Kristin Cavallari’s Layered Mini Skirt Is Our New Obsession

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In this Shop With Us house, we stan Kristin Cavallari‘s style! She is one of our favorite celebrities to scope out when our well of fashion inspiration has run dry. Seriously, whenever we’re trying to create a laid-back look, we know that the former Very Cavallari star will provide us with a slew of chic ensembles to take notes from.

With the spring season coming in hot, we need to refresh our closets with new everyday pieces. Luckily, Cavallari was ahead of the curve, recently stepping out in this adorable mini skirt which she posted on her Instagram Stories. We were immediately captivated, and because she didn’t tag the brand, we took it upon ourselves to find a nearly identical version on Amazon.

Kristin Cavallari.

Kristin Cavallari. Courtesy of Kristin Cavallari/Instagram

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Costco 4Q profits rise, helped by pandemic shopping habits

ISSAQUAH, Wash. (AP) — Warehouse retail chain Costco Wholesale said its fourth-quarter profits rose slightly from a year ago, its profits weighed by wage premiums paid to employees during the pandemic.

In a quarter during which Costco saw a surge of online shopping, the company based in Issaquah, Washington, said it earned $951 million, or $2.14 per share. That’s compared to a profit of $931 million, or $2.10 per share, in the same period a year earlier.

But the results were below analysts’ expectations, pushing the Costco’s stock down about 2% in after-hours trading.

The average estimate of 13 analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of $2.42 per share in the latest quarter.

Costco said the premium COVID-19 pay for its employees trimmed its profits by 41 cents per share.

Costco has been one retailer that has mostly benefited from the pandemic, as stay-at-home Americans stocked up

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11 best neck creams to help firm skin and reduce wrinkles

Look for ingredients such as polyhydroxy acids, neoglucosamine, hyaluronic acid, peptides, vitamin C and ceramides

Look for ingredients such as polyhydroxy acids, neoglucosamine, hyaluronic acid, peptides, vitamin C and ceramides

For many of us, taking care of our necks probably just means drawing down whatever product we’re already using on our face.

But, similar to the skin around our eyes, the skin on our necks is thinner and can benefit from targeted products which encourage cell turnover and deliver increased hydration to keep skin supple.

Dr Sophie Shotter, aesthetic doctor at Illluminate Skin Clinic, explains: “The neck is very vulnerable to ageing. It has less sebaceous glands than facial skin, making it more prone to wrinkling.

“This, combined with the effects of sun exposure, gravity and muscle movement, can make the neck a real problem area for some people. My suggestion is to wear SPF on the neck daily, don’t stop at the jawline.”

“Then there is the phenomenon of ‘tech neck’. So much time

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