What started as an awards-season trend continued all through Fashion Month. And so did my concern.
Sure, I still love jeans and dresses, but I also love feeling comfortable in a way those pieces won't let me.
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.
Nostalgia can act as a safety blanket — something to burrow into when reality becomes especially cruel.
It's the one New Year's resolution I always make, and immediately fail at. That ends now.
Tradition and "appropriate" footwear be damned — I wear what I want.
We weren't as clueless about clothes as we thought; maybe the rest of our tween selves weren't so bad, either.
"Everything with Midge starts with an accessory."
Each 2000s-created character — Pam Beesly, Liz Lemon, Leslie Knope — abandoned her aesthetic personality. It took until the following decade to right that wrong.
The costume department of "10 Things I Hate About You" is only a fraction of history.
I am a square who likes fabric and comfort and the illusion that I am far more together than I actually am.
As the iconic film turns 20, we revisit our heroine's evolution from corseted fiancée to 20th-century broad.
We're using fashion's cyclical nature to justify our youthful choices — as if we had a real say in them then.