Anne T. Donahue
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Luxe Accessorizing Is Huge for 2020 — Why Am I So Thrown By It?
What started as an awards-season trend continued all through Fashion Month. And so did my concern.
How I Learned That Giving in to Sweats Doesn't Mean Giving Up
Sure, I still love jeans and dresses, but I also love feeling comfortable in a way those pieces won't let me.
Everything I Learned About How Not to Dress, I Learned From 'The Hills'
The MTV hit taught me many things about friendship, relationships and following my dreams — as well as some vital lessons about style that have stayed with me for over a decade.
Life Is Terrible Right Now, So It's No Wonder We Want Summer Style to Stress Comfort
Nostalgia can act as a safety blanket — something to burrow into when reality becomes especially cruel.
You Know What? I'm Done Trying to Become a Matching-Pajama-Sets Person
It's the one New Year's resolution I always make, and immediately fail at. That ends now.
In 2018, Sneakers Gave Me Autonomy When the World We Live in Didn't
Tradition and "appropriate" footwear be damned — I wear what I want.
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The Secret to Truly Unique Personal Style Is Listening to Your 13-Year-Old Self
We weren't as clueless about clothes as we thought; maybe the rest of our tween selves weren't so bad, either.
In 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,' Accessories Tell Midge's Story of Reinvention
"Everything with Midge starts with an accessory."
Corporate Women's TV Wardrobes Have Gotten Way, Way Better Over Time
Each 2000s-created character — Pam Beesly, Liz Lemon, Leslie Knope — abandoned her aesthetic personality. It took until the following decade to right that wrong.
We Need to Talk About How Ugly True '90s Style Actually Was
The costume department of "10 Things I Hate About You" is only a fraction of history.
I Hate Flip-Flops. So Much. And You Absolutely Cannot Change My Mind.
I am a square who likes fabric and comfort and the illusion that I am far more together than I actually am.
In 'Titanic,' Rose's Liberation Is Best Seen Through Her Wardrobe
As the iconic film turns 20, we revisit our heroine's evolution from corseted fiancée to 20th-century broad.
Don't Call It a Comeback: The '90s and Early Aughts Revival Is More Than a Trend
We're using fashion's cyclical nature to justify our youthful choices — as if we had a real say in them then.