In the Congo there exists a society of extraordinary men who embrace beauty and civility. The are the Sapeurs.
Pantone has announced its 2014 color of the year, Radiant Orchid the expressive and exotic color that blooms with confidence and warmth.
Have a pear shaped body? In a conundrum about what to wear? Have no fear, these easy to follow suggestions will have you looking your and feeling your best.
Ducks make wonderful pets and friends. This is the story of one such friendship.
Dotted swiss is a timeless, feminine and youthful fabric that lends itself to a variety of uses.
What is gingham? Where did it get it's name? And why does this simple fabric endure changing times and tastes?
Not ready to go full-on steampunk? Try these tips for adding a little steampunk to your wardrobe for a signature look.
Get ready to go green in 2013 with Pantone's color of the year, Emerald Green.
Grieving mother shares personal grief experiences and offers hope and healing.
The Bohemian Trend is here to stay. Ruler figures are practically born to rock Bohemian styles, but all women can look great in the right pieces.
Fall 2012 fashion trends offers variety of color, texture and style to suit every body, style and personality.
I am suspicious of certain foods and I am pretty sure there is no such thing as acai berries.
The true story of Olive Oatman, captive white girl in the Old West.
Part III of a 3-part series on Freaks,Human Oddities, SidesShows and Freak Shows, this article looks at the modern day freaks show and they people who make their lives there.
Part II of the the hub Freaks, Human Oddities, Freak Shows and Side Shows examines the darker side of freak shows.
A look at some of the famous human oddities of the Golden Age of Freak Shows; part one of a three part series examining the phenomen of exhibiting human oddities from 1830-today.
Grief turns the grieving into liars. The truth is just too difficult for everyone.
Are you narrow through the hips and have no defined waist? You are probably an inverted triangle. Try these 10 tips to look fabulous everyday.
Don't fall victim to society and the medias preaching that only thin is in. Be proud of who you are.
Houndstooth is classic print that is back in style. Give your wardrobe or decor some bite with this iconic print.
How many rescued lap dogs and tattoos does it take the heal the void left by losing ones child? One woman's journey to heal from the loss of her son.
A recount of being informed my child had committed suicide and the day that followed.
Curvy? Been told you can't wear certain things like white, florals, pencil skirts? Poppycock! Throw out the rule book and have fun with fashion.
Polka Dots are fashionable again. Work them in to your wardrobe.
Why do we call Polka Dots, Polka Dots. Take a trip through time to learn the fascinating history and meaning of the humble polka dot.
Robert Mapplethorpe was more than a controversial photographer. His work had inspired and influenced generations of photographers.
Every retro loving gal needs a playsuit! Look cool and fashionable all summer long.
Can't find a bathing suit? Try Vintage for a sexy modern look.
Chronotherapy is a way of resetting you internal clock and can helps some sufferers of Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder.
One woman's tale of how a love for animals brought a new cast of furry characters into her life.
Mary Lillian Ellison transforms from a girl from Tookiedoo, SC to the first Goddess of Wrestling.
Any woman can be a bombshell. All she needs is the right attitude, heels and shade of red lipstick.
You can sew! Try these easy patterns for beginning sewers.
When did being mean become not only acceptable but applauded? Is being nasty the new American way?
Are you true night owl? You could have Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder.
Don't let the lack of book clubs in your area hold you back. Start your own!
Discover the once famous (now forgotten) black fashion designer from the 1940s and 1950s, L'Tanya Griffin.
The Red Hat Society is fine for some women, but not Bea and Tess. They are starting the Red HOT Society!
Sewing is growing in popularity and new products make it easier than ever.
Vintage Butterick Pattern 6015 was the most popular pattern in Butterick history. You can make this easy breezy dress no matter what your skill level!
Having tattoos, piercings or other body modifications doesn't give people license to judge you.
Women face enough challenges and assaults on their self-esteem. Women need to stop tearing each other down.
How have sizes changed over the years? Find out why a 14 in Marilyn Monroe's day is an 8 today.
Short? Curvy? You can rock these flattering trends!
Camping wasn't a fun family vacation. It had become the author's home during the recession of the early 70s.
Stop worrying so much about what other people think, what the fashion police say, and wear what makes you happy!