Vogue.com f last year was all about dressing comfortably at home, this will certainly be the year of finding ways to bring indoor essentials outside and into our everyday lives, whether it’s a pair of Ugg slippers, public-worthy pajamas, or the shacket (a.k.a. the shirt jacket). The style is as if the best button-down top married a roomy jacket, and together they gave birth to an effortlessly … Continue reading The Versatile Shacket Is All You Need to Transition From Winter to Spring
Vogue.com If your New Year Eve felt anticlimactic at best and utterly depressing at worst, you weren’t alone. What’s the meaning of a new calendar when so little has changed? Six months ago, we were sure 2021 would be different. Surely we’d be prepping for Fashion Week by now. Unfortunately, that’s still a big no for most of us. Through the last half of 2020, we had … Continue reading What Will Street Style Look Like in 2021?
As many of us have adjusted to a new (and hopefully temporary) lifestyle due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are finding ourselves regularly working from home, practicing social distancing, and for some, even being self-quarantined. For me, getting dressed in the morning is a daily routine that I’ve found has given me a semblance of normalcy as we navigate these uncertain times. While I may have cut … Continue reading 17 Cozy Knit Dresses to Make Working From Home More Comfortable
The NFL’s Cleveland Browns waived safety Jermaine Whitehead on Monday, a day after he apparently sent several profane tweets threatening violence following the team’s loss to the Denver Broncos. The account @j2whitehead_ has since been suspended by Twitter for violating its rules. A team spokesman released a statement criticizing the tweets on Sunday evening, and by Monday morning Whitehead was gone from the team. “Jermaine Whitehead’s social media … Continue reading Cleveland Browns cut safety Jermaine Whitehead for tweeting violent threats after loss
A man has been arrested after allegedly throwing acid in the face of a US citizen, who says his attacker told him to “go back to (his) country.” Milwaukee police say they arrested a 61-year-old man in connection with the attack against Mahud Villalaz that caused second-degree burns. Charges will be brought forward to the District Attorney’s Office in the next couple of days, Milwaukee Police Public Information … Continue reading A US citizen says he had acid thrown in his face after being told to go back to his country