Kicking off the weekend with some fun and laughter, Fuller House star Candace Cameron Bure shows off some hilarious dance moves in her latest Instagram post.
“Work hard. But make it fun,” Candace Cameron Bure captions the post, which features the hilarious video and a snapshot of her and her clothing line crew working.
Candace Cameron Bure launched her self-titled clothing line this past spring on QVC’s website. The clothing line offers sweaters, dresses, t-shirts, and bottoms. At the time of the line’s launch, Candace revealed that the price point for her clothing line is between $32 and $100.
Candace also explains at the launch that her clothing cloth offers sizes starting at triple extra small to 5X, from petite to plus. She then says that she wants every woman to feel beautiful in her line’s clothes.
Candace then says her love for fashion started when she was a little girl.
“I know the entertainment industry’s had a huge influence on [my fashion sense],” she says. “I mean, I loved being able to help pick out my clothes for DJ Tanner when I was 10 years old.”
Candace Cameron Bure Discusses Parenting Concerns During COVID-19 Pandemic
In an interview with Yahoo! Life earlier this year, Candace Cameron Bure discusses her parenting concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Full House alum states that while her children are considered adults now, she definitely thinks parenting never ends.
“My biggest parenting concern, because I have older children, [is that] they‘re at the pivotal stage in their life. Graduating high school [and] starting college,” Candace states, calling the stage’s events “big career moments and adjustments in their lives.”
Candace Cameron Bure also reveals what she has learned during the pandemic about herself as both a mother and wife. “I’ve always known that a parent is always their child’s biggest example, but all the more in this pandemic because we’ve all been together and we haven’t had those moments to take off for the weekend or go to the gym.”
“The parenting never ends whether they’re at home or they live on their own, whether they’re married or not,” Candace then says. She says she still asked for her parent’s advice because they are protective and supportive. “Sometimes you just need to hear old-school or old-fashion advice and just get back to the basics.”
Candace further explains that while she’s a patient person, she’s definitely not a stress-free person.
“It’s taken a lot of self-reflection to realize that your kids are always watching,” Candace says. Despite the pandemic, however, Candace notes that her marriage has become stronger. “It got really hairy after the first few months, like bad,” Cameron Bure adds.