stophobbittime asked: Seriously, none of her dresses look good at all, she's beautiful on her own but it's like they are trying to make her look bad. Even the other actresses that wore Dior could have had better.
I do think there’s some sort of conspiracy afoot—that she hugely pissed off someone at Dior but her contract isn’t up, so they’re punishing her by only giving her the fugliest clothes. Or she hates them and is trying to get out of it by only wearing the dresses that look like Salvation Army rejects. Or her stylist is secretly on Anne Hathaway’s bankroll. Just, there has to be some explanation for why one of the most beautiful women in the world is trotting around in disaster after disaster. Especially when she was nearly flawless pre-Dior contract!
Ketches > betches.
(Source: prettystuff, via annnniegirl)
Petition to have Stanley Tucci host the Oscars as Caesar Flickerman.
The Gratitude Pie - The Hairpin
Avocados should be a bigger percentage, but yes.
10 Things I Want My Daughter to Know About Working Out -
- Strength equals self-sufficiency. Being strong – particularly as a woman – is empowering. It will feel good someday to be able to carry your own luggage down the stairs if the airport escalator is broken, and it will be important to have a solid shot at outrunning a stranger should you meet one a dark alley.
- Fitness opens doors. Being healthy and fit can help you see the world differently. The planet looks different from a bike or a pair of skis than it does from a car or an airplane. Out in the elements you have the time and space to notice details and meet people and remember smells and bugs and mud and rain and the feeling of warm sunshine on your face. And those are the moments that make up your life.
- The bike is the new golf course. Being fit may help you get a seat at the table. Networking is no longer restricted to the golf course, and the stronger you are – and the more people you can hang with on the road and trail – the more people you’ll meet.
- Exercise is a lifestyle, not an event. Being an active person isn’t about taking a class three times a week at the gym. It’s about things like biking to the grocery store and parking your car in the back of the lot and walking instead of taking a cab and catching up with friends on a hiking trail instead of a bar stool.
- Health begets health. Healthy behavior inspires healthy behavior. Exercise. Healthy eating. Solid sleep. Positive relationships. These things are all related.
- Endorphins help you cope. A good sweat session can clear the slate. You will have days when nothing seems to go right…when you’re dizzy with frustration or crying in despair. A workout can often turn things around.
- Working out signals hard-working. The discipline required to work out on a regular basis signals success. Someone recently told me they are way more likely to hire marathon runners and mountain climbers because of the level of commitment that goes into those pursuits.
- If you feel beautiful, you look beautiful. Looking beautiful starts on the inside. And being fit and strong feels beautiful.
- Nature rules. And if you’re able to hike/run/bike/swim/ski/snowshoe, you can see more of it.
- Little eyes are always watching. We learn from each other. You may have a daughter—or a niece or a neighbor or a friend – one day. And that little girl will be watching and listening to everything she you say and do. What messages do you want her to hear?
Everybody has that one person in their life that they really, truly love and value—but want to respond to every single text message of theirs with “GO FUCK YOURSELF.”
So that guy I was complaining about on Saturday night? I think he gave me chin burn from his stubble before more or less throwing my clothes at me and kicking me out at 3:30am.
All four female American All-Around Olympic Champion gymnasts. Signed prints are $335 here if you have a gymnast superfan on your holiday shopping list.
From ski jumper Sarah Hendrickson’s Instagram:
This is the face of 12 hard training weeks paying off. Tested strength today at the US Ski Team gym and 93% of pre injury in terms of double leg strength! Could not be happier. HARD WORK PAYS OFF!
Speaking of Sarah, the New York Times Magazine feature on her and the rest of the American women’s ski jumping team is a must read, along with the behind-the-scenes interview with the reporter.