If you’re not familiar with the terms sartorial contraceptive, birth control glasses and lady boner, then you’re obviously pitifully unaware of fashion’s latest verb going viral, man-repelling, a phrase birthed by The Man Repeller herself, Leandra Medine. After stumbling upon her blog, becoming a reader, then realizing I had subsequently referred to it countless times in my own conversations about fashion, I knew it was high time I spoke to the girl behind the glasses. This is what she had to share about being Miss Man Repeller.
Read the full article on The Huffington Post here
And here are a few more exclusive insights from Medine…
MB: Top three man-repelling pieces in your closet?
LM: Adrienne Landau Mongolian fur vest, velvet Dolce & Gabbana bowtie and lime green high-waisted harem trousers.
MB: Favorite magazines and blogs?
MB: Top trends for spring/summer?
LM: Red and fuchsia blocking, midi dresses and skirts, detachable collars and platforms.
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