Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald overpromises and under-delivers

Film Grade: 👍👍 “This movie promised us two things: Fantastic beasts, and Grindlewald committing crimes. The film gave us neither.”  The first Fantastic Beasts, love it or hate it, was a fun, focused movie with two key storylines. Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) accidentally releases adorable, magical animals into New York and has to track them down with a likeable sidekick: think Jumanji-meets-National Treasure-meets-Pokemon Go. Meanwhile, … Continue reading Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald overpromises and under-delivers

November’s Style Icon | Grace Helbig

Grace Helbig is an actress, model, New York Times Best Selling Author, and Youtube comedian. I started watching her in around 2013-2014 when she moved from DailyGrace to her own Youtube channel itsgrace. 

Grace is a comedian and actress, although her comedy stems from her personality rather than stand-up or sketches. Grace is that shy friend who is gorgeous, talented, and freaking tall. You know that friend? We all have that friend. She has starred in movies Dirty 30, Camp Takota, and even featured in Trolls! She had her own television show on E! called the Grace Helbig Show, and both of her books Grace’s Guide: The Art of Pretending to be a Grown Up and Grace & Style: The Art of Pretending You Have It topped the New York Times Best Seller book lists respectively.

Ergh, we all have that friend.

Grace’s success seems contrary to her classically casual, girl-next-door aesthetic; very statement tee and sneaker combo. When her fashion choices get exciting — to me anyway — is when Grace dresses for the cameras. Whenever she announces a project, whether that be one of her films or books, she goes through a rom-com movie makeover moment!

Helbig follows classic silhouettes while playing between masculine lines or ultra-feminine looks. I love it when people sometimes step away from trying to look effortless and brings out the glam instead.

Grace’s quiet confidence in herself despite her issues surrounding anxiety permeates through her style and commands respect and attention.

 

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How to wear the new H&M x Erdem collection! | elleyro

It is time for another H&M designer collaboration and it is looking to be the most exciting one yet! Erdem is the famed for their floral prints and classically feminine silhouettes, making them one of the go-to designers for celebrities and other A-Listers. Now they are headed to H&M with maybe the most exciting collection to date. The H&M x Erdem collection have largely stayed true to … Continue reading How to wear the new H&M x Erdem collection! | elleyro

Locked in Diane Keaton’s Wardrobe!|elleyrostyle

A true style icon makes you want to immolate their essence. They are so chic; you end up filling up multiple online baskets trying to find everything they have ever worn.

If you have been reading my blog for a little while, you may have gathered that I have a massive style crush on the beautiful Diane Keaton. I have stalked her Pinterest, read every fashion blog post about her and devoured every interview I could find of her on Youtube. She is objectively fabulous. Genuinely, I can not think of any other person in Hollywood right now that has such a unique, yet seemingly effortless style.

Diane Keaton is almost the dictionary definition of a S.T.Y.L.E. I.C.O.N.  Straight after watching Annie Hall and First Wives Club, I was on the hunt for turtlenecks. Waistcoats and white floor-length coats are my primary eBay searches, and I have been trying to smuggle my dad’s suits away out of their dust covers.

With my recent introduction to both Annie Hall and Diane Keaton’s Pinterest, I wondered whether I could integrate a little of her essence into my wardrobe. Or rather, what I would wear if I was hypothetically stuck in her wardrobe (one can only wish).  So, I have conducted a little challenge where I tried to create some classic Diane Keaton reference points without buying any additional pieces. I wish I could say that this was an entirely original idea, but I was inspired by this Mr Kate blog post (and I’m sure it is elsewhere on the internet too). So here are three of Diane Keaton’s key looks and my creased-up attempts.

Enjoy!


 

1) Monochromatic Masculinity

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2) The Annie Hall

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3) Accessible Accessories

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