Posts tagged "throwback"
Inspired by a John Hughes movie marathon on TV this weekend, I decided to put a little throwback twist on this Sunday’s Weekend Warrior. Throw on a fierce white leather fringe jacket and get your iconic dance scene on, we’re going back… not to the future, but the past. Movies Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Not...
After watching Iggy Azalea’s Clueless inspired video, Fancy (literally this video is everything), I’ve realized two things; 1) Iggy Azalea is my woman crush forever. 2) 90′s fashion has made an epic comeback. The 90′s fashion infiltration has charged into 2014 in a big way, from Clueless inspired plaid outfits to Kelly Kapowski looks a la...
Despite her drug battles of recent years, Houston always portrayed herself as a lady of elegance with a keen fashion sense, and what we love, is fashion.
The parties, the lights, the models, the binges, the fabrics....Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week and Vegas tradeshows are here: "Girls On Film" by the forever fashionable Duran Duran comes to mind.
We've got a Madonna track on deck for Throwback Thursday: "Dress You Up"... because isn't that what we're here to do?
Because most stores love playing generic Christmas music that sucks, I couldn’t follow that trend today. Beat Street Santa’s Christmas Rap wins for the greatest Christmas lyrics of all time, brought to you by Treacherous Three, Doug E. Fresh, and the Magnificent Force
Inspired by all of the lovely handbags that landed on Karmaloop this week, Erykah Badu's Bag Lady was more than appropriate for today's Throwback Thursday.
Sly & The Family Stone are the epitome of the phrase "jive turkey". Is that enough of a correlation for why I thought this Soul Train classic was appropriate for this week's Turkey edition of Throwback Thursday?
It's my birthday tomorrow, and like my girl Courtney Love says in Doll Parts, "I want to be the girl with the most cake".
With so many chart topping hits, it was hard for me to choose just one but I decided to pay homage to the late great Heavy D for this week's Throwback Thursday.
A song with permanent relevance, Boots Are Made For Walking by Nancy Sinatra is what I call a "cold weather-colder heart anthem".
A rebellious generation dominated the world during the “Grunge Era”. In my opinion, we were in our prime. We were like a militia draped in loose fit flannels, torn denim, plaid skirts paired with unlaced Dr. Martens, and destroyed band tees. Our clothes were made with care but we found a way to wear them...