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–Katy Perry channels old Hollywood glamour in her latest ghd campaign [FashionETC.]
–David Beckham‘s H&M underwear shoot was crashed by tourists trying to get a peek of the man in his skivvies … not that we blame them [The Cut]
–Can you belive Gwen Stefani is 43 years old today? We can’t! [InStyle]
–Beyoncé‘s younger sis, Solange, released a video for her new single, “Losing You,” and we’ve gotta say: she looks pretty major. (We also have the song on repeat!) [MTV Style]
–Shopping site NiftyThrifty.com just launched today — think a Gilt that sells only vintage duds — and Shenae Grimes is already a fan [NiftyThrifty]
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on October 17th, 2012
Okay, the mantyhose might be pisuhng the limits of what is reasonable, but I would like someone to clue me in as to why men dress the way they do in 2008. The current fashion seems to be, ‘Why wear the medium when the XXL will do?’. Shapeless, oversized, baggy pieces, in pants, sweatshirts, shirts and teeshirts. Men’s casual button-front shirts worn these days could double as tents if the need arises. You could pack supplies for a 2 week trip into the desert with the number and size of pockets in men’s cargo pants. If your friends have any doubt about your favorite sports teams, don’t worry, they won’t be doubtful for long because your shirt will say it all and say it loud. I’m not sure whether men know where their waistline is (or if they think they have one), the pants seem to hang around the lower end of the hip. That makes it easier for the gut to pop up right over it.When are men going to realize one size doesn’t fit all?
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