by Beth Shapouri, Glamour Magazine
In a new survey that hit the papers this week nearly half (44 percent) of women said they linked going bare-faced with unattractiveness. Not that makeup simply makes them feel prettier or that they were more confident when they had concealer on—but that their natural faces were less attractive when not covered in some sort of paint.
This past weekend’s Academy Awards show proved once again to be the place for many trends to bloom, including a recent phenomenon of dressing like an Oscar statuette.
George Clooney may not have won Best Actor for his role in The Descendants, but it appears the star still went home with a statue, thanks to girlfriend Stacy Keibler’s gold statuette-inspired dress.
Keibler was all smiles in a metallic gold Marchesa gown as she walked the red carpet with Clooney. As she posed for photos, it became increasingly evident that her dress looked strangely similar to that of the signature gold Oscar trophy that is given to winners.
by Danica Lo, Glamour Magazine
As far as shopping online goes, there's not much I wouldn't buy. Just this weekend alone, I bought clothes, accessories, groceries, dinner, toilet paper, and electronics—all on the internet, from the comfort of my living room sofa. But then I read this disturbing story on personal finance advice site MainStreet.com, that says you shouldn't buy clothes online. What?
By Rina Raphael, The Look on TODAY Style
Leave it to the First Lady to upstage Oscar’s red carpet.
Thanks to a beaded, sequin gown, Michelle Obama brought some glamour to the 2012 Governors Dinner on Feb. 26 in Washington.
There were an abundance of glam dresses on the carpet at last night’s Academy Awards, so it comes as no surprise that even pets got the royal treatment when it came to wearing couture.
Take Uggie the Jack Russell terrier dog, who got the honor of prancing on stage with his co-workers to accept Best Picture award for The Artist.
He may be pint sized, but that doesn’t give him an excuse not to dress for the occasion.
Ever since an unfortunate incident in eighth grade where I lopped a good 12 inches off of my formerly-long mane, resulting in a frizzy bob that scared all the boys away, I’ve developed a serious case of scissors shyness.
And although I love the way a chic bob looks on celebs like and Victoria Beckham, I just can’t seem to commit to the chop.
By Rachel Elbaum, The Look on TODAY Style
Half the fun of travelling is hitting up the local boutiques. Aside from bringing home a wearable souvenir, you can be sure that few people in town will be able to match that jacket you bought in Paris or the pair of killer heels you got in Rome.