Sometimes, a lip stain just isn’t enough. This trio from Bare Escentuals contains a lip liner, lipstick, and lip gloss all in one package. So you can play around with different combinations depending on the look you want. Wear just the lipstick or gloss for an office-appropriate look, and then get a shiny, pigmented pout with all three for a night out on the town. We recommend this mauve color, which matches a variety of skin tones really well. And yes, lip liner is back!
Kate Moss has worn a lot of hats in her life already—model, designer, horrible singer, writer (ha!). And now … she wants to make jam? Random! That’s the word floating around the rumor mill now—that Moss adores plums and has a jam recipe that she wants to mass produce. According to Hint magazine, the British supermodel has even gone so far as to ask “Topshop’s Sir Philip Green to get her prime product placement on store shelves.” Keep reading »
After years of wearing skirts with elastic waists to 5-course meals or hiding our unzipped pants under the table after Thanksgiving dinner, we’d almost rather just not wear pants most of the time. Now, San Francisco-based pants company Cordarounds makes a pair that tells it like it is and accommodates big eaters. Keep reading »
French clothing company Petit Bateau is famous for their adorable children’s clothing and mastery of the marinière striped shirt. And although the brand is largely focused on its younger audience, there is adult merchandise that’s ever-popular with the ladies in France (and here as well). Have you ever noticed, however, that Petit Bateau’s sizing for its “adult” wares is, well, unconventional, shall we say? Click on the “women’s” section of the website and you can choose from the smallest size, 14 years old, to the largest, 20 years old. On the French version of the website, in the merchandise for “adultes,” female sizing stops at “18 ans” or “20 ans.” (“Ans” means “years” in French, as you’ve probably guessed.)
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When it comes to the engagement game, each girl has her own fantasy. But enquiring minds want to know … would you prefer a vintage/antique ring from an auction house, estate sale, vintage store, or family member? Or do you want something brand spankin’ new like a Tiffany 2-karat Lucida three-stone setting with a platinum band? (Just sayin’.)
We invite the un-marrieds and the already blinged-out marrieds to leave their opinions in the comments below. Keep reading »