- Bustle shared how in The Incredibles 2, Elastigirl is intended to represent all working moms who are stretched in multiple directions. (Bao, the Pixar short that plays before the movie, is also a tribute to moms.)
- Green Matters offered advice on building a capsule wardrobe, featuring Susie Faux, who is credited with first sharing the idea to save busy women time and money.
- Fashionista reported that ThirdLove is expanding its bra options to encompass bands up to a size 48, and cups from AA to H.
- As/Is (Buzzfeed’s beauty channel) offered 21 of the best foundations with sunscreen.
- Forbes interviewed Gemma Hartley, who wrote Women Aren’t Nags — We’re Just Fed Up, about the emotional labor women carry, and what can be done to fix it.
- Working Mother reported on two new studies that explain the toxic side effects of being afraid to use flex time.
- The Strategist offered some “only-kind-of-ugly” items to babyproof your home.
- NPR suggested how to talk to your family about race.
- NPR also shared how to get your kids to eat (almost) anything.
- An essayist for The Atlantic explained how toxic masculinity starts in boyhood — and wondered if it will ever change.
- For your Laugh of the Week: Romper shared Chelsea Peretti’s oddly spot-on tweet that “Having a child is like living w an 18th century apothecary.”
Also, do be sure to check out the news update over at Corporette!
On Corporette Recently…
- We discussed etiquette tips for the office gym and the gym near the office.
- We offered work fashion tips for petite women.
- We took a look back at previous posts on Corporette.
- We shared a Deal Alert: Jimmy Choo on Sale! Even though some of the items we shared on Monday have since sold out, a few sale items are still available in lucky sizes as of this morning.
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