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The Kourtney Kardashian-Approved Spanx Leggings Are On Sale for 30% Off Right Now

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They say if you’ve got it, flaunt it. But for those of us who need some extra help with our flaunting, these magical Booty Boost Active Leggings from Spanx are here to help. The shape-enhancing leggings, made from Spanx’s signature compression fabric, live up to their name, helping to sculpt your rear while ensuring the most flattering fit.

The leggings have also received the seal of approval from booty-flaunting Kourtney Kardashian, who has been seen wearing them on more than one occasion. A long-time fan of Spanx, she even raved about these leggings on her lifestyle website, Poosh

According to Spanx, these leggings will give you your “best butt ever,” and we’re inclined to agree. Spanx’s signature contoured waistband even has a pocket to store your phone and other daily essentials. Right now, the 7/8 version is discounted in two colors. Available in sizes XS-3X, the signature leggings are currently on sale for 30% off. 



For more Spanx leggings deals, check out the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale 2022 to get 34% off the Spanx Faux Leather Leggings until July 31. 

 

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The Best Ayurvedic Spa Treatments to Try in New York City

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For the massage, Saini chose dhanwantram oil for me, to help balance the vata and pitta doshas. It promises antioxidant effects with its cocktail of roots, flowers, herbs, oils, and spices, as well as cow’s milk. My therapist, Constance Nicolas, used confident, medium-to-firm strokes to work the oil in and then pressed the oiled elakizhi bundles into my back. My elakhizi contained a cooked mixture of fresh Moringa and fenugreek leaves, lemon slices, turmeric, rock salt, and grated coconut and were ingeniously nestled in a Crock-Pot, where they lay warming in dhanwantram oil. The aromatic vibe was more Indian restaurant than spa, and the bundles felt warm and squishy as they were pressed into my skin. They squelched and frankly felt a bit unappealing but worked almost instantly. I floated off into that space between sleep and wakefulness, where I remained till my treatment ended. My muscles felt less tense, and a sore spot on my shoulder had vanished, so you wouldn’t have caught me caring about the fact that I smelled a bit fenugreek-y on the way out. 

 The Well New York

I’ll start by saying The Well is the exact opposite of a traditional Ayurvedic spa—the minimalist, modern retreat in Manhattan’s Union Square is a luxe oasis offering a variety of wellness modalities. The treatment I got wasn’t strictly Ayurvedic either. It was, in fact, a Swedish massage, but what drew me in was the Marma Point Scalp Treatment, a 10-minute experience that can be added on to any bodywork treatment. Similar to acupuncture points, the 107 Marma points are key spots on the body, and Ayurvedic medicine believes activating them can benefit the body and mind. Head massages, both with and without oil, are vital therapies in the South Asian beauty and wellness canon, and I wanted to see how The Well would interpret them.

Really well, it turns out. My therapist, Krystel Laudante, started with the Swedish massage using sesame oil, and by the time my hour was up, my hunched shoulders that had rigor mortised in the vicinity of my ears had descended to their anatomically correct position. The head massage was just as restoring. With warmed coconut oil, Laudante gently massaged my head and worked on several points on my forehead, face, and scalp. It was a gentle touch with no more pressure than a caress, but at the end of 10 short minutes, I was floaty. My experience here might not have been truly Ayurvedic in practice, but it definitely was in spirit. 

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Rita Ora Reveals Her Unusual Emerald Engagement Ring

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Rita Ora has kept the details surrounding her nuptials to Taika Waititi largely under wraps, with no confirmation of the exact date the couple exchanged their vows. What we do know: Waititi proposed to Ora with an emerald in a diamond pavé-set bezel, then presented his new wife with a delicate wedding band during a private ceremony. 

The singer revealed more details about her engagement ring on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon which, up until now, she has “never shown anyone.” “Because I love you and I feel like you’re part of our relationship, weirdly, because we watch you every night, I just felt like I’ll show you it,” she told Fallon, before offering up her hand to the camera. “He did good.”

When asked about the selection process, Ora said that she guided Waititi. “I just think, like, when you know what you want and I felt like I really knew that I wanted to be with this person, I just wanted it to feel really right,” she explained. “I may have taken him to the shop and I may have pointed out exactly what ring I wanted.” 

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19 Glorious Photos of ABBA, Masters of Retro ’70s Style

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ABBA members Agnetha Fältskog, Björn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad dominated radio airwaves back in the 1970s—but the Swedish supergroup is still as relevant as ever in 2023. Following up their smash hits like “Dancing Queen” and “Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!,” the iconic band released a brand new album, titled Voyage, in 2021—their ninth and final studio album. This weekend, they’re also up for four major Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album of the Year, as well as Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for one of their leading singles, “Don’t Shut Me Down.”

Ahead of ABBA’s grand appearance at the Grammys on Sunday, Vogue is taking a look back at the Swedish group’s best fashion moments over the years. Photos from their heyday in the 1970s prove they’ve always been the masters of coordinated group style. While performing on stage, the four members have always shared a penchant for the dramatic—often synching up on groovy suits, bellbottom jeans, or disco-ready spandex catsuits. There’s a reason there’s a whole Broadway musical (and movie) set to their music; The group has a large roster of hits, and an even longer list of statement outfits to go along with them. 

ABBA in 2022Photo: Getty Images

Many of their fabulously retro looks were designed by Owe Sandström, their go-to costume designer at the time. “I wanted [their outfits] to be like pieces of art, more than just costumes,” he told the Sydney Morning Herald. “My inspirations came from everywhere, from all over the world. Kimonos in Japan, the northern lights of Scandinavia. The latin boleros and flamenco pieces in Chiquitita and Fernando.”

While it’s easy to look back on their 1970s clothes as a time capsule, many of their pieces—including the flared denim and frilly blouses—couldn’t feel more current, especially as designers such as Celine’s Hedi Slimane constantly look back and draw from the decade. Log onto TikTok, and not only is ABBA’s music constantly being used for trending sounds, but many creators are also playing into their ’70s style, too (remember that beauty trend on the app where everyone was recreating bouncy, voluminous, ABBA-worthy curls?). ABBA is the gift that keeps on giving—and we simply can’t wait to see what they wear to the Grammys on Sunday.

Below, 19 glorious ABBA photos to enjoy. 

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