Summer isn’t quite here yet, but Married to the MOB has dropped the 2008 collection. The new summer line consists of various graphic t-shirts, tank tops, and beach essentials like towels and flip flops.
Just a sweet song — Shortie Like Mine — for a nice ass Friday. Did anyone ever notice that the girl in the video is Angela Simmons from Pastry Footwear? Better known as the daughter of Rev Run from Run’s House.
At the start of February, we asked you to take part in National Wear Red Day. On Valentine’s Day, we asked you to Love Your Heart. Hopefully, you participated in both events, but if you haven’t, it’s not too late. In fact, it’s never too late to educate yourself and your loved ones about heart disease and stroke – the No. 1 killer of American women.
I’d encourage you to take some time this weekend and take the Go Red Heart Checkup Quiz. The quiz it to help women of all ages and backgrounds get the facts they need to partner with their doctors and make smart decisions about their health.
What better way is there to show someone in your life that you love them on Valentine’s day than to show you truly care about their heart.
“Go Red For Women” celebrates the energy, passion and power we have as women to band together to wipe out heart disease and stroke – the No. 1 killer of American women.
Thanks to the participation of millions of people across the country, the color red and the red dress now stand for the ability all women have to improve their heart health and live stronger, longer lives.
Today, February 1st, is National Wear Red Day! This represents the Go Red Movement, a national movement founded by the American Heart Association to help fight back the No. 1 killer of American women, heart disease and stroke.
Too few realize that heart disease can largely be prevented. By wearing red, you’ll help spread the Go Red For Women message “Love Your Heart” that raises awareness of heart disease, and you’ll help the American Heart Association support ongoing research and education about women and heart disease.
Wearing red is only the first step, it’s also very important to get a check up in your own personal fight against heart disease. The American Heart Association has created Go Red Heart CheckUp to help you determine how healthy your heart is, or you can call 1-888-AHA-2222 to learn more.
Your involvement in the Go Red Movement can help save lives of mothers, sisters, aunts, daughters, grandmothers, best friends, and other women just like you!
Japanese girls can’t have all the fun right? With the large success of the Burberry Blue Label line for girls, Burberry spun-off another line exclusively for guys named “Burberry Black Label,” available only Japan.
Focusing on young men, Burberry Black Label injects younger, more tempting and dynamic uses of the Burberry checker pattern.
You can’t visit Tokyo without noticing how fashion forward the local Japanese girls are. To keep up with this younger generation of Harajuka hipsters, Burberry has an exclusive Burberry check pattern spin-off line named “Burberry Blue Label.”
Available only in Japan, Burberry Blue Label features clothing that’s more fitted and sassier.
I particularly like these Burberry Blue Label shorts. They look so damn cute!
This Tokidoki LA Storm Hoodie ($99) offers a cozy reminder that once in a while it does rain in Southern California, but the City of Angels never loses its sultry appeal in the process.
Clouds rain down grim drops over this red-headed vixen with an “I heart-and-crossbones L.A.” tattoo, representing true Tokidoki style. A Tokidoki camo print accents the banded hem and cuffs for additional interest. Match with a denim mini, nubby tights, and don’t forget your rainboots!