No shame in the broke game.
No shame in the broke game.
Shockingly, some of this hasn’t changed.
Being pregnant is amazing for many reasons — but losing the ability to wear most of your closet is not one of them. Here’s how to keep your jeans and add a few amazing pieces during your pregnancy.
From shopping for deals to going out at night, men and women dole out their cash (and save it) in different ways.
I’ll hold your hand and we’ll get through this nightmare together!
Is shopping “the new terrorism”?
You know you probably shouldn’t do it. But you do it.
Anonymous retail sales associates in New York City reveal the tricks they use to get into your wallet. Shoppers beware.
Meet Beloved, the purveyor of all your statement sweatshirt needs.
It’s settled: the fruit-of-the moment is pineapple. Now, the only reasonable thing to do is revamp your entire wardrobe in its honor.
Tell everyone you know. QUICKLY!
I tried on the entire collection so you wouldn’t have to! Admit it, you’re also a little collab crazed.
These kids would suck at Supermarket Sweep.
Specifically: at Hermes, Cartier, Lanvin and Ermanno Scervino. (Must be nice!)
Bra shopping doesn’t have to be the worst thing on the planet.
Because all bargains are not created equal.
So you put off your winter-accessory shopping until it finally got frigid. Thankfully, almost everything’s on sale and a cat-ear hat seems much less risky when it’s only $14.
Complete with overnight lines and crazed crowds.
Shoplifting is expected to cost retailers $9 billion this holiday season. Thieves have been quite busy so far frisking various joints (but mostly Walmart).
More than one in three American adults goes shopping on Black Friday. And that’s just one of many frightening statistics about shopping’s most dangerous day.
Or Black Thursday, or whatever stores are doing nowadays. The best deals on apparel will come online toward the end of the year.
Sure, there’ll be some great deals, but think about all the other things you could be doing with your time.
IT’S A SCAM. And it will make you sad. Also: leftovers.
It’s a dangerous world out there.
Madness? THIS. IS. SHOPPING.
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Courtesy of designer department store Bergdorf Goodman.
For as little as $50 an hour, regular people who aren’t celebrities can hire stylists to clean out their closets, take them shopping, and make sure they wear Bad Outfits a lot less often.
Pudge naps after a tough day’s work of playing in a paper bag.
Not all of these time pieces make it easy to tell the time, but they sure look great so whatever!
The event began four years ago as a way to try to get people to support fashion and shopping in the worst of the recession when no one could afford anything. Whether or not you’re “better off now,” the tradition continues today with events in stores around the world involving celebrities, bad art, and weird stunts. Here’s a recap.