Olivia Culpo’s High-Heeled Thong Sandals Take Her Crop Top & Jeans From Day to Night

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Olivia Culpo took her crop top and jeans look from day to night with the fiercest pair of high-heeled thong sandals from Bottega Veneta.

The 28-year-old actress posed on Instagram last night in a high-necked white ribbed crop top and high-waisted, belted jeans from Y/Project. She wore her hair pulled back into a sleek updo and did not appear to be wearing any jewelry.

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In addition to their thong silhouette, Culpo’s Bottega shoes have a trendy, ’90s-inspired square toe, another former fashion no-no that’s back in vogue. The sandals have a 3.5-inch stiletto heel, with a leather upper and sole. They can be purchased now from

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Us Brits love to shop from the comfort of our sofas, and now we have even more of an excuse to do so, as we’re all stuck inside during lockdown.

Despite having more time to shop online, whether that’s for a new loungewear set for cosy days working from home, or a new outfit to wear on your first night out when this is all over, the plethora of choice can be overwhelming.

We’ve tested hundreds of online clothes shops – considering key factors such as delivery, garment quality, how user-friendly their website is and customer service – to give you the ultimate roundup of our fashion favourites.

Our roundup covers everything from vintage brands to sustainable clothing.

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eyewear that blends fashion with functional

Eye protection is nothing new to cycling, having first appeared more than 100 years ago in the form of military-style flying goggles. These goggles, while bulky in appearance, kept grit, debris and rain from entering the eyes but slowly disappeared from the peloton as modern frame designs became more fashionable and easier to wear, and sell my house fast jacksonville cycling sunglasses were born.

As a result, many cyclists began wearing aviator-style sunglasses and spectacles during the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s – especially those with visual impairments. As technology improved, so did the rhetoric behind eye protection and the role it served in contemporary sport, not just cycling.

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Black Fashion, Beauty and Culture Scholars to Follow

We’re taking notes, literally.

André Leon Talley and Robin Givhan in 2015.
André Leon Talley and Robin Givhan in 2015.

As a fashion and beauty publication, the very least we can do is use our platform — today and everyday — to amplify the voices of the many talented Black people who make this industry what it is

In addition to resources on Black creatives to follow in the fashion industry, we’re sharing a list of Black scholars in the fields of fashion, beauty and culture. Add their works into your curriculum, buy one of their books, hit up one of their exhibitions, invite them to be on your panels and ask them to serve as sources in your reporting. (We owe a big hat tip in reporting to Ben Barry, Chair of Fashion at Ryerson, for his Instagram post which inspired this list, and to Eric Darnell Pritchard for flagging it for us.)

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One other thing you can do to support the Black community now and always? Using your spending power to put your money, if you can, toward some amazing Black-owned businesses. This is especially important now, considering many of these businesses have been hit hardest financially by the COVID-19 pandemic (see a helpful graphic here).

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