Zergnet: Simply Irresistible
So many of the women I meet in their 30s who are successful, interesting and accomplished find themselves alone. They have friends. They have social skills and they are desirable. But the whole dating drama has them in a tizzy. Often their primary strategies for meeting potential mates include: internet dating, going to parties and bars with friends or getting fixed up with people who come recommended, but so often these attempts end with high expectations and disappointment. Keep reading »
The only person I can ever remember wearing a muff was Samantha Parkington of the American Girl doll collection. I was pretty keen on Sam’s Victorian style back in the day, so I’m inclined to say that I’d totally rock an old-school muff. Benefits: it’s hard to lose, easier on/off than gloves, and definitely something different. Of course there are downsides: it’s big and bulky, it doesn’t give your hands protection if you actually need to use them, and it’s different. (Too different?) Would you wear a muff? Let us know! [Urban Outfitters]
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“I like to transform myself like a chameleon,” said Alicia Keys to Italian Vogue, as she shot a beautiful fashion spread for the magazine. Alicia transforms into a haute nun as she models the minimalist trend, and goes more extravagant as a glamorous chanteuse. Check out the pics of a pregnant-but-not-showing Alicia in Italian Vogue.
“For Christmas, we will be at home at our house with all the family coming to us. He has been introducing me to the kid tradition. I’ve never had kids running around on Christmas morning. I’m one of those people that wakes up on Christmas at 5:30 — I’ll probably be up before them! I usually am up, getting coffee ready, breakfast ready. It’s fun to have kids around — it’s completely different.”
—LeAnn Rimes on her Christmas plans with Eddie Cibrian and his kids. Ouch for Brandi Glanville who will be spending Christmas alone thinking about step-mommy-to-be, LeAnn, making the yuletide gay with her cubs. [Celebitchy] Keep reading »