Maztee – Dr Seuss I Promise To Teach My Babies To Love Your Babies Shirt

This is our best seller for a reason. Relaxed, tailored and ultra-comfortable, you’ll love the way you look in this durable, reliable classic 100% pre-shrunk cotton (heather gray color is 90% cotton/10% polyester, light heather gray is 98% cotton/2% polyester, heather black is 50% cotton/50% polyester) | Fabric Weight: 5.0 oz (mid-weight) Tip: Buying 2 products or more at the same time will save you quite a lot on shipping fees. You can gift it for mom dad papa mommy daddy mama boyfriend girlfriend grandpa grandma grandfather grandmother husband wife family teacher Its also casual enough to wear for working out shopping running jogging hiking biking or hanging out with friends Unique design personalized design for Valentines day St Patricks day Mothers day Fathers day Birthday More info 53 oz ? pre-shrunk cotton Double-needle stitched neckline bottom hem and sleeves Quarter turned Seven-eighths inch seamless collar Shoulder-to-shoulder taping

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As a loyal wearer of the headband—velvet, pearl-encrusted, or Renaissance-like puffed bands—I was used to adding a little something to my hair each day. Though I hadn’t really dabbled in headscarves, Audrey had more than convinced me that this was next. It’s both a practical (perfect for precipitation) and evocative accessory. To me, the piece of cloth conjures imagery of yes, Audrey, but also Queen Elizabeth behind the wheel of her Range Rover, the uber-chic Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy on walks with her husband, and that time Rihanna dazzled in a glittering, sheer Adam Selman look at the CFDA Awards. The fabric accessory likely does the same for others, bringing forth visions and memories of grandmothers, moments in film history, and more. (It’s also trending on TikTok, where users are donning scarves and sunglasses for the “Please Don’t Go” challenge.)The best part about the accessory trend (anointed one of the 10 in our fall 2021 accessories report) was that I already had a collection of vintage silk scarves. They featured dainty florals, trompe l’oeil chunky chains, and Pucci-esque swirls—an option for every mood. To wear them correctly (standard 50-60 cm squares are best), fold them in half to create triangle points and arrange on your head accordingly. I start with my hair in a ponytail, which allows me to tie the scarf underneath my hair with greater ease, and then I let my hair down over the knot.

Dr Seuss I Promise To Teach My Babies To Love Your Babies Shirt

Sure, Versace marked the return of Gigi Hadid to the runway, but less-talked-about was how it did the same for the headscarf. It’s an accessory almost as old as time—history has seen women across cultures, religions, and the globe wear some version of a headscarf—but its stance as an in-demand fashion item comes and goes. And as of the fall 2021 collections, it would very much seem that it’s back. A handful of days after Gigi and Bella Hadid (the latter sported a black satin headscarf knotted at the back of her pin-straight hair) walked Versace, models showcased a variety of headwear over at Dior, including silky scarves tied à la babushka. They were also at Connor Ives, Max Mara, Paco Rabanne, and Anna Sui. (The fashion astute would certainly recall that for his fall 2020 collection, Marc Jacobs preempted all of this when he tied wintery scarfs of thick cashmere around the heads of his models in a series of monochromatic looks. It was really quite fabulous.) All this had us at Vogue thinking—are headscarves the new headbands?It just so happened this was a question I had asked myself months ago when tasked with reviewing the Audrey Hepburn documentary which just hit Netflix. It revealed ample footage of off-duty Audrey wearing a headscarf every which way. Hers were worn tied below the chin (just like at Dior) and was likely used to keep her hair in place, but also because it looked incredibly good on her. On and off set, it was as pervasive as Audrey’s boatneck collars.

Dr Seuss I Promise To Teach My Babies To Love Your Babies Shirt hoodie

I’ve loved Loli for a while because of its sustainability efforts. The brand is founded on the fact that food is what nourishes and fuels both our bodies and skin. All its products are concocted with ingredients you could technically eat, which makes me feel safe about applying them to my skin. When they launched this product earlier this month, I was quick to give it a go. The spot treatment is made of a clean mix of ingredients, including elderberry, to fight spots and reduce swelling; witch hazel, for purification of pores; glycerin, which is palm-oil free and hydrating; and arnica, for redness and inflammation reduction. You can leave it on all day if you want to, and it stays put underneath a mask. It dries clear, so no one on Zoom will be the wiser. You can also layer it underneath or on top of your moisturizers. I typically wash my face, then apply the Loli jelly on areas where I need the help. I wait for that to dry, then pat on my hydrating serum along with moisturizer and SPF. At night I will sometimes use it as an overnight spot treatment; I find it’s gentle enough that it won’t dry out or suffocate my skin.I love that beyond the refillable jar—I can already imagine using it to store my yogurts or berries when I’m on the go or perhaps as a travel-size container for lotions—it comes with a compostable label, and it’s protected on its journey by an upcycled hemp sleeve. All in all, this product has made me feel less stressed when breakouts arise because now I know I have something that works to reduce their impact—and my impact on the earth.

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