Now that the days are getting shorter, it’s time to start thinking about how to remain visible while working out after dark. Refinery29 discusses a number of Night Running Safety Gear Tips and Tricks. Lululemon’s reflective line is also designed to keep you visible during workouts.

In other Lululemon news: their male customer base is slowly growing, and this Fall the brand will open its first men’s store in New York City.

Racked does a roundup of Ten Exercise Jackets Perfect for a Fall Jog.

Under Armour’s Spring 2015 line will include items made from Under Armour Sun Block material, “a Skin Cancer Foundation-accredited fabrication that comes in both UPF 30 and 50s.”

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The Wall Street Journal agrees with Angie that white is great for Fall and Winter. Joy enjoyed the photos of their picks… lovely statement pieces.

Faribault Woolen Mill has been producing woolen goods in southern Minnesota since 1865. The plant closed in 2009 but reopened under new owners in 2011. Laurinda informs us that this year they launched a collaboration with Target to sell made-in-the-US woolen goods.

HiggsMistress reports that in this Ebola suit design challenge, wedding dress designer Jill Andrews says there are similarities between a wedding gown and personal protection devices.

As a big fan of both his music and his style, milehighstyle (Linda) found herself smiling at this slideshow of Prince’s fashion through the years.

Sally mentions that Static Guard works well, so give it a bash if your skirts and dresses are clinging on to your tights. Angie adds that she assumes it will work well for static knitwear too. 

Angie also wanted to share this gorgeous photo. She says: “One of the best casual street style pics for Fall I’ve seen all year. White jeans, stone booties, olive parka, and a very stylish poodle who matches a silver bag. This is style.”

La Belle Demimondaine wasn’t really interested in the Alexander Wang for H&M Collection… until she saw this post. That scuba-style sweater has her attention, although she’s not sure about the “WANG” printed all over the sides.

Laura (rhubarbgirl) enjoyed this article on The Bizarre History of Women’s Clothing Sizes.

Macy’s at Herald Square in Manhattan is undergoing a 400 million dollar renovation, and at its centre is an enormous shoe department — complete with digitally-equipped “runners.” You can also read the original article announcing the opening of this store in 1902. Suz loves the detail that if the floor planks were placed end-to-end they would go from New York to Detroit and 75 miles beyond.