I have a love/hate relationship with the hit Netflix show Emily in Paris. On one hand, I binged the show in two days - that must mean something, right?!
The show got called out for plenty of things.
The same (fine, very similar) chic looks for a whole lot less.
"I never wanted to be just the Asian girl, just the ‘whatever’ girl, and then I got to 16 and was the bald girl and the sick girl."
She sees the critical comments, and realizes they're actually a "gift" in disguise.
She announced the news on the cover of Vogue.
"Grateful & growing," the model, author, and actress wrote in an Instagram post featuring her new cover.
If you think Emily Ratajkowski would let her baby bump stop her from wearing a midriff-baring shirt, think again. Since announcing her pregnancy in a sweet story on Vogue wearing a silk slip dress, Emily has been showing us that her maternity looks will be anything but basic. First, she wore an Aya Muse bodycon sweater dress that had side cutouts. And most recently, Emily has given us just another way to show off some skin while styling her bump. She stepped out in a white button-down shirt by Uniqlo that was oversize. Rather than buttoning it, Emily decided to take a unique styling approach and left half of the shirt unbuttoned to show off her growing bump. We love that supermodel found a way to embrace her bump with a classic wardrobe staple. Emily finished her look off with a pair of vintage Levi's jeans that were tucked into a pair of brown, knee-high boots by Paris Texas. (She also styled her dress the other day with a similar style of knee-high boots in red.) For the finishing touches, she threw on a camel-colored jacket and sunglasses. Keep reading to see Emily's latest maternity style moment, then shop out similar versions of her classic collared shirt for your wardrobe. Related: Emily Ratajkowski Is Pregnant With Her First Child: "Grateful & Growing"
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Emily Ratajkowski is expecting her first child with Sebastian Bear-McClard. The model revealed the news in a very personal essay for Vogue where she explained why she doesn’t want to reveal the baby’s gender.
Ratajkowski shared the news in Vogue.
Model Emily Ratajkowski paired her Aya Muse dress with $795 crocodile-print boots from Stuart Weitzman.
“I close my eyes and try to imagine you moving through the pixelated darkness of my mind’s eye. I cannot wait to see who you will be,” says Emily Ratajkowski in a video titled "Who Will You Be?"
The model explains why she doesn't want to reveal the baby's gender.
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