All the talk surrounding Reese Witherspoon’s jet-setting outfit made us love it all the more, so we decided to compile how to get the look on every budget. Were it not 80 degrees outside today, we would totally be rocking her style right now. Keep reading »
If you couldn’t get your hands on one of last season’s “I Am Not A Plastic Bag” shopping totes, this Rebecca Minkoff bag will make an even better impression. With a nod toward Parisian lifestyle, the front pockets sport your love for the most essential food groups — carbs and alcohol. As an added bonus, the bag is crafted from eco-friendly organic cotton. [$99, ShopBop.com]
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My dog is always chewing up my ear buds, so right now I don’t have a pair and I haven’t listened to my iPod in about a month. Total sadness. But I might need to buy these, not just because I’m in desperate need, but also because they are adorable, and maybe Lucca will be too intimidated by the pigs to come near them. [Engadget] Keep reading »
Back when Contempo Casuals made us all total Betties, they probably marketed more sheer tops than Spring Break wet t-shirt contests. And now, almost a decade later, sheer is sexier than ever! The likes of actress Christina Ricci at the Met Costume Gala and model Eva Herzigova at Cannes have strutted down the red carpet in nothing but hot shorts under sheer dresses. Even Courtney Love is rockin’ a see-through slip — although you know she was probably just going to get coffee. But celebs shouldn’t get to have all the fun, here’s how we regular folk can show off! Keep reading »
Little Ms. Hilary Duff is all grown up, no longer lives at home, is making serious films, and befriending Scorpions. She’s also really coming into her own-style wise. The once adorable pop tart showed up at the 3rd Annual LOVEDAY Cartier Benefit in a striking, strapless blue Phillip Lim dress which she toughened up with a pair of vixen-esque gladiator pumps (we all know these are the end all, be all when it comes to trends at the moment). Hilary balanced the boldness of the dress and shoes by keeping the accessories minimal and unfussy — a chic, scalloped necklace, a cocktail ring, and a muted clutch — and in the end, she created a killer look that you can totally try out for your next big big night out. Keep reading »
I burn easily and absolutely must wear a hat when I go to the beach. While I usually don the baseball cap I’ve had for about eight years (perfectly broken in and also a little smelly), I think a straw hat would look a lot more sophisticated. And who knew they came in so many flavors!? Here are 10 of my favorites. Keep reading »
Stumped for a gift for your guy that isn’t GTA4 or the latest 10-blade razor? Have no fear! The Frisky has teamed up with Thrillist to bring you the top guy stuff that doesn’t suck—like these sweet limited edition classic sneaks! You can thank us after your BF is done thanking you.
Gear: Fila Retro Sneakers/Duds
For a limited time only, Fila’s brought back a healthy stock of their hottest vintage track jackets, plus a smattering of classic kicks, like the the summer-ready White Line and the prominently-tongued 70s Fitness, which’ll make you either as derangedly successful as Arnold, or as hopelessly deranged as Mike Katz. [Shop.Fila.com] Keep reading »
Only way classier than a mullet. This is one of those times where I go, “Dammit, why wasn’t I born a Vanderbilt? Then I could afford this dress from Rebecca Taylor, even when it ISN’T on sale!” I love everything about it. It makes my teeth sweat. [$216, ShopBop.com] Keep reading »
Love the hot, sticky summer, hate the random mid-day thundershowers. This’ll cheer me up. [$33.99, ModCloth.com] Keep reading »
There’s a reason why it’s called “French” kissing. The following will have you speaking in tongues (literally) in no time.
5. Want to faire l’amour in style? The French Lesson Panty Set from Kiki de Montparnasse will teach your lover how to whisper sweet (naughty) nothings into your ear. Inscribed on the back of each pair of underwear, you’ll find French translations of sexy acts like “F**k me” (“Baise moi”). [Set of five, $295] Keep reading »