Ckikiou Cashmere-Blend Sweater Is Hiding on Amazon for Under $25

first_imgAt this point in our lives, however, we are just not into the idea of setting such strict boundaries. That doesn’t mean splurging on the $300 cashmere sweater though. It means shopping smart and exploring options in the most unexpected places. If you’re only looking at cashmere options in a fancy department store, you’re never going to find a great deal. But if you shop with Us? You might find that the best choice was on Amazon all along!Ckikiou Batwing Cashmere PulloverAmazonSee it!Get the Ckikiou Batwing Cashmere Pullover for just $24 at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 4, 2020, but are subject to change.- Advertisement – To be clear, the material of this sweater is a cashmere blend, but that’s exactly why we love it. It keeps the price low, but it doesn’t skimp on the luscious softness for a second. You can buy it with confidence, wear it with confidence and enjoy its coziness any time you want. You’ll especially want to once you realize how chic it is!This pullover sweater is exactly the ticket to looking like a fashionista in the modern world. It has a ribbed texture but a loose, relaxed fit, complete with a boat neckline and batwing long sleeves. It has a good amount of stretch to it too! It tapers in just the right places to show off your figure without clinging too tightly anywhere.Ckikiou Batwing Cashmere PulloverAmazonSee it!- Advertisement – Get the Ckikiou Batwing Cashmere Pullover for just $24 at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 4, 2020, but are subject to change.This sweater comes in many colors, including a few with angular color-blocking. When you browse through the options on Amazon, you’ll also notice that there’s another style available with a similar construction but varying details, so make sure to carefully check your pick before adding it to your cart and checking out!A sweater like this will become a quick go-to for you in the cold. All you need to do is slip it on with a pair of jeans, leggings or trousers and you’re set! So fast, so easy, so stylish. So needs to be on its way to you right now! See it!Get the Ckikiou Batwing Cashmere Pullover for just $24 at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 4, 2020, but are subject to change.Not your style? Shop more from Ckikiou here and other pullover sweaters here! Don’t forget to check out all of Amazon’s Daily Deals for more great finds!Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at Happy shopping! – Advertisement – Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.For some of us, cashmere has just never really been a thing in our lives. We always knew it existed, and we’ve certainly run our hands over its softness in the mall here and there, but the thought of buying just never presented itself as an option. It’s just too expensive! It’s one thing to save the money to buy a cashmere piece you love, but it’s another to wear it and have to worry about staining or tearing that precious fabric!- Advertisement –last_img read more

Rijeka’s 2000-meter zipline could soon become a reality

first_imgThe length of the zipline would be about 2 kilometers, of which the first 300 meters would pass from Trsat to Katarina, and the rest is a ride to Exportdrvo. In total, the ride would take about 5 minutes, and the maximum speed would not exceed 50 kilometers per hour. The idea of ​​a zipline was among the conceptual solutions of urban interventions from the program direction called “Sweet and salty” of the project “Rijeka 2020 – European Capital of Culture”. Although it is not yet known which projects in this direction will be realized, the look for ziplines is quite large, he reports Novi List. “A few years ago, this idea came to my mind, we also had some initial meetings with the authorities, but it all got a little stuck. Then the opportunity arose for this idea to enter the ECOC project through “Sweet and Salty” and now this idea is getting closer to realization every day.”, Explained Eris Marotti, a well-known Rijeka entrepreneur and the originator of the Rijeka zipline. Mia Roth Čerina explains that two variants of this final station were made because it was not yet known how the Exportdrva building itself would be arranged. “The whole zipline is something that plays with the feeling of fear and the last stop wants to intensify that feeling before the end of the ride, entering either a parasite or a hole is planned to further stress you ” Cherina points out. The value of the investment is around 2 million kuna, while the production itself is not complicated. “I believe that this can be a successful project that could set Rijeka apart from other cities. We did, for example, ziplines in the Čikola valley, we are currently working in Skopje in the very center of the city. This one in Rijeka would be special because it connects some famous cultural and historical sites such as Trsat and Katarina with industrial heritage and nature, all through the European Capital of Culture project.”, Explains Marotti. Screenshot Youtubecenter_img Rijeka could soon offer new adrenaline content for its residents, but also tourists. Namely, it is a project ziplinea, that is, the rope with which the user descends by means of pulleys. The head of the “Sweet and Salty” program, Idis Turato, hired some of the best architects and designers from Croatia and the surrounding area, and the zipline project came into the hands of Mija Roth Čerina and Tonči Čerina. Their idea is that the zipline route resembles, no less and no more, an internal parasite. In other words, they envisioned the zipline entry-exit stations as parasites you pass through at the end of your ride on the Exportdr or as you enter a hole in the wall that symbolizes the parasite. Screenshot Youtube “When you have infinitely long sandy beaches, you don’t have to be particularly creative, but when you’re in a city like Rijeka, you have to be very creative to figure out what to offer to the people of Rijeka and guests. Zipline through the city is just one such creative project”, Adds Tonči Čerina.last_img read more

Cricket News Ashes 2019: Super Steve Smith Underlines Greatness With Double Century

first_imghighlights Smith’s 211 took Australia to 497-8 declared on the second dayThis was the third double century of Smith’s 67-Test careerSmith has scored 589 runs at an average of 147.25 in this series The most runs ever made by an individual in a Test series is the 974 compiled by Australia’s Don Bradman, widely regarded as the format’s greatest batsman, during the five matches of the 1930 Ashes in England.Vivian Richards holds the corresponding record for four Tests, posting 829 runs during West Indies 3-0 win in England in 1976 where the ‘Master Blaster’ missed one fixture out of five through illness.Both those marks may be beyond Smith. But if Australia do retain the urn – and they were well-placed at the close with England 23-1, a deficit of 474 – this will undoubtedly be ‘Smith’s Ashes’.Smith is regarded as the best “problem solver” in cricket today by Australia coach Justin Langer, himself a former Test batsman.  ‘Played into our hands’That quality, as well as his unorthodox shuffle across the crease, was evident as Smith took advantage of an unusually placid Old Trafford pitch.”I think and visualise before I play where people are likely to bowl to me and where I am likely to score and try to picture fields that are set and play things over in my mind, where I am going to get runs and how they are looking to get me out,” Smith told reporters after stumps.”Then out in the middle you have to adapt to whatever is thrown at you.”England, inevitably, after Lord’s, repeatedly tested Smith out with the bouncer.But Smith, whose career Test batting average of 64.64 is second only to Bradman’s 99.94, reckoned England’s quicks, with the notable exception of Stuart Broad, had over-done the short stuff.”I said before the game that if they bowl a lot at my head then they’re not bowling at my stumps and trying to get me out lbw and caught behind the wicket,” he explained.”For them to go as short as they did and as early as they did with the new-ball, softened that ball up and played into our hands.”The third double century of Smith’s 67-Test career, all of which have come against England, was not chanceless.Archer dropped a caught and bowled chance when Smith was on 65 and he had made 118 when he nicked Jack Leach to slip only to be reprieved when a third umpire review revealed the left-arm spinner had bowled a no-ball.”When I saw the foot over the line and (umpire) Kumar (Dharmasena) called me back I thought, ‘How good is this! I get to keep on batting’.”Obviously I had some luck and I made the most of it from there.”This innings also saw Smith extend his own record with an eighth successive Ashes fifty, but he was adamant in insisting: “It’s never easy.””You’re playing international cricket against some quality bowlers. I’ll never say it’s easy.” Manchester: Steve Smith is on course to enjoy one of the most productive series by any batsman in Test history after he marked his return to Ashes action with a double hundred at Old Trafford. The 30-year-old’s 211 was the centrepiece of Australia’s 497-8 declared on the second day of the fourth Test.It was his third century in four innings this series following scores of 144 and 142 in the opener at Edgbaston – Smith’s first Test since completing a 12-month ball-tampering ban.If those hundreds erased doubts about whether he would be the same stellar batsman after the traumatic events during a Test in Cape Town that led to his being stripped of the Australia captaincy and a lengthy suspension, Thursday’s innings put to rest fears of any lingering ill-effects after he was concussed by a Jofra Archer bouncer.That blow to his then unprotected neck – he is now batting with a ‘stem guard’ – during the drawn second Test at Lord’s saw Smith ruled out of England’s dramatic one-wicket win at Headingley that levelled this Ashes at 1-1 with two to play.Even after retiring hurt having been felled by Archer, Smith still came back out to make 92 – his lowest score of a series where he has now scored 589 runs at a colossal average of 147.25. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

Palm Beach County teacher raises money to buy laptops for students in need

first_imgA Palm Beach County teacher at University Preparatory Academy in West Palm Beach landed a fundraising campaign on Facebook to raise money in order to buy laptops for children in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.Vasantha Siva who is the STEM and the Advanced Academic program director said that some of the students’ background affects them.  “Some of them live with grandparents, or sister’s brothers, or somewhere, friend’s house. Some of them even in a car temporarily.” said Siva.The pandemic made learning tougher for some students, which is what prompted Siva to create the campaign.So far Siva has been able to raise $6,000 to buy laptops for the children.Siva said she has received 15 applications from parents in need of help with rent, gas, groceries, and more.To donate to the fundraiser, click here.last_img read more