keskiviikko, 8. marraskuu 2017

wholesale halloween costumes This Morning 'wife swap' as Eamonn Holmes cosies up with Ola Jordan for 'pelvic action'

 

Presenting This Morning wholesale halloween costumes in place of Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, breakfast telly favourites Ruth Langford, 57 and hubby Eamonn, also 57, were chatting to former Strictly stars Ola and James Jordan as they promoted their new and uncensored tour.

The Halloween Costumes Outlet couple, who have since starred in a series of reality shows since quitting Strictly told Eamonn and Ruth about how the show detailed their lives together.

Wanting to get some dancing tips for wife Ruth, who is currently on Strictly, Eamonn asked how the loved-up pair showed expression through their smooth moves.

James replied: "I could ytuyikuoll talk to you about it for hours and hours, but I could just show you."

INTIMATE: Ola and Eamonn got hands-onA cheeky Eamonn then asked how you would portray jealousy, in which Ola responded by bounding over to the Irish host.

Wrapping her arms around him and getting close to Eamonn, Ola said: "This is jealousy!"

A thoroughly-red faced Eamonn said: "That's not what I'd call it, but anyway it's wonderful."

Ruth, who has previously spoken on Loose Women about how quickly she could get jealous over seeing Eamonn with other women, looked sour as the pair started to dance together.

JEALOUSY: Eamonn wanted to see jealousy"I'm going to get involved in more pelvic action here," Eamonn joked as the show cut to the commercial break.

Viewers were shocked at the saucy scenes, flocking to Twitter to discuss their sexy display.

"Eamonn's hands are all over her!" said one fan.

"Ruth is getting jealous, lol!" said another.

UNIMPRESSED: Ruth was jealous of the saucy scenesA third added: "Did we just witness a wife-swap?"

However, the moves were clearly all in jest as Eamonn has with wife Ruth for over 20 years.

But can we expect any more dirty dancing between the pair?

"I can see it now," Eamonn joked, "Eamonn and Ola – Strictly Come Dancing 2018!"

keskiviikko, 8. marraskuu 2017

Talk Sexy Clubwear to Iris: What to wear (or not) to a wedding

 

On the next two Saturdays Sexy Clubwear we are going to witness the marriage ceremonies sons of close friends. As I fling through the fancy dresses in my closet, I hear my mother's voice:

"Don't Wholesale Babydoll Lingerie wear white — you're not the bride."

"Don't wear black — it's not a funeral."

"Don't ytuyikuoll wear red — it's too provocative."

I remember one of our own guests who once dated my then-bachelor husband wore all black to our 1988 wedding, topped by a black hat with a black veil. I think she was trying to tell us something. One stunning younger cousin arrived in a tight white mini with a plunging neckline, and it irked me as I was demurely shrouded in heavy silk shantung.

Iris KrasnowWe are told to avoid subjects that make people uneasy, subjects that make us feel like throwing something at the person shouting his or her opposing view.

Here's the big three topics that your mama told you are NOT polite dinner conversation: Politics, religion and sex. Yet, these three topics...

We are told to avoid subjects that make people uneasy, subjects that make us feel like throwing something at the person shouting his or her opposing view.

Brides shouldn't be too racy but nor should her guests.

No red? Now that one I don't understand as red is the ancient color of love. Hearts are red, roses are red, red evokes images of romance and passion. I happen to have a very old red dress that I can still shimmy into that would be perfect for both events. Yet, as I am observing my red self in the mirror, I hear my mother's voice again, loudly declaring: "You look like a tramp."

As for black, with the right dress that color can look more celebratory than dark as long as it doesn't come with a mourner's veil.

So, in the spirit of the arrival of peak wedding season, I offer my own guide to "What Not To Wear To A Wedding." This advice is part mother-channeling, though mostly stems from observing some questionable attire at the dozens of weddings I have attended since graduating from college in 1976.

Iris KrasnowWho will stop the rain? We are all asking the question, parroting the lyric from Creedence Clearwater Revival's 1970 song. "Rain, rain, go away" is no longer a children's anthem. It's a state-wide rant, as we approach Day 19 of this cold, wet mess.

In "My Fair Lady" we heard that the "Rain In Spain...

Who will stop the rain? We are all asking the question, parroting the lyric from Creedence Clearwater Revival's 1970 song. "Rain, rain, go away" is no longer a children's anthem. It's a state-wide rant, as we approach Day 19 of this cold, wet mess.

Don't upstage the bride: Save your low-cut evening gowns with slits up the thigh for your next big-birthday or anniversary party where YOU should be the center of attention. The bride is the star of this show, and needs to shine brightly above all the rest. That also means avoiding dresses that are too close to white, as are pale pink or ivory.

Dresses that barely cover your butt may be your choice for Girl's Night Out but are a bad choice at most weddings — except those in Las Vegas chapels. You can't dance wildly or comfortably bend at the buffet while constantly tugging at your hemline to make sure your panties aren't showing. Check yourself out in a mirror while stretching your arms or bending over before leaving home. If your underwear is exposed — even if it matches the dress — pick something else to wear. The less-is-more approach assures that the bride and her mother and new mother-in-law are less likely to invite you to future family soirees.

Perennial hippie chicks who think "cocktail attire" means your halter top from Woodstock paired with an Indian-print skirt fashioned from an old bedspread need to resist this ensemble until the next Grateful Dead tour, now Dead & Company. Unless the wedding is staged by like-spirited pals this is not the place to make your un-fashion statement which may be interpreted as disrespectfully casual. Though you can wear your Birkenstocks, if they are a pair from the more recent collection that includes metallic leather and lace-up styles.

Some invitations in seaside communities instruct guests to wear "Yacht Club Casual". This can be confusing to people who have never been to a yacht club or on a yacht. If you are that guy and think this term means flip-flops, running shorts, a T-shirt from your high school lacrosse team and a life vest slung over your shoulder it's good that you stumbled upon this column. "Yacht Club Casual", which is nearly the same as "Smart Dress", is a blazer, dark trousers or nice khakis, closed shoes, and a long sleeved shirt. You could also probably get away with a silky V-neck shirt with short sleeves, worn under your jacket. Tie is not required.

"Black Tie" tagged onto the bottom of a wedding invitation makes a lot of men I know groan a little or a lot. This because to rent or buy a tux is expensive, and the ones they wore to their own weddings likely don't fit anymore. Trying to wriggle into this vintage suit, twenty or so pounds later, can bring on an urgent membership to Jenny Craig.

"Black Tie" means business, it's black and white. It means that the bride and groom have planned a formal event and they expect you to put on a tuxedo. The word "optional" is not there, wish as you might. However, you can still add your own signature touches.

At one Chicago wedding I attended a young man was wearing red sneakers with his tuxedo, which was a shimmery sapphire tone. His bow-tie was also flaming red. At a Black Tie wedding in Tucson many men wore bolo ties and turquoise or coral studs. And of course you can always wear crazy-patterned socks to distinguish yourself from the other penguins in the room.

keskiviikko, 8. marraskuu 2017

Suzanne corsets wholesale B. 'Bunkie' Hopkins, botanist and horticulturist, dies

 

Suzanne B. "Bunkie" Hopkins, corsets wholesale a botanist and horticulturist who collected and sold rare plants, died July 27 at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville from complications of a stroke.

The long gown dress former Monkton resident was 88.

The daughter of George H. Bunker, a sugar industry executive, and Katharine Stevenson Bunker, a homemaker, the former Suzanne Bunker was born in New York City and raised in Yonkers, N.Y., and Chappaquiddick, Mass.

She was ytuyikuoll a 1946 graduate of Garrison Forest School and studied at the Dramatic Workshop at the New School for Social Research in New York City. She also attended Bennington College in Vermont.

In 1950, she married David Luke Hopkins Jr., a banker, and the couple settled in Bedford, N.Y., and later in New York City, where they raised their four children.

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In the late 1960s, Mrs. Hopkins began a long tenure at the New York Botanical Garden, where studied botany and horticulture and received certificates.

While there, she volunteered in the native plant and rock gardens and with the garden's propagation range. She later chaired the horticulture board.

Mrs. Hopkins and a colleague searched throughout the East Coast for rare and unusual plants, which they brought back to sell at an annual New York Botanical Garden auction.

For five years during the 1970s, she owned and operated a business that designed and planted terraces, rooftops and back yards in Manhattan.

"One day, she had just finished planting a garden on a rooftop and was walking down Fifth Avenue in dirty blue jeans carrying a shovel," said her son, Robert Dixon Hopkins of Butler. "Two hours later, she was dressed in an evening gown and going off to the opera."

She later had her own landscaping business and often worked with Peter F. Wyer Landscape Design Inc. in New York City, Westchester and Connecticut.

Mrs. Hopkins, who was known as "Bunkie," moved to Monkton when her husband was named managing director of Alex. Brown & Sons. He later helped establish Brown Investment Advisory and Trust Co., of which he was the first CEO. He died in 2012.

Mrs. Hopkins was a member of the board of Ladew Topiary Gardens in Monkton and the Irvine Nature Center in Owings Mills.

An opera fan, Mrs. Hopkins had been a member of the Metropolitan Opera Guild.

A resident of Broadmead since 2007, she was a world traveler. She also enjoyed spending summers at a cottage in Northeast Harbor, Maine.

She was a communicant of St. Mary's by the Sea Episcopal Church in Northeast Harbor, Maine, where a funeral service will be held at 4 p.m. Aug. 25.

In addition to her son, she is survived by two daughters, Cassandra Hopkins Watson of New York City and Suzanne Bunker Hopkins II of Cambridge, Mass.; seven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Another son, David Luke Hopkins III, died in 2007.