By now you’ve probably checked out sites like Rent the Runway, where you can borrow a designer dress for a special evening instead of shelling out hundreds/thousands of a dollars on an item that you’ll wear once. Finally, someone realized that a dress is not the only piece of clothing needed for a fancy evening! Now, to pair with your rented dress, you can borrow fine jewelry as well, thanks to Adorn.com. They’ve made it simple and stress-free to find the perfect gems to match with your outfit. Register, go shopping, and request your favorites. Each piece will be delivered to your house two days before your event, and shipping is free–which includes jewelry insurance–so all you have to pay for is the rental fee. Now you can almost feel like a celebrity (although you know those lucky actresses don’t pay a thing for the gems they rent for the red carpet). [She Finds] Keep reading »
What’s a girl to do when you go out drinking sans purse and pockets? Your ID and phone sure aren’t walking themselves to the bar. If you’re anything like CJ and her well-endowed friends, you let your bra do double duty as both rack support and small-item storage.
From reader responses, it looks like CJ’s not the only one with a “chest of wonders.” You guys shared the crazy things you’ve had nestled in your cleavage, whether on accident or on purpose. Read more … Keep reading »
We (kinda) fell for the April Fool’s news item about Lady Gaga designing for Alexander McQueen. Curses! Now, for all kinds of celebrity fashion line news that’s actually true:
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Amelia and I are unabashed winos. Many of our IM conversations go like this: “What’d you do this weekend?” “Watched TV with a glass of wine. You?” “Same.” Lately, we’ve been thinking maybe we should get out of the house more often, so why not take the party with us? Normally, we’re not boxed wine kinds of ladies (some attempt to stay classy), but we’d possibly convert thanks to this nifty wine purse that allows you to tote your booze. Note the handy spigot for pouring whenever, wherever. Picnic in the park, anyone? Or on the couch? [Geekologie] Keep reading »