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You may think that your well-planned ensembles, high-quality clothes and conscientious laundering make you immune to fashion disasters. Rest assured, clothing malfunctions can happen anytime – and are most likely to occur at the worst possible times, like right before a hot date or job interview.
For those of us who have jobs, kids, and a bunch of other commitments, staying on top of current trends might be at the bottom of our lists of things to do. That’s why the demand for personal shoppers across Canada has increased significantly over the past few years.
Many of you ladies might think won’t need help primping for a first date, as you’re already impeccably dressed and would never think of committing any fashion crimes. But when it comes to impressing someone you’re sweet on, even the most stylish among us can lose our way.
A recent water cooler debate at my office revolved around underwear trends for 2007. I was cruising the American Apparel website hunting for briefs and boy shorts to dress some models for a photo shoot...
Nothing beats the giddy feeling of opening up your mailbox and spotting an envelope that’s too small to be a phone bill, too sparkly to be a belated birthday card and, therefore, must be a party invitation. You rip it open as your brain swims with thoughts of your awesome popularity. You fantasize about getting sloshed, ending up with another invitee’s tongue down your throat and recounting the tale of your night’s conquest to your buds around the brunch table the next day.
Whenever someone tells me that I should dress for the job I want, I think about the day when I will actually have the cajones to wear my leather pants, guitar, and tattoo shirt to work. But it does make sense to look your best and project a successful image at work, especially if you’ve got your sights set on an office with a door. We interviewed some fashion experts and fashionable professionals to see what they had to say.
Bazoongas, hooters, boobs, breasts, knockers, whatever you want to call them, a lot of us have them. And a lot of us (including me) have ample bosoms. I love my breasts, but along with the privilege of having big breasts comes vast responsibility...
You wake up hung over, slightly sweaty and about 20 minutes late for work. You were too busy partying last night to do laundry and you passed out without ...
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