Fashion has always been a big draw in women’s tennis. Many of the top players, including both Williams sisters and Maria Sharapova, have their own clothing lines.
But the men?
More and more, they appear to be fashion victims of the labels who pay them to wear their clothing on court. And then at this week’s French Open, THIS happens…
Who wore it better?
In that design, nobody wins.
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In basketball games, the home team wears white, and the visiting team wears a more saturated color.
In tennis, the players wear whatever they please, regardless of their seed in the tournament.
That’s why all of us watching the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters tournament on Tennis Channel are experiencing eye strain.
Both players in orange jerseys.
On an orange clay court.
I believe my eyes are bleeding orange blood, too.
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I am an Android user, so I should probably mind my own operating system…
But this redhead’s gotta represent!
Hey Apple — why doesn’t your iOS 8.3 update include emojis with red hair?
Your latest updated keyboard features emoji with blonde, brown and black hair…
But no red hair? No fair!
Sign the online petition to bring the red to Apple.
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Tagged Android, Apple, black hair, blonde hair, brown hair, emoji, iOS update, iOS8.3, keyboard, operation system, red hair, redhead, seeing red
The L’Oreal model for their ‘Blow Dry It’ primer spray looks very familiar…
Any Partridge Family fans out there? She’s the spitting image of young Susan Dey:
And just think — Susan got her hair that straight without a flat iron or primer spray.
How did she do it?
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Tagged advertising, beauty, blow-out, celebrities, entertainment, Fashion, flat iron, hair, Humor, L'Oreal, Lori Partridge, magazines, Partridge Family, shopping, Susan Dey, Television
As I sit firmly planted on the couch, enjoying another full day of March Madness, I noticed a trend amongst the basketball players.
(And I’m not talking about falling seeds.)
More and more are wearing tights under their shorts. A quick survey of Google images reveals many NBA players are making this choice as well.
I for one consider it a slam dunk.
Being a fairly pasty person, I find displaying my glowing gams to be a fashion don’t . The older I get, the smarter this decision becomes.
If these basketball leggings inspire fashion designers of everyday wear…
The NCAA tourney will have more than one winner this year!
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I started following @SteveJobQuotes on Twitter when the account appeared following his untimely death.
The account was exactly that — inspirational quotes from Jobs taken from his live talks or book.
It was food for thought.
But lately the tweets have taken a turn. Only today, “The best ways to flirt” and “Deadly fashion sins” were on their newsfeed.
I can’t picture Jobs having much to say on either topic, except perhaps —
“A black turtleneck is always right.”
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What makes a person look older?
Grey hair? Mom jeans? A few extra pounds?
According to the announcers calling the UK-Florida basketball game —
The announcer actually called them ‘cheaters’ when he spied them in the crowd on UK superfan and actress Ashley Judd. You could hear his disbelief, his teenage fantasies becoming as blurry as the words on her game day program.
She had aged before his very eyes.
One word: progressives.
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Tagged age, announcers, Ashley Judd, basketball, cheater glasses, college, commentary, design, eyes, Fashion, Florida, glasses, Health, Humor, life, looking old, progressives, reader glasses, Sports, superfan, Television, UK Wildcats