For 80 years, Inauguration Day has been January 20. Apparently the Yahoo! Style writer is living in an alternative universe or engages in alternative facts:
Proving once again that you don’t need to know anything about fashion to land a job at Yahoo! Style, this writer claims to have spotted a paisley print:
Here’s what the writer calls “paisley,” but the retailer calls “floral stripes”:
That seems to be a lot (I mean A LOT) closer to the truth, since a paisley print involves amoeba-like figures like this:
I don’t know where this Yahoo! Style writer has been for the last 100 days, but it must have been a remote location, without access to the Internet or any type of news media:
To those of us not living in a cave, Malia Obama is not the daughter of the president. She is the daughter of a former president.
If you’re familiar with Linda Farrow, you know it’s a brand of luxury sunglasses. Did you know that Linda Farrow offers sandals? Me neither. But that’s what I read on Yahoo! Style:
Of course, those sandals don’t look like gold, do they? You’d think the writer was actually describing aviator sunglasses.
Let’s skip right over that misspelling of a cappella on Yahoo! Style and focus on the misspelling of Charlotte Casiraghi’s name:
And then let’s focus on the assertion that she is an “actual Princess of Monaco.” No, even if the writer had managed to get her name right, she’d be wrong about that royal title. Charlotte Casiraghi may be eighth in line to the throne of Monaco, but she is not a princess; in fact, she has no royal title. None.