2 items from 2010
Almost every woman can attest to dreading that most banal of morning rituals: finding an outfit to wear. So often we suffer through these moments alone. Until now. For those who dare, there are fashion websites where random people share their unbiased opinions of your outfits in a matter of minutes. Sites like Fashism and Go Try it On cater to everyday people who don't have the luxury of a stylist, but want quick opinions about fashion, reports the New York Times.Here's what you had to say:Elaine commented via Facebook: "Some folks refuse to look in the mirror before stepping out the door, so I say great idea." Missy wrote via Facebook: "I think it would be a real eye opener for many people in the world." »
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When style expert Amy Tara Koch looked in the mirror after the end of her first trimester, she decided the fat pants had to go.
“I simply could not allow my professional credibility to be eradicated by leisure wear,” she tells People’s Moms & Babies.
Instead she came up with a formula based on age-old fashion tenets — garment rotation, layering and super-accessorizing — that led to her new book Bump It Up (Random House, $18).
This clever guide to pregnancy style is filled with cool illustrations, a cheeky “preggo glossary” and outfit ideas from world-class designers.
Check out some of her tips below! »
2 items from 2010
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