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Who Is Kelsey Weier? – Peter Weber ‘Bachelor’ Contestant Was Miss Iowa

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Much like the family-sized personal pizza I just ordered, The Bachelor is coming and there’s nothing you can do about it. The iconic show’s millionth season is just around the corner, and this time ’round, our main man is someone we can all get on board with: Peter Weber. Even if you were rooting for Mike Johnson (truly same), the fact is Peter seems like a solid dude who just wants to live his best pilot life and fly high on the wings of love/airplanes.

And while it looks like ABC has done their best to find him a worthy group of women to date all at the same time (normal!), you should definitely expect some drama this season. Bachelor spoiler sleuth Reality Steve reports that Peter’s girlfriends include multiple pageant queens and their ~drama~, which brings us to Kelsey Weier. It looks like Kelsey makes it pretty far in the race to win Peter’s free Delta miles, so it’s time to find out literally everything about her.

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^Me rolling up my sleeves and doing this internet deep dive.

She Won Miss Iowa USA 2017

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And here’s the good news for people very into sleuthing (hi, hello there): While Kelsey’s personal Instagram account is private because she’s on The Bachelor, she took over Miss Iowa’s account back in 2016 and there are still a ton of pictures. Like, here she is encouraging everyone to vote!

And here she is perched atop a gaggle of men!

And here she is Boomeranging on the beach!

Also, please note that Kelsey competed in Miss USA and wore this not-at-all casual evening gown. Expect her outfits on The Bachelor to be insanely extra:

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She’s Bringing the Drama

Apparently, Kelsey and fellow Bachelor contestant Hannah Sluss are not getting along—Kelsey appears to have (maybe) complained to the producers after Hannah won the Revolve fashion-show date on the second episode.

Per Reality Steve, “When it was all over and Hannah had won, Kelsey was called over by production to the back. Thinking it may seem like since Kelsey was a former pageant winner that she has an issue with Hannah winning. Was told told Kelsey was not a fan of Hannah. A lot of eye rolling.”

On top of that, Steve tweeted THIS:

She Already Had a Major Moment This Season

So why Kelsey and Hannah Ann don’t get along goes back to an incident shortly before the fashion-show date on episode two, when Kelsey set up a cute moment for her and Peter involving a very special bottle of champagne that she brought from home. Long story short, Hannah Ann and Peter accidentally popped open the champs, and Kelsey was PISSED and started crying all over the mansion. Peter then tried to make Kelsey feel better by taking aside for another bottle of champagne, and when she took a sip this happened:

One person on Twitter called it “the best thing that has ever happened on any Bachelor” and honestly…they’re not wrong!

Her 1:1 Date With Peter Looked Super Cute

Kelsey and Peter had their one-on-one date on October 4, and it was pretty public. The hang session seems to have involved a soap box derby race, and they looked pretty cozy in footage that rolled out online:

IDK about you, but I feel a vibe!

She’s a Former Hairstylist and Big Into Wellness

According to Kelsey’s old Miss Iowa profile, she worked at a hair salon in Des Moines before starting her pageant career. She is also described as having a “dedication to wellness” that “keeps her quite busy,” which I relate to due to having a “dedication to chips” that also “keeps me quite busy.”

Apparently, during warmer months, “you can find Kelsey outside appreciating the beautiful Iowa scenery on bike rides, while boating, or even lying out at the pool,” so keep an eye out, everyone!

She Has a Twin

And truly, we all know how much Bachelor Nation loves itself a twin. If Kelsey makes it to Peter’s hometown dates, we’ll likely meet her sister Kayla, whose Instagram happens to be public and full of fun Kelsey posts. By which I mean this:

And this:

She Attributes Her Strength to Her Mom

Here’s a sweet video of Kelsey tearfully talking about being raised by an awesome single mom who inspired her to be strong and independent. Considering how emotional Kelsey is in the video, definitely expect this to come up during her conversations with Peter.

She’s Struggled With Self-Confidence

“Self-confidence has been something I have struggled with since I was little. Growing up as a twin, Kayla and I were constantly being compared to each other,” Kelsey said while competing in Miss USA. “As a young girl, this was a difficult battle that I had to learn to overcome. As I grew older, I realized that no matter how different my sister and I were, people were always going to compare us. As I got older, I started to look at what made me special and different from her, instead of looking at what she was better at than me. Confidence is a hard thing to develop. For me, it has taken many years and a lot of self-reflecting to get to where I am today. When I start to compare myself to others, I quickly remind myself of the positives in my life and what makes me special. Do I have a lot of room to grow? Yes! But I’m proud of the strides I have taken to get to where I am today.”

Honestly, it seems like Kelsey is a great person and I fully approve of her dating Peter while the rest of us pursue relationships with Mike Johnson.



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How to Layer a Turtleneck in the Winter

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I love a good turtleneck. So much so that I wish I could wear them year-round (but don’t worry, I’m not insane). I eagerly await the Fall and Winter months when it’s acceptable for me to bust out my assortment, and as I’m sure you can imagine, it’s vast: chunky knits, fitted mock-necks (technically not a turtleneck, but close enough), and ribbed styles are the styles I wear most. While I’m totally an equal turtleneck opportunist, my absolute favorites are tissue-thin styles I can easily tuck into jeans, high-rise pants, and skirts as well as comfortably layer under sweaters, dresses, and shirts sans bulk. I’m also here for a good turtleneck bodysuit; it’s the ultimate piece for achieving a seamless look. To put it simply, what a white t-shirt is to many, a thin turtleneck is to me. An utterly essential basic I can’t live without.

One of my go-to outfit formulas is a thin turtleneck tucked into high-rise jeans with boots in cool weather; it is super flattering, is easy to throw on, and always looks polished, though effortlessly so. But when I need to bundle up a bit more or simply want to experiment with layers, a thin turtleneck can really transform an outfit, even if it’s just barely peeking out from under a cozy knit, button-down shirt, or sweatshirt.

To give you a visual on just how easy layering a turtleneck is, I’ve snapped a few pics detailing three superwearable looks. From a vegan-leather-shirt-and-jeans formula to a double-sweater situation (fear not, I’ll break this down), ahead, my guide to layering a simple turtleneck IRL. While these looks err on the side of minimalist, I promise, the results are anything but boring. Plus, I’ve shopped out all three of my outfits head to toe, including most of my exact pieces and similar styles.



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The Blue Oxford Shirt Is the Biggest 2020 Trend So Far

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Easy to wear is probably one of the most irritating phrases in the whole of fashion (and let’s be honest, there are a lot to get annoyed by). What, exactly, does it mean? Surely all clothes should be easy to wear? That’s the whole damn point of them. As much as it pains me to give these three words justification, here’s how I interpret them: Easy-to-wear clothing is the sort of stuff you don’t have to spend much time thinking about. It’s a wardrobe staple that you’d happily wear whether you’re 15 or 85. There’s little faffing involved. 

Well, prepare to hear the words with more frequency come spring and summer 2020, as that’s exactly what this season is all about. While I love being amazed by innovative and fresh takes on fashion (hello, Richard Quinn and Marc Jacobs), on the whole, there are no huge surprises in store for us. So what can you expect? One of the biggest trends that plenty of buyers and high-street brands have invested in is the simple blue Oxford shirt. Spotted on the runway of minimalist brand par excellence The Row, this shirt is already starting to take off. 

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CNA Federmoda launches trade show in Toronto

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The CNA Federmoda Association union, CNA Federmoda, is bringing a new trade show to Toronto to showcase Italian fashion to the local market. 

CNA Federmoda launches trade show in Toronto. – CNA Federmoda

Dubbed ‘WeLoveModainItaly’, the event taking place on January 28 and 29, 2020, will launch in the Arta Gallery spaces in Toronto’s Distillery District. 

Bringing together Italian manufacturers and brands, fashion buyers, and industry professionals under one roof, WeLoveModainItaly will showcase a selection of fall-winter 2020/2021 collections, including men and women’s apparel, fine leather goods, jewellery and accessories.

Simultaneously, a keynote presentation on the principles of ‘Made in Italy’, and its close connection to sustainability, will be held on Tuesday, January 28. The presentation will equally include opening remarks by Antonio Franceschini, CNA Federmoda National Manager, while president of Consorzio Moda in Italy, Roberto Corbelli will lead further discussion on agenda topics.

“International markets are increasingly asking for products that combine quality and design,” said Marco Landi, president of CNA Federmoda, in a news statement. 

“WeLoveModainItaly will highlight the exquisite craftsmanship, quality and unique production and manufacturing processes with which Italian companies are globally renowned for.”

The CNA Federmoda Association represents approximately 25,000 small-scale manufacturers and other SMEs in the Italian fashion industry, both private-label producers and third-party manufacturers.

The event was launched in partnership with Consorzio Moda in Italy, and with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, as well as the Italian Trade Agency. It is open to all trade professionals and media.

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