In the sixth installment of her letters from Scotland, our writer, who is living in Edinburgh for a year, considers the weather on her term break, then jaunts down to London and attends an alternative fashion show.
Experts answer what they know. The Non-Expert answers anything. This week we give you the skinny on some of the best tress-work we’ve sported in the past, all relevant details included.
Hail spring! May flowers are just around the corner, bringing new occasions to look dashing. Advice on lightweight suits (nice), scuba gear (when underwater), and seersucker (not yet).
If you look like you just got some, it’s sexy. If you’re dressed like you’re out to get some, it’s slutty. Ignore the distinction.
Forget about your butt; consider your jewelry. (You can change it a hell of a lot faster.) A look at the history of accessories.
Why have hats fallen out of favor? After all, if you choose your headgear well, no one will notice what else you’re wearing.
Experts answer what they know. The Non-Expert answers anything. This week we settle the question of why men’s and women’s buttons are on different sides of the split. And history takes a back seat.
Black is slimming, but orange is fun. To hell with neutrals, we want to see more cha-cha in your wardrobe.
J. Edgar Hoover made cross-dressing big in the States, and now everybody’s doing it. Eleven stories on the ordinary lives of people in different clothing.
Forget about trends for a moment and focus on good taste. Here’s what you need: the A-line skirt, the peacoat, the little black dress.
Experts answer what they know. The Non-Expert answers anything. This week we kick off the first installment of our new feature, The Non-Expert’s Desk, with questions about wedding fashion and canines.
A few tips of advice to how to wear a tie, hold an umbrella, and arrange your wallet to win when your lover goes a-spyin’.