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Ladies We Love

The GB Chronicles

We’ve shown you how much you can save when you switch from buying to borrowing your clothes and even given you some tips on what to indulge in instead. But what can you really get with just one month of using Gwynnie Bee? We put three members to the test in the month of April. See how many looks Erin (a power user), Sandra (a casual user), and Ashley (a new user) got to rock with just one month of the service… and how they wore them, of course! read more

Stacy London is Effortlessly Cool… and It Runs In the Family

Seated at Smith Canteen, a petite, rustic coffee shop in Brooklyn, Stacy and Nancy London joined us for a chat on all things style, fashion, and sisterhood. There’s something about sisters and style that is just universal. Whether your sister is one you shared a closet with or fought over clothes with, anyone can relate to this gorgeous pair talking about the fashion choices they made growing up, dealing with sibling envy, and evolving personal tastes. Stacy also shares evergreen style secrets and explains how rental is the future of fashion. read more

Trending Now: Power Reds

We’re sitting somewhere between winter and spring – itching for spring weather, but winter isn’t quite ready to give up. Our style savvy members have found the cure to the winter blues… with power reds! This bright pop of color injects some life into the season, and is trending all over our #ShareMeGB feed. Read on to see how our members are making red the color of the moment.  read more

Fashion & Activism

We are wrapping up our series of interviews with our talented and gorgeous cast of the #GBSisterhood Video, ending with Paloma. Paloma is a model and body activist, whose style is easy, effortless, and very cool. You might recognize her from her recent collaboration with Nike, or modeling Glossier’s Body Hero on billboards and online. Read on to hear what she thinks the body positivity movement is missing, and what piece of clothing will always feel magical to her. read more

Empowerment & Attitude

Our interview series with the incredible cast of the #GBSisterhood video continues today with Diane. You might recognize Diane from Cycle 5 of America’s Next Top Model, but in addition to still modeling, Diane is also a single mother, and works as a criminal investigator. She’s bold, professional, and passionate… and loves J. Lo. Read on to learn about how size inclusivity connects with a model who has ranged in sizes over her career, and about how her outfit affects her mood. read more

Kinship & Magic

Today, we continue our interviews with the cast of our #GBSisterhood video to talk about sisterhood, inclusivity, and, of course, style. This interview is with Molly, a new mom, comedian, and actress. From improvising at the UCB Theater, to nationwide commercials, and countless comedy videos (you might recognize her from the viral sensation: Everyone’s Upstairs Neighbors), Molly is all heart, and hilarious to boot. Read on to hear what outfit retains a bit of magic for her and what ’90s show star she wants to shop with. read more

Sisterhood & Positivity

We’re continuing our celebration of our size inclusivity launch with interviews from the cast of our #GBSisterhood video. Today, we’re bringing you an interview with Hadassah, a young budding model, who loves uplifting other women… and a colorful cheetah print. Read on to learn about what connection to other women is key to her success and which celebrity she’s itching to shop with. read more

Style & Community

Welcome to the #GBSisterhood! We’re celebrating the expansion of our service to include all sizes for all women, with the campaign you’ve been seeing all around our social media and blog. Putting this together has been a great joy for our team – including the incredible women we cast in the kick off video. The women cast are genuine, smart, interesting, diverse, beautiful people, and started a great dialogue with us on set around the concept of sisterhood, inclusivity, and, of course, personal style. Today, we’re bringing you an interview with Amanda, an “over 30 and chic” fashion and beauty features editor, with a minimalist sense of style, and a low tolerance for artificial barriers. read more

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