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Wedding accessories you'll actually want to wear again

As a bride-to-be myself, I've spent my fair share of time searching for wedding-day accessories. To be clear, by fair share of time, I mean hours – in the double digits. I wish I was joking, but the unfortunate reality is that when it comes to finding non-cheesy bridal accoutrements, it's rough out there! Try finding ones you'd actually wear post-wedding day, and the feat feels nearly impossible. We say nearly, however, because of course today we've done the work for you searched high and low to round up accessories we know brides-to-be will love.

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Answer Angel: One-shoulder tops: Another fad that's not for all

Dear Answer Angel Ellen: I'm always interested in the latest fashion trends and appreciate your advice on whether they're suitable for women of all ages. So, as I was shopping recently, I noticed the stores (Macy's, Nordstrom, Forever 21, Zara and others) have racks and racks of one-shoulder blouses and dresses. Any thoughts on who can wear them?

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Cool denim jackets to update your festival wardrobe

One piece that's always in heavy rotation for festival season is the jean jacket, and this year, we're predicting that the embellished denim jacket will be the one seen on every celebrity and blogger. We already saw them on repeat during fashion month and see no signs of the popular style slowing down.

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Hats are ‘a new means of expression; the new tattoo’

Hunched over 50-year-old sewing machines in a workshop in central Paris, milliners diligently stitch together straps of straw that grow into a spiral that grows into a hat. The boaters, adorned with a black grosgrain band, will join the rabbit-felt fedoras, cloches and other bonnets made in the cramped atelier of Mademoiselle Chapeaux, a 6-year-old brand at the forefront of a millinery renaissance.

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American-Muslim designer makes 'covered' clothing cool

A line of clothing by Sacramento fashion designer Latiya Gholar 'American Umma' aims to redefine how we look at Muslim women by making being covered cool. It infuses traditional Islamic wear for women with American style. Runway video by Shane Maus from 2017 fashion on Film event.

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American-Muslim designer makes 'covered' clothing cool

A line of clothing by Sacramento fashion designer Latiya Gholar 'American Umma' aims to redefine how we look at Muslim women by making being covered cool. It infuses traditional Islamic wear for women with American style. Runway video by Shane Maus from 2017 fashion on Film event.
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American-Muslim designer makes 'covered' clothing cool

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Tour Folsom Button Up Boutique with owner Robin Bernardoni

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