Next Tuesday (September 22) marks the official beginning of Fall. This year has been a whirlwind of panic, health scares, and losses for the global community as people have readjusted to the new normal in the midst of a pandemic, but some are finding the silver lining in it all. Jennifer Lopez and her soon-to-be-husband Alex Rodriguez have been wheeling and dealing in the real estate market, and it’s reported that they just unloaded one of their Malibu mansions on the heels of the news that they recently purchased a $40 million Miami estate.
Jennifer Lopez is a golden girl.
On Sept. 15, the pop star posted an image of herself relaxing on an idyllic beach overlooking the ocean. In the image, the 51-year-old superstar shows off her ageless body and unquestionable beauty in a $400 pink bikini from designer Emilio Pucci.
“Feeling golden,” she captioned the photo. “Holding on to the last few moments of summer…”
Jennifer added the hashtag “Glow Check.”NINA PROMMER/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock
The stunning post comes after a bit of disappointment in J. Lo’s world. Earlier in the week, it was announced that the New York Mets franchise is being sold to Steve Cohen for $2.42 billion. J. Lo and her fiancé, Alex Rodriguez, were part of a different group vying to purchase the Major League Baseball team. The power couple was reportedly willing to put up $300 million of their own money in their group’s bid, which was believed to be in the $1.7 billion range.
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Summer Lynn Hart thrilled her 1 million followers on Instagram after she posted a sizzling update of herself in a bikini on Thursday, August 27. The American model rocked a scanty bikini that displayed her perky booty.
Summer was at the beach, clad in her bathing suit. The blurry background behind showed a view of the sand and the ocean. In the pic, she posed with her backside facing the camera, making her pert posterior the main focus of the snap. Her stance made many viewers happy, as they expressed their thoughts in the comments.
Bri featured in Kaley’s most recent “A Cup of Cuoco” episode as the girl behind Penny revealed a likely November release date for “The Flight Attendant.” Kaley serves as executive producer, with her Yes, Norman Productions company (named after her dog) behind it all.
“The Flight Attendant” will see Kaley play Cassandra Bowden, a woman who wakes up hungover in a Dubai hotel room only to find a dead body next to her. Briana, who did appear in a 2013 episode of “Big Bang” is so far listed as featuring in three episodes of “The Flight Attendant.”
Sweet treats just hit different when they’re aesthetically pleasing, right? Enter the queen of decadent desserts, Shelly Bella of @_bellabakes on Instagram. She took over our page to share her summer dessert recipe for Frozen Smoothie Yogurt Pops. It’s the perfect DIY popsicle recipe for a hot summer day, and they’re surprisingly easy to make (even for kitchen novices like, well, us). Keep reading to get to know Shelly and try this perfect summer recipe out for yourself!
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There’s nothing quite as satisfying as sipping a cocktail poolside while wearing new swimsuits that makes you feel confident AF. The only thing that could possibly make it better (other than Harry Styles sitting next to me?): if you happen to get your brand-new swimsuits on sale. (!!) Because finding a swimsuit you absolutely love is a wonderful thing, but finding a swimsuit you love at a major discount is a dream. Thankfully, end-of-summer sales are here—and they’re seriously good. Don’t hang up those beach towels yet, folks, because we still have some swimsuit shopping to do.
It’s safe to say that shopping for swimwear has always been a minefield. Whether you run into difficulty finding the right size for your shape or run out of patience wading through a sea of see-through fabrics, swimwear shopping is notoriously frustrating. But perhaps the most arduous part of the entire experience is finding a swimsuit that is both stylish and sustainably made.
With a wealth of information proving that garment production is having a significant impact on the ecosystem, swimwear has emerged in recent years as a serious enemy of the environment. Traditionally created using synthetic fabrics such as nylon and polyester, swimwear not only requires a large amount of carbon to produce but also adds to the growing mass of non-biodegradable products in our landfills and oceans.
While most clothing can be pivoted to natural materials like organic cotton and linens, swimwear labels face big challenges when it comes to finding fabrics that are both water-resistant and planet-friendly. Thankfully, there are plenty of companies committed to this mission, with tons of indie brands and even some high street stores starting to develop sustainably made swimwear.
One of the key materials making this possible is Econyl (a regenerated nylon created from plastic ocean waste). Making use of fishing nets, plastic bottles and even old carpets, the material not only recycles waste but actively tackles climate change, with the company claiming to reduce the global warming impact of nylon by up to 90% when compared with materials from crude oil. Source
Late summer in New York is reliably hot and steamy, but 2020 has felt particularly tropical. It isn’t just the 90-degree heat radiating from the sidewalks or the total lack of shade on certain avenues; what really drives you crazy is the thick, unavoidable humidity. It’s there when the sun rises and long after it sets, and there isn’t a linen dress on the planet breezy enough to safeguard you against the inevitable glisten.
This time last year, our biggest headache was dressing for the office without overheating on the subway; now, it’s dressing for virtually everything else. We’re working from home in our air-conditioned apartments, but the rest of our lives are happening outdoors: eating, drinking, walking, biking, socializing, exercising, getting away from our roommates… Needless to say, it’s putting our summer wardrobes to the test. My silk dresses are gathering dust in the back of my closet, too precious to subject to sweat, dirt, and spills. I’m short on clothes that look good and can withstand the elements of downtown Manhattan. Several of my friends have voiced similar dilemmas, sick of their denim shorts but unwilling to buy cotton dresses only to destroy them on a CitiBike.
summer fashion staples like flip-flops and swimsuits are said to have surged this summer amid the coronavirus pandemic, as shoppers stick closer to home and keep it more casual.” data-reactid=”12″>Sales of and searches for summer fashion staples like flip-flops and swimsuits are said to have surged this summer amid the coronavirus pandemic, as shoppers stick closer to home and keep it more casual.