Do you have a father-in-law just like Victor? A brother that reminds you of Michael? Check out the second part of the gift guide, this one inspired by the men of Genoa City. And of course, once again, everything is under $100! (For Part One, see here: http://theyoungandthestylish.onsugar.com/Holiday-Gift-Guide-2012-2608710...)
Posts for November 30th 2012
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Christine wears a white jacket. Just to do a quick recap, she's going to New York to tell Danny she's starting something with Paul when she isn't exactly dating either man? Um, okay. About as pointless as the countless news reports about Kate Middleton's new bangs. And according to critics, about as worthless as Pippa Middleton's new party planning book. However, despite Christine's useless actions, you've gotta hand it to her; she's stepping up her fashion game lately. Donating those blazers to Goodwill has done wonders for her. Do you think that's how Nina will feel about giving Paul away to someone "less fortunate"?
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Jill wears a colorblock shirt. As she gets some sisterly advice from Lauren about dating, she acts as if her return to the "dating arena" is the craziest thing. Clearly, Jill has yet to stumble across this year's GOOP Gift Guide by Gweneth Paltrow. Your very own spinning bike? How about the "grow your own garden" planter box? A wooden swing, perhaps? It really doesn't get more ludicrous than that. Jill may very well be crazy for agreeing to go on a date with Tucker but at least she knows what she's getting into. Gweneth, on the other hand, may want to rethink the unpractical gift guide with Rockerfeller price-tags for next year.
Tagged with: 10 Crosby by Derek Lam, the young and the restless, farfetch.com
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Lauren wears a teal dress and a branch necklace. Angus T. Jones telling viewers not to watch Two and a Half Men is like Lauren telling Genoa City residents not to shop at Fenmore's. In other words, why on earth would somebody sabotage his or her own career? Perhaps in Jones' case, it was having a Mr. Charlie Sheen as a mentor for all those years on set. You just know the crazy man was encouraging the youngster to drink up some of that tiger blood and all. As for Lauren, luckily she doesn't have any self-sabotage in her or any "Anger Management" issues to boot. You know what Sheen would say to that? (Get ready to cringe.) Winning.
$360.00 at Reiss
$18.00 at Urban Outfitters
Tagged with: branch necklace, ilda, the young and the restless, REISS, Urban Outfitters
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Gloria wears a leopard blazer. She may be sitting at the new restaurant in town listening to her son gripe about his financial woes but even that doesn't deter her from making snarky comments about the establishment. One could even venture to say Gloria may be channeling Anton, the harsh restaurant critic in Ratatouille. And who's betting that right about now Kevin is wishing he could control his mother like a marionette the way Remy controls Linguini in the film? That way, Gloria would be happily dishing out the cash her youngest so desires. Five stars to cooking up a scheme like that, right?
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Chelsea wears a black dress. As she shares Sharon's secret with Chloe, one can't help but wait for the game of telephone that will ensue given Mrs. Fisher's Guinness World Record title as the "World's Biggest Blabbermouth." Chelsea may as well have handed her a megaphone and told her to go for it. While Chloe may have her work cut out for her keeping that vault kept shut, Mrs. Newman better pray her friend doesn't spill the beans. If not, it's Chelsea's funeral. And look, she's even dressed for it too.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Christine wears a lace t-shirt. As she cozies up to her best friend's ex-boyfriend right after breaking up the couple, one can't help but cringe. Sure, she plays the holier-than-thou card with Phyllis all day every day but in the end, Christine is still the girl who kissed her best friend's boyfriend and ended that relationship. Too bad Cricket doesn't follow fellow Jiminy Cricket's advice because in this case, her conscience is hardly her guide. Good to see at least she's working on her fashion sense.
$170.00 at Karen Millen
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Chloe wears a green dress. Remember the children's book by Plat and Munck called The Little Engine that Could? Too bad repeating the phrase "I think I can, I think I can" is not going to save the trainwreck that is Tag and Grab. Especially not when the conductor Adam has jumped off the train and the only one left is the engineer, Kevin. Chloe tries to do some damage control and cover her tracks but even she is no longer onboard. Kevin's one track mind is going to have to be retrained because although he has been derailed, he should be picking up steam in no time.
The look for less: Max and Cleo - April Jersey Dress
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Nikki wears a black lace shirt. Now that the ridiculous kidnapping drama is behind them, no one can breathe a sigh of relief since Victoria was never really in any danger in the first place. Seriously, the whole ordeal went a little something like this: "'Don't have the money in time, Billy? No problem, here's the phone so you can comfort your wife.' 'Uncomfortable in a small dark closet, Victoria? Let's move you to a bigger room with better lighting.' 'Hungry? Here, have some of Miami's finest Cuban food.' 'Bored? Let's bond over how we don't have custody of our kids.'" For all purposes, Eddie G. may as well have been carrying a water gun. How did Victoria's kidnapper ever survive prison? Anyhow, now that Nikki has her daughter back, she can focus on planning her 500th wedding to Victor and redecorating the ranch. Oh, the life of a Newman.