Oasis Clothing is synonymous with refined British style, and is one of our favorite imports from across the pond. Oasis’s style is classic and pretty, but never stuffy. We’ve picked ten awesome items from their latest collection, so you can dress like a classic British lass.
Ryan Lochte, medal-winning swimmer, pool pisser, and chaste ladies’ man, continued to celebrate his 28th birthday in London this week, even leaving da clurb with a pretty blonde. I wonder what she’s whispering in his ear? “What your mom doesn’t know can’t hurt her”? Click on to see more photos, including Lochte’s rad David Bowie shirt which I am totally going to steal from his closet when we sleep together.
I must admit, I haven’t always entirely understood rhythmic gymnastics. Oh sure, it requires skill, but I’ve always wondered if rhythmic gymnasts were people who couldn’t hack it in regular gymnastics once the various apparatuses were introduced. Well, upon watching the rhythmic gymnasts perform at the London Olympics these last two days, I am prepared to admit I may have been wrong. These ladies work their ribbons, balls, and hoops like nobody’s business, all while contorting their bodies into crazy positions. Click through to see some of these goddesses in action.
Hannah Hooper of the band Grouplove has outed Christina Aguilera as a singer with the stinkiest reputation. “I have friends that lived in Pittsburgh and they grew up around Christina Aguilera and they swear to God that she smells like hot dogs,” she said. Hot dogs? That’s harsh. I guess Xtina needs to lay off the pork.
Hey, just because they’re famous, doesn’t mean their armpits don’t get funky just like the rest of us. Click through to see some more celebs who have been accused of being stink bombs. [Bossip]
Individual makeup routines, and reasons for wearing makeup, vary. I wear makeup because, well, I don’t like the way my face looks without it.Gwen Stefani wears makeup so that her husband likes her more. Some women are even devoted enough to wear makeup at the gym. But regardless of why or when you choose to wear the stuff, there’s nothing worse than spending half of your day putting it on and the other half concerned about what it’s doing on your face. Bright lipstick, shimmery shadow, and sweeping black liner may look fabulous, but they can take ages to apply properly, and then you have to worry about what it all looks while you’re sitting hunched over at your desk or running for the train — things can get messy!
Most of us could use a little bit of a low-maintenance makeup overhaul, a welcome departure from the primer-foundation-concealer-powder-eyeshadow-eyeliner-mascara tedium, and there’s no better time than summer to minimize your routine. These products serve double (or triple, or quadruple) duty to cut a chunk of time and energy out of the process so that you can expend it somewhere else.
Sometimes in the dead of summer, when I am chained to my computer all day but wanting to be at the beach, I say to myself, I wish I was a celebrity so that I could be frolicking at the beach right now. Because it seems like celebs spend more time at the beach having fun than us average peeps do. Maybe it’s because they have more free time, or maybe it’s just that they get photographed more often. And that idea is what makes me glad that I’m not a celebrity. I want to be free to be awkward on the beach without being photographed. Like that time that I accidentally sat on a broken lounge chair and fell into the sand. Or that time that I ran from the seagull that shit-bombed Amelia. If only the paps could see me then. I’m sure I was making an absolutely ridiculous face. I’ll bet I looked equally as weird as these celebs did when they were caught on film doing some very awkward beach frolicking.