What it is about models? They’re always so friggin’ well-dressed, regardless of where they are or what they’re doing. Maybe this is a delusion, and the clothes aren’t actually that great, they just look really good on them because they’re models? That’s probably it. With that said, don’t be discouraged! This look is totally killer on Doutzen Kroes, but because it’s so simple, it’ll look awesome on you, too. And, like, everyone. Leave it as is for a casual day look or add a statement necklace to dress it up for night — easy! Get Doutzen’s entire look for under $300, after the jump… Keep reading »
Hair is so linked to how we feel and everyone goes for something radical after a break-up, but my advice if you’ve just suffered heartbreak or you’ve broken up with someone, is to not touch your hair. It’s the first thing women do, but you’re not in a fit state to make decisions that are long-term — you’ll have to spend the next four years growing it out. Don’t have a fringe cut. Don’t bleach it. Don’t do anything, because you will regret it. Buy a lipstick instead. Go and kiss loads of other people, but don’t f***ing touch your hair, as you’ll still feel sad — and you’ll have weird hair.
— The relationship between breakups (or breakdowns, for that matter) and bad, often self-inflicted haircuts is indisputable. Negative feelings seem to beget the compulsion to reach for a pair of scissors like nothing else in the world. So listen to Alexa Chung when she says just don’t fucking do it, if for no other reason than that she has excellent hair and that she’s also 100 percent accurate when she says that you won’t feel any different but your hair will definitely look shittier. I know it’s tempting. Abstain. [Stylist.co.uk]
Whuuuuut. I’ve never thought of Anne Hathaway as a shining beacon of impressive street style, but what kind of fashion fuckery is this? Whose pants are those? Where do you get white sneakers with buckles, and why? Enlighten me, Anne. ANNE, PLEASE. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
As the owner of some seriously fine, straight hair, and therefore the executor of many fruitless attempts at bouncy, luscious waves, I’ve always been envious of the effortlessly wavy and curly-haired. “Millionaire Matchmaker” Patti Stanger’s insistence that women should straighten their hair to find a partner? Insane. These 10 celebs may not necessarily be naturally curly (in fact, I’m willing to bet that even if they are, the curls they’re sporting on the red carpet are manufactured), but they’re definitely gorgeous, and they’ll have you wanting to pick up the curling iron even in the dead heat…
There are many things about Selena Gomez that I do not aspire to. (See: pop stardom, capricious relationship with the escaped asylum patient previously known as Justin Bieber.) Her hair, on the other hand? Yup, Selena Gomez is currently wearing my long, thick, voluminous, unkempt yet glossy dream hair. I would steal that shit straight off her head any day. [Photo: WENN]
Blake Lively sure loves being famous, so I can’t imagine why we haven’t been seeing her out and about lately. Does Ryan Reynolds keep her locked in his basement or something? Do we have a hostage situation on our hands? Regardless, Blake’s captor let her out for the Very Important occasion of the “Turbo” premiere in New York. (Do I know what “Turbo” is, or what it is about? No. Will I deign to Google it? Also no.) I can’t always get down with Blake’s style (Serena van der Woodsen’s, on the other hand…), because she always looks like she’s trying just a little too hard to be, like, fashion-y and interesting and avant-garde, but I actually love this svelte, sexy Burberry look on her. Well done, Blakester.