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  • Blake Lively and Rachel Bilson just wore $40 jeans

    08/02/17 ,via Fox News

    There's something so refreshing about seeing a celebrity wearing clothes that a normal person can actually afford. It gives us that “hey, celebrities are just like us” feeling, even if it's not exactly true. Which is why we were thrilled to see not one

  • Queen Letizia Wore Impressively High Heels for Visit to Westminster Abbey

    07/13/17 ,via Footwear News

    Although the day seemed to require a lot of walking, Letizia didn't shy away from wearing super-high heels. She paired her floral Carolina Herrera skirt with a navy blue shirt by Felipe Varela and navy blue strappy patent sandals by one of her favored

  • Kate Middleton Has Ditched Her Beloved Wedges For a Sleek New Summer Shoe

    07/18/17 ,via Vogue.com

    She accessorized with simple, beige strappy sandals with a chunky heel, a markedly different style from the wedge shoe she has favored for summer dressing in the past. The Duchess has been subtly evolving her look in the last few months overall, and

  • 11 Times Kendall Jenner Freed the Nipple

    08/01/17 ,via Allure Magazine

    Kendall's got to be free. Even the most casual Kendall Jenner observer knows that this woman is no huge fan of the bra. Sure, she wears one — sometimes outside of her clothes — but she often takes the opportunity to skip it and, nope, it makes no

  • Blake Lively Wore $40 Old Navy Jeans and Looked Fire

    08/01/17 ,via Cosmopolitan.com

    As if loving Blake Lively couldn't be any easier, over the weekend the actress proved that you don't have to shell out a ton of cash to look stylish. Lively stepped out for a stroll in Long Island, New York wearing a white button-down blouse, trendy


  • Prehistoric Sandals from Northeastern Arizona

    University of Arizona Press. 1998. ISBN: 0816518017,9780816518012. 150 pages.

    During the late 1920s and early 1930s, archaeologists Earl and Ann Axtell Morris discovered an abundance of sandals from the Basketmaker II and III through Pueblo III periods while excavating rockshelters in northeastern Arizona. These densely twined sandals made of yucca yarn were intricately crafted and elaborately decorated, and Earl Morris spent the next 25 years overseeing their analysis, description, and illustration. This is the first full published report on this unusual find, which...

  • High Heels are Murder

    Penguin. 2006. ISBN: 9781101589205,1101589205. 288 pages.

    From the Agatha Award-Winning Author of Dying In Style Every job has its pluses and minuses. Josie Marcus gets to shoe-shop-but she also must deal with men like Mel Poulaine, who's too interested in handling women's feet. Soon Josie's been hired by Mel's boss to mystery-shop the store, but one step leads to another and Josie finds herself in St. Louis's seedy underbelly. Caught up in a web of crime, Josie hopes against hope that she won't end up murdered in Manolos.

  • Shoes

    Workman Publishing. 1996. ISBN: 0761101144,9780761101147. 507 pages.

    A salute to women's footwear features more than 1,000 photographs, profiles of famous shoemakers, and interesting facts and trivia culled from the history of shoes

  • Minus Some Buttons

    Samuel French, Inc.. 1991. ISBN: 0573692785,9780573692789. 94 pages.
  • Children and the Politics of Sexuality

    Springer. 2016. ISBN: 9781137033413,113703341X. 231 pages.

    This book discusses already established accounts about the sexualization of children through a theoretical and an empirical framework which bring together popular culture, consumption, sexuality, selfhood and childhood. Adopting the view that the debate about the sexualization of childhood is socially constructed, it pushes beyond the dominant preconceptions about ‘the risks of childhood’. Moral judgements about children’s welfare are perhaps nowhere more transient and controversial than when...

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