Tech companies like Intel or Google believe they need designers to help them make wearables that will appeal to women. Maybe they do, but not if the tech suffers as a result.

It’s good that Intel tried to research the tech needs of women, even if they don’t sound that different from the tech needs of men. But they prioritized fashion over utility.

Read more at The New York Times.

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We love cutout shoes of all kinds, but when we find a cutout pump at a lower heel height, we can't resist. With a three-inch heel, the Coach VANDA pump in black leather is high enough to avoid looking frumpy, but low enough that we can walk at the office, or on a New York City concrete sidewalk, without fear of twisting our ankles or breaking our necks. It's cool, but still sophisticated. Available at

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In addition to our new blog, we also have an online store where you can buy Loverly brand items! The Shop features casual clothing, intimate apparel, accessories and gifts. You can choose your favorite colors and various stylings of the Loverly logo. We're going to be adding new inventory soon, so have a look around, and we'll let know when new items become available!

Loverly donates 5% of all store profits to support the fight against breast cancer.

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