With each new season comes a fresh batch of trends in every category, from shoes to handbags to jeans, and lingerie is no different. While you might not think to update the types of lingerie in your top drawer as often as you would with other items, they’re no less important to shop for. I’d even go so far as to say that there’s never a better time to invest in quality and stylish undergarments than right now. You know, if chilling at home in a pretty underwear set is your kind of vibe.
For the record, it’s a lot of people’s vibes these days and I’d be lying if I said that the current state of the world hasn’t had a big influence on the kinds of lingerie that everyone is gravitating towards. More and more, pieces that offer comfort and the ability to look cute while lounging
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In the summer of 1960, John F. Kennedy received a gift from his friend Grant Stockdale, at the time the senator of Florida. The watch was a Tank-style ultra-thin square watch from Omega, with an engraving on the back that read, “President of the United States John F. Kennedy from his friend Grant.” Kennedy was immediately smitten, according to letters his wife Jacqueline wrote to Stockdale. She described it as the “thinnest most elegant wristwatch,” and said JFK immediately traded out the “chunky little one” she’d given him for the new Omega. But anyone who paid attention in history class would be right to point out that during the summer of 1960 Kennedy was still a presidential hopeful in one of the closest races in American history against Richard Nixon. That’s not a typo: Grant just had faith when he ordered the engraving, and the watch turned out to be
As much as I like the prices of costume jewelry, I’m very wary of cheap jewelry looking, well, cheap. I’m of the mindset that with all of the well-priced fine jewelry brands out there now, I’d rather just save up for something a little more substantial. That is, until I discovered & Other Stories’ jewelry section. In case you weren’t already aware, it’s seriously good.
I’ve long been a fan of & Other Stories’ pretty dresses, chic blazers, and perfect denim, all of which look far more expensive than they are, so I’m hardly surprised that they won me over with the jewelry too. Tons of trends are present and accounted for (including chunky gold rings, organic pearls, and curb chains), and all but one piece currently is under $50, but no one would know. Ready to join the fan club with me?
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Now that you know what to watch out for, how do you make sure you’re applying your concealer correctly for a natural, flawless look? Tilbury has a few pointers:
1. Prep Your Skin First: Like mentioned above, don’t skimp on your skincare routine. That might include cleanser, a mask, serum, moisturizer, and even some eye cream if you’re dealing with puffiness.
2. Have Two Different Shades: It’s not exactly one-shade-fits-all. “Whenever I am creating a makeup look, whether it is on myself or on a celebrity client, I always use two different shades of Magic Away concealer—a lighter shade for the under-eye area and around the mouth, and a shade that matches your foundation to conceal any blemishes or redness,” Tilbury says. “It’s a trick I learned from Charlotte! Makeup is all about cheating the light, and using concealer in this way means you create brightness and bounce the light