Don’t Call Demi A “Bad Girl” — She’s Just Speaking Out

Don’t Call Demi A “Bad Girl”

Who is Demi

If you manage to get through the singer-songwriter’s army of Lovatics, the super fans who make up a sizeable and vocal part of her whopping 65 million Instagram followers, you would still have to get past her dogs and her full-time security guard, who all live with her in the Hollywood Hills.

Then, if you made it to Lovato herself, you would be up against a blue belt in jujitsu who’s also schooled in boxing and Muay Thai. Lovato has an excellent right hook, a fierce left uppercut, and a damn good roundhouse.

She needs nobody

“If I were in some sort of danger, I know I could easily break somebody’s arm or choke them out,” she says, barefoot in the ring at Unbreakable Performance Center in West Hollywood. “I just feel like I can take care of myself.” That is really a very good advantage to being able to take care of herself.

However, I do not think she will ever be in a position where she will need any help to protect herself against anyone. Everybody loves and admire her!

Training Day

It’s a Monday morning in January, and she’s wearing heavy boxing gloves, having just finished a long combination of moves. Her trainer—a handsome Brazilian mixed-martial-arts fighter whose left ear hasn’t completely survived his past altercations—holds Lovato’s water bottle to her mouth for a brief moment of hydration. Then they start the routine all over again.

Speaking Out is a valuable armoury of useful and hard-won advice for girls and women on how to make their presence felt and voices heard in public. Every woman should be in the position of defending herself in case of an emergency. No one has the right to behave combatively, especially to women or girls who are supposed to be the weak.

…so, Don’t Call Demi A “Bad Girl”!

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Gisele Bündchen Can’t Stop Wearing These Retro Jeans

Gisele Bündchen Can’t Stop Wearing These Retro Jeans

Gisele Bündchen Can’t Stop Wearing These Retro Jeans

We cannot hide that we’re obsessed with ’70s-inspired style. There’s a reason this decade is far higher than all the others in terms of its sartorial staying power, and it has a lot to do with bohemian-inflected styles like luxurious suede and neutral earth tones. What does this mean in terms of Denim? That retro jeans are making their comeback, making the ’70s more famous than ever. And Gisele Bündchen prefers them too when it comes to styling them.

Denim style jeans

For a long time, we were certain that the wide-legged Denim would never again see the light of the day. But lately we’ve been seeing a handful of celebrities in bell-bottom jeans that made us reconsider the Denim style jeans.

So whether you’re emotionally attached to your skinny jeans or have thought that the flare style never left, prepare to get on board with the retro revival. The key to making the ’70s style feel current? A high-waisted fit and a great heel. Wearing heels with full-length flare jeans is particularly essential, as the added height will balance out the jeans’ volume. If you’re still feeling flats, opt for a pair of cropped flare jeans instead.

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Think you’re ready to try out the trend, or maybe you need a little more motivation to be convinced? Let the following outfits get you inspired, and then shop our favourite flare jeans to get you started.