Between the copious amounts of CLUELESS-inspired plaid/gingham in my closet, my newly acquired Alex Mack highlights, and my… well… Princess Diana fixation… I am a woman stuck in the 90s.
We needed workout motivation post lockdown so we challenged Estilo Mio to help us put together a Princess Diana-inspired street style outfit.
70sRose on TikTok has set social media ablaze with her fantastic Princess Diana haircut. We ask celebrity stylist Nick Chavez how to achieve the look!
The 21-year-old designer had two days to execute her challenge. She decided to start with a base to build the dress off of so she headed to her local Goodwill. Sitting within the walls of the thrift store sat a perfect black 90’s ruched dress.
The florals. The pastels. The puffs! The enchanting sets and whimsical wardrobes! Why Judith March’s Easter collection is making us binge ‘Bridgerton’ x100.
Sarah will “discuss her work as Meghan and how she feels about Meghan’s life, especially her significant milestones, such as marriage, pregnancy, business ventures, home locations, friendships, and much more.”
Princess Diana wanted to be the Queen of People’s Hearts and she succeeded. No better way to honor your favorite royal and her spirit than with this Judith March Queen of Hearts tee!
There’s no better way to say “It’s complicated.” or “I’m not entirely sure of what’s going on here…” than with this ‘Crown’ themed Valentine’s Day card from happyrose on Etsy.
Whether you’re a book worm, beauty junkie, or bubblegum bust aficionado… we’ve got you covered! I’ve collected a list of some of my favorite items to gift your BFF (or yo’self!) this Valentine’s Day.
Although Princess Diana wore her red houndstooth Moschino blazer more than once, chances are you remember her famously wearing it when racing to embrace Prince William and Prince Harry as they boarded the royal yacht Britannia.
“Good luck dealing with your family this Christmas!” reads a cartoon royal family themed Christmas card starring Princess Diana holding a gift and wearing a frown. #Relatable
Meghan Markle continues to leave her mark. Yes And founder Marci Zaroff explains, “We named all of our products after influential women that we admire. We want these products to reflect the names of individuals who have been a driving force throughout their careers and whose commitment inspires us daily!”