When it comes to the touchy topic of PMS, we could all do with a little less mood swings and a little more food cravings. But when we’re feeling our worst, and our attitude reflects it, we don’t have to turn to robes and sweatpants to feel better. Put down the chocolate, and pick up these fashion tips for a playful summer look that’s sure to put a smile back on your face.
We know the call of the Snuggie is strong at this time, but there are comfy clothes that still show off the benefits of being a woman, instead of just hiding the negatives. G looks absolutely dashing in her Hello Sailor playsuit by Traffic People. Get yours, and get back to feeling playful — that’s what candy stripes do to you!
There isn’t an ailment in the world that can keep a lady from her heels — especially Nadia G.! If these Christian Louboutin Bibi 140 tartan pumps aren’t enough to get you strutting, you’re suffering from more than just PMS. Let’s be honest: We’d suffer through much worse to see these on our tootsies.
Your eyes might be tired from crying because of that super-emotional commercial that keeps coming on, but if you’re gonna face the world, you better do some primping! G rocks Kiko Milano shadows Baby Rose and Golden White Multicolour with some MAC Teddy eyeliner to look like she’s well-rested. Then, MAC Dolly Mix blush brings some pop to her cheeks, and a winning combination of Cherry liner and Lady Danger lipstick gives her knockout lips. Even if you’re just going to the store for some pain relievers and trashy magazines, you wanna look goooood.
With her head-to-toe red apparel, G keeps her digits on cue with Essie Really Red polish. Now, if you’re feeling like clawing your way through the day, you’ll be ready. Friends beware: Don’t make any “devil woman” jokes, or be prepared for the very stylish wrath.
M. Cohen has been a staple in G’s wardrobe, and his stack bracelets are the perfect combination of sweet and savory style. Bling and spikes were meant to be together! And we know you noticed that sweet gold star pin Nadia is sporting. No, she’s not a sheriff, but she ought to be. Check your local army supply store for your own pin, and start barking some real commands.