As the weather warms up you’re going to want to wear less. But maybe you’re still going to want to sport layers? How about a sheer blouse to add some interest and sexiness to your outfits without adding bulk? Pair with a thin tank underneath, or if you’re feeling more daring, a full-coverage bra. Either way, these blouses are so inexpensive you won’t mind sweating in ‘em a little. After the jump, nine cute sheer numbers to play with this summer.
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Happy Friday, everyone! Let’s kick the long weekend off right with a hearty dose of Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha, our weekly roundup of super short skirts and dresses and the super awkward poses they require. Click through to check ‘em out, and remember, if you spot a DSYC moment, send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Happy Memorial Day weekend, everyone! Chances are, many of you are hopping on a plane as I write this. The question is: what are you wearing? I always fly in a maxi dress (so I can sit Indian-style without showing the flight attendant my chocha) and flip-flops (so I can kick them off to go through security and when I’m on board). Some celebs travel similarly, while others use it as an excuse to shlub it up (lookin’ at you, J.Lo.Hew!). And then, of course, there are those celebs whose flying style is strictly first class. Click on to see 35 celebs in their airport best.
I don’t know what it is about Cannes, but it really forces celebs to step up their game. At the amFAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala earlier this week, Diane Kruger, Petra Nemcova, and uh, Tara Reid turned out to support the charity, and take a turn in some gorgeous gown. Click through to see how they looked!
The hose is phallic. The grip is tight. The muscles are bulging. The fluid is flammable. What’s NOT sexy about a hot guy pumping gas?
If you’re a celebrity, it’s not unusual to request a long list of luxurious items to make you feel right at home in your dressing room. No request is too big or too small (or too ridiculous) to be accommodated. That, and death may come upon the head of the person who says no. Here’s what Britney Spears is allegedly requesting for her new gig as an “X Factor” judge: 12 Snickers bars, six cases of Diet Coke, which must be replenished every week, 10 bags of Doritos a day, 12 vases of magnolia blossoms in her dressing room, 10 pieces of chicken and four pints of potato salad every week. Wait, what about the Cheetos? She needs Cheetos! Sounds like Brit will be having a down-home BBQ back there every night. Click through to see some more outrageous celebrity demands that you won’t believe. Who do these people think they are? [WOW]
As Fiona Apple would say, “This weather is bullshit.” Let’s see what we’re wearing on this humid, misty day in NYC…
Geometry was my favorite math class in high school, and now it’s become one of my favorite jewelry trends. I love the clean lines and nerdy vibes. Click through to check out 10 beautiful bracelets, earrings, rings, and necklaces inspired by geometric shapes, all handmade by Etsy artisans…
The Cannes Film Festival is where celebs are supposed to bring their A game. Not their A- game, but their A+ game. That’s because they’re not simply on the red carpet at some crappy Hollywood premiere — they’re on the world’s snotty stage! In France! France! And they’re competing against French and Italian starlets in the glamour game, too. As such, these girls have some really intense gown-age in tow — with everything from lacy cut outs, to feathers, to bright colors at their disposal. We survey the successes — and some of the Cannes chaff, after the jump.
Dry shampoo, while not exactly a new commodity (drugstore brand Psssssst! has been around for god knows how long; seriously, I Googled it and couldn’t find out), has received more hype than ever in the past few years. I ascribe the uptick in use (and, consequently, offerings) to the fact that less women are washing their hair every day than they did previously. We’re now more aware of how daily washing can affect factors like hair color (especially if you pay good money to get it done) and condition (both dry and oily hair types can benefit from washing less). I, for one, wash mine three times a week, on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday. I frankly hate to wash my hair because I hate to wait for it to dry, and I also hate to blow-dry it myself. I don’t know which I hate more, actually…
Anyway, on those days in between, I’m showering with a cap at night (come on, I’m not gross) and using dry shampoo in the morning. It usually only buys me a day (one dry shampoo day after another is not a good look), but that is one glorious day. I have super-fine, wispy hair and I find that dry shampoo actually makes it easier to style and work with whether it’s freshly-washed or second-day. Bottom line: I am a huge, huge proponent of dry shampoo, and I’ve tried so many that I consider myself somewhat of an authority (humor me, please) on the stuff. I’m also a terrible (really awful, seriously) snob, so if I like something, it’s probably pretty good. Behold, my roundup of the best dry shampoos and what makes them great — and at the end, if you’re curious, a quick summary of the ones that I would rather go greasy than use.