It's that time of year again! Labor Day sales are almost in full force, which means you're about to get bombarded with an overwhelming amount of emails, commercials, and advertisements.
To make it easier on you, we've done the work of picking out the very best home, beauty, and fashion sales that are actually worth shopping, and we put them all in one place. We'll continue to update this post as more sales crop up, so don't forget to bookmark it.
Sound the alarm, because it's three-day weekend sale time — and as always, we're curating the discounts worth a peek over the holiday. After months of trying to get away with wearing a swimsuit 'round the clock, swearing by our summer essentials, and battling what to wear when it's just too hot to wear anything, we're ready for a change. With Labor Day just around the corner, stores are prepping to pawn off their leftover summer stock with some major clearances — and if you're over shorts and crop tops, a few are even offering promo codes to let you be the first to grab their fall arrivals.
Times, they are a-changing, and we couldn't be more thrilled. In the past, plus-size women have had to settle for whatever oversized, floral, and frankly not-so-cute bathing suit they could find, but it’s 20167 and swim designs for the size 14-plus set are finally on-trend.
Lingerie shopping doesn't have to be a hellish experience, with high school girls pushing push-up bras at the mall or lifer department store saleswomen with measuring tapes and dated taste. No, not when we have the internet, which is full of ways to find your perfect fit, both physically and stylistically.
I've struggled to find a swimsuit that properly fits my 34I bust for as long as I can remember. I don't think I've ever worn one that didn’t have my breasts spilling over the top or popping out of the side. I accepted long ago that the only suits that lift and separate my breasts are something my mother might also pick up (no offense, mom). At 28 years old, I’d rather have some boob spillage than wear something that makes me feel matronly—or downright frumpy.
Surprise! DD and DDD ladies (and up!) want comfortable and supportive bralettes, too.
And, it appears lingerie designers have finally heard their complaints because today it’s easier than ever to find supportive and inexpensive bralettes for big boobs, a challenge that’s historically turned up empty.
It’s that time in summer when you either feel like the season is already over or are desperate to hold on to what’s left of it. (Actual conversation I overheard my coworkers having this morning: “I’m already making plans for September... I still consider September summer though.” “What? No. Summer is over on July 4th.”)
Flaunt your curves in gorgeous bikinis this summer! Just because you have fuller figure, don't feel that you have to get stuck in a one-piece suit rut. There are plenty of two-pieces options that showcase what you love and camouflage what you may not be comfortable putting on full display.
Kourtney Kardashian, 38, Olivia Culpo, 25, and Reese Witherspoon, 41, were dressed to impress this week and took to social media to share it with their millions of followers.
From selfies to full-length snaps, the stars gave us a glimpse at their latest fashion finds and we can't help but be #obsessed.
Adore Me is tapping artificial intelligence to win over lingerie shoppers online.
The four-year-old brand is part of a recent e-commerce boom in the bras and underwear space, which has seen the rise of modern, digital players set on eating into Victoria’s Secret’s market share. As Adore Me took on the likes of other online-born lingerie companies like True & Co., Negative Underwear and ThirdLove, it was using the “spray and pray” method of messaging customers through email marketing.
Stop sucking it in! If you cut some corners on ab routines this spring, you can still look sizzling at the beach this summer. It all boils down to finding the right swimwear, and there are tons of options that don't put your stomach on full display.