To help spread the message of safe sex and HIV/AIDS prevention, H&M enlisted the help from Selma Blair, Penn Badgley, Keri Hilson, Sky Ferreira, Akon, Nikki Reed, Ginnifer Goodwin, Scissor Sisters, Shiloh Fernandez and The Misshapes to appear in this campaign.
The H&M unisex collection is scheduled to launch online and in H&M Divided department from April 26th, with 25% of sales donated to the charity Designers Against AIDS (DAA) and various other international HIV/AIDS prevention projects.
Take a guess. What are the 6 items that women think are fashionable and chic are apparently the least favorite for men? Will you abandon them just because guys don’t feel the same way as you do? Here’s the result according to The Thread on Shine.
1. Ugg boots
Lots of TV stars and models like Kate Moss, Miranda Kerr, Eva Longoria and Jennifer Aniston are very much prone towards wearing the Ugg boots because they are soft and comfortable to wear and they can be worn with or without any stocking. But, some men described it as, “the shoe equivalent of wearing a potato sack,” according to The Thread.
2. Oversized sunglasses
Celebrity must-have accessory. Guys refer them as bug-eye sunglasses and they are a big turn off.
Jumpsuits are not meant for everyone. You need to understand your body figure and how to dress accordingly. Be a fashion leader not a fashion follower!
4. Red lipstick
Guys see it as un-kissability factor. I think it’s sexy.
5. Harem pants
The only person that looks good in harem pant is Barbara Eden on I Dream of Jeannie.
6. Socks with sandals
Women hate men wearing socks with sandals. Now, men hate women wearing them as well. Do you think it’s trendy or not?
There is no way you can go wrong with these wrap-around booties and wedges. They can be worn for any occasion and with any outfit. If you have no idea how to spice up your boring outfit, try to pair it with the Mulberry Catwalk Collection, you will be surprised.
Giuliana Rancic, a host on E! News revealed her E! dressing room on Bluefly’s (an American online retailer) Closet Confessions series joined by her stylist Jose Camilo.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome Giuliana Rancic into the Closet Confessions fold. She has built a strong following for herself based on her sharp sense of style and approachable personality which is what the series–and Bluefly–is all about,” Bluefly’s CMO Bradford Matson explains.