(NEW YORK) — For most people, getting dressed every morning seems like a simple task. But at 17 years old, Lauren Thierry’s son Liam still has trouble dressing himself. That’s because Liam has autism. “A…
(NEW YORK) — It’s often said that you should dress for the job you want and not for the one you have. For those who want to put that into practice, price can be prohibitive…
The president wore a tan summer suit and cuffed pants for Thursday\’s address, and immediately the Internet lit up with shocked takes on the president\’s fashion choice.
If a size 00 at J. Crew is too big, the retailer is now offering an
even tinier option: a size 000, which is the equivalent of a XXXS.
A Florida school board member is aiming to change a dress code — except it\’s not for students.
Another athletic gear purveyor is planting its flag in
Georgetown: Under Armour Brand House will open in the former
Nathans space at Wisconsin and M street NW.
The Ann Taylor store in Old Town Alexandria will close early
next year, making way for a new retail tenant in the space.
New online shopping services are looking to hook you and change the way you buy clothes.
Saggy pants and bare feet would be out under a decency bill
proposed for the boardwalk in Ocean City, Md.
Shopping is not all fun and games for everyone. Many women — and men — experience anxiety when gearing up for a trip to the mall.
Eco-fashion has permeated the fashion industry, from local ventures and popular clothing stores like H&M to the red carpet.
WTOP\’s Heather Brady spent a few hours dancing in a corset at a Victorian Ball. A few hours was more than enough.
The Take Charge Program, a nonprofit based in
Forestville, Md., has decided to help students
pull up their pants by collecting and
distributing belts at various locations in
Prince George\’s County like Northwestern High.
They are calling the initiative \”Pull \’Em Up\”
Subscription clothing services now allow a man to
eliminate the boredom of trying on outfits in a
There\’s a new way to keep cool and some might think it\’s hot.