Fashion Bombshell of the Day: Tiffany from New York

Hey Bombshell’s, Today’s Fashion Bombshell of the Day is Tiffany, a fellow fashion blogger from New York check her out below.

Tiffany’s style is girly and romantic, with lots of flowy fabrics and vibrant colors. Tiffany stated that she started her blog to promote the importance of positive body image that curvy women sometimes struggle with in a daily basis.

We love to see it! What do you think of this Bombshell’s style?

Fashion Bombshell of the Day is a feature showcasing the singular style of Fashion Bomb Readers. Send your name, location, a description of your style, and 5-10

Germany Looks Into Covid Deniers’ Links With Far Right

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Over the past two weeks, case numbers have fallen by 15 percent or more in 27 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands, with drops of 30 percent or more …

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Sickness and death are everywhere.

Dozens of houses in my neighborhood have sick people.

One of my colleagues is sick.

One of my son’s teachers is sick.

The neighbor two doors down, to the right of us: sick.

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Times Event: How to Save Ourselves From Disinformation

Times subscribers can R.S.V.P. for this free event on Wednesday, May 26 at 7 p.m. Eastern, 4 p.m. Pacific.

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Join Sarah Silverman, comedian and host of The Sarah Silverman Podcast, and Times reporters Kevin Roose, Sheera Frenkel and Davey Alba as they untangle the roots of disinformation, and the effects it has on