From the horrific wood paneling to the kitschy plastic heart belt buckle, this swimsuit is a dead ringer for my grandma’s attic. The major difference? My grandma used to pay me $2 to help organize her attic, but this swimsuit will run you $120. I think I’ll pass. [via ModCloth]
P.S. Click here for some modern one-piece suits that could be described with adjectives like “fun” and “cute” instead of “grandma’s attic-y.” Keep reading »
Excuse me, Melissa Joan Hart? I know you’re on your way into the premiere of “Frozen” but I really feel like someone should tell you this. You have something on your face. Specifically your forehead. Wait, there’s some around your nose and mouth too. Powdered sugar? Cocaine? Translucent powder? Probably the latter, most likely, though it’s hard to understand how any self-respecting makeup artist could let Melissa leave the house without blending in her makeup, like, at all. Ahh well, at least the theater was dark.
We may think celebrities are always picture perfect, but every once in a while we see behind the curtain — especially when those bright bulbs are flashing on the red carpet. Makeup is required. More specifically, powder. But it’s a delicate balance. Too much and your favorite celeb may look like a clown, too little and they’re shinier than an oil slick. Click through to see some very unfortunate celebrity powder mishaps.
I’m working on an “Amazing Grace” for the summer. Is it wrong to want to look sexy while speaking in tongues? [Anal Parade] Keep reading »
I never know how to dress for Easter Sunday. Some years, I am dragged to a formal church service, but other times, I’m just kicking it at home with family, elbowing my nieces in the face so they don’t get to my Cadbury eggs. Plus, Easter always falls in March or April, so half the dresses in my closet aren’t warm enough to wear. My go-to Easter get-up — thrown together at the last minute, natch — is usually a floral or pastel frock with a cream-colored cardigan, thick, warm stockings, and flats. Here are 11 dresses I’ve picked out for you to wear to welcome the Easter bunny into your home … and then again and again.