Style Stealer: 5 Of Elizabeth Taylor’s Iconic Looks

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4 Things I’ve Learned Moving Back In With My Parents As An Adult

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When I first moved back home with my parents after a nasty breakup, there was much to be embarrassed about. What was a 26-year-old (and eventually 27-year-old) doing moving back into her childhood bedroom? Why couldn’t I have become an investment banker so I had thousands of dollars saved for a situation like that? I had to see my parents every single day and answer their myriad questions about where I was going, what I was doing, and if that was what I was really wearing. (Yes.) I had to ask permission to borrow their cars. I had to explain to guys from online dating that I lived with my parents. And, of course, I had vibrators, lingerie and sex books to hide.

But moving back with the ‘rents was the best possible decision for sure. I don’t want to sleep on anyone’s couch and I especially don’t want to wear out my welcome on anyone’s couch. More importantly, though, I was a shellshocked. I needed some TLC, lots of margaritas, and several seasons of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” on Netflix Instant — as well as time, space, and rent-free living — to get myself back on my feet. When I move back to New York City into a new apartment next weekend, I will take my love and gratitude towards Mom and Dad right along with me. Here are four things I’ve learned after moving back in with my parents — for better or for worse — as an adult… Keep reading »

Unlikely Style Icon(s): Simon And Garfunkel

Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel made undeniably beautiful music together

  1. French Sailor’s Shirt, $29.50, L.L.Bean
  2. Soft Knit Blazer, $69.99, J.Crew
  3. Fisherman’s Cap, $33, San Diego Hat Company
  4. Cuffed Jeans, $36, Kohls

 

Does A Nine-Year-Old Need A Padded Bra?

Oh, Abercrombie and Fitch. We never took the preppy clothing company as the arbiter of good taste and class, but we think they’ve perhaps gone way over the line by producing a collection of girls’ bathing suit tops–aimed at ages 8 to 14–with padded bras included. Just what, pray tell, does a little kid need with a padded bra, A&F? Who thought this was a good idea? Your company already gets accused–over and over again–of oversexualizing young teens and children, and this certainly isn’t helping to improve your already-sullied reputation. Keep reading »

Paris Hilton Guessing Game: Tall Tale Or Actual Allegation?

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Paris Hilton is not too pleased with author Neil Strauss. In his new book, Everyone Loves You When You’re Dead, Strauss makes a pretty hard-to-believe claim about everybody’s favorite pink-obsessed heiress. Strauss says that, when Paris was 18, she made out with Vin Diesel—then just a random actor in “Saving Private Ryan.” Strauss claims that Paris gave him the following recap of the incident:

We were making out, but then we went somewhere where it was bright and I saw that he was black and made an excuse and left. I can’t stand black guys. I would never touch one. It’s gross … One percent is enough for me. [The Superficial]

Paris says this is patently untrue and, supposedly, she is looking into legal action. “It’s another example of someone making false claims for financial gain,” a spokesperson said [Toronto Sun]

But interestingly, this isn’t the first time a (probably) crazy claim has been made about Paris. So let’s play a little game. After the jump, I’m going to give you some Paris Hilton tall tales that, well, I just made up, along with some actual allegations that have been made about her. (Fine print: that does not mean they are true. Just that someone has made the claim.) Give yourself a point for each answer you get right, and let me know how you did in the comments section.

Sarah Palin On The Double Standard For Women

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“Women are held to a different standard in all areas. Let’s work harder, produce more and better and get over it. I’m through whining about a liberal press that holds conservative women to a different standard because it doesn’t do any good to whine about it.”

Sarah Palin, as much as I hate to admit it, had a point on Fox News the other night when she spoke about double standards women face (in response to Michele Bachmann noodling a presidential run and comedian Bill Maher calling Palin a “t**t.”) Nothing is worse than so-called “liberals” who think it’s acceptable to make sexist comments about conservative female politicians. (Sarah’s complaint about the “liberal media” is a bunch of bunk, though.) [USA Today] Keep reading »

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