Happy Friday! Last week we got the new TSwift and this week we get the new Marina & the Diamonds. If this is what the holiday season’s gonna be like, we are so. Ready.
Happy Friday! Yeah, we’re gonna post the new T-Swift video. Duh.
Happy Friday! Today’s video, new from Neon Jungle, is the perfect kick-off for the month of gratitude (otherwise known as November).
Remember, friends: It’s all about the love!
Happy Halloween, fiends!
Oh, hey! New 1D video came out this weekend, so of course we’re dedicating it to Lily.
Happy Friday! Just one week left until Halloween. Are you ready?
A while back, when Clare was still blogging [sheds tear], Clare did a Frida Kahlo-inspired makeup and hair look. Little did you guys know that I was actually the one doing all the hair and makeup for that look. She got a lot of feedback from girls wanting to know how she does her brows, so we thought it would be helpful to do a Beauty How-To: Brows Edition.
My friends Clare, Michaela and I shot a lookbook for transitional fall clothing for you guys! Take a look:
If you are interested in our outfits, stay tuned because each look will be featured in a separate post in the near future.
Hey, Chicagoland friends and DC-Metro friends! Starting tomorrow, you can check out a FREE screening of this kick-ass documentary about kick-ass women doing awesome things.
Chicagoland: October 20 (that’s tomorrow)-October 24
D.C.-Metro area: October 27-31
Five funny, smart women drive 7,000 miles from Los Angeles to New York in 30 days, meeting and interviewing positive and powerful women leaders across a variety of lifestyles and industries. To name a few:
- • Astronaut
- • Mathematician
- • Pilot
- • Professional Athlete
- • Chef
- • Architect
- • Social Entrepreneur/Founder of Girls on the Run
- • The First Female Four-Star Admiral in the U.S. Navy
- • Miss USA 2012
Along the way, they share their insights about how women define their success, what it takes to be a woman in a position of power, and valuable advice on how to improve the female role in the workplace. They also turn the cameras on themselves, capturing their transformational journey and letting us get to know them as artists, as professionals and as people.
Sounds amazing, right? If you’re interested, learn more about the filmmakers and the project, and maybe you can bring the film to your school or town!
Happy Friday! If you had to pick between a roller skating video and a cannibalism video (you know, for Halloween), which would you choose?
Yeah, we couldn’t decide, either. You’re welcome.