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Want to look good but can't stomach designer prices? We tell you 10 ways to get the latest fashions at the best prices.
A dozen wardrobe staples will carry you through every season, and we've scouted out examples to complete this super wardrobe at low cost.
Thanks to 3-D scanning, consumers shopping online could more easily buy clothes that fit well and reduce all those returns to retailers.
L.L. Bean will soon be making its iconic boots around the clock to try to meet demand this holiday season.
Plus-size women's jeans at Old Navy cost up to $15 more per pair than smaller sizes. But that's not the case for men's jeans. And here's the reason why.
You can enjoy America's great outdoors with apparel, hiking equipment, tents and sleeping bags made in the U.S.
The booty business is getting a big bump. Companies are cashing in on growing demand from women seeking figures more like their favorite curvaceous stars.
Babies R Us is drawing fire from some mothers after picking up a new line of Kardashian kids clothing that critics say sexualizes children.
Human beings are hardwired to recognize human faces in objects -- and it was just that innate ability that led one entrepreneur to start his own business.
When your body changes shape, you don't have to spend big to replace everything in your closet: Just bring your favorite shirts, pants and other garments to the tailor shop.
Forget the media image of the unmarried man's wild life: A survey of American bachelors' financial details reveals the truth of what single guy life really looks like.
If you want your infant to be truly fashion forward, J.Crew is here to help with its new line of baby clothes. But will moms really dress babies in expensive cashmere?
A branding agency stripped several black T-shirts of their logos to see if people could discern the cheap from the pricey. The results say a lot about the power of branding.
You can rent cars and tools, but why not clothes? A new rental service lets you look like a million for pennies on the dollar.