A lumberjack shirt is a must have, despite of what season it is. It’s the trend that never goes out of style. Finding the appropriate pieces to match it with is key to making this look work. The best way is usually to add darker colours with a touch of brown. I am loving Ashley Benson’s lumberjack and laced-up boots combination – you got the dark tones and the brown.
Want to perfect your lumberjack look? Try these pieces:
Checked shirt, ZARA, $60
Denim Jeggings, ZARA, $40
Straight-cut coat, ZARA, $90
Studded Cowboy Boots, ZARA, $50
Having spent the whole week enduring the freezing weather that comes with every winter in Canada, I think I know how this chimpanzee feels. Having lived in a house for almost 29 years in a monkey sanctuary in Wales, U.K, this chimp named Nakima refuses to leave the house without a blanket and loves to drink tea to stay warm!
This goes to show that humans and chimpanzees are very similar. Like Nakima, this is exactly how I spend my Sunday afternoons cooped up in front of a television screen.
After the first actual snow fall of the season, we all need to get our sweater-swag on! Miley Cyrus is the queen of comfort and edge and combined both these elements while grabbing a cup of coffee from Starbucks in Toluca Lake, California a few days ago. She donned a pair of grey leopard print pants with an overgrown sweater tucked in to show off her vintage-looking belt. Leopard print is the perfect way to transform a simple outfit into a statement look.
Want the look? Try these pieces:
Sweater, ZARA, $50
Leopard-Print Trousers, ZARA, $50
Drake has unveiled a $5,000 winter jacket. Why is it 5 grand? Well it is made with only the finest materials for winter wear.
Exclaim reports the jacket includes: buffalo leather, goose down, a silk-lined interior, a removable fox fur trim and 24-karat gold plated hardware. Yes, we said gold! The jacket was made in partnership with Canada Goose.
$5,000 for a winter jacket is insane. And really, do you want a gold plated jacket when you are walking around in the slush?
We hope the top brass at NBC aren’t planning on a bonus this year – because they sure do not deserve it. First they have Conan debacle which cost them a boat load of money. Now the VancouverOlympics have officially cost them even more money.
PerezHilton reports that the 2010 Vancouver Olympics cost NBC $800 Million in TV and Online rights. However at the end of the day they lost $223 Million on the entire deal.
You can thank extraordinary production costs and less than expected ad revenue for the loss. However ratings were up from the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin.