Carpets & Candids: Amber Heard in baby blue

Lainey Posted by Lainey at August 9, 2013 13:54:39 August 9, 2013 13:54:39

Hate this dress. It’s Vionnet so we’re supposed to be impressed. With what? The baby blue? Baby blue is not an easy colour. It’s hard to make baby blue stylish. And here, at least to me, baby blue isn’t stylish. Instead, this looks like a dress from a fashion design school student on a one hour challenge: here’s some fabric and some recycled clothing, you have 60 minutes to throw something together…GO! Full Article

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Carpets & Candids: Nicole Richie’s white accents

Lainey Posted by Lainey at August 8, 2013 17:52:36 August 8, 2013 17:52:36
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Nicole Richie’s been in NYC the last couple of days in a variety of different outfits, all with a common white theme. That white edgy shaped top with the leather pants is an awesome look. Not crazy about the dress she’s in here but, as you know, white pumps are my jam and they make the outfit. Full Article

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Duana Names: One was Johnnie

Duana Posted by Duana at August 8, 2013 16:14:15 August 8, 2013 16:14:15

Hi Duana, My mother's father's name was Johnnie (not a nickname, and spelled just like that). He died a long time ago and my mother always wanted to name a son after him but she ended up having all girls. I'm expecting a girl soon and I was wondering what you thought of this name for her. Full Article

Smutty Fitness: Competitive Couples

Hayley Posted by Hayley at August 7, 2013 14:17:28 August 7, 2013 14:17:28

Hi Hayley, My boyfriend and I have been together for years and we both like staying active. However, he likes (and excels) at team sports such as baseball, volleyball and golf, whereas I prefer running and yoga. Sometimes we sign up for events together, like a baseball tourney or a race. The problem is, he is much more competitive than me, as well as physically strong and determined. Full Article

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Duana Names: Is Sam an honour?

Duana Posted by Duana at August 6, 2013 15:58:00 August 6, 2013 15:58:00

Hi Duana, I'm a HUGE name nerd and am so happy to be newly pregnant. I have a question about naming strategies and obligations. Here's the deal: Jewish people tend to name children after deceased relatives, to honour them. For example, if it's a girl she will be Paulina, after my grandmother Pauline. Full Article