crushing it as always
best Rihanna performance of all time
Katy Perry attends the amfAR’s 2016 Cinema Against AIDS Gala at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d’Antibes, France.
The lady is KILLING IT here:
FLAWLESS. She looks like she’s made out of rose petals. And the head styling couldn’t possibly be more perfect. There is not one thing about this look that we don’t love like a couple of crazy fanboys. You WERQ your perfection, girl.
Marchesa Red Off-The-Shoulder Petal Embroidered Lace Gown from the Fall 2016 Collection
Harry Winston Jewelry
[Photo Credit: Ian Gavan/Getty Images, Andreas Rentz/Getty Images, Courtesy of Marchesa]
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those sunglasses are fantastic
actually very cute for her!!
Happy Wednesday Everyone! I hope your week is going well. My week has been a busy one so far. With no chance of slowing down. So for today post. I decide to share with you all one of the outfits. I wore in Venice.
I wore this outfit on my second day in Venice. The weather was amazing. Which was prefect for me to step out of my comfort zone and try out a crop top. This crop top from Newchic is super light weight. Which makes it prefect for hot days. Plus it doesn't show off to much skin. Which it the one reason I like it.
At night it got a little cooler out. So therefor I throw on my favorite grey cardigan. To keep me warm.
linking up to Sydney Fashion Hunter
HAVE A GREAT WEDNESDAY!
no thanks vanessa bb :(
Vanessa Hudgens attends the 2016 NBCUniversal Upfront Presentation in New York City.
Kittens, what do we think here? Because there’s an influx of good semi-cazh red carpetry going on at the Upfronts at the same time that the Cannes Film Festival keeps punching us in the face with over-the-top gownery. It’s getting so a couple of bitches such as we can’t trust our opinions anymore.
Because we think we like this:
And it may be up to you to talk us down.
Listen, the shoes are awful. Let’s get that out of the way before you yell at us. They’re fine on their own (if bland as hell), but this outfit called for something like a brilliant teal sandal, right? Which brings us to our next question: can she handle the yellow? It’s clearly quite the trendy color at the moment, but it’s also a really tough color to pull off. We tend to think it’s not a problem for her, although we think the makeup could use some adjusting. But we kinda love the shape and the simple summer vibe of it. Maybe the pants are a bit much for her to handle, but we love the top. We don’t know… we’re all over the place on this one. We like it more than we probably should, though.
Kittens make the call:
Monique Lhuillier Yellow Sleeveless Top with Detachable Fringe Collar and Matching Pants from the Resort 2016 Collection
Jacquie Aiche Jewelry
Stuart Weitzman Sandals
[Photo Credit: Loredana Sangiuliano/PRPhotos.com, Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images, moniquelhuillier.com]
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It’s quite clear from these shots that Miss Kiki had a red carpet game plan going into Cannes this year. Said game plan being “I shall CRUSH my enemies under the tricky heel of my shoe.” Apparently.
Kirsten Dunst attends the Jury Photocall at the Cannes Palais des Festivals during the 2016 Cannes International Film Festival in Cannes, France in Dior.
Okay, before we get to anything else, let us stipulate that those shoes, while interesting in a theoretical sense, are nonetheless total girl-no’s. That is to say, they are the type of shoe that causes one to exclaim “GIRL, NO!” in concern for the well-being of her feet. Of slightly lesser importance: they’re not even all that pretty. We can see how a fashionista might be interested in them at first glance, but one try-on should’ve sealed the “NOPE” deal.
Moving on to the rest of her look… it’s all gangbusters. We wouldn’t think a pale blonde could work a yellow-and-gold ensemble, but she looks fresh and … we don’t know… regal somehow. If only Cathy Cambridge would sport a dress as chic as this now and then. The fit is flawless and the gold belt really makes the look.
But Miss K was not going to rest on her laurels after that sweetly chic opening. She hauled out the big guns for the premiere:
Kirsten Dunst attends the premiere of “Cafe Society” and the Opening Night Gala held at the Cannes Palais des Festivals during the 2016 Cannes International Film Festival in Cannes, France.
Said big guns being BIG HONKING GLITTER FLOWERS.
Note that she’s once again sporting a pastel but making it seem fresher than your average blonde-in-a-pastel look. Of course the entire look rests on those beaded flowers, which are spectacular, but the blush pink of the gown looks lovely on her and the shape is elegant and chic. The only quibble we have is with that belt detail, but all of the Gucci trompe l’oeil looks this season have been hit or miss. This is far from the worst of the lot, although we think the dress would be better served with something a little more conventional around the waist.
We’re quibbling, though. She looks chic as hell in both looks.
Christian Dior Couture Yellow Shirt Dress with Gold Belt and Pockets
Salvatore Ferragamo ‘Invisible’ Wedge Sandals
Gucci Pale Pink Silk Organza Gown with Floral Embroidery and Trompe L’oeil Bow Belt Detail
[Photo Credit: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images, Andreas Rentz/Getty Images, INFphoto.com]
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It wasn't always like this
Boston-area rents are, of course, some of the highest in the United States, and that reality creates curious phenomena. Case in point: Tenants in some of the region's priciest neighborhoods for renting pay smaller shares of their income in rent, while those in less expensive areas pay greater proportions.
WGBH has drilled down into the latest available data and found nagging quirks such as this:
In parts of Back Bay, Fenway, South End and downtown Boston — where the average one-bedroom apartment rents for $3,000 or more — residents are, on average, paying between a quarter and a third of their household income on rent.
In neighborhoods like Roxbury, Mattapan, parts of Dorchester and East Boston, and many areas surrounding downtown Boston ... the average renter is paying more than a third, or even more than half of their income on rent.
Lest one assume it's always been so, note this: In 2000, according to WGBH, "there were relatively few areas" where tenants were paying on average more than about one-third of their incomes on rent. A large number were paying under one-quarter, in fact. Check out the comparative maps below. The bluish areas are where tenants are spending a lot of income on rent.
oh hell yes
1st verse 3.5
second pre-chorus? 6
mini bridge 6
the sloppy rest 5.sloppy
justin's adulthood hair 9
max martin (infinity symbol)
another great bop from ariana!
One day after Mayor Walsh vowed to fly a flag in support of transgender rights until the state legislature passes a bill enabling them, workers took it down and replaced it with a Polish flag, in honor of the 225th anniversary of Poland's first constitution. They moved the flag to a pole on the Cambridge Street side of City Hall.
this is sculpture
Mayor Walsh today announced a plan to pay tuition at Bunker Hill and Roxbury Community Colleges for all BPS graduates with at least a 2.2 GPA who are eligible for federal Pell grants for low-income students.
The money will come from payments by developers of large commercial developments into a city linkage fund - the Neighborhood Jobs Trust - and will pick up the costs not covered by the Pell grants.
Along with the new reimbursement program, the city and BPS will develop counseling, remedial classes and other programs to help students graduate from the colleges. The program is already available to Madison Park graduates and will roll out at the city's other high schools June 1.
In a statement, Walsh said:
The single most effective way to break down the social and financial barriers facing many Boston families is to make post-secondary education free and accessible.
omg dawn + kingdom
will she be eligible for a Golden Globe i wonder?
Developers have filed plans with the BRA for a 49-unit, five-story condo building at 3193 Washington St. at Montebello Road - across the street from a proposed 73-unit residential building.
Developers Fred Starikov, Stephen Whalen and Josh Fetterman are proposing 24 parking spaces - and 58 bicycle spaces - for a $13-million building they say is an eight-minute walk to Green Street and Stony Brook on the Orange Line and an easy walk to pretty much everything else that makes JP JP.
Most of the units would have a single bedroom; three would be studios, 11 would have two bedrooms and three would have three bedrooms.
These units will be very attractive to those seeking the diverse neighborhood within the urban context of Boston.
cute shit is cute
Putting together a room can be a challenging thing. It can be especially frustrating when you can’t find anything you’re looking for. I find it helpful when you have a lot of choices rather than being limited to just a few, so I’m always excited when I find a new store or maker. Today I’m excited to introduce you to what could be a new favorite go-to brand- Bloomingville.
Bloomingville got it’s start in 2000 by founder Bettina Stampe. They’re based in Denmark and have recently partnered with a global group for home furnishings and now are able to bring Bloomingville products to the US! (woo hoo!)
Below is a sampling of some of their beautiful wares:
I’m totally drooling from all the Scandinavian Modern gorgeousness!
(Top row: Rattan arm chair, glass skull figurine, wool blanket Bottom row: cannister set, ceramic vase with cork bottom, table lamp)
In particular, here are a few of my favorites:
This 5-piece Gitte Round Ceramic Dinnerware set is a perfect piece for entertaining. You could use it as an individual place setting, and have all the pieces of your meal nicely set up- you have a bowl for sauce, a bowl for soup, side, and a nice larger bowl for your main dish. The bowls set in place in the larger bottom tray so they’ll stay put if you are moving from say, the kitchen, to your patio. You could also just use one setting like I have shown above, and use it for h’ordeuvres or a crudité platter.
Ok, who now doesn’t want a marble cutting board… AND in a hexagon shape?! Yes please! And this one is actually a great size. It’s about 16″ around which makes it a good size to not only cut things on, but also good to display or use as a base for a centerpiece.
BUT WAIT- there’s more!
The kind folks at Bloomingville are letting me GIVE AWAY one of these cutting boards to one of you awesome Happy Mundane readers! We’re also throwing in an exclusive geometric print tea towel as well! (It’s not even available yet in the US!)
All you have to do to enter the giveaway is do one of the following actions listed in the giveaway widget below. The more you complete, the more points you get to enter!
Giveaway ends Friday, April 29 2016 – (US residents only)
UPDATE: This giveaway has ENDED. The winner has been notified via email. Thank you to all who entered!
Check out more Bloomingville products on Wayfair!
Images and Styling by Jonathan Lo / J3 Productions. Additional images courtesy of Bloomingville.
This post is in partnership with Bloomingville. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep Happy Mundane going!
When you use your ID at the club for the first time
i watched this the other night during an INTENSE case of the Marathon Monday Scaries
Poor Chyna :(
i like almost everything in this apartment but somehow when it all comes together it looks a little sad to me :/
Photographer Alice Gao is well known for her photos with gorgeous colors and dramatic lighting. She recently moved to a one-bedroom apartment in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan, and we couldn’t wait for her to finish decorating her space.… Read more
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