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    Marie Claire

    3.9 out of 5 stars 93 customer reviews

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    Product Description

    Marie Claire offers solutions for the woman whose time constraints demand one resource to respond to diverse aspects of her life. From global and cultural issues to fashion and beauty coverage, Marie Claire is for the woman of substance with an eye for style.

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    • Format: Magazine
    • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
    • Publisher: Hearst Magazines
    • ASIN: B000LXS9Q8
    • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
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    I have been a MC subscriber for many years and have enjoyed staying up to date with fashion and popular styles. Unfortunately the magazine has become a lot like the shallow ones that are at newsstands (or maybe I'm more mature). It used to have very good articles that had a lot to do with empowering women and showcasing female talent/intellect. Now it just reads more like a slightly intelligent version of Cosmopolitan, minus the sex craze. Although I understand that there are a lot of social and cultural changes that affect women it was nice to have a magazine that seemed to respect women, not just sexualize them to sell something.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Good magazine October 28, 2012
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    I started reading this magazine to follow Project Runway and considered giving it up when the series completed but discovered I had become somewhat addicted. I am not too much into fashion but there are always lots of helpful articles and then there are also the unexpected ones that are deep and cover unusual issues. I share my copies with the younger crowd (I'm a grandmother) and they love it.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars Definitely not what it used to be! May 4, 2010
    When I was a bit younger, I subscribed to Marie Claire and it was the one magazine that didn't make me want to scream because of too much sex advice (like Cosmo), too much militant feminism (Ms.), or with everything being beauty and fashion related (almost all women's magazines!).

    There was something wonderful about this magazine for a young woman to read. So when I picked it up again a few months ago, I was saddened to see what direction they had chosen to go with it. Might be your style, but it isn't mine. It's just a bit too trashy anymore, the look is very sharp. I feel like perhaps they are trying to be a women's issues mag but mixing it in with how to please your man and what bikini to wear this season and it just doesn't work. I miss the old Marie Claire of ten years ago!!
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    All readers of Marie Claire reviews, please take note: the positive reviews here are all from years ago, before Marie Claire totally changed into a different (boring, useless, though with an inexplicably hugely increased number of advertisements) magazine. I had it sent to me for free after a purchase, and it's been a confusing disappointment. When I had more impulse-buy budget, I used to buy Marie Claire regularly, and enjoyed its fresh angle toward women. A little bit of everything for anyone, presented with some smarts. Really the only option for intelligent women if you didn't want a narrowly focused magazine. I don't know who it's for now, but it's certainly not me. I don't even see how it could be aspirational, because it's so elitist and ridiculous. And if you're the woman they're portraying, you're not buying magazines anyway! I suspect they're catering to a small cache of wealthy teens and twentysomethings who aren't acclimated to real life yet. And they're obviously getting their revenue not from print sales but from the endless advertisements, since they are literally giving away subscriptions. As for why the advertisers would pay for the space, I can't imagine it has anything to do with the actual magazine. Possibly Nina Garcia's connections thanks to Project Runway. In fact, I fear the whole Project Runway affiliation was what ultimately caused this decline in quality. The original Marie Claire was fun enough to be involved with an upstart artsy talent competition; this Marie Claire would scoff and sniff and turn away. It's rather sad. I wish it would turn around and return to the more accessible, attuned, fresh magazine it once was, but given the heft of its advertising, I doubt that's going to happen. Until my free subscription runs out, maybe I'll try some collage or decoupage---I can't see any other purpose for the new Marie Claire.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars One of the few magazines I read cover to cover October 8, 2013
    By alt325
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    I read a lot of magazines. My roommates sigh everytime they check the mail because they inevitably have to carry home heavy piles of glossy paper encased in plastic wrap. Marie Claire is probably my favorite magazine out of all the ones I read (I read most fashion and women's health magazines) because it provides a bit of everything that the average young professional woman like myself enjoys. Some of its interest pieces about real life people are thought-provoking and well-written. There is almost always a feature article about some celebrity, but Marie Claire takes the time to interview the celebrity and try to get a different perspective on her life. Finally, MC also has all the other fun and frills that any girl wants when she mindlessly reads a magazine while getting a mani/pedi - beauty tips, fashion ideas etc.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars What A Deal! June 16, 2010
    By Carol
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    I was interested in checking out Marie Claire (2-year) after watching the TV show "Project Runway."
    Imagine my suprise when I found a two year subscription on sale for only $7! What a deal!
    The magazine is chock full of fashion, both affordable and haute couture.
    I really like the fact that so many prices are listed for the various items shown in the magazine.
    Two thumbs up!
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    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars Top journalistic achievement...NOT... June 8, 2009
    By Shopper
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    "How to Make a Baby Without Loosing Your Guy", "My Father the Fraudster", "I Was a High Functioning Alcoholic" are only a few of the disturbing titles from the July edition of Marie Claire, a (fashion?) magazine about 40% devoted to advertisements. The articles behind the titles are something an intern might have scribbled on her ciggie break from a more serious assignement (such as a coffee run). As for the few "fashion" layouts: July magazine received in June, with fashions for the fall (which, in my climate, does not start until Nov/December)...

    Still, some of the photographs may eventually prove to be worth the five bucks I paid for a year's subscription...Oh, how sad...
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