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Animal Lovers Are REALLY Unhappy With This Celeb Fashion Trend

Every season, there’s some bizarre new celebrity fashion trend. We thought we’d seen it all — until Gucci released a pair of shoes that has animal rights activists everywhere hopping mad.

And when I say “hopping,” I mean it. Gucci showed off the shoes at Milan Fashion Week, and they’ve quickly become the must-have item for celebrities. What’s so bad about them, you ask?

The loafers are lined with fur — kangaroo fur, to be exact.

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No one likes to think about a kangaroo dying for a pair of loafers, but that hasn’t stopped celebs from wearing them.

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Dr. Daniel Ramp of the University of Technology Sydney told the Daily Mail that “using kangaroo fur to produce fashion footwear is exploitation, especially since populations are in decline. The killing of these animals is inhumane, there is collateral damage and kangaroo culling has a large social cost on the remaining families and their young. Kangaroos are not objects — they are highly intelligent social animals.”

British model Alexa Chung was spotted wearing them at Milan Fashion Week, as you can see below. Other fans of the footwear include Sienna Miller, Kendall Jenner, and Dakota Johnson.

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Read More: Forget Mascara, These People Put Kitty Litter And Blood On Their Faces — What?!

The loafers are popular with men, too. From fashion editor Simone Marchetti…

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…to Tom Hiddleston in a recent Gucci photo shoot, everyone seems to want in on this trend.

So, what do you think? Would you wear these shoes? Let us know in the comments!

Personally, my feet are sweating just looking at them.

20 People And Animals That Blend In With Their Environments A Little Too Well

It’s no secret that some people like to stand out and others like to blend in.

While I personally take no issue with having all eyes on me, some people just can’t get down with that, and that’s totally okay! But no matter what side you happen to fall on, we all have those days when we wish we could just channel our inner Harry Potter and throw on an invisibility cloak.

Although magic isn’t real because the world is a big, spinning ball of banality, these people and animals pulled off epic examples of accidental camouflage without even trying.

I really need to get on their level for when I’d rather go about my day hidden in plain sight. If you need me, I’ll be taking serious stock of my wardrobe.

Taking Your Dog On A Walk Just Got A Heck Of A Lot Cuter And Easier

Taking a dog for a walk can be a bit of a hassle. You have to remember to bring poop bags, a leash, a toy, and perhaps even a little doggy sweater if it’s cold out. It’s easy for a person to forget any one of these items, but there may be a solution now…

Fashion designer Maggie Modena has created a truly unique product for you and your dog. It is a miniature backpack for your dog to wear that works both as a harness and as an extra storage item. Not only is she making cute backpacks for your dog, you can also get a matching bag so you and your pup can go out and hit the town in style!

She just set up a Kickstarter and needs donations for the product to officially hit the stores, but check out these fun details…

Maggie Modena has created cute little backpacks for your dog that will allow you to pack treats, toys, and poo bags with ease. You’ll never forget any of these items again because your dog will carry them with him/her!

The bags act as a harness as well as an extra storage unit. Plus they come in many different patterns and designs, so you can find the right backpack for your dog!

Not only does Maggie make the backpacks for your dog, but you can get yourself a matching backpack so you and your pup can go out in style!

So head to her Kickstarter now and donate to make sure this project actually gets to happen!

(via Kickstarter / Dog Pack)

Donate now to the Kickstarter, and with your donation, you can get some pretty awesome gifts. There is a dog calendar, fun stickers, and you can even get the doggy backpack and matching backpack if your donation is high enough! So donate today and make sure that this awesome product gets to be made!

What Exactly Were These Clothing Tags Trying To Accomplish? LOL

Have you ever seen something ridiculous written on the tags of your clothes? Probably not, because who even bothers to look at those things? Luckily for us, these people did. In addition to not shrinking the t-shirt they just bought after wearing it once, they also found some pretty hilarious and wildly unnecessary instructions on them. Take a look!  

1.) Tasty too!

2.) That’s right, never put your clothes on a turkey–no matter how funny you think it will look.

3.) Just because it’s on a tag doesn’t mean it’s true.

4.) Just like in that movie The Things You Can’t Feed After Midnight!

5.) It’s so important to shop local.

6.) I promise to learn from your mistake.

7.) Perfect! Hate having to change the shirt I go to sleep in at midnight.

8.) Not for the person who has to pay for it

9.) Time to get some XLs and a camera.

10.) We shall see about that once a delivery guy shows up with my Chinese food 15 minutes early.

11.) Make up your mind!

12.) Did that t-shirt come with a matching fedora?

13.) Well, they’re not wrong.

14.) It’s got to be pretty tough to put a smile on the face of someone who’s bored enough to be reading clothing tags.

15.) But I love bleach!

(via eBaum’s WorldtheChive)

Couldn’t get a good pic, but the tag on my t-shirt says 100% cotton. Ha ha good one, Hanes! Now you all have a reason to start looking at your clothing tags (because normal washing directions are so boring).

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These Hairstyles Are for the Truly Stout of Heart, Not for the Wishy-Washy. Not At All.

We know Halloween is coming up and that it’s expected for people to go all out. Halloween costumes are all about making others notice (and fear) your appearance. But then there are the folks who need appreciation 365 days a year. These dedicated people are our subject today. 

When Cheryl says she has eyes in the back of her head, she means it. She means only one eye, but it’s no less terrifying.

When Cheryl says she has eyes in the back of her head, she means it. She means only one eye, but it's no less terrifying. Strange and Interesting Things

Yeah, the hair sculpture is impressive, but you couldn’t dye your eyebrows to match?

Yeah, the hair sculpture is impressive, but you couldn't dye your eyebrows to match? StuffPoint

“But I told my barber I was a soccer fan.”

"But I told my barber I was a <i>soccer</i> fan." prafulla.com

There comes a point in your life where you have to let go of the past and move on into a new age. That point is now, dude.

There comes a point in your life where you have to let go of the past and move on into a new age. That point is now, dude. Reddit/DavisReddit

Mickey knew his blood sugar could drop to a dangerous low at any second, so he always went prepared.

Mickey knew his blood sugar could drop to a dangerous low at any second, so he always went prepared. Tumblr

Annie was going through her apathetic teen phase, and she wanted everyone to know it.

Annie was going through her apathetic teen phase, and she wanted everyone to know it. Glamour.com

She thought she was going to be the the most unique kid at school…

She thought she was going to be the the most unique kid at school... Sheismynutritionist.com

…she walked in the next say and saw her new arch rival.

...she walked in the next say and saw her new arch rival. jroo.me

His 360-degree beard says “I’m a man of adventure,” but his eyes say “Dear God, what have I done?”

His 360-degree beard says "I'm a man of adventure," but his eyes say "Dear God, what have I done?" Reddit/newton101

No, they totally look like overpriced headphones from a distance. Totally.

No, they totally look like overpriced headphones from a distance. Totally. soraspy.com

Denise was inspired by the Statue of Liberty, but crowns were so last season.

Denise was inspired by the Statue of Liberty, but crowns were so last season. Oddee

No matter your style, delusion is a terrible fashion choice.

No matter your style, delusion is a terrible fashion choice. nedhardy.com

“One day I’ll escape this prison.”

"One day I'll escape this prison." funmag.org

People made fun of Mary for being over-the-top with her fashion, but she was really illustrating various species of coral in what was perhaps a misguided attempt to make marine biology more accessible.

People made fun of Mary for being over-the-top with her fashion, but she was really illustrating various species of coral in what was perhaps a misguided attempt to make marine biology more accessible. Funniest Haircuts Ever

You think you get into the holiday spirit? You so don’t.

You think you get into the holiday spirit? You so don't. Izismile

Jerry got tired of the weight of his dreadlocks, and also felt he should look festive. Luckily, there was a solution.

Jerry got tired of the weight of his dreadlocks, and also felt he should look festive. Luckily, there was a solution. Reddit/The_Automator22

Joe always wanted to try the classic handlebar mustache, but he also really liked the mustache he already had.

Joe always wanted to try the classic handlebar mustache, but he also really liked the mustache he already had. Imgur

I sincerely hope this is the same woman who did the Christmas tree.

I sincerely hope this is the same woman who did the Christmas tree. doylez.com

You must have to budget a lot for all that hairspray. Just saiyan.

You must have to budget a lot for all that hairspray. Just saiyan. Reddit/The_Doctor_00

When you want to read, but your hair keeps falling in front of your face

When you want to read, but your hair keeps falling in front of your face favimages.net

We like to think of this as some horrible, horrible mutation of the mullet.

We like to think of this as some horrible, horrible mutation of the mullet. Izismile

People kept asking what her favorite dessert was, so she figured she would make it obvious.

People kept asking what her favorite dessert was, so she figured she would make it obvious. obviouswinner.com

On his way out, Dan felt a good strong tailwind coming from the east. Sailing would be smooth and serene.

On his way out, Dan felt a good strong tailwind coming from the east. Sailing would be smooth and serene. CuriousPhotos

If you scan it, it spells out a secret message.

If you scan it, it spells out a secret message. rsvlts.com

They made fun of Billy’s haircut, but when he put sunglasses on it and walked backward, he was the only one who didn’t need a fake ID.

They made fun of Billy's haircut, but when he put sunglasses on it and walked backward, he was the only one who didn't need a fake ID. lolriot.com

 So what do we think? That these are totally going to be the next hottest trends? Yeah, we thought so too. 

Ex-American Apparel Chief Rallies Workers To Organize At Secret Meeting

Dov Charney appealed to more than 300 current and former textile workers this past Saturday in a backyard meeting in South Central Los Angeles. The American Apparel founder was officially fired in December but refuses to walk away from the company he created in the late ’90s.

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LOS ANGELES — Standing among more than 300 current and former American Apparel textile workers, Dov Charney took the microphone and launched into an impassioned speech.

“Don’t ask what you can do for me. Don’t ask what you can do for yourselves. Ask what you can do for the company,” the ex-American Apparel chief executive said as the workers erupted into applause.

It was a scene that could have played out years ago on the floor of American Apparel’s downtown Los Angeles factory. But this past Saturday, the backdrop was the concrete backyard of a modest home in South Central L.A., just one day after the company’s new CEO sent a Spanish-language message to factory workers, warning them of “external forces trying to cause trouble and affect our business.”

Surrounded by current and former factory workers — many of them shareholders — Charney relayed his version of the events that led to his official ouster in December after the company’s board first moved to fire him last summer.

To keep the company from being sold, Charney said, he put his trust in a hedge fund named Standard General that effectively gained control of his stake in the business. But rather than represent his interests, the firm went against him, installing a board designed to carry out their will, he said.

As a translator relayed each new revelation to the crowd in Spanish, the workers gasped like they were watching a soap opera.

The people now in charge of American Apparel, Charney continued, don’t know how to manage the delicate balance between the factory and the stores. Products aren’t getting made, they don’t know what to produce, people are getting fired, and hours are being cut, he contended.

What’s more, they don’t have a connection to the history of the company, “and it’s dangerous,” Charney told the employees.

Now, it was time to hit back — the workers must organize, he said.

“It’s not about me, it’s not about you; it’s about us and the special connection we have,” he told the crowd.

After being asked about the worker gathering, an American Apparel spokesperson said the company “is and always has been a brand deeply rooted in social commentary.”

“As such, we support our employees’ right to free speech,” the spokesperson said in an email to BuzzFeed News. “And we remain committed to our core principles of providing fair wages to employees, and to sweatshop-free manufacturing right here in the city of Los Angeles.”

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The gathering was the latest twist in the long American Apparel saga that began last summer. Charney, who has been unable to regain managerial or financial control of the company he created since his ouster last June, is now appealing to American Apparel’s factory workers, who are central to the retailer’s sweatshop-free, “Made in the USA” ethos.

It’s a vulnerable, largely immigrant workforce that’s faced a slew of uncertainty since American Apparel’s management upheaval began this summer, as Standard General took control of the company and most of the executive ranks turned over. While American Apparel’s new Chief Executive Paula Schneider started in January, it’s still struggling to stabilize — just last month, Schneider had to address an internal pro-Charney email campaign waged by an anonymous current employee, and made headlines for firing two longtime creative directors who worked under the founder.

Schneider seems aware of the potential for unrest among the textile workers, sending an email in Spanish to staff on Friday, reassuring them that their jobs were safe, and warning of “external forces” intent on harming the company. The full memo, obtained by BuzzFeed News, is published below.

It’s unclear how organizing a workforce coalition will help Charney win back his place atop a company that currently won’t even allow him to set foot on the factory floor. But the former executive told his troops on Saturday that it would be in their interest to have him reinstated as the head of American Apparel. He promised better working conditions, a return to the free-spirited culture that made the brand successful, an emphasis on loyalty to the factory workers.

“It’s about where we’re going to go,” Charney said to applause on Saturday. “It’s about sticking together.”

The audience needed little convincing, surrounding Charney for photo ops like a rock star after his address, as representatives of Hermandad Mexicana, an immigration advocacy group, diligently set about taking down names and phone numbers. Later today, the group, which is calling itself the “Coalition of American Apparel Factory Workers United to Save American Apparel,” is expected to issue a statement about the meeting.

Maria Luisa Salgado, a spokeswoman for the group, said the company’s current management “is estranged from the cultural spirit that existed at American Apparel under the leadership of its founder, Dov Charney.” She complained of intimidation and interrogations of organizers by “large and gruff security guards,” calling it “a violation of the United States Constitution and the National Labor Relations Board Act.” In the statement, the group called for an end to “blind reduction” of production hours and the furloughing of workers.

A source inside the company said any cutback in hours is a seasonal adjustment, especially given the holiday quarter, typically the busiest for retailers, just ended.

Charney, who founded American Apparel in 1998, was served with a termination letter in June for a long list of reasons including breaching his fiduciary duty, violating company policy — including sexual harassment and anti-discrimination policies — and misusing corporate assets.

The ousted executive worked as a paid consultant for American Apparel during an internal investigation that began in July, but he was officially fired in December. Charney’s lawyers described the investigation as “a complete sham” and said the decision to terminate him was “completely groundless.” Since then, a group of employees operating under the moniker #TeamDov has started a website petitioning for his return.

American Apparel’s new executives are aware of the pro-Charney insurgency within the retailer. One employee has been sending mass emails to employees slamming new management and Standard General, leading Schneider to respond to the messages in a Feb. 19 memo, BuzzFeed News reported last week. The #TeamDov website, with hundreds of messages showing support for Charney, is publicly accessible.

“I encourage you not to be influenced by unfounded personal attacks or baseless threats about job security sent by outsiders who do not have the company’s best interests at heart,” Schneider said in last week’s memo.

Standard General, for its part, said in December that its goal is to “help American Apparel grow and succeed.”

“We supported the independent, third-party and very thorough investigation into the allegations against Mr. Charney, and respect the board of director’s decision to terminate him based on the results of that investigation,” a Standard General spokesperson said in an email at the time.

American Apparel’s shares have fallen 16% this year to 87 cents each; they fell 16% last year as well. The company hasn’t posted an annual profit since 2009.

American Apparel, similar to chains like Chipotle and SeaWorld, lists unionization as a risk factor in regulatory filings, noting that the formation of such a group could halt work, raise labor costs, and hurt the company’s relationship with its employees.

American Apparel has historically prided itself on paying more than the minimum wage to sewing staff and other manual laborers and offering them benefits like on-site health care and massages, subsidized lunches, and affordable health insurance. Its workers have never unionized, though Charney noted he’s not “anti-union” in a 2004 interview, adding that if American Apparel’s workers wanted a union “they would have one.”

American Apparel CEO Paula Schneider sent this email, in Spanish, to workers on Friday, a source told BuzzFeed News. The translation is below.

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Translation of above email from American Apparel CEO Paula Schneider:

Dear appreciated employees:

As you know, I started at the company at the beginning of the year. I am writing to you to promise you that our commitment to you is still the same.

You are incredibly important to us: American Apparel wouldn’t be a success without your hard work and dedication. This company is much more than clothes-making. We stand up for fair wages and the equal treatment of our employees and all human beings. We will never abandon these values.

I would like to talk about a few things that you have probably heard. Over the past five years, days or hours of work have been cut down, this is not news. The decrease in work that you have seen will balance our inventory, so that we can position ourselves to start the summer/fall season, in full force. Salaries and benefits are still the same. The company is stable. These facts are true now and in the foreseeable future.

I know you feel that Dov fought for you. He protected you, your work and family. I know it must be hard to see him leave, and I will always support your right of expression.

I highly respect what Dov has built here. Like you, I am thankful to him for having started this company. Many of you don’t know me yet, but I share the same passion for the company, and the same belief in employees’ rights. All we do is pursue the goal of making this company great so that we can continue employing the highest number of possible employees with the benefits you deserve.

Please, know that there are external forces trying to cause trouble and affect our business. I ask you please, do not misinterpret actions. I did not come to American Apparel to change its values or its culture. I took this job because I believe in the company’s spirit, the one it has had and will always have. This is just the beginning of our relationship, but I would like to ask you for your trust that together we will achieve impressive things. It’s an honor for me to be the leader of this great company, and above all, to work with all of you.

Yours sincerely,

Paula Schneider

Via Translated by Mariana Marcaletti/BuzzFeed News

With reporting assistance from Mariana Marcaletti.

19 Ways To Wear Your Pride For Black History Month

Say it with ya chest. Or your ears, or wrists, or…you get the point.

1. Queen Nefertiti Wood Earrings

Your bling has bling. Get them here. $16.

2. Dookie Bracelets

Nakimuli Inc.

 

There’s eight different prints to choose from with these soft, stackable bracelets. Get them here, at $45 for 6.

3. Afro-American Iron-On / Sew-On Patch

Wear your pride on your sleeve when you sew or iron on this patch. Get yours here. $6.75

4. Bisa Earrings

Add some razzle dazzle with these tassels. Other funky designs here. $12.90.

5. Pocket Mirror

 

This adorable handmade pocket mirror could also be a pin or magnet. Grab one here. $6.75.

6. Ayodele Ankara Socks

However, I stay cultured down to the socks. Get them here. $24.99.

7. “Damn It, Gina” Tee

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Republic & Co. recently relaunched, and with trademark catchphrases from Martin like, “You Go Girl” and “Damn It, Gina,” their tees and sweats never stay in stock for too long.

8. Afro King Baby Creeper

QuellyRue Designs

Because it’s never too early to instill self-pride. Snap your baby up in a 100% cotton onesie here. $16.

9. Carter/Fresh BHM Tee

This limited-edition tee honors Carter G. Woodson, the founder of Negro History Week, now known as Black History Month. Order yours here. $20.

10. Africa Pick Earrings and African Print Button Studs

JustThingsbyLX

 

Take your pick, get it? Get them here for $9.39 and $7.98.

11. She’s Gotta Have It Brooch

Rachel Stewart Jewelry

Inspired by the iconic Spike Lee film, this brooch also comes as a pair of badass dangly earrings, if you prefer. Get hooked up here. $25.

12. Unisex Kente Bowtie

This bowtie features an elastic band, making it easily convertible into a hair accessory. Snap one up here. $20.

13. Africa Stud Earrings With Gold Tip

A more subtle way to shine. Get these small studs here. $10.

14. Limited Edition Sweater

Ide Nation features a number of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, in case you don’t happen to be a proud Florida A&M Rattler. Get draped up here. $55.

15. Unisex Brass Ankh Necklace With Jasper Pendant

Get a handle on things here. $20.

16. Sankofa Wood Hand-Stained Earrings

These Sankofa earrings literally mean “reach back and get it,” or learn from your past. Get schooled here. $20.

17. Egyptian Eyes Nail Decals

Let the Eye of Horus protect your digits on the reg. Get these decals here, with instructions included. $6.

18. Egyptian African Queen Hipster T-Shirt

This Neferti-tee comes in different colors and plus sizes for men and women. Snag one here. $26.

19. Make Art/Not War Mug

Drink every drip drop, drip drippity drop. Get yours here. $15.

Share your favorite artisans in the comments below!

These Gorgeous Photos Prove That Lagos Street Style Is The Best

Lagosians just do it better.

1. Lagos — the commercial capital of Nigeria — is the largest city in Africa. It is also one of the fastest growing cities in the world.

And among the teeming millions that make it a hub of excitement and innovation are some seriously stylish people.

Lagos Street Style

3. For the last five months, one anonymous blogger has been photographing the city’s most striking people on the streets and posting the pictures — plus commentary — on Lagos Street Style.

4. The photographer, who recently moved to Nigeria from Scotland, is a lawyer in the oil and gas sector.

“I have a keen interest in style, street photography, writing, and people-watching,” she says. “The best way to combine all these loves was the blog.”

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6. The results are great.

7. Like this striking woman in a striking dress:

Lagos Street Style

8. And this lovely churchgoer:

Lagos Street Style

9. This simply dressed beauty:

Lagos Street Style

Lagos Street Style

 

10. This accessory queen (a former Miss Nigeria, fact fans!):

Lagos Street Style

11. And this modern take on an iro and buba:

Lagos Street Style

12. This super-stylish bearded dude:

Lagos Street Style

13. This star-spangled woman turning heads on the street:

Lagos Street Style

14. This cutie in a graphic tee:

Lagos Street Style

Lagos Street Style

 

15. This perfect mash-up of prints:

Lagos Street Style

16. This breezy trio of #CarefreeBlackGirls:

Lagos Street Style

17. This incredibly photogenic public proposal(?!):

Lagos Street Style

18. This woman with a strict three-colour palette:

Lagos Street Style

19. This trilby-wearing on-duty photographer:

Lagos Street Style

Lagos Street Style

 

20. There’s lots more photography on Lagos Street Style.

15 Reasons Ava DuVernay Is Your New Fashion Icon

When she’s not behind the camera, Ava DuVernay steals the show. Here are 15 of the Selma director’s most stunning red-carpet looks.

1. There are endless reasons to admire writer-director Ava DuVernay: She became the first black woman to win Best Director at the Sundance Film Festival in 2012, and has been crafting powerful, diverse narratives ever since.

Her achievements behind the scenes are remarkable, but let’s take a minute to acknowledge that when it’s time to floss, the girl brings it every. single. time.

2. Here she is rocking her locs in a pompadour, while wearing a navy gown with a train. Could she be any classier? The answer is no. No, she could not.

Mario Anzuoni / Reuters

3. How bout this feminine, lace-embroidered top paired with a floor-length, textured skirt?

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4. Clevage: so passé. LOOK AT THAT NECKLINE! Is it not thee most intriguing neckline you’ve seen on a red carpet garment?

Dimitrios Kambouris / Via Getty Images

5. Yes, you can rock a grown and sexy tutu if you want. Ava says so.

Alberto E. Rodriguez / Via Getty Images for NAACP

6. So many things are being executed perfectly in this look: perfect collarless blazer execution, perfect grounding of the florals, and perfect midi-length skirt-wearing.

Jason Kempin / Via Getty Images for Variety

7. Here’s Ava in head to toe silver. Other folks might have looked like the Tin Man in such a daring color, but not Ava. Never Ava.

Imeh Akpanudosen / Via Getty Images for NAACP Image Awards

8. School is still in session here, people. Some fashion “experts” advise against wearing a red gown on a red carpet. But there’s no fear of Ava ever blending in. Behold:

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9. And here she is later in the same night, making a statement for social justice with her Selma cast on the steps of the New York Public Library.

Ray Tamarra / Via Getty Images

10. Eff anyone who says natural hair is not elegant. Here, Ava dons locs and an African wax fabric dress, and she does it like a true ~queen~.

Alberto E. Rodriguez / Via Getty Images for AFI

11. In this one, Ava has a handsome, matching accessory: frequent collaborator David Oyelowo. Perhaps equally as handsome are her golden pillbox clutch, oxblood mani, and radiant smile. It’s all in the details.

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12. Satin joggers, pointy-toed pumps, matching bold lip? Check, check, and check.

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Even her business casual is aspirational.

13. Why, yes, that is a crop top. And a long skirt, with pockets.

14. This, children, is how you mix prints. Florals with black and white stripes, done the DuVernay way.

Imeh Akpanudosen / Via Getty Images for Deadline

15. As you gaze upon this white column dress, you might also notice one other thing about Ava — curves for days. Ava is tall and curvy and doesn’t hide her assets. Celebrate yoself.

16. And this was in Essence magazine, not a red carpet, but Ava taught perhaps the most important lesson of all, as she accepted — nay, appreciated — her “flaws.”

“…to my Mom for making me wear braces to close the gap in my smile but I never wore the retainer so the gap became crazy crooked and now I like it.”

21 Reasons You Should Honestly Be Wearing A Jumpsuit Right Now

Jump on it.

Hi guys. Can we take a quick sec and talk about jumpsuits?

Because they are the absolute best.

1. First of all, jumpsuits won’t hold you back when you NEED to dance.

Make no mistake: The rhythm is going to get you. And you cannot allow yourself to be held back by the need to adjust your pants or shirt.

2. They allow you to thwart thirsty randos with minimal effort.

Get your hand away from me if you want to keep it.

3. In fact, jumpsuits are the preferred outfits of flawless humans.

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Selena approves.

4. They make riding your little motorized scooter thing a breeze.

No pants, no buttcrack, no problem. ~scoot scoot~

5. Jumpsuits make exercising a joy.

Nothing is gonna get in the way of you and your friends workin’ hard on your pecs and your glutes.

6. And jumpsuits can be surprisingly versatile, offering you the look of a Laura Ashley-loving first-grade teacher circa 1997 and the feel of heaven.

Do respect jumpsuits’ ability to multitask.

7. Jumpsuits can look very modern.

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Sleek af.

8. Or fabulously retro.

 

The ’70s were the absolute height of fashion, and I am willing and prepared to fight you if you disagree, because you would be wrong.

9. Jumpsuits can be whimsical.

Polka-dots!

10. Or totally glam.

I believe in a thing called jumpsuits.

11. You wanna dance on Mars? Betta wear a jumpsuit.

What else would you wear to do that? I am honestly asking you.

12. Honestly, jumpsuits are the only thing that make sense when you want to look like a superstar.

Good enough for the King; good enough for you.

13. Just slip one on and you’ll feel like you’re starring in your own music video.

I can’t stand the rain NOR people who don’t understand jumpsuits.

14. The trick to wearing a jumpsuit is to really, really own it. It’s a sign of strength and confidence.

Bravo

Every leopard spot on that jumpsuit signifies a person she’s demolished for wearing the same outfit.

15. Jumpsuits are the only outfit that makes sense when you want to look stylish WHILST kicking ass.

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Bruce Lee knew this well.

16. Jumpsuits are your way of telling the world, “Yes, I know I look good.”

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Do as the Dude.

17. They look good on dudes.

YES.

18. They look good on dudettes.

E!

VERY YES.

19. They look stunning on little fighting babies.

EXTREMELY YES.

20. There is no occasion where a jumpsuit isn’t appropriate.

None.

21. Whatever style you choose, when you’re in a jumpsuit, you’re dressed to impress.

All eyes on you, boo.