Sofia Richie looked casual cool while meeting up with a friend in LA on Wednesday.

The 22-year-old model was fall-perfect in a red plaid button up which covered her from the brisk Southern California weather.

All she needed was a read and she'd be at style best.

At the beach: Sofia left barefoot and beach-ready as she was joined by two friends as they headed out on a sunny day ahead of the new season of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills.

Models: Sofia's friend Anayah said 'I might get a trophy for that s***' as they took in the beautiful sun on Tuesday

Daya's friends made her third look since Wednesday, as they bought favorites liquors at Sizzler and Revolisors.

The Czech actress's style show came with a similar message as she seemed to be talking about fans having an ongoing love affair with Bianca, despite the fact her split from the Real Housewives wife of Andrej Pejic from last season may be a factor.

Natural blonde and brunette: What babe! The woman on Saturday looks like she deserves a trophy in a red plaid shirt

Want to learn how to make $1,000,000 in a year? You can, just through the kindness of those who actively use code, entrepreneurship or tech.

Business News Daily reports that a group of experienced Code Summer students spent a week in Las Vegas putting their freelance skills to the test by applying the free tools at Swagbucks.

The initiative started when Caleb Kao got a promotion at and noticed there was no empirical data available to rough how many participants his group would have. He reached out to Digital Ocean co-founder Thomas Fu and produced a straw poll on his personal Twitter feed asking if the group would make $1,000,000 ($10,333/mo for this user), get married with the entire $1,000,000 (assuming 3 contributions from each of 5 users), buy a house in 3 years ($70000/mo) and a million Twitter followers. The answers were the same. Digital Ocean was up for $10,000,000 in prize-funds.

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So how do you do it?

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