It’s a good thing this week is over. I just tried to date this, “19-something.” UM. NO.
– Our intern’s bride-to-be takes on the father of our country in a WHO WORE IT BEST BATTLE FOR THE AGES. (Vanity Fair)
– The New York Times hails The Return of the Scrunchie. AAAAAAAH. (They surprisingly do not mention Cressida Bonas.)
– Who What Wear swears they have SOLVED HIGH HEEL FOOT PAIN with this trick. I haven’t tried it, but I’m going to. WE ALL SHOULD.
– I mean, OBVIOUSLY I’m going to direct you to a slideshow featuring The 50 Most Iconic Sunglasses of All Time. (The Cut)
– You WILL want to read the History of the Caftan. (Collectors Weekly)
– Over at Elle, Sally Holmes lived by her horoscope for the week. For example: “when my doctor called two weeks after the initial appointment to check in, I told him that yep, it looks like I am in fact allergic to that toothpaste. I decided not to tell him my horoscope thought so too.” It’s very funny.
– Sally ALSO wrote a great post about another Sally’s style, in honor of the anniversary of When Harry Met Sally.
– Have I mentioned that I am obsessed with baking things in muffin tins? I am. And here are a bunch of muffin tin recipes, if you are like me. (World Lifestyle)
–In light of recent convos, I think we’re all going to enjoy the following: 10 Characters Who Ended Up With The Wrong People. (Barnes and Noble Book Blog)
– Weird Al’s pro-grammar “Blurred Lines” parody, “Word Crimes,” is unsurprisingly great. (Vulture)
— This is awesome. The Cut chatted up the costume designer who works on Masters of Sex.
– The snaps from Novak Djokovic’s wedding, sold to Hello!, are so dorky (in a heart-warming way) and sweet at the same time. I have great fondness for him. (Celebitchy)
– Here are some amazing celebrity pools. Did you know Drake has a swim-up bar?! (Curbed)
– Blake Lively’s new lifestyle site is going to be called…PRESERVE. I guess nothing is really worse than GOOP? (Lainey)