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There's something magical about an oversized white button-down. It looks effortlessly chic, is so easy to style and just adds a little je ne sais quoi. Whether you're taking a trip to a farmer's market, grabbing lunch with some friends or hanging out around the house, you'll look put-together, stylish and cool.
The Gguhhu cotton maxi is like the dress version of that elusive button-down. In addition to white and black, it comes in 11 earthy tones — think terracotta and a stunning khaki. You'll find both loose and belted versions, so you're golden whether you want to define your waist or let the silhouette hang loose and drape-y.
We haven't even gotten to the best part: The frock is on sale for just $26 with Amazon's on-page coupon (was $36).
The dress is made entirely of cotton, and has long sleeves that look extra stylish when rolled up and paired with an array of bracelets and rings. We love the V-shaped slit on the side, and even more...the oversized pockets!
While you can certainly wear the dress as is, some shoppers suggest styling it as an extra-long cardigan or lightweight jacket. They rave about the sumptuous fabric, too. Shares one reviewer:
"Love the material of this shirtdress! FINALLY, no polyester/spandex!! Need more maxi and midi dresses in this fabric! It drapes well and has a very comfortable texture for any season. Use solo or as outerwear, dress up or casual with boots!"
Another reviewer even got the praise of a lifetime.
"This dress is obvious comfort," she shared. "...Fabric is soft and color shouts: I'm cool even in the heat and humidity. Tinges of Martha's Vineyard. Wear with a straw hat to complete the look. Receive compliments every time I wear it. One lady said, 'You look like a model from Vogue.'"
A TikTok user in Emmett, Washington, was just trying to get in the Halloween spirit with her kitten – but the feline, Blossom, had other ideas.This video, shared by Ashley Morrison on her TikTok page “Youngest Old Cat Lady” on October 17, shows Blossom emerging from a plush honey pot dressed as a bee before writhing around in her costume.Blossom, a domestic shorthair cat who was rescued by Morrison after she was found living outside, didn’t dislike the whole outfit, Morrison explained.“She was only in the costume about 30 seconds. She didn’t like the hat, but she didn’t mind the outfit,” Morrison told Storyful. Credit: Youngest Old Cat Lady via Storyful
Thailand is accelerating plans to reopen the country to foreign tourists, slashing mandatory quarantines beginning Nov. 1 for fully-vaccinated visitors arriving by air from 46 countries and territories, officials announced Friday. The Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration also announced a loosening of local restrictions, including cancellation of a curfew in some areas where risks have lessened and tourists can move freely. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha had announced earlier this month that Thailand no longer planned to require visitors from at least 10 low-risk nations to quarantine if they are fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
Nevada Highway Patrol said state troopers encountered a vehicle being driven the wrong way on a freeway on October 21.This footage, released by the Nevada Highway Patrol, shows a trooper driving towards a vehicle that a state trooper in the video said was on a freeway “north of Durango”.The driver was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, Nevada Highway Patrol said.“Nevada State Troopers saved at least one life this morning by intercepting a wrong way driver,” Nevada Highway Patrol said in a Facebook post. Credit: Nevada Highway Patrol via Storyful
Baldwin shot Halyna Hutchins, the photography director of "Rust", and Joel Souza, the film's director, at the Bonanza Creek Ranch, a production location south of Santa Fe, according to the Santa Fe Sheriff's Department."One of the perks of shooting a western is you get to ride horses on your day off," Hutchins said in a caption on the video she posted.After Thurday's incident, Hutchins was transported by helicopter to the University of New Mexico Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.The Sheriff's office said that no charges have been filed and they are investigating the shooting and interviewing witnesses.
Geneva-based Proton Technologies AG, the company behind ProtonMail and ProtonVPN, has won an appeal regarding its treatment under Swiss law governing surveillance of telecommunications, a Swiss court said on Friday. Proton calls itself the world's largest secure email provider, using end-to-end encryption and state-of-the-art security features to help build an internet that respects privacy and is secure against cyberattacks. The Swiss Federal Administrative Court upheld its appeal against the Swiss Post and Telecommunications Surveillance Service (PTSS) over its status and obligations to monitor traffic.
Renault is taking a far harder hit from the global chip crunch than it expected. On Friday (October 22) the French firm said production would be down almost half a million cars this year as a result. That's more than double the cut it forecast back in September. Renault says the shortage should ease a little by the end of the year. But it says supplies will remain tight through much of 2022. Shares in the firm skidded following the news, dropping 1.7% in the first moments of trade. In the third quarter Renault saw sales fall just over 13% to $10.4 billion. The drop in sales was partially offset by higher prices. And Renault says there's no lack of demand, with its order book at a 15-year high. That leaves customers facing months-long waits for some popular models. The firm plans to complete a $2.3 billion cost-cutting plan in the coming weeks - more than a year ahead of schedule.
Unless China Evergrande Group takes quick steps for an orderly restructuring of its debt pile and steps up asset sales, its last-minute bond interest payment this week will do little to shore up creditors' support for the developer, analysts and lawyers said. In an unexpected move, Evergrande wired an $83.5 million coupon payment due to offshore bondholders, days before a 30-day grace payment period ends on Saturday, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said on Friday. With more than $300 billion in liabilities, Evergrande, once China's top-selling property developer, faces deep scepticism on whether it can make more near-term coupon payments with its property sales tumbling 30% in the year to Oct. 20.
After nearly two years of being locked in, Australians are ready to travel. And Qantas CEO Alan Joyce says the airline is stepping up.''There's massive demand for Australians wanting to see their family and relatives. There's massive demand for loved ones wanting to get together for Christmas. There's massive demand for people wanting to take that holiday that they've been looking forward to for nearly two years."The national carrier said on Friday it would speed up plans to restart flights to many destinations and use some bigger planes to meet the demand.The airline said all 11,000 of its staff idled without pay - around half its total workforce - will return to work by early December as domestic and international flying returns to more normal levels."This 20 months is probably the darkest period in Qantas' 100 year history. It's meant that we've had to ground aircraft, stand down people and restructure the business. But there is light at the end of the tunnel. It's very clear that because Australians have rolled up their sleeves and taken the jab, we can see that light. We're getting more aircraft back in the air. We're starting more international operations and very importantly, we're getting more of our people back to work."Qantas said it would bring forward the start of flights from Melbourne to London by six weeks to November 6, and to Singapore by three weeks to November 22. However, for the airline to make a full recovery in its loss-making international business, Australian rules will need to be eased further to allow international students, business travelers and tourists to enter the country.
The "Spectrum of the Seas" ship was scheduled to begin its "cruise to nowhere" journey in nearby waters, restricted to half capacity and only for fully vaccinated residents who tested negative for the virus 48 hours prior to the trip.About 1,000 passengers out of a total of 1,200 had already boarded the ship before the four-night trip was cancelled.All have to undergo compulsory testing but were allowed to leave the ship as they did not have direct contact with the crew member.The 40-year-old crew member tested positive for COVID-19 in Malaysia in July and then tested negative more than 10 times since returning to Hong Kong in August.He was fully vaccinated with China's Sinovac vaccine.Hong Kong has some of the most stringent travel restrictions in the world and is virtually COVID-19 free.The Chinese-ruled city has reported just over 12,300 cases since the start of the pandemic, mostly imported, and 213 deaths.
The Cumbre Vieja volcano started spewing red-hot lava and ash on September 19, with the eruption showing few signs of abating so far after destroying some 2,000 buildings and forcing thousands to leave their homes.
The airport in Brisbane, Queensland, was battered by a tornado on October 22 as thunderstorms rolled over the city.The Australian Bureau of Meteorology confirmed the tornado just after 1 pm local time, adding that “very dangerous thunderstorms” were impacting areas south-east Queensland.The airport, which saw 101 millimetres of rain, said the impact of the “severe storm activity” was being assessed. Credit: @BigBangMan68 via Storyful