Need some inexpensive legwear? Lucky lists 50 pairs of tights under $25.
Imaginawesome is SO cute. The artist behind this site knows that kids have great imaginations, but can't always put it all to paper. Using their original art as inspiration, he tries to fill in the blanks.
Hunger Games fans, get excited: Lionsgate premiered the full Hunger Games movie trailer on GMA this Monday. We can't wait to see the action unfold on the big screen.
Haha, 50 Hilarious Things That Siri Says. Have you guys tried Siri out yet? So much fun.
Oldie but goodie: Divine Caroline shows you how to correct 8 common beauty mistakes.
Speaking of beauty, Beautylish has a great list of DIY hair care recipes you can make with items in your pantry.
Get the Look: Velvet Skirt, from WhoWhatWear. We're loving this trend for winter.
Is there a science behind stardom? Some scientists say it's about having the "perfect" smile, and that Cheryl Cole's genuine-looking grin had her destined for fame.
If you're ready to start holiday shopping, Gwyneth Paltrow's GOOP newsletter has some fabulous (though occasionally pricey) gift ideas.
And in other holiday news, how cute are these 3D paper ball ornaments? They don't look TOO tough to make, either.
A Closer Look at How Fashion Bloggers Make Money, from Fashionista. Many bloggers are being shady about disclosures, which isn't cool, BUT, as the comments point out, this isn't unlike what magazines have been doing for YEARS...
The Glitter Guide did a fabulous DIY tutorial for the Tory Burch Eddie Bow Flat - would be a perfect Thanksgiving break project.
Another great DIY idea: Tom Binns-inspired Punk Pin Necklace - so edgy-cool.
Teen Vogue takes you backstage at the Victoria's Secret fashion show, with plenty of behind-the-scenes photos.
R29 lists some easy dorm meals you can make in a hurry. Yum!
File this under unbelievable but true: Bossini has released a new fashion line inspired by... Toy Story?
Equally unbelievable: Underwear that burns calories. What will they think of next?
On a similar note, this is both absolutely crazy and totally creative: Interactive "I'm Engaged to Prince William" sculpture. (Sidenote: Isn't this what Madame Tussauds is for?)
Learning to Accept Others As They Are, from Positively Present. Such an important life lesson - they have some great tips on how to put it into practice.
Also from Positively Present: Staying Positive in the 21st Century. Technology can be a great thing, but it's so important to step back and take a break now and then.
Oooh, it's hard not to get excited about the H&M Spring 2012 collection! How sick is that neon dress?!?
Recipe of the week: These baked apples would be absolutely perfect for Thanksgiving.
Speaking of T-Day, Refinery 29 has a great roundup of Thanksgiving nail art ideas - the leaves one is my fave.
Also from R29, a look back at the 1999 Delia's catalog - AMAZING!
And one more nail post - we couldn't resist - Mustache Nails!
Confessions of a Fashionista Working as a Film Extra will make you appreciate your normal, non-Hollywood job.
This made us laugh: Cheese or Font is a fun game that asks you to decide whether the listed word is the name of a cheese or font. It's harder than you'd think!
Whether you're a Twilight fan or not, you'll still be able to appreciate Kristen Stewart's Breaking Dawn press tour style. She's stepped it up, style-wise, and we like it.
People Magazine named their Sexiest Man Alive this week... can you guess which Hollywood actor topped the list?
Coke Bottles Through the Ages! Love the old school non-curved bottles; how cool would it be to stumble upon one of those at a yard sale?
As you guys probably know, the Versace for H&M collection launches on Sunday, November 19th in the US. Want to shop it? Fashionista lists which H&M stores will be carrying the clothes.
A Guide to Paris: Books and Apps, from Everything Fabulous. Great whether you're planning a trip or just dreaming up ideas for the future.
We enjoyed this fashion-related video from PBS: It's a video project about skateboard t-shirt designers, graphic designers, Malaysian musicians, and more.
Love these DIY Balayage Highlights, from a Pair & a Spare. These actually look manageable at home, which you can't say for most color jobs.