Sunday, December 9, 2007

My Fave LBD

I have no earthly idea what in the world Elisha Cuthbert is wearing as tights/hose? Her short hair is kinda cute though.

"I'm a celebrity, so I never smile." - Fergie

Fergie is trying to punk rock?

Garcelle Beauvais's LBD is the ever trendy T-shirt dress.

Glenn Close doesn't look half bad for a 60 year old lady.

My Fave: The long T-shirt dress on a thinner Anna Farris. I like that it looks really comfortable.

Wearing black, Anne Hathaway shows how pale she really is.

Charlotte Ronson looks like she could use a nap.

In all black from head to toe - Christina Milian.

Standing prim and proper - Diane Kruger.

Celebrity Weight Obsession

I hate to admit it, but when you are thinner you really do look better. Rikki Lake is a living proof of that. She is a self proclaimed size 4, but she looks more like a size 6 to me.

Whoa - is this the self-obsessed, talks over other people and then turns the conversation to self host Tyra Banks? She's probably been hitting the treadmill or laying off the fried chicken because she looks a lot thinner.

Adrianna Lima (left) and Alessandra Ambrosia both look a lot thinner since they've been walking the Victoria Secret runway. Have no idea who the chick in the middle is.

Since getting fired for a recent movie role due to his weight gain, Ryan Gosling has since lost it.

Looking awkward and little posed - Rachel Ray looks a tad thinner as well.

Rumer Willis looks thin here, but not rextremely thin like she did this past summer. This is an ugly outfit though.

Renee Zellweger looks slightly better here, but I'm sure it's just the angle.

Shar Jackson continues to shed the pounds.

Lily Allen showing off her thinner but rextremely so body.

I get that Melanie Brown lost all her baby weight and then some, but it doesn't give her an excuse to tear off some old T-shirt to show it off.

Nikki Hilton gains a little weight back and looks great. Why can't Paris learn to dress like her?

I believe this is Norah Jones - she lost a ton of weight and it has totally changed her look.

Paris Hilton on the lower end of her yo-yo weight.

Leftover Movie Rocks Fashion

Sporting the trendy strapless look this fall - Kate Hudson.

Mary J. Blige got the Suri Cruise haircut.

20s inspired dress on Alicia Silverstone.

When did Charlize Theron get so thin?

Carrie Underwood totally favors the side-swept hair look.

Diane Kruger is flawless.

Emmy Rossum in her signature pose, dress, hair, clutch look.

Fashion Watch: Lindsay Lohan

I can't believe I'm going to write this, but this is the one sweater top that Lindsay Lohan should have worn it with tights.

I bought a Jimmy Choo (a knock-off for $20 bucks) recently in this shade. Check out her McDonald's bag.

She looks like Farrah Fawcett to me in this get-up.

You see the blue and red checkered bag behind Lindsay? That's what we call a "dongxi" bag or "stuff" in China.

Why do celebrities insist on going bra-less?

Check out her purse - it's made out of the material that is used all over China. Ridiculous that it's made into a purse.

I used to tie sweaters around my waist in high school. It was so "in."

Fashion Watch: Kim Kardashian

I'm beginning to see why Kim Kardashian owns so many of these suits. They are really comfortable.

I really love how she embraces her curves.

Fashion Watch: Jessica Alba

Casual and Gap-ish. She loves wrapping the scarf like it's gonna choke her.

I feel bad for her because she's been slammed for looking really bad without make-up. She looks normal to me, it's the pink pants I'm worried about.

Who's Who On Magazines

For someone who believes that a little soul is taken away with every picture taken, Keira Knightley is taking a lot of pictures. I hate pictures like this because it's basically pornography.

I dare say Victoria Beckham looks good here even though she's basically wearing the same thing as Keira Knightley.

One hit show and it propelled Blake Lively to stardom.

Carrie Underwood recently said that she's obsessed with food and that she writes everything she eats down. Doesn't she realize that she basicallly admitted to having an eating disorder? We all know that anorexia and bulimia aren't the only eating disorders out there. She has lost 30 pounds since American Idol days.

Another reason why I like Hilary Duff:

“You lose some happiness when that’s all you think about,” Duff says. “There definitely was a time, about a year and a half ago, when I was pretty obsessed with my body and my weight, but I’m better not stressing about my body all the time.”
She adds, “It’s not attractive when girls get super-skinny. Guys don’t like it. Girls don’t like you as much.”

She sounds like she has a good head on her shoulders. It's so true that "girls don't like you as much" when you are thinner.

I still think Katherine Heigl resembles Charlize Theron even though I personally think Charlize is prettier.

Keri Russell said in a recent interview that she hasn't lost all of the 25 pregnancy pounds she gained, so why does she look thinner now?

My Fave In Jeans (Two of Them)

My Fave: It seems that Kate Moss can do no wrong in my book. Everything that she seems to effortlessly throw together looks amazing.

Unlike others like Sienna Miller that looks like she literally "threw it on" and walked out the door.

Jennifer Garner is obviously a doting mother because she is with Violet all the time. Ben Affleck looks pretty rough behind her.

Aj and Aj Michalka out and about. Those velvet/suede bell bottoms are ugly.

Where in the world does Amy Smart get all these 70s tops?

I watched the Mask last night and Cameron Diaz looked "heavier" if you can believe than she does now even though she looked great! She seemed so innocent and natural then. I also have to admit that her acting was better then, too. She's been Hollywooded now (in which she plays the same character over and over again - the neurotic blonde bombshell).

Demi Moore looks like she could their sisters in stead of mother. I wonder how they feel having a mother so beautiful?

Kirsten Dunst lights it up.

My Fave: Kate Hudson is too cute for words.