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We’re hoping Women’ Era alum Taeyeon’s greatest saved model secrets and techniques will inspir our wardrobes this season

Women’ Era alum Taeyeon aka Kim Tae-yeon has divine music abilities, however what we’re specializing in in the present day is her particular expertise with regards to styling and vogue! Whereas she’s been a member of Women’ Era since August 2007, the idol has picked up not one, however many chops about glamour, model and whatnot. So as a substitute of counting on our fundamental model aesthetic this season, we’re turning to the alum for inspiration. Scroll right down to see some winter traits we’re eyeing from the idol’s wardrobe.

 

Maintaining it shut: Tight-fitting clothes will assist stop wind chill.

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Philippine-based church lured women to US for intercourse, compelled labor: feds

A Philippine-based church compelled women as younger as 12 to have intercourse with its 71-year-old chief, and used a phony US nonprofit to pay for the lavish way of life of higher-ups, federal prosecutors mentioned.

9 leaders of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ Church are actually charged within the sordid long-running scheme, which centered on the compelled labor and sexual assaults of the younger victims, federal prosecutors in California mentioned Thursday.

The victims ranged in age from 12 to 25 and have been lured to the church’s US areas underneath false pretenses, then compelled to lift cash for directors and

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Gina Cappi’s POV On How Social Media Influences The Tween Women Trend

Based in 1987 and bought by Los Angeles-based international funding agency Platinum Fairness in 2020, Mad Engine has grow to be a number one worldwide wholesaler of licensed, branded, and personal label attire and equipment. Prime licenses embody Disney, Marvel, Star Wars, Fortnite, Netflix, and Nickelodeon. Firm-owned manufacturers embody Lifted Analysis Group (LRG), Neff Headwear, and Mighty High-quality. Lately, Mad Engine added to its trade power by buying Fifth Solar, the licensed attire area chief in Print-on-Demand capabilities and distribution. With Fifth Solar, Mad Engine’s footprint spans a number of continents,

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Billie Eilish and Pop’s Sad Girls Are Making Happy Music

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Billie Eilish has some scary problems, she tells listeners on her new album’s first song, “Getting Older.” A stranger outside her door is acting deranged. Loneliness and burnout mount in her mind. Abuse and trauma darken her past. She murmurs about these things over a synthesizer that pulses like a time bomb. It never seems to explode, but the final verse does contain a shock.

“For anybody asking,” Eilish sings, “I promise I’ll be fine.”

Fine has not always been Eilish’s thing. Her 2019 debut, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We

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We’re Fashion Girls in Our 30s, and Here’s What We’re Buying at Nordstrom

As you may well know, we’re big fans of Nordstrom over here at Who What Wear. We cover everything from its epic sales to its must-have new arrivals and the seasonal trends you can scoop up from the multi-brand retailer.

As a fashion editor in my 30s, I definitely have specific items I gravitate toward when shopping at Nordstrom (read: blazers, button-downs, tank tops, and tees). I was curious to see what other fashion girls in their 30s are buying from the trusty retailer, so I tapped into my fashion-forward 30-something colleagues and had them share the must-have

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Chattanooga Girls Rock Camp about more than making music

Emily Abercrombie attended the first Chattanooga Girls Rock Camp six years ago as a 14-year-old and then returned every year to rock ‘n’ roll. Over the years, the camps became much more than just music for her. Now that she has aged out of the camp, she is returning this year as an intern coordinator.

Though not all of the girls, ages 10-17, who attend the weeklong camp have ever played a musical instrument before, Abercrombie had. For her, the camp became an inspirational safe haven that sustained her through the year.

“I come from a family of musicians, but

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