We doubt Kirsten Dunst intended to start a fashion controversy when she wore an innocent white Miu Miu dress to a New Year's Eve party. It was a classic Dunst dress, totally schoolgirl cute, and no surprise as she once fronted a Miu Miu ad campaign. Some say it wasn't an appropriate choice for a NYE, when sparkles and feathers and excess rule. We stand firmly behind Kirsten for staying true to her personal style, and to prove it, here are five of our favorite Kirsten Dunst looks.
Happy New Year! We hope that you're enjoying a great start to 2010 and not nursing a hangover from all the champagne you drank. I decided to not imbibe on New Year's Eve — locked away in a Winter cabin, I chose mulled cider instead. But that's beside the point: I want to know how many glasses you drank while ringing in the New Year?
We're almost to the finish line of holiday madness — New Year's Eve is less than a week away! Whether you're hosting a party or staying in with that special someone, it's nice to celebrate with a drink. The dilemma: cocktails are higher in calories than champagne, but champagne doesn't always have the same creative kick as a mixed drink.
If you're looking for something different to sip this holiday but are worried about calories, try this Lillet Blanc Champagne cocktail. Lillet Blanc is a French aperitif wine that has flavors of citrus and honey, and when combined, it really steps up the flavor of champagne. I love this cocktail because I still get all the celebratory bubbles of Champagne but feel like I am drinking a fancy cocktail. And since it's a wine-based drink, it's also a lot lower in alcohol and calories when compared to a spirit-based cocktail.
To find out how to make this drink at home, read more