Today marks the arrival of BBS (Boobs and Butt Sweat) season! Sounds awful, in theory, but I love it! Bring on the awkward sweat stains, the heat has arrived! Click on to see what we’re wearing on this gorgeous 86 degree spring day!
Love might be slightly less permanent than we’re taught to believe from fairy tales, but there are some things that last forever-ish. Like tattoos. History has shown that when celeb couples get matching tattoos, it’s a bad omen. Kelsey Grammer tempted fate this weekend when he he got his wife’s name — “Kayte” — inked on his waistline. Kayte Walsh didn’t go under the gun quite yet. Perhaps she’s planning to reciprocate with a matching tat once the twins are born … or once the ink is dry on his divorce papers. But once she does, they are in grave danger of splitting. I’m thinking tattoo parlors should instigate a rule where they only ink up celeb couples who have made it more than 20 years together, but then again, there’s always Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins. I guess the celeb tattoo removal and cover-up business is good for the economy. We’ve rounded up couples who got ink together but didn’t stay together as a warning to Kelsey Grammer and Kayte Wlash … and all of us. Don’t do it, people! [People]
This past weekend, celebs gathered to watch the new Paul McCartney video, “My Valentine,” hosted by Sir Paul and his daughter Stella. This being Hollywood, practically everybody turned out in designer duds (mostly made by Stella herself), but some carried the look off better than others. Who shone and who totally stunk it up? Click through to find out.
Pink Mascara is a trendy online boutique inspired by celebrity style. Most of the items on the site are higher-end pieces with prices in the triple-digits, but if you dig around a bit you can find some great stuff–especially jewelry–at more affordable price points. Here are 10 of our favorite pieces from Pink Mascara for $50 or less…
It’s time for Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha! Click through to see the super short hemlines and questionable definitions of “dress” that caught our eye this week. And remember–if you spot a Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha moment, send it to me at email@example.com!
Zen Threads is one of my favorite Etsy shops. I love their clever designs and their commitment to sustainability–they use eco-friendly inks and most of the clothing they print on is from American Apparel. Another bonus? Their prices are fantastic. Most pieces are around $25 or less. Click through to check out seven of my favorite cute, casual items currently for sale in the shop…
Lou Lou P’s Delights is a baker and culinary artist who creates painstakingly detailed reproductions of pop culture icons … in cake pop form. For example, here is the cast of “Titanic” made out of cake batter and popsicle sticks. Click through to check out more awesomeness from the Lou Lou P Facebook page, including cake pop versions of “Downton Abbey,” Rosie The Riveter, and Rihanna… [Lou Lou P's Delights]
British ladies have a reputation for being so much more refined and classy than their American counterparts. Well, let me just dispel that rumor right now. Brits are no more classy and elegant than we are — if these pictures from the Royal Ascot Ladies’ Day are proof. For some reason, there is a subset of British women who seem to think that dressing up means modeling yourself after a taffeta-swathed toy princess or cartoon character. Ladies, it’s not a good look. After the jump, a slew of tarted up gals from the Ladies’ Day festivities.
Melissa Rycroft is perhaps best well-known for being proposed to and then dumped by “Bachelor” Jason Mesnick in favor of his runner-up. Since then, however, Rycroft has made the most of her unfortunate initial 15 minutes of fame, finishing third on “Dancing with the Stars,” marrying the boyfriend she had before “The Bachelor,” Ty Strickland, and, in 2011, starring in a reality show on CMT about their life together with baby daughter Ava, born in 2009.
But in the new issue of Us Weekly, Rycroft opens up for the first time about her battle with postpartum depression, telling the magazine that it started as soon as Ava was born. “Almost immediately I didn’t feel right,” she says. “I had just given birth to this perfect baby, but absolutely nothing made me happy anymore. I had no idea what was wrong. I had these great blessings, but I felt empty. I’d put Ava in her crib and go outside and scream for a minute.” Keep reading »