Day: June 5, 2021

Who wore the tie dye safety pin closure sweater better?

The love for tie and dye seems to have no end. The fashionistas of Bollywood have explored the print in different intensity in almost all silhouettes making us wonder what more can we expect. Earlier this year, around February, when winter chills were gradually fading Katrina Kaif broke the internet with her tie-dyed blue sweater. What made her style different was the quirky safety pin closure of her knitted crop top. Safety pins as an accessory soon made it to the trend list and Katrina’s fans found a reason to style up their old sweaters with the safety pin jugaad.  Though buying her 25 thousand rupees worth sweater from Guizio was not in our pockets, broken buttons in our sweater no more seemed like a problem as pins found their way to make a style statement. The Bollywood superstars not just inspire us with their offbeat styles but also inspire

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‘You get what you pay for’

An online shopping deal was too good to be true for one woman. Now, TikTok is laughing. 

Natalie Tyson shared a TikTok video of a dress her sister’s friend ordered. The hilarious online shopping disaster garnered 8.4 million views. That’s likely because it’s so relatable. Who hasn’t ordered something online that was completely different when it arrived

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“She found it on a website called Chic Me and decided to order it,” Tyson told Newsweek of the friend. 

Tyson captioned her video “I’m cryinggg” on TikTok. 

First, Tyson showed the dress as seen in the Chic Me listing. The garment was a satiny, sage green with a cinched waist and puffed sleeves. It looked expensive in the photo but was priced at a reasonable, almost unbelievable, $32.39. 

However, the real dress was abysmal in comparison. It was made from

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Styleweek Northeast to feature micro show Thursday in Providence

PROVIDENCE — StyleWeek Northeast takes to the runway Thursday night from 5:30 to10 p.m. for a micro fashion event that packs in two collections, a recycled-fashion student competition, a silent auction for student art and a special accessories installation. 

The show will be on the patio at the Capital Grille, against the Waterplace Basin setting. That’s where the 10th-anniversary event was held last October, limited by the pandemic to 85 guests wearing their StyleWeek face masks.

This time, for the 19th season celebrating fashion, there will be 125 guests in attendance. 

There was no question there would be a micro fashion event, said StyleWeek founder and president Rosanna Ortiz. It’s something people need now. 

"Fashion always matters, because it’s an expression of who we are," says StyleWeek Northeast founder and president Rosanna Ortiz, who has reimagined this year's event as a one-day micro fashion show.

“Fashion always matters, because it’s an expression of who we are,” she said in a recent interview. “It allows you to be expressive, without judgment.” 

“And it’s fun,” she added. “It makes you smile, and we

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