Yesterday, I bought these. These didn't cost over $20 each. How good is that? I made a rule that I won't buy perfume over $20 in reasonable size though. Oh, these are for future pressies.
Your Style is Classic
You want clothes that will stand the test of time, and you're willing to invest in quality pieces.
You don't fall for trends, and you don't change your style very often.
You know what looks flattering on you, and you stick to it. People can count on you to be well dressed.
When you want to change things up, you'll experiment with some color and accessories. You know a little goes a long way.
With its gold lettering and gilded edge, this stiff white card has been arriving in the mailboxes of some of the best-connected people around the world.
It's the invitation heralding the wedding of William" and Kate Middleton, and it's gone out to 1,900 people, from kings to charity leaders, to close family and university friends, old schoolmates and prime ministers around the world.
Fittingly for the celebration, it is decorated in gold writing and emblazed with a matching insignia of William's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, in whose name the invitation is sent.
The edges of the card – which is about 10 in. by 6 in. – are beveled and then gilded.
The simple wording reads that the Lord Chamberlain has been "commanded by the Queen" to invite the holder to the marriage at Westminster Abbey at 11 a.m. on April 29. As for the dress code, guests are asked to wear military uniform, a tailcoat or a business suit.
The invitations went out on Wednesday and Thursday. Meanwhile, 600 of the 1,900 guests also have been invited by the Queen to a reception that she is hosting immediately after the ceremony in the Abbey.
Later, around 300 of those 600 guests are invited to a dinner hosted by William's father, Prince Charles, in the evening at Buckingham Palace.
Prince William's office is not releasing the invitations to those events, as they are private.
The couple is expected to stay in London that night, before starting their honeymoon on April 30.
Jennifer Aniston's Beverly Hills Home Goes on Sale for $42 Million
Jennifer Aniston is ready to "simplify" her life – and is getting started by quietly putting her Beverly Hills home on sale to the tune of $42 million.
The actress, who just celebrated her 42nd birthday, told PEOPLE recently that despite dedicating more than two years of her life to renovating the Zen-influenced retreat, she feels the need to let go of it.
But window shoppers beware: The home will not be listed officially and only an elite group of realtors will have access to the property, real estate sources tell PEOPLE. The sources confirmed the selling price.
The Just Go with It star bought the home she calls "Ohana" – a reference to the Hawaiian idea of extended family – for $13.5 million in 2006. She and her team tore it apart and spent more than two years renovating it, and she moved in just before her 40th birthday in 2009.
Built on a hillside in 1970 with sweeping views of Los Angeles, Aniston told Architectural Digest the single-level home feels "like a hug" and "vibrates with the love that created it."
So why does she want to move? Her epiphany came, she says, in a moment where she woke up in London and thought, "my life felt really cluttered."
"I couldn't sleep and I sort of had one of those moments where I went, I really need to simplify," PEOPLE's recent cover girl said. "My life needs to be simplified and clear out the clutter. And along with that thought came, 'I should sell my house.' ... I had the realization that this is just too much for me. I'm not this person."
Though Aniston has another smaller home in L.A., she may end up living far, far away from Beverly Hills. "I don't know, I'm looking for little spots in New York City to go back home," she said. "There are all sorts of things that are going to be happening in the near future so I'm excited. I don't know what they are, but that's the fun part."
As he is sitting howling in his room, I think about the torture my two brothers put me through. I remember how I learnt that pinching is far more effective than trying to punch a bigger boy who is tickling you to death while smothering you in a bean bag. I also learnt to be a master of the “dummy punch” - I would pretend to throw a punch but actually kick my poor brother in the privates. It certainly stopped him torturing me.
A girlfriend told me her sister used to give her “Chinese burns” at the top of the staircase because there was no way out but falling down the stairs. Another friend told me he once pushed his sister through a window and broke her leg.
These aren’t people who hate their siblings. In fact, they are ones with extremely close loving relationships - well now anyway. Clearly torturing your siblings is just part of growing up.
Like all younger siblings poor Amelie is going to have to learn how to fight back on her own when she is capable.
But what about you? What’s the worst thing you did to a younger sibling? What did your siblings do to you? What have your children done to each other?