I usually go for crazy nail polish colors like neon pink and rainbow glitter, but the other day I randomly bought a bottle of rose gold polish, and the surprisingly subtle shade is shaping up to be my new favorite. The pink undertones make it flattering on any skin tone and help it stand out from other gold polishes that are everywhere this season. Perfect. [$7.50, Amazon]
We’re almost halfway through December, and I have yet to eat one piece of ridiculously decadent holiday fudge. This must be remedied immediately! Care to join me on my mission? Click on the gallery to check out 10 delicious fudge recipes incorporating everything from candy canes to Oreos to Irish cream and pistachios…
It’s pretty rare to be able to do a Style Stealer post about Rihanna because she’s usually wearing, like, thigh-high snakeskin boots, a bedazzled basketball jersey, and no pants, which isn’t really a steal-able look. And sure, this slouchy Adidas outfit she wore to LAX last week isn’t exactly office-appropriate, but it is a cool casual look, and I love the contrast of sports gear and red lipstick. Wanna get the look for yourself? Everything here is $60 or less–get the shopping details after the jump! Keep reading »
Just when I thought this sleeping bag snowsuit was the World’s Coziest Invention, I come across a picture of this full-body sweater onesie thing. Suddenly my winter wardrobe seems wholly inadequate. And yes, in case you’re wondering, that does appear to be a zip-up penis hole for easier peeing and/or sweater onesie sex, if you’re into that sort of thing. Brilliant! [Neatorama via Obvious Winner]
The internet is teeming with hair tutorials for ladies with long hair, but if you have short or curly (or short and curly) hair, it can be tough to find styles that will work for you. We asked hair and beauty guru Aileen Cady to come up with a fun party hairstyle specifically for short, curly hair, and she gave us Disco Heaven: a fun, retro look perfect for pairing with glittery gold eyeshadow and dancing the night away on New Year’s Eve. Click through for a step-by-step tutorial!
New Year’s Eve is a great excuse to get dressed up in your fanciest duds and knock back some champagne with friends. Whether you want to swathe yourself in sequins or prefer a slightly more understated look, we found 10 beautiful plus-size dresses guaranteed to turn heads when the clock strikes midnight. Click through to check ‘em out!
Have you ever style-morphed with a friend? Like, you both start out with distinctly different fashion senses, but then you get inspired by the way your friend cuffs her jeans, and she simply must have that polka dot sweater you’re wearing, and suddenly you have to plan ahead in order to not show up wearing the exact same outfit everywhere you go? BFFs Emma Stone and Taylor Swift are totally style-morphing, as you can see from this side-by-side comparison of their recent outfits (in case you can’t tell, that’s Emma on the left and Taylor on the right). I’m pretty sure Emma was rocking the nerdy hipster look first, but Taylor has really made it her own lately, rocking skinny jeans, oxfords, and wayfarer sunglasses for appearances around the globe. The famous friends’ matching blonde hairstyles really take the “twinsies!” look to the next level. [Photos: Fame/Flynet]
I know it’s only been a few months since the last Spice Girls reunion at the Olympics, but that doesn’t make me any less excited to see them gathered on stage at the London premiere of their new musical, “Viva Forever.” The show is getting terrible reviews (which only makes me want to see it more), but all the ladies are looking happy and lovely. Which outfit is your favorite? I’m digging Posh’s slouchy suit and Ginger’s Cinderella gown. [Rolling Stone]
This weekend I was wandering around one of my favorite stores when I spotted a sliver of blue plaid fabric peeking out from the crowded rack of dresses. Blue is my favorite color, and plaid is my favorite pattern, so I was immediately intrigued.
When I reached into the mass of hangers and pulled out the mysterious dress, there is a good chance I audibly gasped. It was lined in silk, with a cutout in the back, a sweetheart neckline, and a flowing hourglass shape. It was surprisingly formal, but the plaid fabric made it feel playful and fun. It was unique without trying too hard. It was, quite possibly, the most beautiful dress I’d ever seen. “I would pay $200 for a dress like this,” I thought, flipping over the price tag to reveal numerous crossed-out sale prices making their way toward a grand total of $39.97. I practically skipped to the dressing room. Keep reading »
Ho, ho, ho! Merry Ugly Christmas Sweater Season, everyone! We scoured eBay and Etsy to track down 10 of this year’s ugliest offerings, and boy did the ugly sweater gods deliver. Click through to check out the embroidered, light-up, glue-gunned, glittered, puff-painted festive monstrosities!