May 30, 2010
you can now shop the celebrity favorite madewell via their online store. AHHH! www.madewell.com this romper was featured in US Weekly on Hilary Duff, Audrina from the Hills, and Jessica Simpson. i love how it's styped here...trend overloaded and i kind of like it! nautical. statement jewelry. and floral rompers.
May 29, 2010
love her dvf dress & the black contrast.
so much spunk. loving her purple nails and wedges.
love this girl's look. she reminds me of a less freespirited rumi. definitely on my new blog roll to follow. http://intriguemenow.blogspot.com/
how to here: http://www.lovemaegan.com/2010/04/prada-chandelier-necklace-diy.html
we've seen the prada chandelier everywhere. blogger maegan makes it the fashionista next doors reality. check our her how to (and other AMAZING DIY's) obsessed.
May 12, 2010
The sleepy images via www.weheartit.com never cease to amaze me. Fashion. Love. Beauty.Youth. such great inspiration. I adore. I just flip through, and when I see something I like copy and paste. VOILA.
May 10, 2010
Alexis Neiers was sentenced to 180 days in jail. I'm guilty of watching her E! show "Pretty Wild", and I'm glad she didn't get off the hook for being a cute girl with fame and fortune in her reach. Neiers was part of the Hollywood "Bling Ring" a group of Hollywood kids from the wrong side of the tracks that stole from celebrities like Orlando Bloom, Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, and Rachel Bilson (what I wouldn't give to go into her closet---LEGALLY). Shes ONLY 18 and there are countless photos of her in online tabloids drinking, nude, and smoking what appears to be oxy.
Gross. Maybe she will learn something...or get released early in typical LA style. Though I hope she is out to film season two, so entertaining!
Alexis is on the far left.
TMZ STORY HERE:
via stardust and sequins via the cobra snake
Photo change: due the personal preference. If you're my friend on Facebook you can view the crazy eye picture. Otherwise....this one personifies me and Ad...and I love this picture...
Hold onto each other for dear life, even in a room full of people or a crowded bar/restaurant. I would also like to point out that I can ONLY identify four of the seven people in this photograph. Crazy eyes is me, Adam (le boyfriend in my death grip) is sporting the J.Crew gingham, Derek has the death grip on his Miller Lite, and Jake is sporting the tie. The other three girls in our hotel room=strangers or guests of guests.
P.S. the Dress is from H&M, tights Wolford, and belt J.Crew, watch Michael Kors, crazy eyes courtesy of champagne.
I'm a social media and marketing vigilante on the search for my right fit. I'm packing passion with a punch to do big things, do these big things well, and do them beyond my means. We have to fight for the feeling to step outside of the box, and take a look around without holding our breath. It's time for change, for the good, for karma to kick in and grant me what I deserve - a chance. I crave success, but find it hard to be 23 in a world, where there is little success for my age bracket. Where recent graduates and young adults are left with the biggest distaste for their jobs (and rightfully so because we are being put against people twice are age, with three times as much experience). It's not fair, but it is life. It is worth living, and it is worth kicking some @$$ and taking names to make a name for myself.
So, as I assemble hundreds of boxes in my little cubicle (no, that was not in the job description) and I watch my manicure chip (yes, my OPI "You Don't Know Jacques" looks craptastic now) I try to do it with a smile (it's a tiny smile but it's still there). I wake up every morning feeling the same old sob story for myself: I hate my job. But, mom and dad know best, and money is money, a paycheck is a paycheck, and my life could be a lot worse. I have love, health, happiness, and a stable job. BUT: If I could change ONE thing it wouldn't be to be a size 2 (I'll settle for a size 4/6 at 5'9"), it wouldn't be to have perfect skin (I'm a-okay with a zit - time balm concealer is a Godsend), it wouldn't be to have more money (though numerous balenciagas and loubs would be nice), I wouldn't want to be famous (yes, Lindsay Lohan used to be my idol), IT WOULD BE TO HAVE A JOB THAT I LOVE. AM IN LOVE WITH. LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE. I know they exist so give me a @#$%^&* change! I know you can hear me!
May 9, 2010
May 4, 2010
loving.all of these looks from http://www.shopnastygal.com/ . the thing is, i probably have most of these pieces - very similar ones - in my closet. the wonderful thing about nasty gal is that their styling is impeccable. the hair. make up. poses. faces. accessories. it's all spot on and can give you a new outlook on the pieces you might have. boyfriend's oversize rugby shirt - throw on a rhinestone necklace - flats- and old cutoffs and you too can be a chic lady about town. white t-shirt lying around - stretch out the neck make it off the shoulder put on a cute skirt - ballerina bun - over sized watch and you're ready to disco. i love this website. i love their price point aesthetic and outlook. its carefree. fun. and young.
check it out! and check out their blog: http://www.shopnastygal.com/ real girls with real bad ass style. xx.
this shirt is $44 on shopnastygal.com - very similar one at h&m for $5 but this one has more detail/shape.
What it is:A kit packed with Smashbox's latest beauty innovations—straight from the lab!
What it does:
Master's Class- Beauty Breakthroughs packs all of Smashbox's latest beauty innovations into one kit. Try the Waterproof Eye Shadow Palette, a revolutionary breakthrough in powder shadow, and keep brows in place with the Brow Wax Pencil. The Lash Detailer Mascara contains a pioneering bent-shaped brush for precise and detailed application, and the Poured Photo Op is a poured version of the best-selling Under Eye Brightener. The creamy Cheek Stain offers gorgeous color with staying power and the O-Gloss Shimmer is an intuitive formula that goes on clear and then reacts with your personal skin chemistry to instantly transform into your own custom shade of shimmering pink. This kit is sure to get the creative juices flowing for beauty beginners, buffs, and everyone in between.
This set contains:
- Waterproof Eye Shadow Palette
- Brow Wax Pencil
- Lash Detailer Mascara
- Poured Photo Op
- Cheek Stain
- O-Gloss Shimmer
Then you need NARS blush in Desert Rose for that sun burned effect I lust for.
Benefit To Go Beauty Bestsellers ($30 Value)
What it is:
A Sephora-exclusive set of Benefit beauty bestsellers in to-go sizes.
What it does:
You're on-the-go gorgeous! This perfectly portable set of mini Benefit faves has everything you need for a gorgeous, glowing complexion anytime, anywhere—at a value you've gotta see to believe!
This set contains:
- 0.08 oz Posietint: A poppy-pink tinted lip & cheek stain
- 0.06 oz Some Kind-A Gorgeous: The foundation faker
- 0.25 oz That Gal: A brightening face primer
- 0.09 oz High Beam: A luminescent complexion enhancer
What it is:
A handy anti-wrinkle cream concealer.
What it does:
This portable pot of smooth, blendable cream concealer easily banishes under-eye circles and imperfections. Use TimeBalm not only for great coverage but also to treat dark spots and fine lines. They're great for daytime, nighttime, or even bedtime, so you wake up looking fabulously fresh.
What else you need to know:
TimeBalm includes a convenient sponge that fits snugly into the pot for go-anywhere touch-ups, or dot on with fingertips for easy application.
Size: 0.25 oz
I also use:
-Physicians Formula Bronzer
-MAC creme blush in Lady Blush
-Chanel navy blue eyeliner
-Revlon Waterproof Black Eyeliner
Seriously.Definition of pulling out all the stop. I love the long, flowing, Grecian, tan skin, brilliant baubles. I love it all. Camillia, Sienna, and SJP are definitely my favorite. The theme of the 2010 Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala Benefit was "American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity." And was hosted by Gap, Oprah, and Vogue editrix Anna Wintour. I loved seeing the high fashion designs of prominent designers for Gap, althought Jessica Alba's Sophie Theallat frock for Gap freaked me out - or maybe it was her hair.
Photos: via style.com
i dont understand sweats and sequins. i want to. but i dont. the average woman would look like a schmuck in this. this 5'10" 112 model can do it, but can you? please...dont.
thanks to refinery29.com for pulling together all the looks i hate. althougth, i would wear zoe's pants to work. they are alexander wang for the GAP.
I'm gonna need these shoes. via Katrina @ nonsociety.com Jessica Simpson "Dani" platforms.