Teaching your daughters to dress with class
Tamara El-Rahi | May 29 2015 | comment  
Canadian group TREnDS know what they’re doing.

Black Friday makes for a black hole
Mary Sheehan Warren | Nov 29 2012 | comment  
After a weekend like this last one, where does one even begin?

Should 40-something moms dress like their daughters?
Mariette Ulrich | Jul 28 2011 | comment  
Now that my girls (and I) are getting older, I actually appreciate their advice. But dress like them? No thank you.

Why do girls dress like that?
Carolyn Moynihan | Mar 22 2011 | comment  
Like what? Like prostitutes, says American mother and writer Jennifer Moses in a frank article in the Wall Street Journal. Why? "Because we let them."

US marine gives fashion advice to Aussie women
Carolyn Moynihan | Jan 8 2010 | comment  
The life of man (and woman) in the state of nature, according to English political philosopher Thomas Hobbes is, among other things, “nasty, brutish and short” -- and that pretty well sums up the way women dress in Australia’s Northern Territory, if the opinion of a visiting American Marine Captain is anything to go by.

Rag trade withdraws sexy baby clothes
Carolyn Moynihan | Aug 27 2009 | comment  
It is almost beyond belief what some companies will try to get awaywith in the line of exploiting children. Australian clothing groupCotton On has withdrawn baby clothes with slogans which include “I'm atits man", "The condom broke", and “I'm living proof my mum is easy"after they caused an uproar in Australia and New Zealand.
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