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Women Stripped Naked
Naked Man Running From the Police
Bike VS Drunk Driver
Man Tests Target’s Women’s Bathroom Policy
Hot Coffee To Face in Philly
TITS on PS4 Streaming
Bee VS Nail
Cop VS Man with a Gun
Prison Guard Pepper Sprays Restrained Inmate
Farmer Gets Stripped on Stage
Sausage of the Day
Dog Reunited with Owner
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Out of all the silly fashion rules floating around out there, none are quite as ridiculous as those "no-no" color combinations. Blue can be paired with black, groutfits are actually quite chic, and now, it's time to wear those creams with whites, just like Karlie Kloss.
On Monday, the model was spotted out in NYC rocking an off-white blazer with significantly lighter pants, completing her look with a black t-shirt and white Stan Smiths. Seeing her outfit, we wondered why we never thought to marry the two color choices. Clearly they're a great Spring combination, and Karlie proved they work well together.
So while we vow to try it this season, take a look at how Karlie made it work. Then, check out her ensemble without the blazer, too, which is equally chic - and pretty easy to copy!
For many years, I have been harboring a dark, dirty secret. I love outlets. I've always kept it quiet, feeling ashamed as I plotted out trips to outlet malls and shopping on outlet websites, but now, I'm coming clean. I'm an outlet addict, and I don't care who knows it. There is truly nothing I adore more than getting a great deal on designer goods. It has become a sport for me.
To understand the root cause of my obsession, I should also admit that I am a shopaholic in the deepest sense of the word. For as long as I can remember, I have had to feed my shopping demon any way I can. It's a barely manageable monster that I have to control with frequent purchases. Gross? Maybe. But am I alone? I don't think so. Obviously, this is an expensive habit to have, and since I was unfortunately not one of the original investors in Uber, I needed to find a way to shop smarter. Once I began to explore the outlet world, I was hooked, and there are several reasons why.
Firstly, outlet malls are better than ever. If you haven't been to an outlet mall recently, you probably imagine a dingy strip of sad-looking stores selling random product from years ago. This is a total misconception. Most of the time outlet malls are just as nice if not nicer than real malls. The outlets just outside of Palm Springs, for example, are a gorgeous collection of designer stores (Gucci, Saint Laurent, Prada, Rag & Bone, Valentino . . . any of this striking your interest?) set against a stunning backdrop. There are fountains and restaurants, and best of all, the stores feel like the real deal. No dingy outposts to be found. If I blindfolded you and took you into the Prada outlet, you would have an extremely difficult time noticing it was an outlet at all. The interior is exactly the same, the associates are just as helpful and knowledgable - and yes, you even get the same big shiny Prada packaging and shopping bag as you would in the full-priced store. As a shopaholic, I understand the sanctity of the experience of buying yourself a new big item, like a bag, but I can assure you the experience is just as special. Even sweeter, actually, because you got your new bag for 50 percent off.
Secondly, the market has shifted. Smart brands have realized that people have come to expect getting a deal. Whereas before you had to visit a brick-and-mortar outlet to get your discount fix, now there are online options: J.Crew Factory Store has its own site, Neiman Marcus Last Call is online, and of course my personal favorite, TheOutnet.com, sister site of Net-a-Porter, is just a click away. The Outnet is beautifully curated and has a great interface on top of having insane deals on some of my favorite brands. I got a stunning Erdem dress for a wedding at 60 percent off. Best of all, it was still in stores for full price.
Think about it: when was the last time you bought something full price and felt good about it? Even full-price brands and websites are having to promote like crazy to move through product. Shopbop goes 25 percent off basically every other week now, so why wouldn't you just wait? Outlets simply facilitate smart shopping.
Finally, everybody does it - even if they don't talk about it. The days of outlet malls catering only to hoards of tacky tourists are gone. The last time I went to the Palm Springs outlets, they were filled with glamorous women who had driven down from LA, cramming their trunks full with Gucci. The associates told me they even get celebrities in from time to time. It's human nature to enjoy getting a good deal so - don't fight the urge!
If you haven't explored outlets and discounted sites before, now is the time. I highly encourage everyone, but especially my fellow shopping maniacs, to get with the program. Check your pride at the door and get shopping, before someone else swoops up the Rockstud bag (at 60 percent off) you've been lusting after!
After warming with a duo of sexy dresses, Kim and Kourtney Kardashian stepped out Saturday night in Miami to celebrate friends David Grutman and Isabela Rangel's wedding in two eye-popping outfits. Again, the sisters seemed to be on the same page with their styles, showing off their respective takes on lingerie-inspired eveningwear.
For Kourtney, that meant a see-through lace halter dress with visible black panties, while Kim channeled the sultry look in a silk and lace bustier dress (that looked a lot like a nightie) and diamond choker. Clearly, Kim was feeling her look - she shared snaps of her dress and a series of revealing shots on her Instagram.
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First launched in 2015, Tory Sport by Tory Burch is fusing fashion and function with her activewear clothing. Featuring seventies inspired designs and bold color combinations, the spring 2016 collection has recently launched in stores and online. This season the American designer embraces colorful styles that range from beach ready surf wear to yoga and […]
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We’re hiring! If you’re a passionate female filmmaker, this is a rare opportunity to join Hegre-Art and help us entertain and educate the world. You’ll be working side-by-side with renowned erotic photographer and filmmaker, Petter Hegre.
Requirements: You need to live in or near Barcelona, Spain. You must have trained to a high level in film education and have experience with cinematic productions. And you must be willing to work in the erotica and sexual education field, dealing with explicit subject matters. Ideally, you’re not just comfortable with this, you’re inspired by shooting the naked form.
Your tasks may include: camera operator, rigging set, lighting, sorting and preparing footage for post production. We shoot with Sony F5, FS7 and A7RII cameras, so familiarity with this equipment desirable but not essential. Creativity and passion are important, but technical skills are essential.
So why are we looking for a woman? Because at Hegre-Art we’re on a mission to clean up the erotic industry. Instead of the fake, cheap and exploitative content you find on the web, we’re forging a different path with authentic, original and high quality erotica. What better way to celebrate and empower women than having one behind the camera?
And as well as the right creative and technical skills, we’re looking for outgoing and professional characters. If you’re interested in working hard, having fun and flexing your creative muscles, you might just be a perfect fit.
So what’s the deal?
• Get an amazing experience with a leading photographer and filmmaker
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Please send an email (with CV attached) to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why you’d be perfect for this role.
Willa Holland eating pizza is a bit of a fetish… Not because I am a drunkenstepfather and she was raised as Brian De Palma’s stepdaughter, thanks to having some gold digging whore mother…that has raised her to have her own career and celebrity so that they don’t have to keep sucking dick for the 20 […]
Willa Holland eating pizza is a bit of a fetish…
Not because I am a drunkenstepfather and she was raised as Brian De Palma’s stepdaughter, thanks to having some gold digging whore mother…that has raised her to have her own career and celebrity so that they don’t have to keep sucking dick for the 20 million dollar mansion.
I used to jerk off to a De Palma movie called Dressed to Kill because there’s a scene with a blonde bush, in an era where I didn’t have access to porn, but I did and still do have a bush fetish…I’d pause that VHS so fucking hard…sure it wasn’t Scarface or the Untouchables…or even Nic Cage’s Snake Eyes…but that bush scene was De Palma’s legacy…I mean…unless he was a good stepfather to Willa Holland and brought her us…
The interesting thing with Willa Holland is that she’s become a hipster, self producing content creator, building her own personal brand like an instagram model, when she’s not on TV making money as an actor…since everyone needs hobbies, even people with mainstream success, maybe especially people with mainstream success, because mainstream usually means trading in your soul, integrity, art to make producers happy.
The reality is, I know very little about Willa Holland or her motivations in PIZZA porn…I just know she was the hotter girl in the OC, when watching the OC got me laid by college girls…it was a simpler time…but I guess I’m still pretty simple, since girl in sports bra eating pizza is all I need to feel complete in my soul.
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Plenty of celebrities stepped out for Kobe Bryant's last-ever Lakers game on Wednesday, but our eyes couldn't help but focus on one: Bella Hadid, who sat courtside with her boyfriend, The Weeknd, in a look best described as "Sporty Spice." Wearing a tight, cutout body-con dress and a layered chain necklace, the model made sure to give her outfit an athletic twist, adding a bomber jacket and black Nike Air Force 1s.
It was a combination that any sports-crazed SO would surely be a fan of: sexy and fashionable, but - hey, look! - sneakers! It works! And we're kind of diggin' those throwback kicks, which remind us of the aughts and are begging to be added to our closets.
Read on for a look at what Bella wore for the historic event, and then update your sneaker collection with her versatile shoe choice.
Armed with lookbooks, magazine tear-outs, my Pinterest app, and the image of my dream dress playing on repeat in my mind, I was ready for my very first wedding dress appointment. I had done the research for weeks, zeroing in on the single Amsale bridal gown I was sure I'd wear down the aisle. Only, after chatting with the bridal salon, I learned it was no longer available, a relic from the Fall '13 collection that had been circulating all over Pinterest. The designer had crafted new renditions in her subsequent collections, but they were all missing the details I'd regrettably fallen in love with. How did I get it so wrong?
Well, it's nearly two years later, and I've come out the other side, happily married in a dress I still love. It wasn't a perfect process - I don't know if it ever is - but to help with your own search, I'm sharing what I've learned, namely how to stay emotionally sane and in control of what you want.
Being prepared is one thing, but (pardon the pun) being married to a dress you haven't met - or tried on - yet is another. When you call ahead or book online with a bridal boutique, they'll often ask you for a list or links of the dresses you're interested in, and this will help guide the appointment and help your sales associate be most helpful, especially since you'll likely have a limited time frame. On that note, be prepared with designers and silhouettes you like that also fit within your budget. Still, don't rule out a wild card once you're there. Especially early on in your search for the dress, be willing to experiment with an unexpected style. It might not be what you thought it would look like, but you might just fall in love all the same - just make sure it's in your budget before you do.
Like so many women, I've pored over the wedding pictures of Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy, her lithe frame carrying off her slip of a wedding dress flawlessly, wishing I might have the same bridal grace, the same elegant silhouette. The truth is, I'm just built differently. I pulled on a slinky satin gown at my second bridal appointment to channel her iconic look. I loved the way it hung on display, a minimalist cut with a sexy draped back, but on me, it looked entirely different. It clung to the wrong places, exposing parts of my body I didn't even know existed but I knew instantly I didn't like - at least not in this dress. No pep talk from Mom (who sat patiently with me in the dressing room) or wedding diet was going to change that. Knowing that was another step toward finding the right dress.
No one else is wearing this dress - not your maid of honor, not your mom, your mother-in-law, your dad, or your grandma. So when you seek out the dress, make sure it's one you love. Likewise, don't let the location or the event dictate what you'll wear too much. For instance, just because it's a New Year's wedding doesn't mean the dress should come with tulle and a feathered skirt, unless you want it to. Clear your mind of what you "should" wear, and fill it with images of what makes you happy. And more importantly, be honest with your loved ones - and with the sales associate - about what that is, so you're all on the same page right up front.
When I finally thought I'd found the dress, my dad joined my mom and my sister and came to see me in it. There I was, standing in front of my family having that bridal moment in a white ballgown; my dad smiled and I remember him saying, "I could dance with you in that dress." I'd seen Say Yes to the Dress so many times, I knew it was my cue to cry, but I didn't. I didn't get emotional at all, in fact. I threw up my hands and said, "This is it then. Let's do it!" Days later I would replay that in my head as a sign that I'd picked the wrong dress. I'd call my mom with doubt; "I didn't even cry," I'd reminded her. To her credit, she put it all in perspective: "It's a dress, Hannah. I think that's OK." And it is - it's OK if you cry, if you lose your sh*t, or if you don't. It's all OK. As long as you're comfortable and happy and you feel like yourself, who really cares if you shed a tear just because TV or movies made you feel like you should? Remember, there are no "shoulds" here.
There are countless dresses, new trends every season, new designers, and a million options out there. You could actually search forever and still not be satisfied, afraid you've missed the next great style or overlooked a dress that might be the one. I was admittedly caught up second-guessing myself long after I'd found my dress that I forgot to enjoy just being done with it. Every time I stopped to remind myself that the search was over, that I didn't have to scour the Internet or call every boutique in NYC for appointments, I could breathe easy again. It doesn't matter what every dress on the market looks like, just the one you're calling your own.
Finding that perfect outfit for a friend's wedding is no easy task. There are unwritten rules in place - no white, nothing too bright or sparkly that'll upstage the bride - and oftentimes, we're left searching (or group-texting different options) up until the very last minute. But before heading to our next set of nuptials, we've decided to gather inspiration from a few of our favorite stars. On Saturday, Jessica Alba, Katy Perry, Kate Hudson, and Nicole Richie all attended the Aspen wedding of stylist Jamie Schneider to Nico Mizrahi, and their standout looks offered a variety of tips and tricks anyone could follow.
Read on to see what they wore, then get ready to nail the wedding-guest look - celebrity style.
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