Category Archives: Style

Daphne Blunt from Fanlala.com and Disney’s “I Didn’t Do It” Reveals Her Top 5 NOW Fashion Trends

Daphne Blunt from Fanlala.com and Disney’s “I Didn’t Do It” Reveals Her Top 5 NOW Fashion Trends

Daphne Blunt is a teen actress, host, singer, and blogger who also just happens to have a bit of an obsession with all things fashion.  You might have spotted her interviewing celebrities such as The Vamps for Fanlala.com, or heard her on Radio Disney’s “My Dream” where she played Kayla — or perhaps you saw her recently… Continue Reading

Stop Losing Your Keys with Finders Key Purse

Stop Losing Your Keys with Finders Key Purse

We received a sample of a pretty clever little device that provoked a “why didn’t anyone think of this before” response. Introducing the Finders Key Purse (sounds like “finder’s keepers,” get it?) invented by former airline attendant Sandy Stein of West Hills, CA with some heavenly inspiration The device simply consists of a curved piece of… Continue Reading

Customizable Prom Dresses Make Individuality Easy and Affordable This Party Season

Customizable Prom Dresses Make Individuality Easy and Affordable This Party Season

With Prom season in full swing, many girls are looking beyond the off-the-rack look and seeking something completely individualized — without spending hundreds of dollars, of course. Online fashion retailer eShakti.com is providing a solution with its unique customization features, allowing teens to get a customized dress to their exact measurements, regardless of their size. This is… Continue Reading

New Clothing Brand “Girls Will Be” Aims to Break the “Girly” Mold

New Clothing Brand “Girls Will Be” Aims to Break the “Girly” Mold

Launching a business is hard enough. Launching a business which challenges long-ingrained gender fashion archetypes is even harder. Girls Will Be is a clothing brand that aims to do just that, by producing clothing that avoids the stereotypical pink-and-glitter so common in girls’ clothing, while still remaining uniquely feminine. We asked one of the founders, Sharon… Continue Reading