15 Sleeveless Knit Tops You Should Wear Right Now

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Thanks to a soft and casual wearability, knitwear has been a key wardrobe component throughout the past year. We absolutely could not get enough of it, and covered our bodies in knitted dresses, skirts, pants, and sweater sets. But if fall gave us prepster and chunky sweater vests, this season delivers lighter and sleeker sleeveless knit tops, which are ideal for layering. Spring’s not-too-hot, not-too-cold temperatures have finally arrived, and it’s the opportune moment to give one of these shells a try—whether worn alone, over a basic tee, or layered under a light

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Woman conceives baby while pregnant

On Roberts’s medical chart, her obstetrician wrote: singleton.

“I remember walking away from the very first scan so happy,” said Roberts, 39, who lives in Wiltshire, England.

But her excitement abruptly shifted to shock five weeks later at the 12-week ultrasound appointment, when the sonographer spotted something astonishing: It appeared as though Roberts was suddenly carrying two babies — one of which was considerably less-developed than the other. The room fell silent.

“I thought something awful had happened,” Roberts said. “The sonographer looked at me and was like, ‘do you know you’re expecting twins?’ ”

But

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Snap Buys Screenshop To Propel Clothes Shopping

With the rise in popularity of connected commerce and social shopping, Snap is moving into the space with the acquisition of Screenshop, once called the Shazam of fashion, according to media reports on Wednesday (April 7).

A new feature in the Snapchat app will enable users to upload a screenshot of outfits they like and get in-app recommendations for similar purchases. Screenshop by Craze was launched in 2017 in New York by Mark Fishman and was once backed by Kim Kardashian West.

It’s anticipated that Snap will make news of the acquisition official at

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Grandmillennial style: Shop the new decor trend

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While the interior design world continues to be dominated by the farmhouse home decor trend mixing stark white, minimalist interiors with black and natural wood accents, another smaller trend has recently emerged, and to say it’s the polar opposite is an understatement. Meet grandmillennial style, aka “granny chic.” Boasting more than 43,000 posts under the #grandmillennialdecor on Instagram, the trend has amassed a vigorously devoted fan club. More proof: The search phrase “grandmillennial decor” is up 13 times since this time last year on Pinterest.

Marrying patterns and colors, textures and materials — and yes, even

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This Cheap Set Of Dangle Earrings Is All You Need For Your Summer Accessories

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It’s time to start getting your summer outfits together, which means buying a few new accessories to really step up your fashion game. This summer is our summer, and we’re going for big earrings and chunky jewelry. But, if you’re on a budget (and, like, who isn’t?), buying a bunch of new earrings sounds impossible… don’t fret! You can get 9 pairs of *super* cute earrings for only $19.99.

FIFATA Acrylic Earrings for Women Girls Drop Dangle Leaf Earrings (9 Pair) ($19.99)

This

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RFA grad collaborates on Puma fashion project

ONEONTA — Emily Hallenbeck, of Rome, is among 26 fashion industry students who are partaking in a semester-long, experiential learning project with sportswear leader Puma, according to an announcement by the State University of New York at Oneonta.

SUNY Oneonta alum Scott Saltzman, Puma’s national sales manager, has shared a real brief the company is using for its fall 2021 product release to jumpstart the student project, which includes Hallenbeck, a June 2018 graduate of Rome Free Academy.

The students have been immersed in a simulation of a real-life fashion industry scenario, SUNY Oneonta said, adding the students are brainstorming

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