Kim Kardashian May Be Funnier Than You Think

The Kardashians and Jenners may get a lot of criticism for their fame and antics, but they are certainly not as untalented or self-absorbed as you may think. Kendall Jenner has been proving herself to be just as talented as the top models who don't come from celebrity families and Kim's new Superbowl ad for T-Mobile shows us her ability to poke fun at her selfie obsession.

The commercial specifically advertises T-Mobile's new Data Stash program, which allows you to roll your unused data over from month to month for up to one year at a time. It plays like an ad for abused animals or a lack of clean water in which Kim urges smartphone users to "save the data." After all, what better way to see all aspects of Kim's life than with all your extra rolled-over data? 

The comedic commercial is sure to grab the attention of our Kardashian crazed country, but also shows that Kim is aware of her image as a self-absorbed diva and isn't afraid to laugh it off. Good for you, Kim.

Kate Spade Saturday Closing Its Doors

Kate Spade announced yesterday that it will be closing the brick-and-mortar stores and ecommerce sites of its sister and brother brands Kate Spade Saturday and Jack Spade to focus solely on the original line. This news came as quite a shock to many, as Saturday was celebrating new store openings as late as the fourth quarter in 2014, and just released their collaboration collection with New Balance as well as a collaboration earlier this month with West Elm. Needless to say, the two collections are quickly selling out.

image via West Elm

image via West Elm

The two lines are expected to be fully phased out by the second half of 2015. The Saturday line was launched just two years ago as a lower priced line targeted at a younger audience. It managed to maintain the pop and fun of the Kate Spade brand, but apparently did not succeed in attracting a large enough customer base. The line will now be absorbed back into the Kate Spade New York line and sold in Kate Spade stores, although there have be doubts about maintaining Saturday's lovable lower price range.

Hopefully Saturday will be more successful once integrated into the Kate Spade New York line, and will keep offering the spunky playful patterns and pieces it is known and loved for.

Don't miss your chance to snag your favorite Saturday and Jack Spade items now! Or just plan ahead for potentially excellent sales...

image via Saturday.com

image via Saturday.com

Forever21 Does Denim

Forever21 has offered denim before, but not quite like this. The brand is stepping up it's denim game with the new All About Denim collection. The line features new cuts and washes, along with tops and accessories made of everyone's favorite everyday fabric. The luxe washes and stitching paired with clean lines and no rips in sight, give this Forever21 denim collection a distinct edge over past versions. So if you were questioning purchasing some 70's style wide leg jeans or that designer fringed chambray top, think no more.

The All About Denim collection hits stores today. See more at Refinery29.com.

image via  Refinery29.com

image via Refinery29.com

DIY : Chalkboard Clutch

Possibly my favorite accessory is the clutch. It may not always be the practical choice, but I do always feel that clutches have the power to elevate any look to a new level. Recently I was struck by this adorable chalkboard version by Ashlyn'd Honor on Nasty Gal. But with a 4 digit price tag, it is wildly outside my budget. So DIY, here I come!

image via  NastyGal.com

image via NastyGal.com

You'll need :
 - wooden box
 - chalkboard paint
 - painter's tape
 - chalk

Use a ruler to create a rectangle on both the front and the back of the wooden box. This will be where the chalkboard paint will go. Next, box off the rectangles with painter's tape. I used a spray version of chalkboard paint, which I strongly recommend using outdoors with lots of space and lots of newspapers (just embrace the cold), but using tubed paint and a brush or even chalkboard decals will work just as well. After both sides have been painted and dried, peel the tape to reveal your fancy new chalkboard clutch. Toss in the chalk for on the go doodling and you're done!

If you really want to get fancy, add a piece of chalk to the closure. I recommend spraying the chalk with a clear acrylic coating before attaching it to the clutch or else you may find yourself with stray white lines on your skirts and pants. Not the best look, but I'm sure you can make it work.