Hey everyone, as you all are well aware this site is awesome. Now I'm looking for something that is equally as insightful, helpful, and potentially as diverse as this site, but for women. The fact is, my wife is looking for some insight into wardrobe selection, something along the lines of what has been discussed here (minimal but hugely diverse), but with a woman's touch. Any ideas of where to start? Are you aware of something that is out there like that?

Thank you for your input!

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Art of Womanliness, now ConvoCafe, started with this idea.  But it doesn't seem to be what you're looking for.

Hey Grant, there's one I know of called iVillage.com which I think is going to be the closest thing to what your looking for in terms of site content. Its got parenting, style, beauty, work, etc...another one I've heard really good things about is CafeMom.com but that ones going to be slightly more geared towards parenting and networking with other mommies as opposed to style and stuff. There's one more that I'm trying to remember and its killing me that I can't right now...if I think of it I'll let you know. Hope those help bro
Aha! Secretsocietyofwomen.com was it. Its a bit more intense because it doubles as a support group in a lot of ways but its definitely a place to connect with other women and therefore could be really helpful/good for your wife.

I find the query a little suspicious, from the manliness point of view. Trying to find a women's advise column/website is like trying to find a drop of water in the ocean, isn't it?

But then all hell has broken loose since Oprah went away... :-( and who is the male Oprah of our day?

Cheers,

apracticalwedding replaced AoW and CC for me. It's not the same format, though.

For a similar format, but dominated by women, there are the forums on theknot. Though initially about weddings, neither is exclusively about weddings.

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