I'm definitely Meghan Markle in 'Suits,' just sayin'. From Women's Health
Madison Taylor wore a Pnina Tornai wedding dress that was covered in flowers and had a full skirt. It looked like a sketch she made of her dream gown.
By the time your forties roll around, you probably already know whether you prefer wearing shirtdresses over shifts and if your body...
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If you're going to buy a new dress, it might as well be on sale, right? There's an onslaught of high-quality items being marked down right now, and we're going to take advantage of it. We love shopping sales, and our wardrobe is always clamoring for something new, so these picks are a win-win! At the moment, there are some seriously good sales going on, and that results in epic savings and the clothes of our dreams! A dress is something to add to your wardrobe no matter what season, and these 21 picks are at the top of our wish lists. Whether you're looking for something casual to wear on the weekend or something with a bold print that will make you smile, we've got you covered. Just keep reading to shop our favorites, and hurry, because these deals won't last long. Related: 19 Banana Republic Sweaters We Absolutely Love This Month - and They’re All on Sale
From the Disney red carpet to the Met Gala.Originally Appeared on Teen Vogue
From simple LBDs to extravagant floor-sweeping gowns.Originally Appeared on Teen Vogue
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We're all Emily Dickinson now—might as well take a cue from her wardrobe.From Town & Country
Lengthen that hem, cinch that waist, and lighten up those layers for warmer temps.From Town & Country
On Jan. 13, dressed in what some have called her best "funeral outfit," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi opened the debate for the impeachment of President Donald Trump for inciting the insurrection on the US Capitol. After seeing photos of Pelosi emerge on social media, users were quick to point out that her three-quarter-sleeved suit dress looked strikingly familiar. Like most of the US, the black, high-collared number has been through this situation before - when Pelosi wore the dress to Trump's first impeachment. Somber, sleek, and powerful, the dress makes more than just a fashion statement. It highlights the severity of the debate outcome and serves as an important reminder that we've been here before. Some speculated that Pelosi could have been wearing the not-so-subtle callback to Trump's first impeachment - which took place on Dec. 18, 2019 - as a good-luck charm. For you, a good-luck charm might be a pair of red underwear, the necklace you've had since seventh grade, or that bracelet with the little ladybug charm. For Pelosi, the power suit is a symbol of resilience and a reminder that the actions of those in power do have consequences. Just hours after Pelosi referred to Trump as "a clear and present danger to the nation we all love," the House reached enough votes to impeach the president. Following a tally of all the remaining votes, Trump will become the first president in US history to be impeached twice. Take a closer look at Pelosi's powerful outfit ahead. Related: 12 Women Politicians and Activists Who Have Proudly Made Fashion Part of the Conversation
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The actress went glam to promote her new film, "Music."
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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – FEBRUARY 10: Models walk the runway for Zimmermann fashion show during February 2020 – New York Fashion Week: The Shows at SIR Stage37 on February 10, 2020 in New York City. (Photo by Fernanda Calfat/Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows) On Tuesday, Australian womenswear brand Zimmermann announced on Twitter the release of its resort swim ‘21 collection. After revealing images of the line, allegations of cultural appropriation followed, with many users on the social media platform pointing out that the embroidered design on one of the dresses looked “plagiarized” from designs that artisans in Oaxaca, Mexico, have been crafting for hundreds of years. The brand has since apologized and pulled the dress from the website. Called the Riders Panelled Tunic Dress, the style is an off-white mini with ruffled, short sleeves. It features embroidered bird and floral designs and pink-and-blue ribbon detailing. “This is stolen from ceremonial regalia of people of the Huautla de Jiménez Oaxaca region,” wrote Sue Boyde in response to Zimmermann’s tweet showcasing the dress. Another user, @salsaDchicatana, tweeted: “You are using an original design from the community of Huautla de Jiménez, Oaxaca. So basically, you are stealing their design and using an unauthorized reproduction of such design under your brand, which is clearly an unfair trade practice.” La Opinión de Poza Rica, a newspaper from Veracruz, Mexico, wrote, “The Zimmermann brand plagiarizes a model of the ancestral Mazatec huipil and sells it for $850.” At the time of publishing, more than 60 people had responded to Zimmermann’s post, many of whom echoed the same sentiments. Now Instore: Resort Swim 21. Pictured, the Riders Panelled Tunic Dress & Wide Brim Boater. Shop the Look > https://t.co/2yZiFNH6sR. #ZimResortSwim21 #zimmermann pic.twitter.com/aVpQtBLn53— ZIMMERMANN (@ZIMMERMANN_) January 12, 2021 Shortly after the image was released, The Oaxacan Institute of Handicrafts (El Instituto Oaxaqueño de las Artesanías) put out a statement. In it, the organization asked Zimmermann to explain the “iconographic and technical elements” included in its resort swim ‘21 collection. The statement also asked for recognition of the artisan work featured. “[Zimmermann] markets a multicolored tunic-style dress in its Resort 2021 collection [that features a] design and iconography [that] corresponds to the Mazatec populations of the Cañada region of our state, mainly Huautla de Jiménez and San Bartolomé Ayautla,” the statement, written in Spanish, stated. Desde #Oaxaca hacemos un llamado enérgico a la marca ZIMMERMANN para que explique los elementos iconográficos y técnicos de las piezas de su colección Resort Swim 2021, así mismo pedimos el reconocimiento al trabajo artesanal de los pueblos de la región cañada y papaloapan. pic.twitter.com/wVy6KlJm9f— ArtesaniasdeOaxaca (@IOA_GobOax) January 13, 2021 According to the organization, the garment in question is distinguishable by its embroidered cotton textiles, which Mazatec women have been making for centuries and “use with pride in their traditional festivities.” The statement continued, “The embroideries are made with the cross-stitch technique, […] and represent different symbolic elements such as birds and flowers that reflect the nature of their communities. [They are] framed with ribbons of colors, which distinguish them from one town to another.” While the tweets only mentioned the Riders Panelled Tunic Dress, the organization’s statement also brought up Zimmermann’s printed “Lulu Drop Waist Mini Dress and Scoop Bikini”: “The ‘Lulu Drop Waist Mini Dress and Scoop Bikini’ [share a] similarity in design with the traditional huipil of Jalapa de Díaz from the Papaloapan region.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by ZIMMERMANN (@zimmermann) Following Twitter’s response and the organization’s statements, Zimmermann released a statement on Instagram. It reads, “Zimmermann acknowledges that the panelled tunic dress from our current swim collection was inspired by what we now understand to be a traditional garment from the Oaxaca region in Mexico. We apologize for the usage without appropriate credit to the cultural owners of this form of dress and for the offense this has caused.” The brand’s statement also noted that the Riders Panelled Tunic Dress has been permanently removed from all Zimmermann stores, as well as its online store. “We have taken steps to ensure this does not happen again in [the] future,” it concluded. According to a source close to the brand, Zimmermann is currently attempting to contact The Oaxacan Institute of Handicrafts, as well as the state’s government, in order to investigate the claims regarding the Lulu Drop Waist Mini Dress and Scoop Bikini and discuss reparations. Refinery29 reached out to The Oaxacan Institute of Handicrafts, but at the time of publishing, had not yet heard back. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Florence Pugh Addresses Her Cultural AppropriationIs Rihanna's Cover Cultural Appropriation?How Are We Supposed To Feel About Japanese Cholas?
"She said, 'Let me try this again'."
Update: Anna Wintour released a statement after the controversy surrounding Vogue's February 2021 cover with Kamala Harris. "Obviously we have heard and understood the reaction to the print cover and I just want to reiterate that it was absolutely not our intention to, in any way, diminish the importance of the vice president-elect's incredible victory," the editor-in-chief said on The New York Times's Sway podcast.
Color has the ability to change our mood, and make us feel happy, sad, and everything in between. It's a brand new year, and although it may feel like not much has changed, we've got a bit more perspective, a bit more knowledge, and a bit more optimism this time around. This year, we're all about color. To give some context, this editor lives in a house that is almost exclusively decorated in neutral shades of white and tan, and who's own wardrobe can be narrowed down to black, white, and navy blue. So if I'm ready for color, I have a sense that you may be too. There are five big trends we're seeing for 2021, and many of them give off a sherbet-like vibe. They're not quite pastels, nor are they dark and moody. They're sophisticated and layered while still feeling whimsical and modern. This year, outfit your home, your wardrobe, and everything in between in these five shades. Just scrolling and shopping will put a little extra pep in your step. Related: The Uncertainty of the Next Few Months Is Encapsulated in Pantone's 2021 Colors of the Year