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Wrap dresses are a comfortable and easy way to dress yourself for spring. Worn with a jacket, they work for daytime, and paired with heels, they can carry you into the evening. After the jump, we’ve got 10 wrap — or faux wrap — pieces that make getting dressed a cinch!
Last night, Jennifer Lopez sat down for an interview with Jay Leno and he asked her about her first dance gig. “I got a job working as a back-up dancer for New Kids on the Block,” she said. “It was dancing for them on the American Music Awards and it was a big deal. That was a long time ago.” Jay then informed her that the exact year was 1991 and that he had the video footage ready to roll. Above, check out Jennifer hanging tough with the guys. Keep reading »
Now that the Royal Wedding of the Millennium is over, experts are analyzing every little piece of information about the big event. Like the news that Kate Middleton‘s hair dressers practiced her big day ‘do with a $10 tiara purchased at a friggin’ Claire’s Accessories. Oh hellz no, the plastic crown didn’t touch Kate’s locks–it was tested on the head of an assistant, in a dark back room, with the windows taped over, to ensure that absolutely no one would see the hair work in action before the big day. Apparently it all paid off — Middleton’s hairdresser, James Pryce, won big props for keeping Kate’s long and loose. But the look was slightly more complex than it appeared. The real tiara — loaned to Kate by the Queen — was actually stitched into a braid in Kate’s hair. Ingenious! [Telegraph UK] Keep reading »
There’s that famous Coco Chanel quote: “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.” Jessica Simpson apparently heard that quote and thought it applied to pants, not accessories. Girlfriend, a sweater and some platforms does not a complete outfit make!
Sadly, far too many celebrities have been misinterpreting Coco’s quote. Here are 19 others who took off their pants before they walked out the door…
Once upon a time, a flight attendant was called a stewardess. Police officers and fighterfighters were policemen and firemen. And all women were addressed based on their marital status as “Miss” or “Mrs.” But not anymore, in large thanks to writer Kate Swift, who died on Saturday at age 87. Keep reading »