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11 Workwear Essentials That Aren't Suits

October 31, 2016
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11 Workwear Essentials That Aren’t Suits

Because winter is about to get bleak doesn't mean your work wardrobe has to be.

Cut Shopping Pick:
Levi’s Blue Authentic Sherpa Denim Trucker Jacket
It’s lined with sherpa, and it’s cropped right above the waist to accentuate your layers.

Genius Woman Scams 20 Boyfriends Into Buying 20 iPhones, Resells Them to Buy House Instead

A truly brilliant maneuver.

Train Company to Commuters Who Apply Makeup Onboard: You’re Ugly and I Hate You

This is ridiculous.

Here Are the Designers Who Have Donated to Hillary Clinton

She has the fashion industry’s overwhelming support.

Woman Awarded More Than $70M in 3rd Lawsuit Linking Baby Powder and Ovarian Cancer

The plaintiff argued that she developed ovarian cancer after using the company’s baby powder for 45 years.

Cut Shopping Pick:
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz
Get fuller-looking brows.

Leonardo DiCaprio’s Halloween Costume Is Extremely Meta

The costume might only make sense if you read the tabloids.

The Best Affordable Concealer You’ve Never Heard Of

A dark-under-eye circle solution that won’t break the bank.

10 Sleek Leather Work Bags Under $400

Overspending is for suckers.

NFL Cheerleader Manages to Pull Off Impressive Routine While Wearing Inflatable T-Rex Costume

Replace all cheerleader’s uniforms with inflatable T-Rex costumes.

Basic Witch Is the Witty Web Series You Need This Halloween

Penelope is a 20-something witch in NYC.

A Nature Guide to New York, From Floral Class Teacher Amy Merrick

From wallpaper to farmers' markets.

Is This the Turning Point for the Abortion Pill?

More women in the U.S. are having abortions via medication, not surgery.

Carine Roitfeld Splits With Collaborator

Stephen Gan will no longer be involved with CR Fashion Book.

Cheap Thrill: Angular, ’70s Frames

Because the '70s trend is holding on strong.

5 Female Directors on Why They Love Horror Movies

Everyone wants to be the final girl.

Did Kim Kardashian Stage Her Post-Robbery Paparazzi Photos?

Kim is a master of her own image.

Harvard Women’s Soccer Team Writes Response to Men’s Sexually Explicit ‘Scouting Report’ of Female Players

“‘Locker room talk’ is not an excuse because this is not limited to athletic teams. The whole world is the locker room.”

Cut Shopping Pick:
BB Dakota Jacket
For warmer fall days, try a light trench coat in a deep color like maroon.


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