October 3: Worst looks of the week (and how to fix 'em)Are the days of dressing up behind us? This week, a handful of celebs stepped out in rumpled, baggy, and generally unflattering outfits. What to do? Well we'll tell you. Here are the worst looks of the week, and how we'd fix 'em. By Jayne Heaton
- Hands up if you find it difficult"if not impossible"to get to the gym three times a week. Or even once a week. Not everyone is as fortunate as Corporal Erin Anderson of CFB Borden who gets paid to include exercise in her work week. Even with allotted fitness time and access to world-class facilities, however, she concedes, "it's a challenge to find time to keep up my fitness levels." The good news is that there are dozens of ways to sneak exercise into your life. Even 10 minutes of cardio a day will help lower your risk of disease, reduce stress and improve sleep. That's the key: routine. Choosing physical activity over staying stationary should become so automatic that you don't even need to plan for it.
- Although most of the stars at this year's Academy Awards chose exquisite gowns, the problem is they didn't always choose the best ones for their body types. It’s all about taking what you've got and making sure you focus on your best features to prevent style mistakes from happening. Here are the worst looks of the Oscars and how to fix 'em. By Jayne Heaton
- There are so many new trends on the go right now, and it's no wonder this week's worst dressed stars are donning lace, black-and-white stripes, and more. But whatever you do, don't try these looks at home. Here are the worst looks of the week and how to fix 'em. By Jayne Heaton
- Bold isn't always bad, but it's good to know where to draw the line. This week, stars had fun with fishy prints and glittery get-ups that were far from spectacular. Here are the worst looks of the BAFTAs and how to fix 'em. By Jayne Heaton