How to make you look slimmer with easy tips
The greatest thing about clothing in general is that it provides the ability to cover your flaws and highlight your advantages. Therefore, we all want to look our best. Choosing the right combination in clothing can be difficult at first, but the result will be incredibly worth it all. By simply following a set of rules on choosing clothing everything will just fall into place just the way you wanted. When creating a wardrobe that fits you uniquely, you must consider ...
Super Cool Bra will keep women cool this summer
If you do not know how to stay cool this summer you should think about buying an innovative piece of lingerie - a cooling bra. The company, Triumph International, was established in Germany. Being a leading international underwear giant, they operate in more than 100 countries around the world. And a few days ago they presented the new Super Cool Bra in Tokyo that comes with gel pads to be placed in the freezer for a couple of hours prior to ...
What clothes to choose for a slim look in winter?
During the winter months, people want to put on bulky clothing in an effort to avoid catching a cold. Well, you might feel cozy, but these bulky layers can hide your body, making you look like a sack of potatoes. If you do not want to face this problem again this winter, then you must follow the guide described below to help you stay warm in freezing weather, without compromising your style and sense of fashion. When you put on thermal ...
sweater – c/o French Connection
button up – thrifted
skort (can’t believe I’m using that terminology again) – Zara
Cole Haan Anne Street Satchel (c/o)
Modern Vice Summer Jett (c/o) Lookmatic glasses, MAC Russian Red lipstick. Bobby and I are still in Florida; we’re not yet sure exactly when we’ll be back, but are aiming for this weekend. I really appreciate your patience while we are away and working through this difficult time. Full Article…
Nike SB is showing no signs of slowing down as we see yet another colorway of the Zoom Stefan Janoski. This time we see the popular skate sneaker in a Royal canvas makeup. White is featured on the Swoosh branding as well as the midsole and laces. Be on the look out for these as they should hit select Nike SB retailers in the upcoming weeks.
Lord Wolfson, chief executive of British fashion retailer Next, has announced his intention of sharing his 2.4 million pounds cash bones with 19,400 staff who has been working for the company since 2000.
Lord Wolfson took the audience – and investors and market as well – by storm on Tuesday when, during the presentation of the annual report of Next, asked for all employees who have been with the retailer since January 2010 to receive their share in the payout.
The bonus comes at approximately one per cent of their salaries, what means nearly 125 pounds per each of these employees paid into the their pay slips in July.
In a letter to staff referred by ´City AM’, Lord Wolfson said the bonus was “a gesture of thanks and appreciation from the company for the hard work and commitment you have given to Next over the past three years and through some very tough times.”
SLEEK & SIMPLE
Kate Moss, one of the world’s most notorious, unique and high-earning models, has a style so incredible it was a challenge to pick just one look. Moss wears everything well because she makes it her own. She handles her style picks with confidence and an “I don’t care what you think, I’ll do what I want” attitude that no one else can really emulate. But we’re going to help you try!
This look is flexible and easily takes you from spring office wear to happy hour cocktails on a patio or date. Choose a sleek dress pant in a pastel, rosy pink tone. You’ll likely find a variety of options, and if you can’t find a rosy hue, mint green or pastel blue will have the same effect. Ensure the pant is the right fit for your body type, and when in doubt have it altered so that they fit perfectly. (We cannot stre
If you are heading to Coachella this weekend for days of fun, sun and music you need to have the right look to go along with the style. Copy one of these easy to do runway hairstyles for your trip to Coachella.
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Bring a bit of retro cool into your festival style with a bob cut with a bit of volume. Karlie Kloss looked cute on the Anna Sui runway with this bob haircut that has volume in the back to give it a different look. Tease the back of your hair before you go to add some serious volume to your everyday bob.
First, the disclaimer: I’m a man, so I can’t speak first-hand to the pressures women feel to look a certain way. But as an actor, and consequently someone who has made a living based largely on how I look, physical appearance is a topic I consider frequently. In my youth, the idea of cosmetic surgery amused me as something relegated to Beverly Hills dowagers and fading starlets. But as the years have passed, and with the advent of so many new techniques, more and more of my peers have succumbed. The buff and plump, to say nothing of the nip and tuck, have become de rigueur. Yet something about all the peeling and freezing troubles me. I just couldn’t put my finger on exactly what it was—until recently.
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