Candace Cameron Bure is a woman with many passions. Faith, acting, family are all prevalent, but so is her love for fashion.
It’s hard to catch Bure looking any less than on point. The former Full House star is often on social media sending messages to her followers and uploading new looks.
In one of her most recent posts on June 9, the actor posted a short and cute video of her “trying on” various outfits. As almost always, Candace Cameron Bure also had a message of positivity for her followers.
“LOVE. ONE. ANOTHER. 🤍 if only I could pick out & change outfits this quickly,” Bure wrote.
The caption and post also double as an ad for DaySpring, a greeting card company. Either way, it’s clear that Bure has options to choose from and she’s got an eye for a great summer look. And if someone wants to explains how she is 45-years-old and looks as young as she does, I’d love to learn the secret.
Candace Cameron Bure Teasing Upcoming Christmas Flicks
These days, folks probably see or recognize Candace Cameron Bure from her work on Hallmark as much as Full House. The actor is a mainstay of the channel’s straight-to-TV movies, especially those of the Christmas variety.
With Christmas a half-year away, that means the filming schedule for Hallmark’s Christmas slate is in high gear. Consequently, so is Candace Cameron Bure.
The actor uploaded a photo to her Instagram story back in late May. Dressed in red and with the caption, “It’s Christmas of course,” there’s really only one logical reason for her attire and attitude.
It’s an exciting sight to see for fans of the channel’s content and fans of the holiday in general. Christmas movies are just one of the many things that make the holiday great, and Bure is no different. However, the actor also explains there’s pressure to the success of her Hallmark work.
As Outsider talent Quentin Blount covered, Bure’s films have been smash-hits for the channel.
“I worry all the time about my movies,” Candace Cameron Bure said. “I actually got sick to my stomach on this last Christmas movie that aired in November because I’ve created an anxiety for myself because my movies have been the top-performing movies seven years in a row. And, you know, one day you’re going to slide off that pedestal.”
“And so every year, it kind of makes me sicker and sicker every time I have a movie to come out because I’m like, ‘Is this going to be the year? Is this it?’”
It’s only natural for those thoughts to creep into one’s head, but either way, Bure should try to worry less. Sure, success is finite, but that doesn’t take away from all the great work she’s done over the years.