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Julie Sariñana's Casual Tomboy Style


This is the idea of what was running through my head when I saw this photo and I thought about one of the places that she could be off to:

CURVY GIRLS: Cut-Off Shorts & Evans Print Blouse

I was trying to think of a face to place this outfit with and then I remembered that Khloe Kardashian rocked cut-off shorts not too long ago, hence the reason that I think she would look amazing in this ensemble. I planned to create this look for some time now, even though weirdly enough this creation started off with the Evans top. The denim shorts via TheBohipstian Etsy shop followed next, then the Saint Laurent ankle boots which were a definite must have after I spotted them, and lastly the Michael Kors cross-body bag was the final addition to this fly girl outfit. Khloe's hair, makeup, and gold hoops are just the perfect finishing touch, no? Khloe's photo: Aaron P/Bauer Griffin.

Something Blue; Bridal Style You Can Wear Everyday

It's still summer and that means that we're still in peak wedding season and if you want to be a bride but you didn't get the chance to be one just yet we've got you covered with these classic all white bridal style inspirations that you can wear everyday. If the origins of this tradition falls into your belief system, great. If it doesn't, it doesn't matter. This is fashion and style, and both are universal freedoms, so have fun trying on these looks, and let us know which one is your favorite. See all of the options..

GUESS WHO: Activist. Music Legend.

This recipient of 15 Grammy Awards, and 17 NAACP Image Awards as well as countless other honors is a singer, songwriter, and pianist. Her charting topping catalogue of #1 songs and albums has garnered her an international following and recognition as one of the most popular and successful musicians of the 21st century. She is an advocate and activist who created the We Are Here movement to bring people together to work towards creating positive changes in the world. She is also a philanthropist, and the co-founder of Keep A Child Alive which is an organization that aims to realize the end of AIDS for children and their families, by combating the physical, social and economic impacts of HIV. For years now she's ditched the overdone makeup look choosing instead to go makeup less which has consequently made her the face of the no-makeup wave. The message that she has been advocating is empowering and all about self-love, especially for women to embrace who they are, and for us to hold our opinion of ourselves higher than anyone's opinions of us. She's carried those positive and inspirational messages on to the music competition show The Voice where she's served as a mentor to aspiring musicians over the last couple of years.

#ArtForLife Benefit in New York

Russell Simmons' Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation — whose mission is to provide inner city youth with significant exposure to the arts, as well as support emerging artists with exhibition opportunities — hosted its annual #ArtForLife benefit gala in New York on July 15th. The Art For Life benefit gala is the primary fundraising initiative for the R.P.A.F.'s supporters, and also serves to honor exemplary individuals for success in their respective fields and good works to better our communities

Many high profile people came out to celebrate this year's honorees and to support this important benefit. Reportedly by the end of the night over one million dollars was raised for the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation! 

Singer, actor, and Broadway star Cynthia Erivo looked ultra feminine and pretty-in-pink in a flared hem number, and Russell Simmons' daughters (L)Aoki Lee Simmons and (R)Ming Lee Simmons looked gorgeous in their printed designer dresses.