Skirts are the item of clothing that most intimidate me, so I rarely wear them and when I do, they’re always of the pencil or voluminous variety. But I might have to branch out and give the trumpet skirt a whirl, as it combines the form-fitting-ness of a pencil skirt with a little girly flare, plus a dose of sex appeal with the mini-length. Reese Witherspoon pairs hers with a lovely rose-printed blouse and a lady-like red bag and navy pumps. The whole looks can be yours at a fraction of the price Reese spent, after the jump! Keep reading »
I’m super into the dark lip trend that’s going on right now, but with my fair complexion it’s hard to find a color that doesn’t make me look like a vampire. When TopShop sent us some of their new fall/winter lipsticks, I spotted a burgundy color called “Wicked” that I knew I wanted to try. So did it look good, wear well and last? Here’s what my Beauty Test Drive revealed… Keep reading »
Oprah’s traditional Favorite Things List is out again, and Mama O did. Not. Hold. Back. This year’s crazy expensive products range from the gold-hued to the self-growing. If you choose to shop Oprah, here are my recommendations for which gifts (and which friends) deserve your hard-earned cash: Keep reading »
Back in the early days of adolescence, being well-endowed in the breast department seemed like a pretty big deal. Maybe you were teased by boys and asked if you were wearing cardboard under your shirt (yes, this most definitely happened to . . . a friend of mine), or maybe you were busy buying padded push-up bras to give illusions of bigger boobs. Either way, it was on the mind. As we got older and wiser, the, ahem, perks of having smaller boobs became apparent — and thank you Keira Knightley for being our celebrity spirit animal — but we can’t say we don’t still wonder sometimes what it might be like with a bit more in the way of breasts. Here are some things that small-breasted women will understand about going through life armed with only an A cup. Read more on Tres Sugar…
I’m sorry, but when I walk into a nail salon and they ask me what kind of color I’m looking for, I’m not going to say, “Oh, I’m looking for ‘DJ Play That Song’ or ‘Too Too Hot.’” Those are not colors. Those are ridiculous names for nail polish colors that have nothing to do with their hues. BUT, if I were to ask for a mani in “Play-Doh Green,” EVERYONE would know which green I’m talking about (though I would never ask for that color, because ew). Here are 10 nail polishes I’ve stumbled upon, and their suggested, more descriptive color names.