“A great fashion moment in film is when someone wears something that is supposed to look good, gives onlookers ineffable joy and, finally, so utterly suits the character.” I very much enjoyed Hadley Freeman’s refreshing take on the 10 greatest men’s movie fashion moments.
The internet is full of rave reviews about Maggie Gyllenhaal’s wardrobe in The Honourable Woman. I haven’t yet seen the series, but this is making me even more curious.
From Dynasty, Miami Vice and Seinfeld to Ally McBeal, That Girl and Scandal, Popsugar brings us 50 TV Shows That Changed the Way We Dress.
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L’Abeille had fun browsing this sometimes hilarious compendium of comments made by husbands about their style blogger wives’ outfits.
Aquamarine found this article reporting that the skinny jeans trend is over interesting but unlikely, as she is still seeing lots of skinny jeans everywhere.
This post is targeted to knitters, but Diana thinks the advice on how to take measurements is very helpful for understanding fit for ready-to-wear knitwear too.
Milehighstyle (Linda) recommends that fellow petites look at WhoWhatWear’s suggestions for brands that have the petite girl’s back.
Joy wants to share this New York Times interview with Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton. She enjoyed reading “about this quiet genius thrust into the spotlight rather than seeking it”.
Angie lets us know that Sally provides helpful dressing tips for TV appearances and presentations. She also thought Sylvia looked great on safari in Namibia.
Laurinda enjoyed this fun look at 2014 Emmy dresses, aka: how fashion imitates cocktails.
A discussion around “Deliberately Sexy” in the forum left T musing about other people’s reactions to our style preferences. Some styles are socially more acceptable than others as this girl found out when she did an experiment.
Vildy is very interested in how Anuschka of Into Mind develops a colour palette, especially because she uses more colours than most people do.
Deborah not only adores Rick Owen’s clothing but also his philosophy about fashion and style. She relates very much to what the designer shares in this article about wearing a uniform, and also enjoyed some of the author’s thoughts about consumerism and fast fashion.