Attention Kroger shoppers, style on aisle 9.
We spotted Jess last week— looking fabulous in oversized shades, awesome vintage lace shorts, and a swingy black cotton top — picking up some rice at the Union Kroger.
But the fashion does not end there ... Look! Leopard-print cake!
Come dressed to impress for the model search and then stick around for the Peabody Rooftop Party. Remember, we're looking for male and female models, so don't be shy fellas.
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We're considering creating a tag for this blog that reads: "miscellaneous things that make us want to cry." You know, so you guys could search for that tag on our site and immediately find this post, in which we tell you that fashion designer Cynthia Rowley has designed a line of Band-Aids. And this isn't even her first time doing so.
We're all for dressing your sad, skinned, post-weekend-bender knees, and we love the idea of adding a bit of panache to our everyday lives. We just aren't sure anyone is fooled by a fancy sequined patch over your oozing neck wound or by that gold chain where you cut your upper calf shaving. (Unless you guys wear jewelry on your calves now, and it's the hot new thing, and you just haven't been telling us?)
Okay, fine. We admit that they are kind of pretty: