If any of you have checked your calendars recently, you may have noticed it is late July. Summer is almost halfway over, and bikini body season is well underway. A fitness post seems long overdue. Though that may be true, getting in shape does not have to be limited to the spring.
In the age of Instagram, swimsuit season has taken on a whole new meaning. Gone are the days of buying a $14.95 Target swimsuit every year. As if swimsuit shopping wasn’t hard enough already. Instead, all kinds of online swim brands have taken over the gram with their innovative styles and gorgeous social media feeds.
This weekend is coming up on one of the hardest days of the year, Mother’s Day. Let’s be serious our mothers do not deserve a day of celebration. They deserve something like a century. My mother? She deserves that, a lifetime supply of pedicures, and a clean house on demand.
Monday night icons of style and media gathered on the Upper East Side for Anna Wintour’s annual Met Gala. Dozens of celebrities visited the Upper East Side decked out in gorgeous gowns and tuxedos inspired by the event’s theme “Comme des Garcons” french for “like some boys.” The guest list ranged from Rihanna to Tom Brady with tickets starting at $30,000 per person.
Well New York, we have certainly had a go. Your winter may not have been comparable to the arctic tundra of the Midwest, but your springs (or lack thereof) may as well be sisters.
Despite when the weather outside may be telling you, spring is around the corner (or at least I hope so). The start of spring means the start of the most loved and hated season of them all: swimsuit season.
Finding the perfect swimsuit is like finding a salaried position in media, near impossible. While I may not be able to help you with the latter, I’ve got some ideas on the former.
To some, my writing a hair post is incredibly unusual. My hair has been called unruly, uncontrollable, and unmanageable. Its benefits: natural volume and speedy growth. Its drawbacks: frequent tangles, coarse texture, easily damaged, and lack of shine. In order to combat the drawbacks, I rely on these five products to emphasize its natural volume and give it the shine it needs.
Valentines Day is next Tuesday, and whether you’ll be spending it across the table from someone special or curled up on your couch with a full glass of wine in one hand and a piece of pizza in the other (cough me cough), you still need something to wear.
You get out of work later than usual which puts you in a funk because your best friend is visiting. Getting home late will throw off all of your plans. You impatiently wait for the one train to take you uptown. The sign reads 4 min away, but you wait for over ten. By this time, the number of people waiting for the train has increased exponentially, and everyone is forced to squeeze on when it finally decides to arrive.
Despite it being early February, most people ignore the extra space each puffy coat takes up and pack sardine style into each subway car. You resent each new passenger boarding, your new enemies, imagining them taking pleasure in surrounding you as tight as possible. “Can’t they wait for the next one?” you wonder. You clearly can’t do that because you have important things to do. Obviously.
For those of you that know me, you know my hair.
For those of you that don’t, let me fill you in. My hair is long, frizzy, and HUGE. I did not inherit the same enviable thickness of my mother’s, but I can still somehow leave clumps of strands everywhere without going completely bald.