For anyone with a jiggly belly, formal dressing can be a nightmare. So here are some tips, tricks and guidelines for us muffins to look good at office, no matter our size! The first thing to keep in mind while dressing a roomy body for the workplace is the underwear.
One of the many things that fascinates me about high fashion is the innards of a true couture gown. The interior boning and stitching means that the dress can basically stand up by itself! No double-sided tape or plastic strips along the top edge or Spanx is necessary.
Inside a place of worship is the last place you'd want to accidentally flash your underwear. But unfortunately this is what almost happened to Jennifer Garner while attending a church service in LA recently. The actress revealed in this week's People magazine that she was so close to experiencing a wardrobe malfunction in full view of fellow parishioners after she didn't adjust her dress properly after a trip to the toilet. Garner and her son Samuel attending an LA church service in
Male from Melbourne, Australia. While we wait, why not look back at what made this show so great. Here are 15 of my favorite episodes of the Clip of the Week.
Are reality shows all scripted? Why should it matter if the drama is still so intense, and at least in the case of reality shows, unintentionally hilarious? When people slip out of their carefully-constructed facades and show us who they really are?
When embarassment strikes, our Bumpies visit our forums to vent with other moms-to-be and embrace the awkwardness. So just laugh it off! And just think—maybe baby is laughing with you not at youtoo!
Show Video. That you guys have, to stay here so I really don't have to be that funny it's, like you could not leave the room and. I, did enjoy me meeting, John and in the back before we start I just have to say he, asked me what my husband did and somehow the conversation, came up that he used to be a rapper, and. Mistake, I said oh yeah and he was most known for two songs shake.
Messengers are constantly picking up or delivering boatloads of Dior or Valentino or Versace or Prada clothes, shoes, bags—you name it—or perhaps an elaborate arrangement of white roses as a thank-you from someone at Calvin Klein, or even a special present for the stylist herself. She says she owes her success to her clients. It is a symbiotic relationship: the celebrity looks glamorous, and the brands get a free—well, free-ish—billboard.