Layers on layers of neutral colors, and most being black. This time around I added a bit of depth with my new grey Express jacket which has turned out to be a savior for any occasion.
When I’m not traveling, I’m battling the frigid new york weather like an onion.
It has a casual dressy vibe so you can throw it on over a dress shirt or tee- your choice really.
I paired it with skinny black jeans and a comfy sweater for when you need to start “peeling the onion” you’re not going to end up looking like you got dressed in the dark.
I’m a firm believer that it’s important to put effort into your ‘under-outfit’ so that when you go for lunch or a meeting you won’t take off your coat to a clown suit. I know everyones grumpy because it’s 20 degrees out but that shouldn’t be an excuse to start wearing your pajamas under your Marc Jacobs coat, okay?
Make sure to check out some affordable options via Express to master your process of layering for this tail-end of Winter.
Team USA’s 2012 Olympics women’s gymnastics squad is superior to Nastia Liukin’s crew in every way. And Liukin won four individual medals including all-around gold.
Back in 2008, Liukin, Shawn Johnson and company racked up the medals for the U. While her success in Beijing was impressive, Gabby Douglas will leave London with a more-impressive resume. But difficulty-wise, consistency-wise, definitely USA’s finest. After Team USA trounced Russia by over five points in the finals, it’s difficult to argue with him.
On Tuesday – the Americans won gold in the all-around team competition for the first time since 1996. While the whole crew— including Jordyn Wieber, Aly Raisman, Mc Kayla Maroney and Kyla Ross—contributed to the triumph, it was Douglas who led the way.
Mark Emmert of Demoines reported that coach John Geddert raved about the girls and made a bold claim after their victory, saying – This is the best team of all time. She was the only team member to participate in all four events and was phenomenal in every single one of them. gymnast has just signed on to become TIGI’s newest spokesperson.
Nastia Liukin may not be competing in the 2012 Olympics, but she’s still a winner nevertheless. The multiyear deal with the hair product company will include campaign advertising, social media pushes, promotions and appearances and will also include a cobranded line ostensibly in the former Team USA superstar’s name – though details on that have yet to be formally announced.
The beauty and haircare purveyors noted in their announcement that the 22-year-old Liukin’s “undeniable beauty, style and passion for life make her a perfect personality for our brands.” Can’t argue with that.