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Style For Style: Put Your Vogue to Work

What's stylish, bulky, and arrives at your doorstep every month? Why, it's Vogue magazine of course. After you've carefully dissected every page of the fashion bible, there has to be a way to continue putting it to good use. While most people would simply throw their old magazines in a fashion coffin, we Fab ladies know better than to neglect our chic confidant. That's why we've found three ways to put your fashion mags to use long after they've been read and reread.

To find out how to put your Vogues to work,

  • Use your mag to elevate your computer screen in the office like I've done. It helps my posture, plus, it makes my work environment look ultra-Fab.
  • Use your fashion mag as a pseudo iron. Lay your clothing item (i.e. this adorable Marc by Marc Jacobs Essex Faille Dress, $548) on the bed and use your heaviest mag — September and March issues, respectively — to smooth out the wrinkles. You can also leave on the wrinkled area for a few hours for extra smoothing power.
  • Recycle by using magazine pages as stylish gift wrap (speaking of, stay tuned for our Fab Gift Guide). Cut out the pages you love, tape them together, and wrap away.
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