Day: April 4, 2020

The Celebrity Guide to the WFH Sweatsuit

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Justin Bieber

You could wear a gray sweatsuit. A baseball cap. Maybe some Converse. Alternatively, you could do what Bieber does, and turn the huble sweatsuit into a Miam-at-4am fantasia. Start with the ultra-magenta color. Add a beanie and some chunky skate shoes. Top it off with a pair of ’90s-inspired blades and a sleazy mustache and you’re good to go.

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Eddie Murphy

Back in the day, Eddie’s preferred suit was read—and made of leather, not cotton. Some things change! He’s now a guy who wears navy, and sweats, and takes a stroll to pick up coffee (and a treat!) while wearing a driver’s cap. Some things do not change. Eddie Murphy circa Delirious was among the baddest men on the planet. Eddie Murphy circa this photo is, too.

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Jennifer Lopez

Jenny From the Block, seen here back when we were allowed to stand

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8 Outdated Jewelry Trends—and What to Buy Instead

In order to welcome something new into your closet, you often have to say goodbye to something else. This is an easy sentiment to remember when it comes to clothing, but as far as jewelry is concerned, we often turn a blind eye. Since your jewelry (no matter how you store it) takes up significantly less space than a coat or a pair of jeans, the buildup of excess and outdated pieces can easily go unnoticed. Spring-cleaning involves all areas of your wardrobe, including jewelry—fine, costume, and everything in between. 

Here to help us decide what to clean out and what to keep from our jewelry drawers this season are a handful of the industry’s most well-respected jewelry designers. Their quotes are strictly from an industry standpoint—what they have been seeing in the market and what their customers have been spending on. That being said, we are also huge proponents

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This Revealing Lace-Up Trend Is About to Take Over

No, seriously—whether you’re ready or not, this micro-trend is swiftly marking its territory as one of the hottest styles to try this spring and summer season. The trend we speak of is better seen than described, but if we had to try it’s basically any article of clothing that slinkily ties and wraps around a bare midriff. These wraparound ties can be connected to a top, skirt, or even swimwear, which we’re anticipating seeing a lot more of come summer 2020.

This trend was unsurprisingly very prevalent in the ’90s (which you can see via the Prada F/W 92 runway image below) when skin-baring silhouettes were pretty much all anyone cared about. As we encroach on warmer weather, we’re predicting that this micro-trend is about to make it big once again in this decade. Influencers have already started wearing it and retailers are already hopping on board. If you ask

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