• Cover: October 24, 2014
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    Budget Beaus

    Is thrifty the new sexy? Our friends at Cosmopolitan report that a "reasonable attitude with money" was one of the most attractive qualities when choosing a mate according to a University of Michigan study. In a separate study, 73 percent of those surveyed said they'd go on a second date with someone who used a coupon on the first date. Just remember: There's a difference between being frugal and being cheap.

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    Kiddie Cool

    Right on the heels of Mrs. Carter's win as the most-searched celeb of 2013, Miss Blue Ivy Carter may very well be getting a win of her own: this year's most stylish kid.

    Spotted on Beyoncé's Instagram during a stroll with dad Jay Z, Blue sported a personalized bejeweled jacket that had us wishing our parents had dressed us half as cool as her.

    And while we can't tell you where to find your very own "Miss" jacket, we can point you in the direction of her floral boots—the grown-up version.

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    Settling Down

    If you're willing to settle for a relationship with Mr. Right Now, you're not alone.

    According to the results of a study conducted by the University of Toronto and published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 60 percent of adults—regardless of age—would rather settle for a so-so relationship than be single. The reason for lowering their standards? A fear of loneliness. What's more, the findings held true for men as much as for women, debunking the myth that it's always the woman—not the man—who's eager to find a mate.

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