Cameron Simcik is a graduate of Bucknell University. She has written for Her Campus and is currently the Philadelphia Travel City Editor for The Daily Meal and a contributing writer for TheFW and GuySpeed.
When it comes to taking fashion risks, awards shows are the ideal time to just buck up and go for it. There are like, millions of people watching, after all. That being said, it does take a whole 'lotta guts to ere on the side of crazy couture, but this year's Oscars were bound to have some of those fashion risks, right? You betcha! Check out the craziest getups from the Red Carpet.
Quvenzhané Wallis is the adorable girl who played "Hushpuppy" in the Oscar-nominated film 'Beasts of the Southern Wild,' and America's been going wild over the cutie pie ever since. (She just scored the role of Annie in Jay-Z's big screen update of the classic musical.) This nine-year-old (yes, NINE) is up for the Best Actress award at tonight's Oscars, and there's no doubt she's holding her own among veteran celebs. We think this has something to do with her puppy purse.
We have some beef with dogs. How is it that they can get into loads of trouble, and we still can't get mad at them due ridiculous amounts of cuteness? It's sort of annoying, especially because most times pups know they're getting into shenanigans, but they do mischievous stuff anyway. Even then we still can't bear to punish the little buggers.
Is it just us, or are kids developing 'tudes younger and younger these days? Their sass factors have skyrocketed in recent years, although we're not entirely sure why. Take those evil glaring munchkins, for example. All we have to say is yikes.
February 14th is upon us, so it's time to whip out all the lovey dovey cliches, y'all. We're talking about the stuff we expect on V-Day-- the chocolates, roses and, of course, the proposal stories. It's a pretty cute idea to propose to your significant other on the most romantic day of the year, but with that comes a big, big risk-- that other person might say no. Yikes.
Warning: what you are about to see might induce an attack of adorable overload. Sit down, take a deep breathe and prepare yourself for... wait for it... Cupid babies. That's right-- we've discovered little kids who look like the love master himself. Aww!
Dogs have it good these days. Like, really good. They're gaining all sorts of attention just for being fashionable or looking like a human. How do they do it? We haven't the slightest clue. All we know is these days they're gaining more casual fame by being photographed in their owner's backpacks like it's no biggie (and it's ridiculously cute).
There are few things we love more than dogs. Think about it-- they look awfully cute in tutus, sport hoodies like champs and even pull off the whole eyebrow look with ease. Our love for dogs is so strong, in fa
In case you forgot, a little something called the Super Bowl went down yesterday. Alicia Keys rocked the National Anthem, Beyonce was as fierce as they come and the commercials were awesome. There's also one very underrated part of Super Bowl Sunday that often goes unnoticed-- the Puppy Bowl!
Only t-minus four days until the big game, so now is the perfect time to start thinking about the most important part of our Super Bowl party-- food. Nachos, sandwiches, pizza and anything greasy goes, as long as it's hardy and semi-manly. But how the heck are we supposed to choose with so many delicious options out there? Answer: go big.
It's surprisingly rough being a mascot these days. Sure, they're the awesome side entertainment at sporting events, but that puts a heck of a lot of pressure on them. Think about it-- mascots are constantly forced to cartwheel on ledges, do backflips in front of thousands of people and just be downright stupid. It can be awful, especially when things go wrong. Cue: mascot fails.
Warning: our obsession with baby animals is unstoppable. Can you honestly blame us, though? We're already suckers for anything fuzzy and adorable, but when it comes in a tiny version, we're just sucked in automatically. Remember miniature puppies or itty bitty kittens? Our point exactly.
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