We're women, which means feeling every emotion at the same time. Sure, it'd be nice to be all male and just let out a grunt that fully expresses how we feel, but it's not our thang. We'd rather make bold, stylish statements, like wearing a graphic tee that knows exactly what to say:Read Full Story
We spend so much of the holidays decorating our homes and perfecting the art of gift wrapping that it can be easy to forget to adorn ourselves. This year, add a festive sparkle to your holiday party outfit with a simple, inexpensive necklace made of a mini ornament and a piece of tinsel!Read Full Story
Being beautiful often feels like an obligation as a woman. We are allowed to have a variety of talents in nearly every other realm — some of us are singers, others are dancers, others can run fast, and some can climb mountains. In nearly no other part of our lives are all of us expected to conform to one ideal. Except in beauty. All women are supposed to be "beautiful." No exceptions.Read Full Story
Ready to kick up your heels and get the party started? There's really no better option than a dazzling pair of glitter heels. With these megawatt pairs, you'll be the life of the party and the apple of every guy's eye.Read Full Story
It's a basic fact of life that a little glitter makes everything better, and we've always believed every lady deserves a little bit of sparkle every now and then. Our absolute fave reason to treat ourselves? No reason at all. This season we'll be indulging in these glitter goodies for no reason other than the fact that we can.Read Full Story
Most ladies look for any excuse to shop for a dazzling glittery dress, and the holiday season sure offers enough of them. But every so often, we come across a lady who doesn't worship at the altar of glitter. If a more subdued approach to holiday glamour is more your speed, these festive frocks fit the bill without skimping on pizzazz.Read Full Story
I don't care if you consider yourself an edgy dresser who lives and breathes i-D magazine and wears septum nose rings with fake mustaches and a bowl haircut. I don't care if you're Rihanna. There isn't one day out of 365, Halloween included, when you aren't going to get a gazillion well-deserved nasty looks for rocking swastika jewelry. Well, for some reason, famously milquetoast Sears decided to get all "punk" and sell a chunky black swastika silver ring on its website. And it quickly regretted that decision.Read Full Story
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