Month: July 2019

[embedded content] Nothing will get you pumped for Fourth of July (or any day, for that matter) like Katy Perry‘s “Firework.” It’s about celebrating originality, letting your sparkle shine, and giving the whole world a taste of what makes you great. And Twinkle Poindexter, a kettlebell instructor at Yadkin YMCA, combined her love of “Firework”
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A trip to Hawkins, Indiana, in Stranger Things might be a nightmare of uncanny terror, but a journey back to the ’80s with the hit Netflix series is wall-to-wall nostalgia. In amidst the Spielberg references and throwback soundtrack, the fashion of Stranger Things is also well worth a binge-watch. The retro costumes on-screen turned the
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Next summer, things are going to get a bit touchy-feely, in the best possible way. For SS20, menswear trends are all softness and sensuality, a resounding clapback to the chest-out testosterone of all that sports- and streetwear from recent years. This is masculinity as a louche, tactile thing, all soft fabrics and sighs. The shift
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I would be lying if I said I haven’t clowned my dad for making a few fashion faux pas in his heyday (you have too, don’t lie). I mean, calf-length cargo shorts? Oversized baseball jerseys and those BBQ sandals? He had it coming. But little did I know my father’s practical approach to fashion would
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Dear E. Jean: Can you clarify the Girl Code? I’ve been finding myself in some questionable situations over the past couple of years that somehow or other always come down to potential violations of the Girl Code. I may be out of it—I’m 28; you’d think I’d have a clue—but what are the rules among
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Towel? Check. Sun screen? Check. Snorkel? Check. Anything we’re forgetting? Maybe. Getting dressed for the beach isn’t as easy as it should be. There are a lot of elements to consider – sand that will tear up your loafers, a gusty sea breeze to contend with, the general sogginess of sitting next to lapping ocean
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