• Sister Slammed for Making Woman Dress Up for ‘Formal Dinner’ at Dive Bar
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    Sister Slammed for Making Woman Dress Up for ‘Formal Dinner’ at Dive Bar

    A woman is being slammed online for telling her sister to dress up for a fancy night out—only for the “upscale restaurant” to be a dive bar, where everyone else is dressed in jeans and tees. Writing for the popular Reddit r/AmITheA**hole forum, u/beepboopshaboop earned over 7,000 upvotes and 400 comments for her post, “[Am I the A**hole] for requesting a dress code from my sister after she embarrassed me at a public family dinner?” The original poster (OP) says she normally dresses casually—often jeans and a sweater—but isn’t a slob, just “a normal human being.” She says she wore her standard outfit to a dinner at her sister’s, and…

  • 6 Fashion Trends From 2002 Making A Comeback
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    6 Fashion Trends From 2002 Making A Comeback

    Ah, 2002: the year you watched Legally Blonde on repeat and prayed to the church of the Sex and the City wardrobe department. Spice Girls dominated your stereo — when you weren’t dancing to Britney Spears after school, that is. You counted Paris Hilton as one of your style icons and, the more accessories you piled on, the less actual clothing you wore. Slip dresses, cardigans as tops — the less-is-more list goes on. Fast-forward two decades to today: Although plenty has changed, a lot has stayed suspiciously the same. And Just Like That was just renewed for another season, everyone is cheering for Britney Spears, and trends like low-rise…