So…I heard from someone apparently in Marx’s and Charlotte’s supports in FE14 that Marx said he always wanted to get married and had given up on his dream.
And basically my reaction was:
After hearing that I just want to hug Marx and be like “No don’t give up on your dream! You’ll be a great husband! You’ll find a wonderful person and you’ll get married and they’ll be by your side and you’ll support each other and love each other and asdfghjkl I love you.”
Just noticed Jen and Irina wore very similar black dresses recently. Irina wore that dress for a date with Bradley this past Monday and Jen wore hers this past Sunday. Who wore it best? IMO, Jen. Not just because I favour her and not just because she’s walking with sass and confidence while Irina is trying to hide herself from the paps. It’s honestly because I think Jen looks drop-dead gorgeous in that whole outfit. Nothing wrong with Irina’s outfit. This one on Jen just looks better. Tons better.
As a follow-up to the last post I made: I’m really digging Charlotte as a character so far. I thought I might dislike her from her initial character description. But, now that I know more about her I’m like “girl, you rock. Yes you got your issues but you rock.”
Caitlyn Jenner Stole an Hervé Leger Dress From Her ‘Vanity Fair’ Photo Shoot
Caitlyn Jenner seen in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood. Photo: Getty Images
Dressing like a lady is harder than it seems. Finding a dress that fits just right, and makes you feel fantastic, takes hours of online shopping, multiple trips back and forth to the post office, and becoming familiar with changing rooms in multiple stores. But when you the right item finally arrives — it zips without having to squeeze, curves and hugs in all the right places — it’s all worth it. But Caitlyn Jenner, still new to the trials and tribulations of what women go through to find the perfect LBD, used a shortcut: a stylist.
In New York City to make a surprise appearance at a party celebrating gay pride (she wore an Alexander Wang skirt with a belted white T-shirt to the event), the 65-year-old stepped out on Monday for a dinner at Tutto Il Giorno. She had on an Hervé Léger by Max Azria black dress, paired with low-slung black patent heels. Her hair was parted to the side and done in loose waves, with drop pearl earrings popping against the brunette coloring.
She looked great —and she obviously already knows the alluring power of finding the right dress because she’s worn it before. Jenner, who’s only been seen in women’s clothes a few times since announcing her transition to Diane Sawyer and appearing on the cover of Vanity Fair, was pictured in the designer bandage piece in the editorial.
Caitlyn Jenner lounging on a couch in her Mailbu home on the set of her Vanity Fair photo shoot. Photography by Annie Leibovitz for Vanity Fair
And it’s no wonder that she took it from set. Most women spend years mastering the companies and sizes that work best on them and Jenner’s just getting to know the wild world. Stylist Jessica Diehl did the shopping for the shoot, taken by Annie Leibovitz, and had the pieces tailored to Jenner’s size. That’s a luxury, and she’ taking advantage of it — who wouldn’t?!