Kristen Stewart in the November issue of "Glamour."
Photo: Courtesy of "Glamour"
You know what uplifts the spirits and puts a little zing in the ol' Tuesday step? TWILIGHT. Anything and everything and whatever tiny tidbit in between that relates to all that is the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 1, which is almost ONE MONTH away from premiering, and WE CAN'T WAIT ANY LONGER (*just breathe*). We've been fawning over the new issue of Glamour magazine, which features Kristen Stewart looking lovely and slightly contorted on the cover (and perhaps missing an arm). But that's not even the most exciting part. K-Stew looks absolutely STUNNING wearing bare-legged lace in the accompanying photo shoot inside the mag, and she's interviewed by none other than Twilight authoress Stephenie Meyer herself. (TWISQUEAL!!!!!) We. Can't. Even. Type. This is MAYJAH and perfect for devouring by a skyscraper window with break room coffee and a thunderstorm approaching. We can hardly keep ourselves from doing anything for the rest of the day but avow to soldier on with red-eyed Volturi focus so as to give you a peek at this deliciousness.
Photo: Courtesy of the blogger The Man Repeller.
It is midsummer, which means it's good to get a little loud and a lot crazy with color. From pants to belts to nails, we spotted bloggers everywhere sporting fluorescent fashion! We can't get enough of this trend, especially on bright summer days. With neon, there's no rules—don't be afraid to mix-and-match brights with even MORE brights, or add a neon accessory to a set of neutrals for a piece that really pops. Check out the deets on our favorite fashion-y ladies here.
First it was Topshop, then it was our go-to online store ASOS (I am literally wearing an ASOS brand dress today), and now, for our limbs, comes Ash. The hit British store is coming over seas and opening its very first flagship store in the United States today, located in Soho in New York. The massive, 2,300 square-foot center will be home to the brand’s punk aesthetic, which already has devoted American followers like Madonna, LeAnn Rimes and H. Duff—which is no surprise, because there are 13 Ash stores worldwide (America, it appears, was just lacking). Known for their booties (they had some thigh-high stunners a few months ago) but certainly killing it with sandals for summer, the Brit brand is a no-brainer for any girl who needs a quick but stylish shoe to pull on whilst traipsing around town holding the requisite Starbucks. Think a tougher, slightly more High Street Jeffrey Campbell, with plenty of hardware and fading already in effect, floating around a $150-$200 price point (to which we say: not too bad for an import).