Friday, June 17, 2011
Whitney Port may be adjusting to life on the singles circuit (she and Ben Nemtin recently split up), but she appeared bright and cheery at The Historic Hollywood Tower earlier this week. Wearing a multicolored mini dress (or, at least mini-looking on her) and a smile, the stylish starlet paired her artsy frock with a buttery camel leather purse and strappy metallic sandals. Her beachy blonde locks and oversize sunnies totally accentuated the bohemian look.
Itsy-bitsy bikinis were practically second skin for the former star of The Hills and Laguna Beach, but Cavallari tells PEOPLE, "[It] wasn't until I moved to L.A. – with all the paparazzi – that I became really aware of how I looked." So how does the recently engaged star (to Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler), 24, get the body confidence to rock a two-piece and deal with cameras 24/7? "Everyone is their own worst critic," says Cavallari, who plays up her favorite feature – her legs! – with string bikinis. "Sometimes you just have to take a step back and say, 'Okay, it's actually not that bad.'"
By now it probably feels like there are few (if any) women on the planet who don’t know lululemon. This Canadian success story (a self-described yoga-inspired athletic apparel company) hails from Vancouver, British Columbia with stores across Canada, the US, and Australia. It’s internationally known, extremely popular, workout and leisurewear that is addictively-amazing. If you haven’t noticed the logo (a stylized “A”, which stands for “Athletically Hip,” a name that was being considered for the company) EVERYWHERE, you will now.
Kristin’s wearing lulu’s reversible cropped wunder unders – I have too many pairs of these to admit – black, dark gray, even purple. The snugging luon material is comfortable, yet flattering. Lauren’s crops are the Run Turbo, a bit shorter and shinier, and still combining fashion with function.