While some of us will reset the calendar a little worse for wear, holiday hangovers are as much expected as the boozy bonanzas that birth them, right? Wrong.
If only Christmas could be this sleek for all of us — Rihanna attended Jay-Z’s L.A. concert in a Catwoman-worthy outfit.
Baby, it's cold outside — and plastic surgeons are enjoying a seasonal change as patients rush in to get work done ahead of Christmas and New Year.
Holiday cards are only getting more and more creative, and actress Holly Robinson Peete‘s is at the top of the list. In an effort to capture some nostalgia from an earlier holiday card, the family of six re-created their portrait from 12 years ago.
Tracee Ellis Ross has blessed the masses with a stunning number available in inclusive sizes — from small to 3X — that'll work for every occasion and flatter every body type.
Emily Ratajkowski defended her sexy Love Magazine Advent video, saying any judgment over it is a case of "classic sexism." Meanwhile, Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima says she'll no longer pose nearly nude for "an empty cause." Whose case for feminist empowerment is more on target?
Jen the Body Painter applied her talents once to to make someone naked appear fully clothed.
If you’re one of the lucky ones who’s received a holiday card from the Weise family, you might have thought, ‘Wow, those are some strong genes.’ After that initial confusion wears off, you’ll realize it’s just a really good case of face swap. Amy and Ryan Weise hired their friend and photographer Casey Brodley for a traditional family photoshoot, but the end result is anything but.
Laura Dern embraced the holiday season on the "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" red carpet in a shiny scarlet pantsuit.
This guide is centered entirely around Amazon, where you can shop for all of your holiday gifts without having to leave the comfort of your own couch.
Alexis Johnson, 23, celebrated the 17th anniversary of her paralysis with an inspiring post on Instagram.
Kimberly Ortiz, a sales assistant in Las Vegas, has been told during her whole career that she looks like Mariah Carey.
"She said it was the best present she has ever received in her life," says one of Jeanie's four granddaughters.
Gifts range from a set of two iconic Tiffany & Co. blue coffee cups made of bone china, rose-colored sneakers from Nike's chic collaboration with A.L.C., and golden hoop earrings by Emma Watson's go-to jeweler, Laura Lombardi.
Sanitation workers manage to rescue a bag of $10,000 in hand-made jewelry that a store had mistakenly left out in the garbage.
Have a holiday party coming up and no ideas for what to wear? Try an idea from Bey. Grab a feather dress and a matching clutch and pumps, and you’re there.
A velvety wrap dress is the perfect outfit to wear to all of your holiday parties, dinners, and date nights. Shop nine picture-perfect holiday dresses inspired by Chrissy Teigen’s look.
Traditionally, women were encouraged to “dress modestly” to avert the male gaze. Luckily, “modest” style has evolved within the fashion world to become a means for reclaiming one’s own power and sexuality. For some, modest dress is the norm because they are devoutly religious. For others, it just means wanting to wear a long skirt for the sake of it. The point is: It’s entirely liberating to cover up. If you’re skeptical that dressing modestly is actually a trend, consider this: Vanessa Friedman, fashion director at the New York Times , considers it to be the defining trend of the 2010s, and the proof is on the runway. There’s the Row , Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s luxury label beloved by fashion insiders that marries minimalism and romanticism, referred to once as “ subdued bohemianism .” There’s Céline , the French label under Phoebe Philo’s creative direction ( for the time being ), whose ’80s-inspired workwear-like trousers and trenches inspire knock-offs the world over. And then there’s Victoria Beckham , whose recent spring 2018 ready-to-wear show was decidedly delicate and demure (what, did you expect something else from a former Spice Girl?). Meanwhile, shoppers are looking for “modest” fashion in their own online odysseys. According to the social media shopping site Polyvore, searches for the term “modest” are up 55 percent in the last month, as consumers from El Paso and Sao Paulo to Jakarta and Denver uncover results for “hijab fashion,” “abaya,” and “pashmina” in internet queries. Perhaps most surprising, the majority of Polyvore searches for “ hijab ” in the past month came from ages 18 to 24. Luckily for those people, there are a handful of e-commerce sites devoted solely to modest shopping. ModLi, a site on which you can filter your clothing searches by neckline, skirt length, sleeve length, and head covering, claims it “promotes the nuanced ideal that modesty doesn’t mean hiding but rather showcasing natural beauty in a classy way. The Modist is perfect for the luxury shopper whose tastes may be reserved but whose wallet certainly isn’t.” The extent to which you take the modest look is entirely up to you. If you’re a practicing Orthodox Jew, covering your arms to your elbows and your legs to your knees can be stylish without being constricting. Or maybe you’re just sick of the sequined holiday party minidress. Either way, here are five modest, chic outfit ideas for any holiday outing, celebrating both the season and your body, however you choose to. Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • 13 gifts that look crazy expensive — but are under $50 • This mom is ‘going sassy’ in a pink velour dress for the holidays • What this plus-size model recommends wearing to your holiday party Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Whether you're holiday shopping for your coffee-fanatic friend, fashionista girlfriend, or hypebeast sibling, there is something for all — and all are under $50.