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Reuters’s research experts conducted a survey in 19 super-major cities in the world, concerning protecting women from sexual and cultural abuse, women & health care, women & economy, and women & education.

According to the survey, women living in Cairo, the capital of Egypt, have the worst situation, followed by Karachi, the capital of Pakistan, Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, and New Delhi, the capital of India. The best cities for women’s living environment are London, then Tokyo and Paris.

Every aspect of City Women®’s daily post tells them how to care for and care for themselves.

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Many people will compare City Women’s fashion with the general fashion trends, but this should not be the case. The range of fashion trends is very limited, and city women’s fashion pursues an “art of life.” Its realm should be to extract the essence from the fashion trend, to refine the true meaning of city women’s fashion, to enrich women’s aesthetics and taste, and to create their own beautiful temperament. City Women’s fashion pursuit is not a passive follow-up, but a rational and skilled control. City Women’s fashion is an all-encompassing concept. Its tentacles penetrate into every aspect of city women’s life. Generally speaking, city women’s fashion should bring them a pleasant mood and elegance, pureness, taste and extraordinary feelings, giving women different temperament and charm, reflect the extraordinary taste of women, exquisite, and reveal personality. Every woman has her own fashion, and city women fashion is a cyclical change.

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At a time when work and life are getting faster and faster, what health problems are plaguing our busy city women? What are the similarities and concerns of people living in different cities at different ages?

The over-expenditure of physical strength and mental strength is threatening the health of city women. the survey suggests 73.2% of the respondents were in poor health or worried, and the proportion of women with poor health was 10% higher than that of men. This situation is related to (some) women’s own weak body condition and most women are often involved in housework in addition to work. The survey also showed that sub-health has been growing a clear trend of youthfulness, and the health status of young people was far worse than that of middle-aged people. Young City Women need more planned fitness routine and health tips.


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  • An Ode to the Enduring Style of The Golden Girls

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    Much-beloved show The Golden Girls has been in the news a lot lately. Not only was it recently rebooted for a charitable cause with an all-Black cast consisting of Tracee Ellis Ross, Regina King, Sanaa Lathan and Alfre Woodard, but it also finally found an on-demand home via Amazon Prime, just in time to honour the groundbreaking sitcom’s 35th anniversary.

    When someone told me that The Golden Girls was now streaming, I honestly couldn’t get away from the conversation fast enough so the binge-watching could begin. In addition to being the television equivalent of the warm hug I need right now–I used to watch re-runs every day after school, and have dozens of quotes filed away in my memory bank–I was also incredibly eager to revisit the style moments of Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia throughout the seven years The Golden Girls was on the air. (And they weren’t just prolific in terms of their outfits–one glimpse at Blanche’s leaf-accented boudoir décor and you’d swear you were looking at a contemporary bedroom; and they loved a good splash of ‘millennial pink’ at a time when it was just plain old dusty rose.)

    From Dorothy’s experimental silhouettes–think cocoon shapes, asymmetrical details and lots of layers–to Blanche’s seductive silky and sequinned attire (she also occasionally wore athleisure ensembles any hypebeast today would snap up in a second), the Golden Girls exemplified “advanced style” before it was a commodity. In addition to teaching my young self many lessons about tolerance, resilience, feminism and the healing nature of humour, it definitely planted the seed of sartorial devotion that still grows in me today.

    Whether you’re an ardent fan or new to the show, here’s a breakdown of the Golden Girls’ style – plus pieces you can purchase today to bring a little sunshine into your own life right now.

    Dorothy Zbornak

    Bea Arthur’s character, Dorothy Zbornak, is my favourite of the foursome. She’s my soulmate in sarcasm and her looks were bold, adventurous and very forward-thinking. She loved an off-beat print, unusual colour combinations and girl put a boxy jacket on EVERYTHING. Her artful jewellery choices were also highly covetable.

    Rose Nylund

    As the sweet-hearted Minnesota native Rose Nylund, the incomparable Betty White wore a wardrobe composed of subtle hues, retro silhouettes and accessories like pearl earrings and beaded necklaces. Her knitwear collection–bursting with charming motifs like teddy bears and pastoral scenes–is unrivalled, and definitely the sweater weather inspo ideal for this time of year.

     

    Blanche Deveraux

    Sexy southerner Blanche Deveraux, portrayed by Rue McClanahan, favoured sultry items like form-fitting jumpsuits, low-necked dresses and floaty blouses paired with tapered trousers. She also had a penchant for pieces with peplum waists, and never said no to a garment covered in dazzling embellishments like sequins and beading.

    Sophia Petrillo

    While Estelle Getty’s role as Sicilian matriarch Sophia Petrillo is best known for one of the most memorable television catchphrases of the 1980s: “Picture it…”, the feisty character’s closet mustn’t be overlooked. Boasting dresses featuring patterns and prints from folksy florals to graphic stripes that were typically topped with a chunky cardigan and always accompanied by her beaded handbag (and very on-trend glasses chain), her outfits are perfect references for a fall WFH wardrobe.

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  • A Skims Shapewear Collection For Brides Has Arrived, and Yes, There’s Something Blue

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    “Whether you’re planning a virtual or socially-distant wedding, Skims has you covered to make you feel your best on your special day,” the press release stated. Available now on the Skims site, the 12-product collection ranges from $32 to $148, with sizes XXS/XS to 4X/5X available. Check out the striking campaign imagery and shop the complete collection ahead.

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  • Lily Collins’s Romantic Engagement Ring Is So Big, I Can Almost See My Reflection

    September 25, 2020 at 07:26PM

    Lily Collins is engaged to Charlie McDowell! On Sept. 25, the happy couple shared photos of the exciting moment on their Instagram grids, along with a few snaps of Lily’s gorgeous engagement ring. “Lily Collins’s beautiful engagement ring appears to be a two- to three-carat morganite center stone set in a diamond halo with a brushed yellow gold setting,” Andrew Brown of WP Diamonds told POPSUGAR. The ring is estimated to retail for $4,000, and we have a feeling it would fit in beautifully with Lily’s Emily in Paris outfits.

    “In a time of uncertainty and darkness you have illuminated my life. I will forever cherish my adventure with you,” Charlie captioned a photo of Lily showing off her glittering new ring. “I’ve been waiting my lifetime for you and I can’t wait to spend our lifetime together . . . ,” Lily wrote on her own Instagram post. Feast your eyes on a close-up photo of the ring – and on the adorable moment Charlie got down on one knee – here.

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  • TIFF 2020: These Are the Up-and-Coming Canadian Actors to Know

    September 25, 2020 at 06:20PM


    The 2020 Toronto International Film Festival wrapped this past weekend, and though it featured a reduced slate of 50 films (down from over 300 last year), there were still plenty of buzzy films to talk about. And starring in some of the most acclaimed titles of TIFF 2020 are several up-and-coming Canadian actors. Read on to learn more about the rising stars emerging from the festival this year. And get familiar with their faces—you’ll be seeing a lot of them in the future.

    Eli Goree

    Playing Cassius Clay—later known as Muhammad Ali—in Regina King’s feature directorial debut One Night in Miami, Halifax-born Eli Goree is pure swagger and confidence. The actor previously appeared in the Jesse Owens biopic Race (starring another Canadian rising star, Stephan James) and currently has a recurring role on Riverdale, but it’s this film—in which Ali gathers with Sam Cooke, Malcolm X and Jim Brown to celebrate his World Heavyweight Championship win in Miami—that’s sure to propel Goree to stardom. His performance as Ali, it turns out, has been years in the making. He first began preparing to play the sports legend in the hopes of landing the lead role in an Ang Lee film that was subsequently shelved. But Goree, for whom it was a lifelong dream to play Ali, never stopped training. “I thought ‘I’m going to keep working on this because at some point there will be another opportunity to play Cassius and I want to be prepared,’” he tells us over the phone. That opportunity came soon enough, and Goree doubled down on his training even more, working with boxing instructors and dialect coaches to nail the rhythm and cadence of the American icon. “You can never fully emulate someone who was the best ever at what he did but you want to honour and respect it, and create a sense of authenticity so when people watch it they don’t get taken out of the story. It was a big undertaking and I really gave it my all.”

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    Kiawentiio Tarbell

    Director Tracey Deere was a young girl during the 1990 Oka Crisis when Quebec police faced off with Mohawk communities trying to protect their burial ground from the expansion of a neighbouring golf course. Her experiences during that chaotic time formed the basis of her debut feature film, Beans. 14-year-old Mohawk actress Kiawentiio Tarbell (whom viewers might recognize from her stint on Anne With An E) plays the lead character, whose life is turned upside down during the crisis. “It’s really crazy that this even happened, I don’t understand how people could have done that to anybody,” Tarbell, who had heard about the crisis growing up, says over the phone. “Hearing it from a personal perspective like Tracey’s, it’s a lot to take in. I was a little nervous at first. I knew there was a lot of trauma and a lot of things I had to do that were uncomfortable. But Tracey made sure I knew that it was going to be a safe space.” A keen songwriter, Tarbell also worked on a song throughout the process of filming, which eventually made its way to the film’s end credits. “The song is about overcoming difficult things. I wanted it to be empowering, because Beans as a character is really empowering and she’s a symbol of resistance.”

    Madeleine Sims-Fewer

    Born in Kawartha Lakes, Ont., Madeleine Sims-Fewer moved with her family to the UK when she was just two years old. As an adult, she returned to Canada to study filmmaking at Toronto’s York University. In 2015, she met fellow filmmaker Dusty Mancinelli at a TIFF Talent Lab, and the duo have since created three short films and one feature, Violation, which premiered at TIFF 2020. “We’re interested in characters who are complex and nuanced, and not black-and-white and one-sided,” she says over the phone. “There’s a line [a character] says in Violation: ‘everyone’s medium-shitty.’ And that’s really something that appeals to us.” Sexual assault is a common thread that runs through their experimental films, and helps the filmmakers process complicated emotions about their own experiences with abuse. For this film in particular, Sims-Fewer decided to cast herself in the lead role because she knew she could push herself to achieve what the character needed to portray on screen. “I knew that it was going to be incredibly emotionally and physically demanding, and I knew whoever played the role was going to live in a really difficult headspace for quite a long time.” Read our full interview with Sims-Fewer here.

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    Bahia Watson

    The Winnipeg-born actress has been playing Brianna on The Handmaid’s Tale since Season 1 and most recently appeared with Schitt’s Creek’s Noah Reid in The Archivists, a dystopian short film in which society has devolved and art has been made illegal. The film, which premiered at TIFF last week, isn’t a cautionary tale but “does make us think about governing and what it’s capable of in terms of limiting our access to the arts.” As a biracial woman, Watson often found herself receiving audition calls for stereotypical characters like ‘Shaniqua from the hood’ and decided that in order to appear in projects that were more fleshed out and well-rounded, she’d just have to write them herself. So in addition to acting (on stage and screen), Watson also writes her own music and theatre productions. Read our full interview with the actress here.

    Joel Oulette

    18-year-old Cree actor Joel Oulette had two projects premiering at TIFF this year: Monkey Beach, a supernatural film based on a novel by Eden Robinson, and Trickster, a CBC series also based on a Robinson story. Directed by Michelle Latimer, the series follows an Indigenous teen, played by Oulette, struggling to support his dysfunctional family amid myth, magic and monsters. “Not a lot of Native kids get represented,” said Oulette, about the need for more Indigenous representation on screen. “They don’t really see the potential they could really have. I feel like being young and being on a TV show like this, it can really open their minds up.” Trickster begins airing on CBC on October 7.

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  • 4 Editor-Tested Old Navy Sweatpants We Give the Comfy Stamp of Approval

    September 25, 2020 at 06:30PM

    Have sweatpants eclipsed your favorite pair of jeans or classic black blazer as the ultimate wardrobe staple in 2020? I’m personally living in mine on a daily basis. There are millions of options out there, so what pair is best for you? I decided to start at Old Navy – the brand has perfected comfy yet cute loungewear.

    To step it up a notch, I enlisted my fellow shopping editors to each test out a different pair of sweatpants from the site and serve up their honest reviews. Ahead, see how each editor styled them, then consider an option for yourself. Coziness is calling!

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  • Emma Roberts Shows Us the Perfect Mama’s Minidress, and It Just Happens to Be Versace

    September 25, 2020 at 05:57PM

    Emma Roberts is expecting a baby boy with boyfriend Garrett Hedlund, and ever since announcing her pregnancy in a dreamy white maxi gown by Sleeper, she’s been dressing up in the cutest maternity looks we ever did see. Most of these come with the help of her stylist, Brit Elkin, who shares all of Emma’s looks on Instagram. The latest is this little Versace minidress that perfectly hugged the actress’s growing bump and featured a looser fit at the chest and sleeves. Knowing that all minidresses – no matter the details – look effortlessly sexy with a pair of pumps, Emma followed suit, capping off the look with an embellished minibag.

    “This @versace look coming in #january but not allowed to say for what yet…” Emma wrote on Instagram, teasing an upcoming project, or perhaps even a special photo shoot, that she put on the outfit for. Emma’s exact design is in fact available to shop – the splashy floral pattern is part of the new-season collection, so you’ll likely spot it again – but it retails for a whopping $1,820. Not to worry. Ahead, we rounded up some similar minidresses for you at a more affordable price point, all of which come in slightly darker tones with long sleeves like Emma’s, since it is the fall season, after all.

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  • Hydrating Cider Popsicles For A Warm Fall Season

    September 25, 2020 at 05:58PM


    A popsicle? In autumn? Hear us out – these simple herbal popsicles will deeply nourish and ground you, helping to fuel you through the seasonal transition. Plus they taste amazing! Like tart, warming cider… frozen.

    This clever and functional recipe comes to us from whip-smart clinical herbalist, Lauren Haynes, founder of Wooden Spoon Herbs. Listen as she breaks down each ingredient — these are worth stocking up on in bulk for pops, tea and all kinds of deeply nourishing herbal recipes…

    Nettle | A veritable vault of nutrition, containing vitamins from A to K, protein, and a bevy of minerals from selenium to zinc. It’s great for nourishing the adrenals and promoting energy after a long summer of playtime.

    Oatstraw | Super high in calcium and magnesium, oatstraw helps fortify the myelin sheath, which is essentially the insulation around the wires that are our neural networks. It fortifies and helps rebuild the nervous system.

    Hibiscus | Packed with vitamin C and other antioxidants, supports cardiovascular and liver health, and is amazing for hydrating the body.

    Cinnamon | A warming spice that is full of antioxidants, supports healthy blood sugar levels, and promotes blood circulation. Perfect for chilly fall days.

    Autumnal Calming Pops
    Makes 12-15 popsicles

    ¼ cup dried nettle
    ¼ cup dried oat tops or oatstraw
    ½ cup dried hibiscus flowers
    2” cinnamon stick
    ¼ – ½ raw wildflower honey
    2 droppers of your favorite herbal tincture (optional: my Solar Power Energy is perfect here)

    In a quart jar or infused, pour nearly boiling water over your dried herbs. Cover and steep for an hour. Stir in your honey and pour into popsicle molds. Let them freeze for 4+ hours, until frozen solid. To get the popsicles out, run warm water over the mold until they come loose. Enjoy while sitting in the sun!

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  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Trainer Pays Tribute By Doing Push-Ups Near Her Casket

    September 25, 2020 at 06:18PM

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  • Adidas Rolls Out a Sneaker With Actual Lego Bricks That You Can Try to Score Now

    September 25, 2020 at 04:38PM

    Lego is the nostalgic brand from your childhood taking hold of the fashion world – this week, anyway. After recently announcing a clothing collaboration with Levi’s, Lego will now allow you to complete the outfit from head-to-toe thanks to its new take on the Adidas Original ZX8000 sneaker, which is part of the A-ZX series. The eye-catching athletic shoe will definitely go down in the Adidas archives as a collector’s item and was expected to sell out quickly right off the bat, with early images of the shoe circulating over the internet more than a week before the initial drop date. Now, you can enter the raffle for the shoes on the Adidas app until all items are sold out.

    The little details are really what sell this shoe – the colorblock palette will instantly remind you of the bricks you used to play with, and the lace options are interchangeable, so you can mix and match them with the brick lace jewel add-ons. Essentially, you’re able to “build up” and personalize your own sneakers with the purchase of these puppies, and that makes a whole lot of sense to us. You’ll also be flaunting the Lego logo proudly on the tongue of the shoe, just in case passersby aren’t sure what your trainers are meant to look like. Pshh, as if the actual Lego brick clipped onto the front laces isn’t an immediate giveaway.

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  • We’re Dizzy Trying to Keep Track of J Lo’s Sexy Designer Looks in “Pa Ti” + “Lonely”

    September 25, 2020 at 04:32PM

    Jennifer Lopez and Maluma graced us with nine minutes of a combined video for their new songs “Pa Ti” and “Lonely,” for which J Lo dressed quite glamorously. Jennifer worked with her longtime stylists Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn on her wardrobe, which included sophisticated, tailored designs that are either dripping in jewels or complete with skin-baring cutouts. Leave it to J Lo to still pull off her dance moves flawlessly – even while standing tall in her bedazzled stiletto heels.

    The first moment we see J Lo on the screen, she’s swathed in diamonds and rocking an off-the-shoulder Self-Portrait swimsuit (which, bonus, is actually still available to shop). But then she gets dressed in her Tibi power suit, which she sheds off, piece by piece, as the minutes progress. By the end of “Lonely,” we’re pretty much dizzy trying to count all the designers Jennifer’s put on.

    From her LaQuan Smith catsuit – the sheer-paneled, body-hugging design she wears for a prison scene inspired by Chicago – to her furry Sally LaPointe and Fendi coats, it’s safe to say Rob and Mariel called just about every fashion house in their database to bring this film to life. Keep reading for a fully detailed look at all of J Lo’s outfits.

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  • What Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik’s ‘Exciting’ First Days With Their Baby Girl Have Been Like in NYC

    September 25, 2020 at 04:24PM

    “Gigi is on a high and can’t believe they created an angel.”

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  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Become the First Woman to Lie in State at the U.S. Capitol

    September 25, 2020 at 03:49PM

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  • I Handpicked the Coolest Chunky Boots to Invest in This Autumn

    September 25, 2020 at 02:00PM


    If there’s one item of clothing I wear the most during the autumn months, it would have to be flat boots. Unlike my ever-growing jacket collection, I find that I tend to stick to one perfect pair, which I then go on to wear until they’re literally falling apart at the seams. Yet for some reason, up until 2020, it’s always been such a struggle to find a style which ticks all the boxes: I need them to be comfy, hard-wearing, not extortionately expensive and, of course, stylish.  

    However, thanks to Bottega Veneta, chunky boots have been flourishing over the last 12 months, and it’s gone from being a niche shoe offering to something that is available in a variety of iterations from both high street and designer brands. There’s so much to choose from: You’ve got the “extra” Chelsea boots, which typically come with dramatic calf-grazing height, classic lace-ups for those craving an ’80s punk vibe, and of course, there’s the “don’t mess with me” XXL variety, inspired by Prada’s viral Beatle boots. 

    These statement-making (yet no less practical) styles are your cold-weather answer to 2020’s Velcro sandals (aka they’re an easy way to give any outfit an edge). Throw some on with a floral dress and watch it become instantly more interesting, or elevate your fave jeans-and–white-T-shirt pairing with a high-impact buckled pair (you can’t get much better than & Other Stories’ duo buckle leather boots). Scroll down to see and shop the best chunky-boot styles to invest in this autumn.

    Elevate your fave jeans and knitwear pairing with a chunky zip-up style.

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  • Why Demi Lovato Ended Her Engagement With Max Ehrich: ‘She Doesn’t Trust Him’

    September 25, 2020 at 02:02PM

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    • An Ode to the Enduring Style of The Golden Girls

      September 25, 2020 at 07:53PM


      Much-beloved show The Golden Girls has been in the news a lot lately. Not only was it recently rebooted for a charitable cause with an all-Black cast consisting of Tracee Ellis Ross, Regina King, Sanaa Lathan and Alfre Woodard, but it also finally found an on-demand home via Amazon Prime, just in time to honour the groundbreaking sitcom’s 35th anniversary.

      When someone told me that The Golden Girls was now streaming, I honestly couldn’t get away from the conversation fast enough so the binge-watching could begin. In addition to being the television equivalent of the warm hug I need right now–I used to watch re-runs every day after school, and have dozens of quotes filed away in my memory bank–I was also incredibly eager to revisit the style moments of Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia throughout the seven years The Golden Girls was on the air. (And they weren’t just prolific in terms of their outfits–one glimpse at Blanche’s leaf-accented boudoir décor and you’d swear you were looking at a contemporary bedroom; and they loved a good splash of ‘millennial pink’ at a time when it was just plain old dusty rose.)

      From Dorothy’s experimental silhouettes–think cocoon shapes, asymmetrical details and lots of layers–to Blanche’s seductive silky and sequinned attire (she also occasionally wore athleisure ensembles any hypebeast today would snap up in a second), the Golden Girls exemplified “advanced style” before it was a commodity. In addition to teaching my young self many lessons about tolerance, resilience, feminism and the healing nature of humour, it definitely planted the seed of sartorial devotion that still grows in me today.

      Whether you’re an ardent fan or new to the show, here’s a breakdown of the Golden Girls’ style – plus pieces you can purchase today to bring a little sunshine into your own life right now.

      Dorothy Zbornak

      Bea Arthur’s character, Dorothy Zbornak, is my favourite of the foursome. She’s my soulmate in sarcasm and her looks were bold, adventurous and very forward-thinking. She loved an off-beat print, unusual colour combinations and girl put a boxy jacket on EVERYTHING. Her artful jewellery choices were also highly covetable.

      Rose Nylund

      As the sweet-hearted Minnesota native Rose Nylund, the incomparable Betty White wore a wardrobe composed of subtle hues, retro silhouettes and accessories like pearl earrings and beaded necklaces. Her knitwear collection–bursting with charming motifs like teddy bears and pastoral scenes–is unrivalled, and definitely the sweater weather inspo ideal for this time of year.

       

      Blanche Deveraux

      Sexy southerner Blanche Deveraux, portrayed by Rue McClanahan, favoured sultry items like form-fitting jumpsuits, low-necked dresses and floaty blouses paired with tapered trousers. She also had a penchant for pieces with peplum waists, and never said no to a garment covered in dazzling embellishments like sequins and beading.

      Sophia Petrillo

      While Estelle Getty’s role as Sicilian matriarch Sophia Petrillo is best known for one of the most memorable television catchphrases of the 1980s: “Picture it…”, the feisty character’s closet mustn’t be overlooked. Boasting dresses featuring patterns and prints from folksy florals to graphic stripes that were typically topped with a chunky cardigan and always accompanied by her beaded handbag (and very on-trend glasses chain), her outfits are perfect references for a fall WFH wardrobe.

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  • A Skims Shapewear Collection For Brides Has Arrived, and Yes, There’s Something Blue

    September 25, 2020 at 07:34PM

    Yet another Skims collection is coming down the aisle. A year after launching her “solutionwear” brand, Kim Kardashian has unveiled her smart Skims Bridal Collection, which consists of sculpting underwear, comfortable bras, and flattering bodysuits in either Marble, a soft white shade, or a baby blue called – you guessed it – Something Blue. Among the new items is also a glamorous silk robe with “Mrs” embroidered on the breast pocket.

    “Whether you’re planning a virtual or socially-distant wedding, Skims has you covered to make you feel your best on your special day,” the press release stated. Available now on the Skims site, the 12-product collection ranges from $32 to $148, with sizes XXS/XS to 4X/5X available. Check out the striking campaign imagery and shop the complete collection ahead.

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  • Lily Collins’s Romantic Engagement Ring Is So Big, I Can Almost See My Reflection

    September 25, 2020 at 07:26PM

    Lily Collins is engaged to Charlie McDowell! On Sept. 25, the happy couple shared photos of the exciting moment on their Instagram grids, along with a few snaps of Lily’s gorgeous engagement ring. “Lily Collins’s beautiful engagement ring appears to be a two- to three-carat morganite center stone set in a diamond halo with a brushed yellow gold setting,” Andrew Brown of WP Diamonds told POPSUGAR. The ring is estimated to retail for $4,000, and we have a feeling it would fit in beautifully with Lily’s Emily in Paris outfits.

    “In a time of uncertainty and darkness you have illuminated my life. I will forever cherish my adventure with you,” Charlie captioned a photo of Lily showing off her glittering new ring. “I’ve been waiting my lifetime for you and I can’t wait to spend our lifetime together . . . ,” Lily wrote on her own Instagram post. Feast your eyes on a close-up photo of the ring – and on the adorable moment Charlie got down on one knee – here.

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  • Three Things Stacey Abrams Wishes You Knew About Voting Rights

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