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Exclusive: This $40 Bodycon Dress Makes Me Feel Like a '90s Supermodel

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This $40 Bodycon Dress Makes Me Feel Like a '90s Supermodel

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I admit it: I’m bodycon-dress-obsessed. There’s just something about a curve-hugging number that makes me feel my most confident, and for that reason, I can never have too many. In pursuit of practically every style and color under the sun, I recently stumbled across the Old Navy Fitted Sleeveless Rib-Knit Midi Dress ($40) and knew I needed it in my closet, stat. Ahead, find my honest review of the perfect-for-summer silhouette.

What I Like About This Dress

Um, everything? First of all, this dress has some serious stretch. Instead of struggling to put it on from overhead, I’m able to step into it and pull it up quick and easily. And the fit? Just as I had hoped. I ordered my usual size medium, and it hugs my curves without feeling like it was suctioned to my body. It’s lightweight and comfortable — so comfortable, in fact, that I was able to take a midday nap in it (and I can see myself doing that again in the future, TBH). Finally, it gives me ’90s vibes in the best way, and the side slit is such a fun touch.

What Occasion Is This Dress Good For?

This dress can easily be dressed up or down with accessories, be it a pair of trendy sneakers and a denim jacket or jewelry and designer heels. This summer, I can see myself wearing it a bunch of different ways. Since it’s as comfortable as pajamas, I’ll probably wear this frequently to work from home, but I also think it will come in handy for date nights and happy hours with friends.

What’s Worth Noting About This Dress

While this dress has mostly five-star reviews, there are some lower-ranked ones from shoppers who described it as “see-through.” In my experience, the fuchsia design (called Cosmic Rouge) wasn’t. I was able to wear a neutral-colored strapless bra and matching seamless undies underneath without being able to see them. It doesn’t conceal my body’s natural lumps and bumps, but I didn’t expect it to — it’s from the BodLove collection, after all!

Secondly, take note that there’s only one side slit. I initially thought there was one on each side, but after checking the product description, I realized it clearly states there’s only one on the left hem.

Would I Recommend This Dress?

Yes! I really want to buy this dress in another color, but I’m resisting simply because my collection is getting a little out of hand. But I certainly have my eye on that pretty teal color dubbed Mediterranean Sea.

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Exclusive: Adele Wears Stunning Schiaparelli Gown During Performance In London's Hyde Park – TalkOfNews.com

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On Friday night, multi-Grammy Award winner Adele headlined at London’s BST Hyde Park Festival, taking the stage in front of a live audience for time in five years. For the momentous occasion, Adele wore an absolutely stunning Schiaparelli gown. The floor-length black velvet dress had long sleeves with shoulder cutouts and a halter neck. It was cinched at the waist with a gold belt, and glittering fabric made up the skirt under the splitting bodice.

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The singer’s hair was swept into an elegant updo with a few delicate tendrils around her face. She was wearing star-shaped gold earrings covered in pearls, and a gold ring in a bow shape. For make up, she wore her classic cat eye liner with a some shimmering eyeshadow for a little more of a glam touch.

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The night was an emotional one for Adele, and Page Six reports that she she was overcome before even finishing her first song.

“My God, I’m back at home,” she told the audience of 65,000 people. “It’s so strange to be in front of a crowd again. I get so nervous before each show but I love being up here.”

Adele’s set was two hours long and included her newer tracks “Easy On Me,” “Oh My God,” and “I Drink Wine.” But she was very attentive to the audience throughout. Many had stood out in the heat for hours to attend the show, and Adele stopped the concert four times for concertgoers who needed medical attention.

At one point, the music icon revealed that she was swearing black anti slip socks under the her gorgeous dress.

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“I was told it was going to be slippery so wore these just in case,” she told the crowd, before continuing on with the show.

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Exclusive: WWAKE Is Hiring An E-Commerce Sales Specialist In Greenpoint, Brooklyn (NY) – TalkOfNews.com

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WWAKE Is Hiring An E-Commerce Sales Specialist In Greenpoint, Brooklyn (NY)

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WWAKE is seeking a sales associate who is passionate about providing professional, above-and-beyond customer service. As part of our retail team, you’ll drive forward company sales goals and a positive, informed, brand experience for every client.

Responsibilities:
● Provide excellent brand experience, both written and in-person, for all customers through superior product knowledge, merchandise engagement, and informed advice.
● Developing client relationships and exceeding sales goals through above-and-beyond service
● Participating in clientele initiatives, including company training sessions, special events online and offline, and product launches.
● Maintain showroom and website appearance for optimal navigation of product
● Participation in general inventory management
● Order fulfillment, including processing and shipping orders
● Working tightly with the production team to provide accurate lead times and exclusive design opportunities for clients
● Provide holistic support to team members at all times

Requirements:
● Previous high-end sales experience, 2 years preferred
● Strong knowledge and passion for sales and a genuine interest in jewelry
● Availability to work a variety of hours, which may include early mornings, evenings, weekends, or holidays
● Ability to maintain a positive attitude and focus on customer satisfaction in a fast-paced environment
● Ability to multitask, while being attentive to customers and remaining flexible to the needs of a small growing business
● Quick response time, willingness to think critically, anticipate future chain of events, and pivot plans seamlessly
● Excellent communication skills
● Ability to work collaboratively with a small team is an absolute must
● Must be an independent worker who is eager to take on responsibility with a personal sense of accountability

Our ideal candidate is available full-time and available for immediate hire. Please email your resume and cover letter with the subject line “Sales Associate” to careers@wwake.com.


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Exclusive: “Virgil Abloh: ‘Figures Of Speech’” Exhibit Invites Viewers To “Question Everything” – TalkOfNews.com

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The show — loosely broken into sections like architecture, music, design, and fashion —  still holds the clothing racks full of pieces from Abloh’s first fashion venture, Pyrex Vision, and the Milan-based label that he founded in 2013, Off-White. There is still the striped dress Abloh created for Beyoncé’s 2018 Vogue cover shoot (it didn’t appear in the magazine). There is still the Nike shoe display from when the sportswear giant enlisted the multidisciplinary creative to redesign 10 of its most famous footwear styles in 2017. Yet, unlike typical exhibits, there is barely any signage accompanying the pieces, as if inviting viewers to be a “tourist or a purist,” a point of view that Abloh employed during his design process. Depending on how much you know about Abloh, or whether you want to consult the brochure the museum hands you upon entry or make your own assumptions about the items displayed, you can land in either of the camps. 

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