Back-to-school shopping items you’ll actually need this year


Throw out your back-to-school shopping list from last year: You won’t need it.

Whether your kids are going back to in-person classes, staying home full-time or doing some kind of hybrid, they won’t be able to get through the new school year with just their usual supply of pencils and paper. Remote learning and staying safe from COVID-19 will require a different kind of back-to-school shopping.

Although parents are shelling out more for work-from-home supplies such as laptops and pricey technology, they’re pulling back the purse strings on new clothes, reports the AP. Ditch the new sweaters and shoes for

10 things Meghan Markle loves to shop at the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale 2020


— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission.

Meghan Markle is famous for her timeless, sophisticated style, from crisp white button-downs to quilted jackets to luxury denim. And if you think you have to spend thousands to snag a few pieces from the Duchess’ closet? Think again—because some of Meghan’s favorite brands are sold at Nordstrom.

Even better, a few of said brands are deeply discounted right now as part of the big Nordstrom Anniversary Sale 2020. Below are 10 of Meghan Markle’s must-haves that are

Chrome Hearts Files Lawsuit Against Fashion Nova Over Horseshoe Trademarks


Los Angeles-based fashion brand Chrome Hearts has filed a lawsuit against Fashion Nova for allegedly copying its horseshoe-influenced designs. The brand has alleged that the online retailer is selling clothing that features designs remarkably close to their own, and it did so knowingly.

In the court documents, which were filed on Thursday (Aug. 6), Chrome Hearts writes that it “has sold over a billion dollars” worth of clothing, all bearing one or more of [its] trademarks, and those same horsehoe designs “have achieved widespread acceptance and recognition amongst the consuming public” across the world. Chrome Hearts has alleged that Fashion

North Hunterdon Thrift Shop has reopened


The North Hunterdon Thrift Shop, a non-profit shop at 51 Route 635 (Charlestown Road) in Hampton, which has been closed for five months because of the COVID-19 pandemic, is now open and accepting donations of clean, good quality clothing and home goods in a contact-free, curbside process.

Shop hours are 8:30 a.m. to noon Mondays and Wednesday, 3-6 p.m. Wednesdays and 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.

The shop is following numerous safety and sanitizing protocols, and customers must wear face masks, maintain six feet of social distancing, get temperature scans, answer screening questions, and use hand sanitizer on