CelebrityStyle File: The 2013 Grammy’s!

The 2013 Grammy’s had some great moments; LL hosted, JT is officially back (and looking better than ever, I might add), and Prince showed up with an entirely diamond-encrusted cane.
And among all the Grammy Award winners and show-stopping performances, there were some fabulous fashion finds.
Here are some of our stand-outs from the night, including some risk-takers and rule-breakers!


Red Done Right: Rihanna and Natasha Bedingfield put the red carpet to shame in crimson, floor-length gowns, completing their look with subtle make-up, and loose waves.


Babes in Black: Whether dressed up or barely dressed at all, these two divas always look fab. Beyonce kept it cool & trendy in a color block suit, meanwhile, J. Lo left little to the imagination in Anthony Vaccarello.


Southern Show-Stopper: Along with an amazing performance, Carrie Underwood simply slayed in Roberto Cavalli! We couldn’t take our eyes off the intricate bodice and Carrie’s sultry look.


Pretty in Prints: The always adorable Adele ditched the dark and went for a bold patterned dress, and Alexa Chung was the picture of perfection in Valentino.


Brilliant Bodices: Kelly Rowland looked sexy in strategic cut-outs, and Allison Williams hung up her preppy ‘Girls’ digs for a beautiful beaded gown.

And the Winner Is…: Taylor Swift looked almost reminiscent of a Grecian goddess in a mythical J. Mendel gown that was simply unmatched. Taylor has looked nothing shy of phenomenal as of late, and we can’t wait to see what she shows up in next!

Alright, fashionistas, who do you think was a red carpet cutie, and who hit the wrong note?

(images courtesy of huffingtonpost.com)

MusicLWP: Zombie-lievable!

In keeping with our ode to ‘Walking Dead,’ this week’s playlist is all about an epic undead soundtrack.
Because, let’s face it, zombies may have a taste for braaaiiinnns, but they can also have great taste in music!

It’s the End of the World as We Know It – R.E.M.

Time is Running Out – Muse

Zombie – The Cranberries

Heads Will Roll – Yeah Yeah Yeahs

And what zombie playlist could possibly be complete without…

Thriller – Michael Jackson

Uh-oh. Do you hear that distinct leg dragging?
That scary groaning?
Don’t just stand there… bust a move!

CelebrityCrush of the Week: The Men of ‘Walking Dead’

This week, we’re crushing bad on a triple-threat of zombie-hunting, life-saving, all around hot-having guys.
Not tuning into ‘Walking Dead’ yet? Let us give you three MAJOR reasons why it should be your new favorite show.

The Fearless Leader – Rick Grimes
Played by Andrew Lincoln

Who doesn’t like a man that takes charge? Rick Grimes is a man on a mission to keep his family and newfound friends alive, no matter the cost.

The Knight in Shining Poncho – Daryl Dixon
Played by Norman Reedus

The unexpected hero, Daryl is always there to rescue the damsel in distress, and even take care of a crying baby. Seriously.

The Scapegoat – Glenn Rhee
Played by Steven Yeun

Glenn is always the first to put himself on the line for the good of his fellow survivors, and he somehow always narrowly escapes, making him simply irresistible. Especially to zombies.

Need more reasons to tune in on Sunday?
We didn’t think so.

(images courtesy of collider.com)

MusicLWP: Workout Jams

The key to a great workout: the perfect music!
Nothing motivates quite like fast beats and catchy lyrics.
Always keep it fun and keep it funky!
Oh, and don’t forget to hydrate.

Warm Up!
“Anything Could Happen” – Ellie Goulding

Gain Speed!
“Cracks” – Freestylers feat. Belle Humble (Flux Pavilion Remix)

Runner’s Stride!
“Shoes for Running” – Big Boi feat. B.o.B. & Wavves

Sprint to the Finish!
“Original Don” – Major Lazer

Cool Down!
“Feels Like We Only Go Backwards” – Tame Impala

So what to do now that you’re equipped with just the right workout tunage?
Run, fashionista, run!

PressPress Spotlight: LuLu*s in SELF!

This month’s top story: the perfect statement necklace!
The out of this world Solar Flare Gold Necklace is hot off the presses, and looking spectacular, in the February issue of SELF Magazine, on stands now!