Happy Friday, Shoppists! First up, smart tricks and tips for shopping vintage like a pro. Because there’s no better line than, “Oh, this? It’s vintage.” [Teen Vogue]
Finally, some answers from the Hillary Clinton shoe-throwing incident! It was … a black-and-orange athletic shoe. If you’re going to throw a shoe at someone, why not go all-in and make it a stiletto? Just sayin’. [New York Daily News]
Here is Emma Stone wearing the least slutty Versace dress ever. [Go Fug Yourself]
Miley Cyrus is on the May covers of Elle and Seventeen magazines. Guess which cover photo she didn’t approve? [Fashionista]
This one simple tool can give you the best brows ever. Here’s what it is and how to use it. [The Beauty Department]
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