Kate Mara and Rooney Mara are two hot, talented sisters. On the one hand you have Kate, who really stood out in the first season of “American Horror Story.” And then you have Rooney, who is the ”Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.” While Rooney has really stand-out bangs, Kate’s got a super sexy boyfriend (Max Minghella!) And they both have access to some of the top designers in the world. But their style does deviate some. Above, we take a look at some of their best fashion moments. Which sis will rise to the top? That’s up for debate.
This fall and winter, I resolve to step up my tights game. Yes, yes, I’ve been accused of being a purist for opaque black tights, but it’s time for change. A colorful change. And these 11 pairs of patterned, printed tights should shake things up just fine. Check out some of my top tight picks above!
The lip sweater, the flavor saver, the mouth brow, the pushbroom. Call the mustache what you will, we don’t really care as long as it’s attached to the upper lip of a hot dude we want to get it on with. In honor of Movember, the month in which dudes grow out their lip fuzz to raise money for cancer research, we’d like to celebrate some of our favorite mustached men. Like we really needed an excuse to celebrate. After the jump, some ‘stached dudes we wouldn’t kick out of bed.
Today’s working from home edition of What We’re Wearing is dedicated to The Frisky’s General Manager Mina and our sweet Rachel, both of whom are still stuck at home (in New Jersey and Connecticut, respectively) without power. Hang in there and we can’t wait to see you both next week!
The Country Music Awards were held last night, and shocker! Taylor Swift didn’t win anything. For the first time in a gazillion years, audiences missed out on Swift’s patented “OMG I CAN’T BELIEVE I WON!” surprise face. Big winners included married country superstars Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert, who must not have any mantle space left after their five combined wins last night.
But what you’re really wondering is: What did the winners (and losers) wear?
What we consider “erotic” has changed drastically since the turn of the century. In the late-1800s/early-1900s, all it took was some cleavage and a book to make people blush. If only it was still that easy! Reading is still sexy, but unfortunately, not remotely pornographic. Click through to see what was risque back in the day. [izismile]