So Right Now
She saunters into the room, and jaws drop. In her hand is a Bloody Mary – extra spicy.
She could be a young Elvira – only, she’s wearing Alexander Wang. And she’s killing it.
Mistress of the Dark, eat your heart out. There’s a new Diva in town.
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Diva 2012 resolution #1: Bejewel yourself. Beachside, poolside, even at the office… Diva 2012 resolution #2: Stick to your budget.
Kate Bosworth pinged, diva. She says she can make the two compatible.
How? Do tell.
Svelte. Sexy lines. Round in all the right places…
Yes, darling. We’re describing you.
Except we’re also talking about a Marc Jacobs bag—it’s everything.
Pebbled leather with top handles.
Hammered metal embellishment.
You don’t do stress—it’s the only accessory you just don’t pull off. (And why would you want to?)
But the holiday season seems to get the better of you every time. Over budget by early December? Guilty shrug.
Not this year. Because DailyWorth wants to give you $1k to spend.
And then another $1k next year.
One piece, two piece… there’s a four-lettered word to describe you in any kind of poolside (or beachy) garb—even in the winter.
When you’re a diva, it’s all about the numbers game.
Example: the number of inches beneath your stilettos.
…Or how many stilettos you own.
…Or your fourth cup of coffee. At 10 am.
Question: What do Molly Sims, Gabrielle Bernstein and Bobby Flay have in common?
Answer: They shop for us.
What can you say?
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Every it girl needs an it bag. So what if we said someone wants to give you New York Fashion Week’s finest? Of course you’d accept!
Hello, this is why we’re obsessed with Refinery 29—because nothing is more diva than emerging fashion trends. In your closet, on your arm…
And always straight off the Fashion week runway.
These days, deals are everywhere. You’re all for discounts, but there’s a fine line between uh-maze and just ‘ugh.’
A “Save $5 on dinner” coupon that you’re unlikely to redeem? Not so much.
But a $2k shopping spree in Soho? Now that’s something worth winning.
You put the important in VIP, so the fact that insider pricing is something you’ve come to expect is not something you can help.
Four course meal for the price of one…
Alcohol on the house…
Who are you to say no when people want to give you things?
Savor this one, diva—or should we say ‘Savored’?