Get The Look For Less: Kendra Wilkinson

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Here’s Kendra Wilkinson looking great promoting her new book ‘Sliding Into Home‘. Today we will recreate her look for less.

We found this pretty lacey blue top from Express and paired it with a cute plaid skirt from The Limited.

Next we added some Moda Spana candie patent platform pumps and topped off this look with a beautiful cocktail ring from Forever 21.

Kendra is looks beautiful and you can have this look without the high costs. This whole look can be yours for under $101.00! Let’s go shopping!






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Wednesday, July 7th, 2010 at 12:12pm
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Guess who?

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Guess who changed her look completely for this new MarKTBeauty spread?

Answer here!

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Wednesday, July 7th, 2010 at 11:11am
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Morning Links!

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These new Dolce & Gabbana ads are wrong in so many ways. DListed

Fergie doesn’t want kids “clouding” her focus. Pop Eater

Britney Spears Kate Gosselin in a bikini! Superficial

MUST SEE: Cameron Diaz is STUNNING on the new cover of Harper’s Bazaar! Popsugar

Guess who’s regretting her 10 plastic surgeries? Make Her Up

More ads from Scarlett Johansson’s sexy new Mango ads! Hollywood Tuna

Lindsay Lohan has a prescription for Dilaudid, and she’s allowed to take it?! A Socialite’s Life

Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz continue to promote Knight & Day. Lainey Gossip

LeAnn Rimes: “Since when is kissing your BF a crime?” INO

Maggie Gyllenhaal and Emma Thompson get cozy on the cover of Good Housekeeping. Celeb Baby Scoop

Check out Britney Spear’s new Cosmo cover! (And what’s wrong with it!?) Betty Confidential

Pictures from Megan Fox’s beachside wedding! Celebitchy

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Angelina Jolie reveals how she and Brad Pitt stay together, and remain happy.

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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have six children together, and are very busy. On top of all this, Angelina tells Parade how she and Brad are just like any other couple.

On staying together, and not only for the kids:

“The children certainly tie us together, but a relationship won’t hold if it’s only about the kids. You also must be really interested in each other and have a really, really wonderful, exciting time together. We do. Brad and I love being together. We enjoy it. We need it, and we always find that special time. We stay connected. We talk about it. It’s very important.”

On sharing the parenting roles with Brad:

“He takes the kids to school; he visits me on set with the kids,” says Angelina. “I’m home for dinner, or I’m there for breakfast. We’re together all the time. We plan. Brad and I take time off between films to travel, have big experiences, do things together. That’s how we work it out.

On keeping the family a strong unit:

“If Brad and I are strong and happy, then our kids have happy parents, and that’s the best thing we can give them … Brad knows me completely, exactly as I am, every part of me. He loves me. The kids love me. They know all my flaws and all my oddities. And they accept them. And so I can feel complete.”

On love:

“I feel sad for someone who has never known love. Love elevates. You know, Brad would joke about me having this conversation about love. Love? It’s such a funny word. Brad can find certain phrases of poetry for it. I’m terrible at it. But I know it means wanting the best for the people you love, putting their interests above your own, always. Love does that. Love is what you live for.”

On how they are homebodies:

“There’s never a period when Brad and I are pulled apart. We are not separated for more than three days, ever. We stay really connected. We actually don’t go out much. It’s funny. We’re very homebound. We’re very much Mommy and Daddy in our pajamas.”

On her rebellious past:

“I used to cut myself or jump out of airplanes, trying to find something new to push up against because sometimes everything else felt too easy. I was searching for something deeper, something more. I tried everything. I always felt caged, closed in, like I was punching at things that weren’t there. I always had too much energy for the room I was in.”

On her late mother:

“I remember Mother singing in church. How pretty she was! I lit candles with her. She said she had missed nothing in life except getting to know her grandchildren. When she passed away, I brought my son to church to light a candle for her,” she says.

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