Class, please get out your pen and paper and be prepared to take notes. This is how you dress to fly in both comfort and style. Miranda Kerr’s striped jersey dress makes it easy to sit cross-legged in first class without showcha her chocha. Her flat sandals are cute and easy to kick off before walking through security. And her bright scarf and denim jacket will keep her warm when the plane’s temperature drops to “annoyingly chilly.” I fly coach, but I’ll be doing it Kerr-style going forward. Get the deets on the outfit I recreated, after the jump! Keep reading »
Celebrities: They are not “just like us.” They don’t sweat in the summer. Their skin remains perfectly glistening and lovely. Their makeup stays in place. There is no fly-away hair or smudged eyeliner. Who created these mythical beastlings, anyway?
Fabled origins aside, celebs are also very good at wearing black. It is the universal color of cool, after all. They’re also fond of blue, not to mention, when they’re gettin’ crazy, pairing the two together. Here, we see Australian pop star Iggy Azalea; coveted hair-possessor Alexa Chung; Victoria’s Secret model/submissive celebrity wife Miranda Kerr; Foreveralone Jennifer Aniston; and Japanese model Rila Fukushima. They’re all in some combo of black and blue, but which look do you like best?
Oh look, it’s Miranda Kerr looking amazing, as per usual. But here’s the twist! She’s wearing an actually-affordable skirt for once. Sure, she’s a fancy model, and could afford to spend thousands on a skirt and then just burn it, but instead, she’s wearing a cute midi-length TopShop skirt here. Don’t believe us? Check out our super-affordable version after the jump! Keep reading »
“I am quite dominant in my career, so what really works for me when I come home, is to relax more into the feminine side. If you’re really an alpha female, you don’t allow [your partner] to have the space to feel like the man in the relationship. Maybe I am too traditional, but men feel important when you ask for their help, instead of thinking you can do it all on your own. My mistake in my relationships has been to feel that I can do it all on my own: I don’t need a man. That is definitely a mistake. Women generally want to feel loved and appreciated. It’s something that I am working on every day, trust me! It’s a challenge for me to do that.”
––Miranda Kerr has got a net worth of $12 million and is “dominant” in her career, but when it comes to her marriage to Orlando Bloom, Miranda Kerr told Net-a-Porter’s online magazine The Edit she takes a more submissive route. Just a few months ago, pro volleyball player Gabrielle Reece also said that she let her husband Laird Hamilton be the leader in their relationship and cited the same reasons as Kerr. It makes me wonder if there’s a secret society of wealthy, famous wives who don’t fight to wear the pants at home. If it works for them, more power to them. I’m all about each couple choosing how they want to operate rather than following society’s prescriptions, even if it means following traditional gender roles. I’m not loving the gender essentialism (men are like this! women are like that!) in Miranda Kerr’s quote, but hey, she’s a lingerie model, not a gender studies scholar. [PopSugar] [Image: Splash News]
The caption on this photo of Miranda Kerr says, “Miranda Kerr spends the day running errands” or something like that. Guys, maybe I’m doing life all wrong, but that doesn’t look like an “errand-running” outfit to me. Either way, Miranda seems to be all up on the yellow trend, following Reese Witherspoon and Gwen Stefani in wearing the bright ass color. I can’t wear yellow, because I have yellow undertones in my skin, and it makes me look like a consumptive banana peel, but that’s just me. All of the rest of you who are yellow-appropriate should have a field day with this outfit.
After the jump, we show you how to get the look. Keep reading »
The Bling Ring – the gang of teenagers who famously stole from the homes of Lindsay Lohan, Megan Fox and Paris Hilton and now is being forever immortalized in a Sofia Coppola movie – not only wanted to rob celebrities of their fancy jewels but also their unmentionables too.
According to Nancy Jo Sales, the journalist who famously interviewed the ring members, the burglars were obsessed with stealing the stars’ lingerie.
“They wanted to look sexy. Looking sexy in a celebrity’s clothes, well that’s even sexier,” Sales told Vanity Fair. Read more on Celebuzz…