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LOFT Announces It Will Stop Selling Plus Sizes Due to 'Ongoing Business Challenges' 

 

LOFT is making some "difficult" business decisions — including dropping its range of extended sizes.

The brand revealed the news on Twitter in a response to one customer who wrote, "Hey @LOFT is it true you're discontinuing your plus line?"

"Unfortunately, due to ongoing business challenges, we have had to make some difficult decisions, which does impact our plus collection," LOFT confirmed on Twitter. "We sincerely apologize for any disappointment."

LOFT Announces It Will Stop Selling Plus Sizes Due to 'Ongoing Business Challenges'

Tags: Business, Clothes, Size, Termination, Women

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19-Mar-2021


THIS GENIUS LEMON JUICE HACK WILL KEEP YOUR WHITE JEANS PRISTINE ALL SUMMER LONG 

 

White jeans are inarguably the chicest part of any casual summer look. During a time of the year where khakis run rampant and flip flops finally see the light of day, they’re one of the few warm-weather items that truly elevate your look. But as much as I love them, I find it so odd that the one time of year we’re allowed to wear white jeans is also the time of year when we’re our sweatiest and come in contact with the most dirt. How the heck are you supposed to keep white jeans bright white when you’re not really supposed to even wash your jeans?

To get the job done right, we’ll have to enlist the holy trinity of laundry: distilled water, vinegar, and baking soda.

“Baking and white vinegar are natural cleansers and distilled water is super important as, unlike tap water, it has no minerals and won’t leave behind mineral residue as it dries,” says Maeve Richmond, founder of home organizational company Maeve’s Method. “The baking soda and white vinegar are working together to create a powerful natural stain remover solution.”

Well and Good

Tags: Chemicals, Clean, Clothes, Environment, Instructional, Nature, Treatment

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14-Jun-2019


Clothing Swaps Can Be a Lifeline for Queer and Trans People 

 

Last year Wiley, a trans man, organized a large clothing swap among his friends and community. Although it wasn’t exclusive to queer and trans people, most of the attendees were queer or trans. According to people who came to the swap, what happened there was magical.

Years before, when he was starting to dress in a masculine style, Wiley struggled to afford new clothing, but received a donation of masculine clothing from a trans woman. Now that he had more clothing, he was happy to pass these items on to other butch and masculine-of-center people. The clothing swap included clothing for fat people, a group that often struggles to find comfortable clothing. Books and beauty products were added to the exchange. Wiley himself even acquired a beloved Dave Matthews Band long-sleeved T-shirt. The leftover clothing was donated to worthy causes, like the Boys and Girls Club.

Racked

Tags: All Rights, Choices, Clothes, Community, Inclusion, Inspired, Program, Respect, Sex Identity, Stepping Up, Support, Unity

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17-Oct-2017


You Probably Had No Idea That These 5 Things Are Causing Your Butt Acne 

 

No part of the body is safe from breakouts — not even your butt. Butt acne, otherwise known as folliculitis, is caused by bacteria surrounding the hair follicles of your backside. Sounds delicious, I know. Face, chest, and back acne are all caused by clogged pores, but what exactly causes butt acne?

Unlike traditional acne, which comes in many shapes, sizes, and colors, butt acne is easy to identify. It usually comes in the shape of a small, red bump around the follicle or, in extreme cases, it's a juicy, pus-filled sucker not unlike those that can pop up on your cheek or forehead.

On the bright side (there had to be one, right?), butt acne isn't necessarily painful. Dermatologist Jamie MacKelfresh, MD, told Everyday Health that because these bumps form on top of the surface, they are “more likely to be itchy or irritating than painful.”

Elite Daily

Tags: Anatomy, Clean, Clothes, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Regiment, Science, Sex, Treatment

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15-Sep-2017


Target to introduce gender-neutral children's product line 

 

Retail giant Target continues to embrace gender neutrality in its stores.

In 2015, the company eliminated gender signage in its children’s toy aisles and in 2016, it announced an inclusive bathroom policy allowing transgender customers to use the bathroom which matches their gender identity.

On 17 July, Target will introduce a line of gender-neutral children’s products from Toca Boca, a Stockholm-based company.

Just in time for back-to-school shopping, the Toca Boca collection will boast a large assortment of clothing, sleepwear, bedding, backpacks, accessories and more.

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Children, Clothes, Coming Out, Environment, Inclusion, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parenting, Product, Retail, Treatment, Youth

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13-Jul-2017


Why does America have so many hungry kids? 

 

It was a tender moment Elle Dingman will remember for a long time.

Outside a small hotel in Branson, Missouri, in April, Dingman was volunteering with a local group that distributes free meals when a barefoot, barely dressed, 2-year-old boy walked up to her without hesitation.
His name was Ryder.

Dingman had never met this little boy during her rounds, but nevertheless, "he came over to me, and he grabbed my hand. He was so loving, and he wanted a hand to hold."

As the boy's father watched from the motel door, Dingman couldn't help but pull out her smartphone and take a photo, posting it later on Facebook. "I just felt really grateful that I was able to hold his hand and love on him for a while," she said.

Ryder's family represents America's 13.1 million households with children that often go without food: "food-insecure households."

CNN

Tags: All Rights, Children, Clothes, Community, Dedication, Environment, Food, Health, History, Parental Burden, Parenting, Poverty, Program, Stepping Up, Support, Treatment

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19-Jun-2017


This Guy Rocked a Romper Around NYC and Everyone Has an Opinion: WATCH 

 

The hottest fashion trend of the summer the Romper, er, RompHim, has hit the streets of New York City and – not surprisingly – it’s polarizing.

QPark hit Washington Heights, Harlem, and Times Square, but didn’t hit the gay neighborhoods of Chelsea and Hells Kitchen, though there’s little doubt some copycat clips will pop up shortly.

Towleroad

Tags: Clothes, Entertainment, Environment, Fashion, Social Media, Treatment, Video

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07-Jun-2017


Critics of Ugly Male Romper Outfit Denounced as ‘Troubling and Misogynistic’ Bigots 

 

A Kickstarter for a men’s romper, the RompHim, has raised nearly $300,000—and has prompted widespread mockery this week. But if you poke fun at the RompHim, you’re actually revealing your own masculine fragility, social justice warriors are now insisting.

Writing for Wussy, an Atlanta-based queer publication, Matt J. Jones says that “the torrent of femme bashing rhetoric that has followed [the RompHim] is troubling.” The memes satirizing the RompHim “still enforce gender roles and highlight acts of misogyny through veiled jokes,” he says.

“Yes, masculinity is fragile enough that an article of clothing, even gender neutral options, can shake people to the core. … Hopefully this bit of internet history goes silent sooner than later, and these gender hangups are just remembered as a sad weak moment of uber-masculinity gone awry,” Jones writes.

HeatStreet

Tags: Argument, Choices, Clothes, Fashion, Fear, Lifestyle, Product, Protest, Social Media

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19-May-2017


The rise of 'modest' fashion 

 

Modest dressing is a global cultural movement on the rise.

Trend analysts have dubbed what they interpret as a new wave of feminism the "pluri-empowerment" factor, says Iza Dezon, a trend forecaster at Peclers Paris.

"An empowered woman is no longer subject to a specific definition, nor must she live by a specific set of values," she explains. "We're seeing the opening up of what empowerment means, allowing women to create their own definitions."

The modest movement has been gaining steam for a few years now and the hijab has become a recognized symbol. In 2014 DKNY launched a bespoke modest fashion collection. In 2016, Dolce & Gabbana released a line of luxury hijabs and abayas.

CNN

Tags: Clothes, Fashion, Lifestyle, Politics, Product, Protest, Sexism

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09-Mar-2017


Q: Why do people wear socks?
 

A: QUICK ANSWER
Socks are worn to absorb sweat that is produced by the feet and for warmth during cold seasons. They keep the feet free of bacteria and fungi that cause diseases, such as athlete's foot, and help prevent calluses.

Ask

Tags: Clothes

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23-Feb-2016