As Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal tour comes to a close, Prince William and Kate Middleton are about to embark on their own!
Ami McClure, mom to the McClure twins, opens up to Yahoo Lifestyle about why she and her husband waited to tell the world that Justin is not their biological father.
Keah Brown — a 25-year-old journalist who has cerebral palsy — was feeling cute one day and decided to share the feeling with her followers. She didn’t expect this simple tweet featuring four pictures of herself to start an empowering movement, but it touched a nerve and took off.
Although the weather lately has been nothing short of wet, cold, and dreary, it seems that many shoppers are actually looking to bypass their winter gear in favor of something lighter — like a floral dress.Typically, floral print has been reserved for the spring (but don’t take our word for it — take Miranda Priestly's), but it seems the tides are turning. According to Polyvore, searches for floral-embroidered dresses rose a staggering 912 percent since this time last year, while floral maxi dresses increased by 23 percent, floral jackets by 37 percent, and floral maxi skirts by 24 percent. (This data was measured between November 2016 and January 2017 and is compared to stats over the same period in 2015.)And looking at the runways, florals have always been a consistent trend over many seasons, spotted at major shows like Vetements, Balenciaga, and Prada.Shoppers are either preparing for tropical getaways or they're looking to brighten up their usual bleak, monochromatic outfits during this depressing season. But the truth is, floral dresses can absolutely be worn during the winter. You just need to make sure to layer up. Pair your dress with stockings and booties, add on a cozy knit cardigan, shearling winter coat, and cute winter accessories like a pom-pom beanie and fur stole and you're set to go!If you feel daring enough to follow this trend, click ahead to shop 10 floral frocks that will make you look (if not feel) revitalized during this winter.Follow Yahoo Style on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
As a number of designers made statements refusing to dress the first lady during President Trump’s campaign for office, the subject of Melania Trump’s inaugural wear became a much-talked-about topic. The first lady looked stunning for the occasion, wearing a powder blue ensemble from American designer Ralph Lauren at the 58th presidential inauguration on Friday. Some pointed out that Melania’s style statement could be seen as a reference to former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy’s famous blue look on Inauguration Day back in 1961.
A few days ago, Brooke Basso had a morning job interview, leaving her husband Jeremy with baby duty. #daddyfail,” she captioned the hilarious photo, which she posted to Ellen DeGeneres’s Facebook page. “I do normally dress the baby but that morning I had a job interview so he stayed to do it,” Brooke told Scary Mommy.
A swiftly approaching wedding day can bring many things — a stressed-out mother-in-law, a quickly depleting bank account and, for many women, a crash diet. It’s not uncommon to feel pressure to lose weight before their big day, especially when you’re surrounded by images of women posting their “before and after” selfies.
Stop everything rainbow cheese toasties have dropped and they are every bit as trippy fabulous as they sound. According to the food blogger, the rainbow grilled cheese toastie costs 42 HKD, which is roughly a little over £3.
Can using dry shampoo damage your scalp and cause hair loss? It may have happened to this young woman.
Now if you’re wondering what the heck a bunny spa is, you’re not alone. “Bunnies are our friends here at 7th Heaven, so in celebration we have created the ultimate pamper destination to get away from London’s hustle and bustle,” explained the website for 7th Heaven, the London-based beauty retailer.
Khloé Kardashian has made no bones about celebrating her newly svelte figure. She posed provocatively on the cover of Complex (which was art directed by her sister, Kim), appears naked on the cover of her new book, and even stripped down for a photo shoot while on a family vacation in St. Barths. But that’s not the only way she’s showing off. On Wednesday she was spotted in New York in a figure-hugging Azzedine Alaia catsuit, while just the day before, she wore a black tuxedo version with sheer paneling by Prabal Gurung. Much like the original Catwoman, who was timid by day and turned into a seductress at night once she was in costume, these suits seem to have brought out Koko’s inner confidence. Think you’ve got what it takes to turn heads in this purrrrfect piece? Here are 7 catsuits to play around in a la Khloé.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
I love that each year brings a fresh take on beauty. New products, new colors, new techniques — the beauty world is always changing. After years of heavy, contoured makeup, I think we are ready for a big shift. Here’s what I see happening in beauty for 2016.
Whether you want to eliminate a double chin, fight acne, or get rid of that tattoo you regret, this year brought less invasive, faster and more effective treatments. A more natural-looking saline implant, a hair-removal laser that works on blond hair, injections that eliminate a double chin, and a radio frequency device that offers a nonsurgical alternative to a face lift are just a few of the innovations of 2015.
This past year, the beauty world was rocked by several awesome trends like a focus on skin care, colorful hair dye going mainstream, and a shift to low key, no-makeup makeup. But on the other end of the spectrum were some looks we’d consider unappealing, extreme, absurd, and unflattering. Related: The Products We Hope Will be in Kylie Jenner’s 2016 Makeup LineYou Can Test Out the Man Bun for Less Than $10The 7 Biggest Beauty Breakthroughs of 2015
October is the month most of us officially transition our summer wardrobe to our dreaded fall essentials. But putting away your tanks and dusting off your coats and scarves doesn’t have to be depressing — especially not when you add a few new pieces to liven up the transition. From the fitted roll-neck to the new white shirt, here are 5 perfect ways to heat up your fall wardrobe.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Just when you thought nail art was dead, Instagram has once again proved all of us wrong. With nearly 35,000 posts already, don’t be surprised if #disneynails makes an appearance on your feed in the near future. ALSO SEE: How Do You Get Hillary Clinton’s Attention? Nail ArtA great alternative for anyone who don’t feel like shelling out for a costume this Halloween, dressing up your nails is the next best thing. While Mickey and Minnie mouse are easily the popular Disney nails of choice, characters like Ursula from “The Little Mermaid,” Maleficent from “Sleeping Beauty,” and the Chipmunks have also been applied to tips.ALSO SEE: Watercolour nails are perfect for those who don’t do nail artClick through the gallery above to see if Disney nail art will convince you to give this nail trend another shot.
C’mon guys, now’s your chance to try out a little nail painting. [Photo: Twitter/YGAP Official] You might think it’s odd if one of your male work colleagues rocks up to the office with one of his nails painted blue, or if your housemate suddenly asks to borrow so of your polish, but it’s all for good cause. It’s a symbolic gesture, to help support and raise awareness of a global movement hoping to stop violence against children. And, thanks to the campaign’s accompanying hashtag #polishedman, it’s fast flooding all of the social media platforms – just like the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge before it.
After three consecutive weeks of shows, editors and the like are getting ready to touch down in Paris for the last and final stop of the Spring/Summer 2016 collections. Those who have been on the road the whole time are surely running low on outfits, so it’s time for some creative accessorizing. Fortunately it is easy to mimic the City of Light’s stylish inhabitants with one special (and highly underrated) piece— the handkerchief! Here are three easy ways to wear it whether you’re a rocker chick or a girly girl.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Thousands have officially flocked to Black Rock Desert, Nevada to attend the annual weeklong raving hippie utopia known as Burning Man. This year’s theme is Carnival of Mirrors, which calls for appropriately eclectic attire. While clothing is optional in this alternative society, those you do want to cover up amid the arid conditions can stand out from the crowd in these colorful clothes and accessories. Burn on! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Man bun obsessions are nothing new. In addition, the study claimed, “58 per cent wouldn’t date a guy who wore his hair in a bun, and 74 per cent don’t think their current or former significant other would look attractive if he grew out his hair and put it up in a ball on top of his head.” Based on the popularity of these Instagram accounts, West Coast Shaving may need to run another study.
Dr. Charlotte Reznick, author of The Power Of Your Child’s Imagination, says, “The kiss on the lips can be stimulating … It’s just too confusing. If mommy kisses daddy on the mouth and vice versa, what does that mean, when I, a little girl or boy, kiss my parents on the mouth?