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After Montana wakes Go Birds Eagles Go Berds Phrase Term Of Endearment Derived From Philadelphia shirt . up and drinks traditional Moroccan tea made with fresh mint. he drives from his Los Angeles house to the beach in Malibu, looking at music video concepts (there’s one coming up that will feature Cardi B and Post Malone) as he takes in beautiful coastal Californian views. He then catches some waves—he says surfing is like his therapy—until the frigid Pacific Ocean becomes too cold to tolerate and he heads home, where he then gives us an exclusive look at his impressive jewelry collection.

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He chooses one particularly untraditional necklace that breaks all the rules—combining yellow, rose Go Birds Eagles Go Berds Phrase Term Of Endearment Derived From Philadelphia shirt . and white gold—to wear with his black Moroccan-silk shirt. Watch the video to see more of French Montana’s day to day, or a general master class on how to live your best life.When I think of the Met Gala, the first thing I picture is an endless stream of extravagant, intricately crafted gowns, with trains that require an army of stylists to maneuver—take Rihanna’s showstopping 2015 Guo Pei cape with a 16-foot train or Cardi B’s custom Thom Browne number that took 35 people more than 2,000 hours to create.So when I was asked to work my first Met Gala as a Vogue staffer just a year later, while I was excited to get the chance to attend the biggest night on the fashion world’s calendar, I knew it would be a challenge finding the right dress. I certainly wouldn’t be a candidate for a custom creation, but one can still dream. With the futuristic theme of that year’s Gala—in keeping with the 2016 Costume Institute exhibition, “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology”—Vogue staffers were asked to wear silver or white. By the time it was my turn for a fitting, however, I knew I would be striking out.It started when I didn’t feel comfortable in the options I tried on: Some were too basic, or simply felt like I was going to prom again. With my shorter, 5-foot-3 frame, I resigned myself to spending the whole night carrying the hem of my dress, or trying to stop myself from tripping over it. Since when was playing dress up stress-inducing? Maybe wearing a gown wasn’t very “me” after all. I was so fixated with the idea of wearing something classic, floor-length, or formal, I hadn’t stopped to consider alternative options: minidresses, tailoring or even (shock, horror!) a plain old pair of pants.It’s a challenge that many women grapple with when preparing their outfits for weddings or other special occasions, but once I got past the dress-only mind-set, a shimmering look from Juan Carlos Obando’s Fall 2015 collection tucked behind some ball gowns on the rack caught my eye. Its aluminum-effect Lurex was spot on for the theme, and separates felt new and exciting compared to the options I had previously tried on. The elastic hem on the legs let the metallic fabric gather around my ankles rather than dragging below, and the belted tie added an elegant contrast to the otherwise sporty silhouette. It was decided: I was wearing pants to my first Met Gala.
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3 reviews for Go Birds Eagles Go Berds Phrase Term Of Endearment Derived From Philadelphia shirt

  1. Faith Sonnex

    Love these shirts, so comfortable!

    Some of the reviews complain these aren’t heavy like advertised, and I agree they aren’t particularly heavy. I’d say they’re average weight. But they are exactly what I was looking for and I am very pleased. I purchased the maroon. I’d say they run a tad small. I’m a 150lb women and was looking for a loose fit and had trouble deciding between ordering the medium or large. I went with the large and I’m glad I did. I want to order more colors. I only wish I could order a single one or that they had more varied color combinations.

  2. Diana Fimiano

    Great inexpensive everyday T shirt
    Great everyday T shirt. Color fast. And the color is true to the picture. Bought a set for me and a set for my 9 year old grandson his is the small and mine was the 2X. Wish they were tagless and they would be perfect. Fit is great. Arrived timely

  3. Alyson Ryan

    Great quality, but order a size up.
    After an inspection of the clothing they appear to be made quite well. There were no openings in the seems, no loose/unraveling threads, no tears, or stains.

    Unfortunately, even with measuring myself before ordering, they did not fit. I ordered medium, in accordance to their sizing chart, but it felt much too tight. Almost like it was trying to be a muscle shirt. So, order a size bigger and you should be good there.

    Finally, I learned I don’t like “heavy cotton.” A lot of other reviewers said the fabric was soft. To me it was indeed heavy, too heavy, and was more roughly-textured that I expected. Not what I call soft.

    I liked the quality of the construction though, and these issues ultimately shouldn’t count against the product itself. Size chart just needs some adjustment, and the fabric issues are just my own preferences.

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