Kristin Cavallari Looks Skinny in Horizontal Stripes, Pulls Off the Impossible: Shop Her Must-Have Dress

By Us Magazine Team

Because they make women look shorter and wider, horizontal stripes are every girl’s worst enemy, unless your name is Kristin Cavallari. The Fabulist host, 27, dared to wear a striped maxi dress on Oct. 23, in Los Angeles — and still look enviably thin.

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The mom of sons Camden, 2, and Jaxon, 5 months, opted for the black and white Striped Out Long Sleeve Midi Dress by Bardot ($110, coming soon to Nordstrom).

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She paired the hot find with black ankle booties from her line with Chinese Laundry, dark sunglasses, and a large Celine tote bag.

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The shoe designer looked super relaxed in the affordable find, but given the choice between comfort and style — the answer is a no-brainer. “I’m about style first and foremost,” Cavallari told Us Weekly in Sept at her Kristin Cavallari by Chinse Laundry Spring 2015 collection launch.

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Halloween Movies That Won’t Scare You Senseless: 10 Picks for Scaredy Cats

By Us Magazine Team

Gather round, scaredy cats! These films bring the spirit of Halloween to life — without the horror, the screams, and the gore. Us Weekly rounds up 10 beloved movies to watch this season that won’t scare you senseless, from the funny antics of the Hocus Pocus sisters to the bizarre ways of the Addams family.

Hocus Pocus (1993)

Bless you! This Halloween classic is centered on three witch sisters (Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy) who are brought back from the dead in witch-friendly Salem, Mass., on Oct. 31. Their resurrection, however, comes with unwarranted mischief, and a group of heroic young kids (and a furry friend) come together to stop the evil yet hilarious trio.

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The Witches (1990)

The film adaptation of Roald Dahl‘s beloved tale tells the story of a young boy who comes across a wtich convention. After hearing about their evil plan, he attempts to disband their diabolical mission at the risk of being turned into a mouse. The film itself is slightly hair-raising at times (all hail the venerable Anjelica Huston!) but is overall a beloved Halloween classic.

Halloweentown (1998)

It gets a little spooky in Halloweentown, but it’s a charming place filled with magical memories. In the beloved ’90s made-for-TV classic, the heroine Marnie (Kimberly J. Brown) is tasked with saving her mother Gwen (Judith Hoag) and grandmother Aggie (Debbie Reynolds) from dark, evil forces infiltrating the sleepy village. In order to do this, Marnie and her siblings need to hustle and gather the ingredients that will bring Merlin’s Wand to life — before it’s too late.

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The Addams Family (1991)

In this case, the same old Thing is absolutely perfect! Based upon the Charles Addams-created cartoon of the same name, this beloved Halloween classic tells the story of the wealthy and totally offbeat Addams family (lead by Gomez and Morticia Addams) as they try to sort of their bizarre lives in the everyday world. the film boasts of an all-star cast including Anjelica Huston, Raul Julia, Christopher Lloyd, Christina Ricci, and more.

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Edward Scissorhands (1990)

This romantic fantasy Tim Burton film starring Johnny Depp is about a man named Edward, who has sharp shears in place of actual limbs. Despite his odd appearance, he is adopted by the Boggs family, and falls in love …read more

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Taylor Swift Checks In at “Late Show with David Letterman” as 1989 Projected to go Platinum in First Week


With the endurance of a marathon runner, Taylor Swift made yet another media appearance at “The Late Show with David Letterman” on Tuesday night (October 28).

The “I Knew You Were Trouble” songstress was stunning in a white top/black skirt combo as she greeted fans outside of Manhattan’s Ed Sullivan Theater.

During her interview, Taylor talked about becoming pals with Lena Dunham via Twitter- “I googled her and I saw her quoting my lyrics and I thought, she has to be doing that ironically, she has to be making fun of me…I have this big looser complex from school.”

“[But I realized she] likes my music and it wasn’t ironic at all. Then we met in person…and we’ve been best friends ever since.”

Additionally, Swift addressed the naysayers who have criticized her new role as official ambassador for the City of New York- “I don’t get any money for that, but I have a song called Welcome to New York and I recently moved here. When I love something I am very vocal about it… I love it with like 18 exclamation marks underneath it, and underlined. I’m like the most obnoxious person to ever loudly love New York and I think they picked up on that.”

Taylor’s 1989 album sold 600,000 copies in its first 24 hours and is on track to moving one million units before the week is up. That would make her the only singer to have three million-selling albums in a row!

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