I’ve been staring at this outfit for like 20 minutes trying to decide if it’s awful or amazing. I know that, like, 90 percent of the population is going to hate it, but there’s something about it that’s tickling my love for retro statement pieces, like fringed ponchos (please don’t ask why I consider Baja hoodies to be crimes against humanity but apparently have a soft spot in my heart for fringed ponchos). Anyway, if you’re one of the three other people on Earth who are kind of into this outfit, read on to get an affordable version of this look for yourself! Keep reading »
Happy Sunday! I couldn’t not share this amazing photo of Jessica Simpson’s fiance Eric Johnson carry their infant son Ace, who’s giving the paparazzi “Oh damn, my diaper just exploded” realness. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
I was at the nail salon flipping thought the latest issue of Us Weekly, featuring Jessica Simpson’s adorable little towheads, when I stumbled across this photo of baby Maxwell with the caption, “Maxwell is starting to talk a little!” She’s doing more than starting to talk. She’s starting to show off her magical, flying powers. God, please tell me she’s wearing one of those baby harnesses or was she Photoshopped in the sky. Surely no respecting photographer would allow Eric Johnson to toss his child that high in the air. I demand answers.
When I was pregnant, my clothing had one main requirement: comfort. I was mostly concerned with what would help support my growing belly on my slight frame, especially toward the end of my pregnancy when I developed symphysis pubic dysfunction (a fancy way of saying that my pelvic joint was unstable and caused me near constant pain whenever I moved). I was fortunate that during the latter half of my pregnancy I was focused on finishing my graduate thesis, thus fashion didn’t factor much into my days spent behind a computer screen or between library book shelves. In fact, my daily uniform of yoga pants, long t-shirts, a puffy vest, and comfy sneakers didn’t seem to phase me or the number of folks I came in contact with.
In retrospect, I consider myself very lucky. Keep reading »