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Golden Globes Red Carpet: Fiery Orange is In!

Jennifer Lawrence in Dior Couture Zooey Deschanel in Oscar dela Renta Claire Danes in Versace Jessica Alba Marion Cottilard
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LOVE this color and LOVE all of these actresses :)
what do you guys think of her speech?
also a huge franchise coming!
22-year old with a golden Globes and Oscar nomination!!
Jennifer lawrence is on top of the world right now!!
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If you've ever had an office job, I'm sure you've heard the phrase "business casual" get thrown around. But what does that really mean? Dressing for the workplace can be tricky (especially in the summer months), and looking appropriate for the job is daunting when you aren't given explicit instructions on what to wear. I'll show you how to get past these tricky regulations for dressing, with the guidance of Jessica Alba, who has this style down. Thanks to @LizArnone for the idea. If anyone else has tricky situations for which they don't know what to wear, comment or message me and I'll make a card for you! If you want to wear suit pieces... keep them separate. A full suit isn't business casual, no matter how cute and fashion-forward it is. Keep your suit seperates seperate! A pencil skirt is fine worn with a blouse tucked in or even a cute tee, dressed up with dainty jewelry, and the same goes with trousers. Wide-leg trousers with a blouse and heels make an easy and perfectly appropriate outfit. Similarly, if you have a great blazer, you can use it to dress up denim, make a summery dress or skirt more office-ready, or even wear with casual printed pants. If you want to wear shorts... keep the length to your fingertips (at least). It's hard to avoid shorts in the summer, and certain kinds of shorts are office-appropriate, but the longer, the better. The same goes for short skirts; if they reach your fingertips, they're okay. If you feel awkward about the length of a longer skirt or shorts, balance them out with a sleeveless top. This should go without saying, but denim shorts are too casual for the office, and cutoffs are NEVER business casual. When the weather cools, opaque tights under shorts are another way to make them office-appropriate. If you want to wear denim... stick with darkwash. First of all, don't wear denim to the office on your first day, and check out what other people are wearing; if they say business casual but no one's wearing denim, steer clear. That being said, jeans can be business casual, but you have to keep in mind that you're dressing the denim up, not wearing them as is, no matter how cute or trendy they are. Only wear your pairs that are in the best shape without fraying, fading, rips or patches, and pick a pair that's darkwash or, better yet, black denim. If you want to wear a sleeveless blouse... keep it high-necked. By sleeveless, I'm not calling a strappy cami office-appropriate, unless you can guarantee that you'll never take that blazer or cardigan off all day. A sleeveless blouse is appropriate for the summer, but it's best if it extends to the edge of your shoulders; anything that can qualify as strappy isn't appropriate worn alone. No cleavage should ever be shown at the office, but keep your neckline especially high to balance a sleeveless cut; just below or at your collarbones is ideal, or go super trendy with a turtleneck. All summer... wear linen and cute cotton pants or jumpsuits. Those soft cotton or linen pants that are so comfortable and look like a mix between a pajama pant and trousers? That aren't jeans, aren't quite suit pants? Those are your best friends for summer office casual. Dress them up with blouses and heels or chic flats, pair with a blazer for a non-suit suit, and you'll feel breezy, cool, and work-appropriate. Treat a jumpsuit similarly, layering blouses over strappy jumpsuits or keeping a blazer buttoned over. Or... try a matching top and bottoms over a traditional suit! Matching combos are super cute and a fashion-forward twist on the suit, and can be just as work-appropriate. Try a high-waisted skirt, pants, or culottes, with a matching cropped top, as long as there is no midriff showing. Make sure that not only does the top cover the waistband of the skirt or pants, but gives an extra inch or two of fabric so that if you reach for something, the whole office doesn't see your belly. Some general tips... * Pay attention to what other people are wearing. If your coworkers wear shorts that are shorter than I suggested and are making them look appropriate, you can too. If you see one person wearing the exception and they're the only one, don't join them unless a superior gives you the go-ahead (which is rare). * If you wear something that sounds appropriate on paper but doesn't feel quite right in your office environment, pay attention to what it might be that's making you feel inappropriate. Is the dress too formal? Too casual? Does your skirt feel a little too short compared to everyone else's? Is that top too pilled or worn? Forgive yourself for a mistake, as "business casual" is the vaguest of guidelines, and don't make it again. * Simple heels, blazers, button-up blouses, and classic jewelry are all easy ways to make something look more work-appropriate. If you have a sundress that's modest enough to wear but you want to make it more office-ready, add a blazer or structured jacket and heels.
If Your Favorite Pop Star Was A Pokémon Gym Leader
Leader: Rihanna Badge: ANTI Badge Special Move: Diamond Storm What's her name? Leader Rihanna! If you're looking for love in a hopeless place, Rihanna will let her Pokémon do all of the talking. Leader Rihanna is known for shining bright like a diamond with Fire and Dark Pokémon types. First she'll make you stay, then she'll give you four to five seconds to recover, and then she'll take her bow after she destroys you. You'll have to work work work work work work to beat this woman of Disturbia. Leader: Britney Spears Badge: Venom Badge Special Move: TOXIC It's Britney, b*tch. You want a piece of her? Be aware, Leader Britney may seem like a womanizer but she'll hit you baby one more time. Leader Britney loves her special move, TOXIC which will make you wanna go until the world ends. Her ending line when she beats you is, "Oops, I did it again." The gym is like a circus as her Pokémon are practically her slaves. But after all, don't hold it against her. Leader: Beyoncé Badge: Alliance Badge Special Move: Blue Flare Who run the world? Leader Beyoncé! Listen, Queen B is known for her fighting Pokémon who will show you that her badge is the best thing you never had. You'll fall crazy in love with trying to beat her but Leader Beyoncé puts her love on top calling out all of the single ladies proving that pretty hurts. Can you see her halo? Don't get an ego if you do happen to win because she's flawless. XO Leader: Adele Badge: Crying Badge Special Move: Mind Reader Hello, it's Leader Adele. We all know that you're looking for that hometown glory but Leader Adele with her normal Pokémon isn't going to let any water under the bridge. When you are young, it's easy to think there's someone like you. However, rumor has it Adele makes her competition roll in the deep, watch the sky fall as she sets fire to the rain and she will take it all. You'll be the one chasing pavements as you run to escape from her turning tables. Don't worry, she'll try to make you feel her love even though she can't make you love her if you don't. Good luck. Leader: Sia Badge: Wig Badge Special Move: Heart Stamp You'll definitely feel alive when you meet Leader Sia. The Dark, Ghost, and Psychic Pokémon Reaper will show you that Big Girls Cry. This is the gym where fire meets gasoline, an exotic experience where Sia frequently hangs from a Chandelier as she triumphs over the battle. Don't worry about your elastic heart, you can try again for another opportunity. Just know you've been changed.
The 3 Countries Where Adele Isn't No.1
To tell you they're sorry for breaking your heart, Adele. WHAT!? Adele didn't achieve world domination. She may be the biggest star in ALMOST every country in the world however three countries seem to disagree. They're too preoccupied with their own music tastes and Adele just isn't one of them. In 29 international markets, Adele managed to rank No.1 in 26 of them which is basically unheard of. She's the No.1 artist in 110 countries on iTunes worldwide except for three. '3' really isn't a magic number for this pop star. Despite her record breaking album '25' : 3 million copies of the album sold in the first week of American sales alone, being the biggest-selling album released since 2011, the most sold album yearly since 2004, and broke records in how quickly her European and North American tours sold out, Adele pretty much wins...99% of the time. Thanks to Fusion.com, data was collected to show that these countries have different chart toppers and their fans wouldn't want it any other way. These countries have another preference... South Korea Why they don't prefer Adele? KPOP! Its the Korean Pop sensation that seems to dominate the music tastes of the country. The singers are hot. The music makes you want to start dancing. The music videos are strangely mesmerizing. And you've never had a party without wanting to scream at the top of your lungs to the clever lyrics that most Americans don't understand (aka Gangnam Style anyone?). Also, one must take into consideration that Koreans chart differently than most other Western countries. They have : domestic album sales, international sales, and a synthesized chart. Fusion.com found that Adele may be winning over their international chart however her streaming and album sales in South Korea are no comparison to the outstanding domestic sales of KPOP within the country. Here are Korean's top albums: - "The Most Beautiful Life," Pt 2 by the Bangtan Boys - "MATRIX" by B.A.P. - "Dear Santa - X Mas Special" by Girls Generation TTS Japan Why they don't prefer Adele? Japanese only track physical sold copies and as of now, Adele has only sold enough to make her the 7th highest album as of Dec. 7, 2015. Japanese also love KPOP but they're not as influential. It's also important to take note that digital downloads in the Japan music market outsell albums by 400% according to Fusion's research. Here are the following albums that have outsold Adele : - "For You" by Infinite - "Chandelier" by Black Number - "Sight of Blue" by Motohiro Hata Greece Why they don't prefer Adele? Blame it on the way they chart. They tracked how many '25' albums were shipped into the country instead of how many albums were sold total. Talk about bizarre. Even with Greece's adoration for American and British music, Adele only hit the No. 2 spot on Greek charts. They may track domestic and foreign music sales however their marks are harshly skewed. Sorry, Adele. The data didn't help you. Here are the albums that topped Adele: - "Ap' To Vorra Mehri to Noto" by Vasilis Karras - "M' Agapouses Ki Anthize" by Eleanora Zouganeli - "Nikos Vertis" by Nikos Vertis So really, other than MAYBE South Korea, Adele has won over everyone except for KPOP fans. There's always next time, Adele.