINNYSKINNY.COMCosmetic Clutch, $36, CONNECTEDGOODS.COMOrganic Lip Tint, $10, ... Read More
Sure, you can buy vintage dresses on eBay, but if you want the good shit, you need to hit a thrift store. I’m talking about Goodwill, Savers, and the Salvation Army—places that smell like an artisanal blend of human pee, cat pee, and mold; where every coat pocket is stuffed with a wadded-up tissue. When it comes to the thrill of the hunt, nothing compares to a straight-up thrift score. Are you ready to attack this experience like a ravenous tiger with ... Read More
Grace Choi wants you to have makeup that grows up with you, that you design and create yourself. It's like having your own personal M.A.C. boutique right in your bedroom.In the video of her demo at TechCrunch Disrupt, she's flippant, wise, savvy, speaking off the cuff--basically, the kind of woman you'd buy makeup from. I can imagine myself hobbling away from her makeup counter with an armful of product, but remember this is the 21st century: at ... Read More
You can get so much weird clothing off the internet, you could easily wander the streets dressed like a Vice Don't every day of your life. The two grandest obsessions of our generation are such weird clothing, and cats. And lists. Lots and lots of lists.  Everyone's got their two cents on this kitty bikini or that cat sweater, but you know you can only trust BUST when it comes to matters of such grave importance. Without further ado: send in the cats.We've ... Read More
  We’re gearing up for some seriously warm, no-tights-under-your-dress weather, but most of us are still nowhere near abandoning our jackets. That’s where sweatshirts come in—the only item of clothing I happily own that has the word “sweat” in the title. But the latest versions hitting the stores have come a long way from the oversized gray Champion numbers you were probably sporting in middle school. Here are some of my top picks ... Read More
       The G.L.O.B. (Gorgeous Ladies of BUST) love Fringe Salon in N.Y.C.’s Lower East Side for many reasons: namely, because owner Amy Schiappa has been fabulously cutting/dyeing/styling our hair for almost 20 years. Seriously!   Aside from being a BFF to BUST since our inception (awwwww), Fringe is the kind of business that this world needs more of. Besides being woman-owned and a frequent user of real-gal models, Fringe caters to ... Read More
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