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GRAPHIC TEES THAT GO WITH EVERYTHING

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Everett Williams wearing the Rude Bear Graphic Tee

Why do we love graphic tees so much? The list of reasons is endless. For starters, they are super comfortable and easy to wear. They can be dressed up or down and are appropriate for every season. And sometimes you want to say something to the world without actually having to say it. You know what we mean?

Scroll through to browse our current favorites and add a few to your collection!

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Ray Of Fcuking Sunshine Slogan T-Shirt $44.00

What better way to shamelessly communicate your deepest thoughts and feelings to the world than wearing this tee? It’s the ultimate conversation starter and looks cool with a pair of distressed denim jeans.

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Rock It Logo T-Shirt $44.00

Turn on, tune up and rock out...

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HOW TO MASTER THE ATHLEISURE TREND

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You’d never imagine that the words “athletic” and “leisure” would be paired together to create one of latest buzzwords in fashion. The athleisure trend shows no signs of slowing down, and we’re certainly not mad about it. These styles are comfortable, cool and when we’re wearing them, they make us feel extra good about ourselves. Win, win, win.

Regardless of how much you work out, you’re going to want to jump on this trend as soon as possible. So, we’ve pulled together a few of our favorite pieces so that you can bring a sportswear-minded approach to your ensembles this season. Step aside, Gigi Hadid! You’ve got some competition.

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Rule number one for mastering the athleisure trend? Snag an awesome sweatshirt...

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3 Easy AF Ways to Make a Crop Top With Stuff You Already Have

LEGGINGS >> LONG-SLEEVE CROP TOP

  1. Fold your leggings in half.
  2. Cut out the crotch of the leggings to create the collar of your crop top. I wanted the front and back of my shirt to be more of a scoop shape than a V-neck, so I cut the line in a slight curve.
  3. Start by cutting a section only about 4 to 5 inches long, and then go back and remove more if you want it to be lower-cut.

That’s literally all you do. I told you these were easy.

BUTTON-DOWN SHIRT >> TIED-UP CROP TOP

  1. Remove the sleeves of your shirt by cutting along the arm seams.
  2. Decide how cropped you want your top to be, and then cut straight along that line at the back of the shirt.
  3. In the front, leave a strip alongside the buttons to create the pieces you’ll later tie up.
  4. Lightly fray the edge of y...
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8 Ways to Cover Up in the Summer Without Dying of Heat

If it were up to you, you’d be in tank tops and cut-offs all summer long. But there are times (um, work, church, kids’ school fundraisers…) that call for something a bit more modest. Here, eight ways to look polished while keeping your cool.

RELATED: THE ONLY 15 ITEMS YOU NEED TO BUILD THE PERFECT WARDROBE

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THE CHRISELLE FACTOR

KNIT TOP + LINEN BOTTOMS

Linen pants offer coverage without being stifling (and it doesn’t matter if they get a bit rumpled). Pair them with a more structured top to keep the look streamlined.

Get the look: Splendid top ($88); Caslon pants ($54); Pikolinos shoes ($160)

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TAKE AIM

CROCHET TOP + PANTS

An open knit top provides ventilation. An open knit top with trousers provides class.

Get the look: Sandro top ($...

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The Best Clothing Colors for Every Skin Tone

You know that one dress or top people always compliment you on? It probably has a little something to do with the hue. Here’s how to know exactly which ones work for your personal shade.

RELATED: THE 10 MOST PHOTOGENIC CLOTHES YOU CAN WEAR

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FAIR AND COOL-TONED

Blue is your power color. Try it in every variation–from pale sky to deep navy hues.

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FAIR AND WARM-TONED

Try orangey red or blush tones that are–like you–somewhere in the middle.

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MEDIUM AND COOL-TONED

A dove gray or slate brightens your look without washing you out.

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MEDIUM AND WARM-TONED

From forest to chartreuse (like Jamie wears here), pretty much ...

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What actually is a babydoll dress?

Te catwalks have decreed that the babydoll dress is one of the key dress styles of the season. Valentino, Jeremy Scott and Giambattista Valli all offered different incarnations on the catwalk, but, judging by the responses in the GLAMOUR office, there is still confusion about what it actually is.

What actually is a babydoll dress?
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The babydoll started out as a short nightgown invented by a designer called Sylvia Pedler in 1942 as a means of working with the fabric shortage during World War II. A version for children was also created – the length was kept short so that kids could have their nappies changed with ease, so bear that in mind when you’re wearing yours. Pedler apparently hated that women began calling them babydolls and never used the term herself.

What actually is a babydoll dress?
Printed silk dress, £853, Giamba at My-Theresa
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THE NON-FASHION DUDES IN OUR LIVES REVIEW THE NYFW:M SHOWS, DAY 1

In the past, we at Fashionista have sent an eager, curious non-fashion dude to report from the front lines at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, a women’s ready-to-wear show, and, finally, the #menswear extravaganza that is New York Fashion Week: Men’s. This time around, we thought it would be entertaining to ask the non-fashion dudes in our lives — husbands, boyfriends, dads, platonic pals — whose occupations range from law to tech to television writing what their immediate feelings were about the looks presented on the NYFW:M runways. 

Without further ado, we present their snap reviews from the first day of the men’s shows, which they kindly submitted via text message. Enjoy!

DAVID NAMAN

A look from the David Naman spring 2017 collection. Photo: David Naman

A look from the David Naman spring 2017 collection. Photo: David Naman
Left: Alyssa's husband, Jon. Right: Chantal's friend, Nick. 

Left: Alyssa’s hu...
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THE NON-FASHION DUDES IN OUR LIVES REVIEW THE NYFW:M SHOWS, DAY 3

In the past, we at Fashionista have sent an eager, curious non-fashion dude to report from the front lines at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, a women’s ready-to-wear show, and, finally, the #menswear extravaganza that is New York Fashion Week: Men’s. This time around, we thought it would be entertaining to ask the non-fashion dudes in our lives — husbands, boyfriends, brothers, platonic pals — whose occupations range from law to tech to television writing what their immediate feelings were about the looks presented on the NYFW:M runways.

Without further ado, we present their snap reviews from the third day of the men’s shows, which they kindly submitted via text message. Enjoy!

DEVEAUX

A look from the Deveaux spring 2017 collection. Photo: Deveaux

A look from the Deveaux spring 2017 collection. Photo: Deveaux
Left: Chantal's friend, Ohi. Right: Stephanie's friend, David. 

Left: Chantal’s friend, Ohi.
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