Mae Murray started the whole pouty lip thing in the 1920s...
But Lana del Rey took it to a whole new level.
Who did it best?
I received a few of these as a gift from my dad, and a couple from my Grandmother.
Nothing classes up an outfit like a cameo. Wear them as a brooch, on a choker, in your hair, or even accessorize your clutch with one.
Transcend trendiness. These never get old!
Julia in "Pretty Woman"
Lana de Rey in "Ride"
Pretty sure that Julia knows she'd totally win the "Who Wore It Best" if that feature (and LDR) had existed in 1990.
But we were all obsessed with this red dress when we saw "Pretty Woman" so Lana, we totally get it. A for effort.
But what I think we are really asking ourselves is...is Lizzie Grant behind this whole thing?
Was Julia Lizzie's inspiration all along...is this amazing transformation from Lizzie to Lana inspired by a 1990s chick flick? Because that is what would really blow my mind.
Lana/Lizzie, you win again.
I freaking love Lana, but it's nice to see she still has a Lizzie Grant moment every now and then.
This "manufacture every team's merch in pink" trend is just silly. Pink and sports have nothing in common.
If you are attending a game and don't have any team jerseys, team hats, tees, etc. or anything at all with your team's colors, then please just wear neutral...i.e. jeans and a white or black top.
Anything but pink.
Pink jerseys, tees, hats, etc. make me want to make fun of the people wearing them. Also, if I was an athelete, I think I'd be kind of offended by my team's logo on a pink jersey.
In general, pink attire worn at sporting events is all kinds of ridiculous...and it makes you look like you are trying too hard to look cute. Don't be that girl!!!
Take a cue from the girls of the SEC...they know how to dress for their team and look hot at the same time. Most of these girls have spent their entire lives perfecting the art of dressing for a sporting event.
Emulate these girls, and save your pink for breast cancer charity events. TRUST.
Now that Orb has crushed everyone's hopes of there being an actual Triple Crown Winner this year , we can all relax and focus on what horse racing is really about:
Remember socialites, your hats can never be too big, crazy, or ridiculous at the races...as long as they are proportionate to your husband's gambling losses, you have nothing to worry about!