The Duchess is reported to be considering seeing friends in the US - but is it that easy when you're a royal?
The festive period - with all its food, drink and slouching about on the sofa - is about to draw to a close. Which is probably a good thing for our bodies. As you brush the last mince pie crumbs from your Christmas jumper, take a look at these holidays, which will get the new year off to a healthy start. From foraging to fasting, Costa Rica to the Cotswolds, here are 14 of the best detox breaks in the UK and abroad.
Somebody call Martha Stewart! Holiday shopping isn’t easy but what comes after isn’t a walk in the park either. Do any of these 13 gift wrap fails look like your handiwork? Click through the gallery above to see more and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA
“There’s an underlying necessity to go into this type of conversation over the holidays,” Robyn Silverman, author of Good Girls Don’t Get Fat: How Weight Obsession Is Messing Up Our Girls and How We Can Help Them Thrive Despite It tells Yahoo Style. “We take our three small children on vacations with my in-laws at least twice a year,” she tells Yahoo Style.
If you’re short on cash this Christmas, consider these last minute gift ideas from the Dollar Store for $5 or less. Let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA!
We are in it to win it with our holiday gift guides! In this edition, we’re taking all the people who are hardest to shop for. What to buy your new sister-in-law you only see once a year? How about the teacher you kind of like, but more importantly, you need them to be on your side for next year?
New Year’s Eve planning can be stressful. Once you finally decide where to go, how to get there, and which friends are joining, there is still the question of what to wear. Whether you are planning to don a new party dress or are just looking to jazz up a trusty LBD, here are five easy ways to add an extra bit of pizzazz to your ensemble. Follow us on Facebook , Instagram , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
“The Christmas tree is a celebration of togetherness, a joyful symbol of hope and love. While the medical reference is more than evident, Hirst does take Christmas traditions into account. Giant pills are put together to resemble snowmen while garlands of sausage links are meant to reflect Christmas as being a time of plenty.
Kendall and Kylie might be full fledged fashion stars now, but they’re still chugging along with their Topshop collaborations. And while Kristmas is more than a month away, the two got into the holiday spirit early with their newest collection. In June, the Jenners reminded you that they lead a Cali-cool lifestyle (say what?) via their first klothing collection, including henleys stamped with “The Best Coast is the West Coast” and Hawaiian-printed rompers that sold out ASAP.
Ugly Christmas Sweaters might get all the attention during the holiday season, but Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights that lasts for eight nights, has some pretty unappealing maillots as well. Caroline Schaeffer Lewis wrote that she’s “disappointed to see that Nordstrom is selling such an offensive item that perpetuates negative stereotypes of Jewish women.” The sweater in question features a menorah on the front with all eight candles lit as well as the shamash (the middle).
Whether you realize it or not, the holidays are officially in full swing. Thanksgiving is a mere two weeks away, department stores are beginning to unveil their much belabored holiday windows, and seasonal merch is everywhere you turn. Among the first to announce its special holiday offerings is Tiffany & Co., which just released a limited-edition 18-piece “Out of Retirement” collection of archival jewelry and trinkets at the cooler-than-thou retail emporium Dover Street Market. “Partnering with Dover Street Market on a global level is a very exciting idea for us,” said Tiffany design director Francesca Amfitheatrof, a very groovy woman with an high art background.
Holidays are for family, celebration, and commemoration, but, let’s be honest, they’re also about clothes. More specifically, buying new ones for all the parties and events that fill up your social calendar from Thanksgiving to New Year’s. The season’s also about eating, but mostly drinking. So Bloomingdale’s combined all of these elements into one add.