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Sofia Richie Speaks on Haters in the Fashion Industry

Le 6 décembre 2016, 05:53 dans Humeurs 0

As a child of music royalty, Sofia Richie has been blessed with a unique set of privileges as well as opportunities; however, she has still had to overcome several obstacles—especially when it came to her career.

Though many know Sofia as the daughter of Lionel Richie, younger sister of Nicole Richie, and the former girlfriend of Justin Bieber, the 17-year-old has been making a name for herself in the world of fashion. Not only has she modeled for publications like Elle, Vogue China, and Vanity Fair Italy, Sofia also made her runway debut in Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 4 show earlier this year. Pretty impressive gigs, no doubt, but that hasn’t stopped others from questioning her abilities.

The 5-foot-6 tall Sofia doesn’t have the typical frame of a model, which is one of her biggest criticism. Many insist she doesn’t have the height of a professional model, and is only getting jobs because of her famous last name. But it appears Sofia isn’t bothered by the haters.

“It’s not like I called and begged these designers to work with me,” she explains in her new Complex cover story. “They felt my vibe and we were cool and that’s that. People obviously don’t respect some of the shoots I do because I’m short and this or that, but I really don’t let that stuff get to me.”

It’s good to know she isn’t letting the hate bring her down.Read more at:pink prom dresses | mermaid prom dresses

White and Chic For ‘The Wedding Party’ Grand Premiere

Le 25 novembre 2016, 12:18 dans Humeurs 0

‘The Wedding Party’ grand premiere is in a few days and picking what to wear to such an event with a colour specific theme can sometimes be harder than picking what company to buy out or what stocks to sell.

You want to look sophisticated, classy and feel confident in your outfit to rock that red carpet effortlessly while sticking to the theme of ‘White and Chic’. You have to be careful not to overdress or under dress, in other words there has to be a balance in your outfit even if you want to add a dramatic flair. Always remember, with fashion less is more which is why you cannot go wrong with a lacy midi dress and plunging neckline. Pair it with heels, an embellished champagne clutch and gold accessories and you are set. You could also pair a lacy top with straight pants or skirt or a pair of wide legged pants with a simple top to draw attention to the piece of item you want to standout. To add a pop of colour or express your artistic side, you can play around with your accessories like using a fully embellished clutch purse, bright coloured shoes or chunky jewellery.

For the men, which admittedly can be a little tough, a properly tailored suit will go a long way. You can also wear African attire if you feel more comfortable in them. Your tie and shoes give you some room to play around with colours, throw in some accessories such as lapel pins, pocket squares, bracelets or chains and you are red carpet ready.Read more at: |

Idea to get fake-drunk at wedding is wrong

Le 22 novembre 2016, 10:12 dans Humeurs 0

Q. I married my husband seven years ago.

A close girlfriend of mine was one of my bridesmaids. She got ridiculously drunk at my wedding. She ran around the dance floor like an idiot. She hit on one of my husband’s married friends in front of his wife. She threw up in the bathroom and my aunt had to take her car keys away.

It makes me sick to watch my wedding video because she is everywhere, acting like an idiot. Now she is planning her wedding and I feel like I should get stupid-wasted (or act stupid-wasted) at her wedding so she can feel all the hell she put me through.

My husband is not interested in going to her wedding because of her actions at our wedding. He wants to RSVP that we will not be attending and send a card with money, but if I am going to give her a card with money, then I should go to the reception and act like an fool.

Your thoughts? DISTURBED

A. Your idea to get — or act — “stupid-wasted” and crash through this person’s wedding is delightfully bananas. I suggest you immediately get to work on a screenplay with this bridal-revenge concept as the primary plot, in order to get it out of your system.

Otherwise, back away from this idea. It is dumb, mean, churlish, and a reputation-killer for you.

Imagine that if you actually acted out the fantasy, you would be harming not only the bride, but also her groom and other guests. Surely you should not take so many innocent people hostage, even if your bridesmaid did this to you.

Do not attend this wedding. Do not send money.

The meanest thing I give you permission to do is to copy your wedding footage and slip a DVD into an envelope, along with a note to this person: “Take a look at my wedding video. I’m sure you’ll notice your performance on my wedding day. I certainly hope you have better luck choosing your bridesmaids than I did. We won’t be there to find out, however.”

Q. I have a boyfriend of two years that I love very much.

“Trey” didn’t have a great childhood and grew up with a very controlling father and passive mother, so his ability to connect isn’t the greatest.

When things are good between us, they are great, but he has anxiety and depression, and despite seeing a counselor and trying meds he still has these outbursts where he gets so angry, blames me for things I have nothing to do with, and shuts me out completely — sometimes for days.

I have my own issues with depression and loss, so these times cause extreme panic for me.

I’m not sure if I should stick it out for the wonderful person I know he is, hoping we can grow to accept each other’s faults, or if I should leave because his outbursts and the constant fights are bringing me lower and taking me to a place I don’t want to be in.

Is there any hope for us to be together? I’d like for our relationship to work out. HELP IN NYC

A. It would be very easy to fantasize about things changing for the better.

What you really have to imagine, however, is what life would be like for you if nothing changes, or — just as likely — if things get worse for him (and/or you).

Being a survivor of a tough childhood marks him for relational challenges in adulthood. Depression and anxiety on top of his childhood experience makes this a triple-whammy.

You struggle with your own vulnerabilities. You no doubt understand that having a commitment toward health and well-being is only the first step toward a balanced and happy enough life. After that, you have to make very deliberate and tough choices to protect your own health.

If he has frequent outbursts and you two engage in “constant fights,” then you should leave the relationship, even if you believe that this behavior is a symptom of his mental illness.Read more at:prom dresses uk | blue prom dresses

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