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11 Jan

Jackie Kennedy’s Iconic Sandals Get A Colorful Revamp

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Jackie Kennedy's style may be synonymous with elegant eveningwear and that infamous pink suit, but the former First Lady also had an undeniable knack for vacation attire.
From summers in Hyannis Port to coasting Capri, Jackie had a way of making even the most laidback and effortless of looks glamorous. During one of her trips to Capri, she fell in love with a pair of flat leather sandals that not only became a staple for her vacation style, but also birthed a new brand when she returned to the U.S.: Jack Rogers.

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Jack sandals, $118, SHOP She loved the sandal so much that upon her return to the states, she brought them to a cobbler in Palm Beach, Florida to create additional...
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9 Aug

Why *Can’t* You Wear White After Labor Day?

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Now that your Marysia scallop bikini has been packed away, you can turn your attention to more seasonally appropriate things: spooky vibes and this whole "no white after Labor Day" business.
To save you from opening a 74th tab to Google the reason why this age-old fashion rule exists, we opened a 182nd tab in our second window and found it for you. Prepare yourselves—the story behind this arbitrary dress code is kind of lame.

Candice Lake, sticking it to those 19th-century mean girls
Candice Lake, sticking it to those 19th-century mean girls
In the late 19th century—long before you could wear jeans to a Michelin-starred restaurant and not be greeted with the maître d's scornful-est scorn—the society ladies were engaged in an invisible battle with the nouveau riche, one that could only be won by the subtle manipulation of fashion. So they...
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