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Fashion Editors Are Shopping for Pants RN, and This Pair Is Trending

Part of my post-pandemic shopping journey has been to find pieces that I can style in a multitude of ways and that have an element of comfort to them. Do I miss sitting in high-waisted no-stretch jeans all day long? Absolutely not. But do I miss actually wearing something that isn’t a pair of sweats when I’m working from home? Absolutely.

Luckily, Athleta has been my go-to destination for anything I’m looking for, whether it’s the perfect leggings to wear with my oversize sweater during a workout or the ankle pants that I can style in about 10 different ways.

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How Harry’s is leveling up skin care for men

From toners to eye creams, the skin-care products available for men are becoming more numerous and varied as startups vie to get them to adopt a routine, and stick to it. 

Last week, men’s shaving-turned-grooming unicorn Harry’s became the latest men’s brand to expand its range of skin-care products beyond the basic cleanser and lotion, adding a toner, eye cream, night lotion and blemish treatment to its lineup. It joins a range of startups and conglomerate-owned brands introducing a multi-step skin-care routine to men. According to Euromonitor, the men’s skin-care market excluding shaving products in the U.S. was worth $402.8 Read more

TikTok Video Shows Man Surprising His Wife With Lost Wedding Video

  • Drew and Kayla Gottfried thought their wedding video was erased after their nuptials.
  • A friend from their church ended up finding a copy of the video.
  • Drew surprised Kayla with a screening of it for their 14th wedding anniversary. 
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Drew and Kayla Gottfried thought they would never get to see their wedding video. 

The Oregon couple got married 14 years ago, and like many couples, they had their ceremony filmed so they could relive it for years to come.

But just after their wedding, they were told their wedding video was “accidentally erased,” Drew

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Gen Z’s ‘nowstalgia’ for Y2K fashion is leading to a thrifting explosion

It’s part of a rising trend of Y2K fashion and what has been called “nowstalgia” among Gen Z, who are reliving early 2000s fashion trends they were too young to experience or remember the first time around.

“I think there’s like this resurgence of what was so cool in the 2000s … now that it’s coming back, it’s like you want to infuse it with today’s pop culture,” said Lisa Sahakian, CEO and founder of Ian Charms.

It’s not just beaded necklaces coming back into style. Iconic fashion trends of the early 2000s like bucket hats, low-rise jeans, and babydoll

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Is luxury jewellery rental a serious business?

The founders of Vivrelle beg to differ. Launched in September 2018, the company is emerging from the pandemic, and says it has seen triple-digit growth with an expanding waiting list of those eager to borrow bling for a monthly membership fee. The three tiers range from $99-$279, with products available including $4,000 Stephanie Gottlieb diamond earrings and a $1,790 Cartier bracelet. The company says it has been profitable since its sixth month of operation, and in April this year, Vivrelle raised $26 million in series A funding led by Origin Ventures, with participation from Chapford Capital Group.

Previously, there was

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Meet America’s Best Employers For Women 2021

When Lindsay Zoeller found out she was pregnant with her first child in February 2020, visions of a maternity leave spent in mommy-and-me yoga classes danced in her head. Nine months later, she and her husband, Alex Leininger, who both work at Booz Allen Hamilton, welcomed a son. Though the Covid-19 pandemic dashed some postpartum plans, it didn’t diminish the feeling of support that she got from the McLean, Virginia-based consulting firm. Along with 14 weeks of parental leave and an extra $2,000 deposited into her flexible spending account for childcare, Zoeller was encouraged to work part-time

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