The first sign of cold, and we’re already eagerly scoping out winter goods. (We know. It can be a problem.) So we were smitten when we came across these Steven Alan mittens—the perfect cute-combo with their fingerless gloves, cozy-looking cashmere, and cool metallic leather. Even the name is rad: Glittens!
But alas, the $128 price tag cast a harsh frostbite over our find. Sure, when it comes to a winter coat, it’s natural to invest some bones … but justifying the idea of gloves as an investment piece? Not so sure.
Would you spring for (or ahem, fall in this case), these “Glittens”? [StevenAlan.com] Keep reading »
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, it was the time of Don and Betty Draper from “Mad Men.” A stylish time of men in hats and suits and when people dressed up to go to the mall. A time before the hippies ruined everything with peace, love, patchouli, and beards. Here are a few ways to teleport yourself back without the hassle of building a teleporter…
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Another totally genius “Target: Women” vid from Sarah Haskins. This time she points out how many commercials try and sell products based on their ability to attract hot women, specifically through the power of smell — the smell of clean laundry, gum, deodorant, mini-burgers, the list goes on and on. Keep reading »
News from celeb hair-land: There’s no need to dry your hair (let alone flat-iron it) before heading out for the night—just copy this sleek and sexy look, above. Lauren Conrad is the latest in a long line of stars sporting this way easy hair ‘do—Jessica Alba racked her wet-looking hair back last week and Kate Moss has been all about it for months now. (Oh, and, J.Lo has been rocking the look for decades!) Want the ridiculously easy how-to? It’s after the jump! Keep reading »
We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say? You bitches crack us up! In honor of you, our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the internet, we’re giving away prizes! Each week we’ll award you awesome chatty Cathys a little something special. This week, five winners will receive a Nicole Lee Snake Clutch. Without further adieu, the lucky winner of this week’s Gift For Gab. Keep reading »
Why is it that a hat instantly makes any look ten times more interesting? Krishna, on her way to the Premiere Classe fabric show in Paris, models just how fantastic an all black ensemble can be. She tops an Oasis trench with the perfect H&M lid and some ruby red lips. Perfection. Keep reading »
We’ve always wanted a tiny handbag which would look good while bludgeoning purse-snatchers! (So what if identity theft is more en vogue than purse-snatching? Minor detail.) Behold this Miss Piggy pink-colored, leather shoulder bag, which should do the trick. At the very least, the next time we’re annoyed at our guy, can envision ourselves swinging this femme-y Kate Spade purse behind us as we stalk off in a huff. [$147, Bluefly] Keep reading »
Sometimes, the most pleasing decor items aren’t the ones with the cute colors and flashy prints, but rather those with simple, understated details. Take, for example, these pillows from Etsy seller Dimmalimm, a mother-daughter team based in Los Angeles. We love how the designers look to the fabric itself (all sustainable and locally-purchased, by the way) to make the pillow unique, experimenting with pleats, bunching, or sculptural creations. The Crater pillow draws inspiration from Japanese design with layered circular indents crafted from a white silk and hemp fabric. For something a bit warmer, try the Weave model, a charcoal-colored cushion with a small criss-cross layering detail in one corner. Of course, if you don’t want to go the minimalist route, you can also check out the varieties covered in beautiful kimono silks. [$95 and up, Etsy] Keep reading »
Maury Povich definitely sticks to a formula on his talk show. Without out-of-control teens and tweens and baby daddy/mama drama, he really wouldn’t have anything to talk about. Most sane people would never go on this show to air their dirty laundry and be humiliated. But there are some, like the woman who had 17 men take paternity tests that all turned out to be negative, who will take their 15 minutes anyway they can get it — even at the expense of what’s left of their reputations. These may be the type of people who would purchase these shirts. Wouldn’t it be fun for dad, mom, and baby to go out together wearing these tees: “I AM the daddy,” “You ARE the father,” and “I met my daddy on Maury”! That way everyone they meet will know they can’t manage their lives or conduct themselves like respectable adults. At least folks would take pity on the baby because she couldn’t pick her parents. [NBC Store] Keep reading »