Day: October 16, 2021

Sofia Richie Talks About Growing Up In The Spotlight

Not only is Sofia Richie the daughter of iconic singer Lionel Richie and younger sister to TV-star-turned-designer Nicole Richie, but she’s now paving her own way in the world — putting her mark on the fashion industry and making a new name for herself.

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The 23-year-old knows a thing or two about how to handle fame — as she’s been in the public eye her entire life — telling OK! she’s picked up some pointers on how to live her life while under constant public scrutiny.

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“Ultimately, I’ve learned that you have to stay true to yourself and that you can’t let others’ opinions affect you,” she says, emphasizing the importance of knowing who you are and being “confident in that.”

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“This is something my family instilled in me and will always stick with me,”

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Shop 50% off BaubleBar’s tennis necklace, plus more accessories

If rebuilding your fall wardrobe wasn’t in the works this season, you’ve likely held on to the same trusted staples that you wore around this time last year. That doesn’t mean that you can’t reinvent your looks with a few simple accessories, though.

Tote bags, earrings, necklaces, you name it — a dainty accessory can elevate any kind of outfit and make it feel effortless. To give us a starting point on stepping up our fashion game, style expert Jasmine Snow stopped by TODAY to share seven simple accessories that are perfect for fall, including the one piece of jewelry that’s been making a steady comeback: the tennis bracelet.

You read that right: The tennis bracelet is having a bit of a moment right now. So, we tracked down a bestselling style worthy of adding to your own jewelry lineup, and got a deal to go along with it,

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What is beauty? Latina athletes discuss struggles and expectations

To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, ESPN recently gathered five Latina athletes at a New York City beauty salon to discuss standards of beauty within the world of sports.

The athletes who convened with ESPN’s all-female team to share their stories consisted of Olympic boxer Marlen Esparza, UFC bantamweight Joselyne Edwards, Rio 2016 tennis gold medalist Monica Puig, Paralympic sitting volleyball gold medalist Nicky Nieves, and NCAA champion gymnast Luisa Blanco. They shared their experience in an effort to redefine expectations, and in doing so demonstrated the beauty and strength that define each one.

“I loved having genuine conversations and exchanging experiences,” Puig said. “Each one of us has something wonderful inside of us, and it was incredible to

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