Still, the pregnant Jackie star has no problem rocking affordable dresses too to show off her chic maternity style. As she attended the Oscars Nominees Luncheon in Beverly Hills Monday, the soon-to-be mom of two sported a look that any fashion-loving mom-to-be can afford--a Topshop maternity wrap dress that costs only $65. The dress, which hugged her burgeoning belly, came complete with a matching belt that Portman tied in the front. The actress even paired it with an also affordable pair of black Steve Madden slingback flats (which she has an affinity for wearing on the red ชุด คลุม ท้อง อิน เทรน ด์ carpet as well). Portman continues to wow us with her maternity stylings, ? la the gorgeous black and blue Proenza Schouler off-the-shoulder top and matching skirt she wore to Jimmy Kimmel Live last week. With award season well underway, we can't wait to see what she'll wear next--particularly when she steps onto the Oscars' red carpet at the end of the month. Reblog
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L.L. Bean currently offers free shipping on everything, and its "satisfaction" guarantee you could look here is so liberal that it's led to abuse of the return policy. Company officials said they will have more to say later this year about shipping and efforts to combat fraudulent returns. The privately held company expects to reduce its workforce by about 500 workers about 10 percent through early retirement incentives, said CEO Steve Smith . Other employment changes include more flexible time off, paid parental leave and paid eldercare support, benefits employees have been seeking, he said. The employment changes were announced by Smith in a memo and in meetings with workers Thursday. The changes, which go into effect next year, were in the works before Smith's arrival as CEO last year and unwanted publicity surrounding board member Linda Bean 's campaign donations, officials said. FindTheData | Graphiq Chairman Shawn Gorman , great-grandson of founder L.L. Bean, said such decisions "weigh heavily" on the family-owned business. But he said they're necessary for the company to remain competitive.
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