As soon as fall rolls around and the temperature dips below 70 degrees or so, I break out my giant Sorel snow boots and wear them pretty much constantly until the following May. I love them so hard. After the jump, my top 10 reasons why I love ‘em and why you should consider getting a pair. Keep reading »
Newport News must have had a change in their creative staff because their designs have been overhauled as of late. We’ve been spotting on-trend pieces by them all season, and it keeps getting better. This lace capelet with a bow detail is a great piece that can transition into many seasons. The combination of sharp collar with delicate lace and satin ruffles achieves a nice balance of texture, color and silhouette. Definitely a great layering piece over a light-weight cream sweater or even a fitted tee. Wear it with a military-inspired cape, high-waisted pencil skirt and great booties for an amazing fall look. [$39, Newport News] Keep reading »
What is up with this seemingly very photoshopped photo of Dree Hemingway lounging on a bed in an ad for Salvatore Ferragamo’s Attimo fragrance? That’s not a rhetorical question, as in, now I’m going to tell you exactly what’s been done, in my estimation, to this image. But it is decidedly strange and malformed looking, no? I think it’s got something to do at least in part with the fact that her head has been resized to ginormous proportions. It’s as big as her bottom, it seems. And perhaps her calves are way too long compared to her thighs. You’d think with whatever monster budget they had for this shoot that they could make the young Hemingway look like something other than a side show freak.
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Puppies, always so political. Like the five puppies polled on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.” Pups Roger Blain, Brian Johnson, Kyle McAdams, Lisa Armstrong and Gary Frick were asked which Nevada senator they’d vote for: Republican Sharron Angle or Democrat Harry Reid. Four our of five puppies chose Reid, and majority paws wins. [BuzzFeed
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My friend Shelly (The Singing Siren) found these elastic-waisted, pocket-less, pull-on bottoms literally called “Bend Over Pants.” Yep, that sexy name is a registered trademark and they retail for the social security-friendly price of $16.99. But why is Nana lifting a leg and popping her badonkadonk over a chair? Ahhhhhhh! This is what happens after you invent Viagra: Grams needs easy-access pants. Keep reading »