Elizabeth Wellington is the fashion columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer. She covers celebrity style, pop-culture and the burgeoning local designer scene.

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The beach hats, sunglasses, slides, and bags you need to accessorize your summer outfits | Elizabeth Wellington

Having a fabulous swimsuit isn't enough: Here are the best beach and pool fashion accessories for summer.

These swimsuits will give life to your Jersey Shore look | Elizabeth Wellington

Are you still sporting the same tankini you wore to the beach in the '90s? Time for a swimsuit update. Our guide to the best looks this summer.

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Evryday Jane is designed for the everyday woman with beyond-everyday dreams | Elizabeth Wellington

She used to pitch for Serena Williams' clothing line. Now she has her own.

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America’s beauty queens are all black. So why do we still need natural hair laws? | Elizabeth Wellington

Miss America, Miss USA and Miss Teen USA are all black women. But are #BlackGirlsWinning in the beauty realm when laws are being placed on the books that forbid natural hair styles in work places?

This real estate duo is bringing millennials and modern floor plans to the Main Line

Like young families in the generations before them who exited Philadelphia for the suburbs, millennials carve space and better school districts. But they also want coffee, yoga, and Whole Foods within walking distance.

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Dear Cardi B, Thank you for showing off your untoned tummy at the Billboard Music Awards | Elizabeth Wellington

Her tummy was not toned at the Billboard Music Awards and I am here for it.

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This new pop-up market in Fairmount could be the future of retail

Private School is a new pop-up market that brings cool kid designers together with their customers.

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John Singleton created love stories for the hip-hop generation | Elizabeth Wellington

I will remember Singleton, 51, who died Monday from complications of a massive stroke, for creating movies that spoke to my experiences as a young, gifted and black woman with hopes, dreams, and wide-eyed promises of true love.

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The ‘90s are alive and well, from Walnut Street to what’s on your feet | Elizabeth Wellington

The '90s resurgence reminds me that I'm more elder than influencer.