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Hello! So my friend said I should be Jen for Halloween, and so I was wondering if you had any suggestions for what I could wear? (Btw love your blog) ^_^

Asked by
museloki4

Hey! Ahah, that;s a fun idea :) Well, it depends on what you feel like wearing! If you want a signature look, you may try to replicate one of the Oscar gowns (even though it’s going to cost you some money, unless you are veeeeeeery good at sewing :P). Anyway, there are plenty of looks in the Dress Like Jen section, so have a look there and if you find the one you want or you need anything in more detail just let me know! xx

How to Style Short Hair Like Jen Growing out a pixie cut can be one of the most hair-stressful experiences ever. Here are a few hairstyle ideas that you can borrow from Jen to make your hair look good even at awkward lenghts.Useful tools: - Volume & Texture Sprays (ex. Blowpro ‘beach blow’ texturizing mist - $21.00 // OSCAR BLANDI ‘Pronto’ Texture & Volume Spray - $11.00). - Curling Iron (ex. Drybar The 3-Day Bender 1.25” Curling Iron - $125.00 // Amika 4P Interchangeable Barrel Curler Set - $175.00). - Hair Straightener (ex. Babyliss PRO Nano Titanium Ultra Slim Straightening Iron - $279.98 // SEPHORA COLLECTION Smooth: Ceramic Tourmaline Flat Iron 1/2” - $80.00).  - Gel (ex. Free and Clear Hair Styling Gel - $10.40 // Herbal Essences Set Me Up Gel - $3.99). - Hairspray (ex. DevaCurl ‘Set it Free’ Moisture Lock Spray - $8.95).1. Tidy Slicked Back Comb your hair back when still damp and add lots of hairspray, until it’s almost ‘wet’ with it. Add some gel and comb until you are happy with the result and you feel like everything will “stay in place”.Useful tutorial. 2. Side Sweep With Curls Dry your hair and curl it with a curling iron or with a straightener. Use a paddle brush to brush the hair on the side you want the sweep to be and hold firmly in place while spraying generously with hairspray. You can add some bobby pins if you feel like they will help set everything into place.Useful tutorial.3. Bouncy curls. Use a small curling iron or a straightener to add some wave to your hair (use a brush if you want more loose curls). Use a texturizing spray to add volume and texture, and set everything with hairspray.Useful tutorial.4. Messy Slicked Back Same as #1, but you can comb your hair to add more volume and texture and use less hairspray and gel to achieve an “effortless” (ahahahah AS IF) look.

How to Style Short Hair Like Jen
Growing out a pixie cut can be one of the most hair-stressful experiences ever. Here are a few hairstyle ideas that you can borrow from Jen to make your hair look good even at awkward lenghts.

Useful tools:
- Volume & Texture Sprays (ex. Blowpro ‘beach blow’ texturizing mist - $21.00 // OSCAR BLANDI ‘Pronto’ Texture & Volume Spray - $11.00).
- Curling Iron (ex. Drybar The 3-Day Bender 1.25” Curling Iron - $125.00 // Amika 4P Interchangeable Barrel Curler Set - $175.00).
- Hair Straightener (ex. Babyliss PRO Nano Titanium Ultra Slim Straightening Iron - $279.98 // SEPHORA COLLECTION Smooth: Ceramic Tourmaline Flat Iron 1/2” - $80.00).
- Gel (ex. Free and Clear Hair Styling Gel - $10.40 // Herbal Essences Set Me Up Gel - $3.99).
- Hairspray (ex. DevaCurl ‘Set it Free’ Moisture Lock Spray - $8.95).

1. Tidy Slicked Back
Comb your hair back when still damp and add lots of hairspray, until it’s almost ‘wet’ with it. Add some gel and comb until you are happy with the result and you feel like everything will “stay in place”.
Useful tutorial.

2. Side Sweep With Curls
Dry your hair and curl it with a curling iron or with a straightener. Use a paddle brush to brush the hair on the side you want the sweep to be and hold firmly in place while spraying generously with hairspray. You can add some bobby pins if you feel like they will help set everything into place.
Useful tutorial.

3. Bouncy curls.
Use a small curling iron or a straightener to add some wave to your hair (use a brush if you want more loose curls). Use a texturizing spray to add volume and texture, and set everything with hairspray.
Useful tutorial.

4. Messy Slicked Back
Same as #1, but you can comb your hair to add more volume and texture and use less hairspray and gel to achieve an “effortless” (ahahahah AS IF) look.

Hi this is urgent! I need to go on a biz trip in two days time. After landing, I'll head straight to the office. Any outfit suggestions? Thanks! :)

Asked by
Anonymous

Hey! So you want something that would work for the flight & the office, without changing, right? Well, my suggestion is that you choose something comfortable but still nice and formal enough, like a pair of black skinny jeans with a blouse and a blazer, or a dress that’s not too tight. Remember that a blazer can make any casual outfit look more formal and suitable for the office. And if you want to wear heels but don’t feel like wearing them to the airport and while travelling, you could always wear flats of a pair of sneakers and take the heels with you (I see women on the tube everyday wearing formal office clothes & flip-flops and carrying heels in the bag) and you can always change your shoes right before you enter the office :)

You can see some office-friendly Dress Like Jen posts here, here and here.

I hope this helps! xx

Hi! I just cut my hair super short, something like a Bob with the length around 1cm below my ears. Any ideas how to style? I think jen had a growing out phrase for her pixie too. Could you do a post on those hairstyle? I noticed she mainly "gels"? her hair. Any ways to style? Thanks in advance.

Asked by
icanpaintarainbow

Hey! I will make a post later today or tomorrow ;) xx

Finds Of The Day - 30th August 2014

Close Enough: Jeffrey Campbell Jaguar Espadrilles - $105.92 —> similar to the Elyse Walker Los Angeles Dee Python Espadrille Flats that Jennifer recently wore in New York (which are $395).

Maxi Skirt Maxi Split: Soft Joie Dacie Skirt - $74.97 —> similar to the Helmut Lang Kinetic Side Slit Maxi Skirt that Jennifer often wears (which is $160).

Could you do a daily find, for the lemon necklace Jennifer wore in her teen vogue 2011 (i think?) photoshoot?

Asked by
Anonymous

Sure, I’ll see what I can find! xx