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Saturday, January 9, 2016

How to style Transitional trends

Transitional trends



Happy New Year! This outfit is all about current street style trends. It's never too early to start thinking about transitioning to spring, and what better way to do that than with florals. This bell sleeve dress gives a 90's feel when worn with Doc Martin boots. A dark lipstick like MAC rebel also gives an edgy balance to the florals as well.

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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Review: Bumble and Bumble Air Styler creme

air styler creme

Everyone knows that French women never blow dry their hair and neither do I, perhaps for different reasons though. I'm always worried about the heat damaging my hair as well as sheer laziness. Of course I would love for my hair to still have the body of a blow out. I was excited when I came across this Bumble and Bumble product that promises the same texture and body without blow drying. After using it for a month I think my hair did have more texture and lift and it didn't feel like there was any product in it which is very important to me. Price wise it's about the same range as other Bumble and bumble products meaning it's a step up from drug store brands.

Pros:
  • No heavy product feeling
  • Nice texture, very bouncy!
  • No heat!
Cons:
  • Not sure if it really made my hair shinier
  • Still requires a good deal of time twisting and scrunching hair, not necessarily a time saver

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Christmas Loop Giveaway!

Happy Holidays everyone!!! Seeing as it is the season for giving, I’m here to tell you about a fabulous giveaway! I have partnered with 14 other women to help you or someone you want to share these items have a GREAT holiday season!! We've got an amazing giveaway planned for you and do you want to know what the grand prize winner gets? The grand prize is comprised of:
an iPad Mini 2, a Burgundy ASOS Faux Fur Keychain, a Serotonin Necklace from Simpli Stamped, a Forever 21 21 Shade Eyeshadow Palette, a Forever 21 Scarf/Gloves Set, AND a Blue Trifold Wallet from Henri Bendel!!
Well that was quite a lot of stuff huh? Well now that you know what's in this fabulous giveaway, it's about time you learned how to win everything right?? Well there's only 1 real rule that you have to stick to!! I presume that you found out about this giveaway from our respective Instagrams and you came here to learn more!! This is a loop giveaway, which means that if you want to be eligible to win, you MUST follow every person in the loop to win!! So head to mine right now and find out who the next person in the loop is!! You'll know that you've completed the loop when you get back to my profile! There's only 15 of us so you get to follow 14 beautiful other people who blog and Instagram about a lot of other topics!! I've enjoyed following them myself, so I'm sure that you'll love them as well!!
Well now that you've gotten through the rules,  now you've got some extra chances!! There came to be SEVENTY ONE different options for you all to win, with 15 of them being the mandatory Instagram follows, which still leaves over fifty ways for you to get ahead of the curve and improve your chances of winning!! This season is all about giving, so give a little back to yourself and enter our giveaway!! We can't wait to announce our winner!! x
Happy holidays everyone!!

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Sunday, November 1, 2015

The 6 most famous pieces of jewelry

November is National Real Jewelry Month so I thought it would be good to kick it off with a post dedicated to some of the most famous pieces of jewelry.
engagement ring
The Duchess of Cambridge wearing her engagement ring
Princess Diana's engagement ring, given to her by Prince Charles is a large sapphire surrounded by diamonds. It was given to Kate Middleton (now the Duchess of Cambridge) when Prince William proposed.

leopard bracelet
Another famous bauble belonging to a British royal is this leopard bracelet that belonged to the Duchess of Windsor.
la peregrina
Everyone knows that Elizabeth Taylor was obsessed with jewelry. This pearl, ruby and diamond necklace contains a pear-shaped pearl that was discovered in the 16th century. Designed by Elizabeth Taylor with the help of Al Durante of Cartier, this piece was another gift from Richard Burton on January 23, 1969. But how did Taylor get her hands on a 16th century pearl? Originally found in the early 1500s in the Gulf of Panama, it became part of the crown jewels of Spain. From there it was given as wedding gift from Prince Philip II of Spain to Mary Tudor of England. It was then passed down to Spanish queens Margarita and Isabella. But it wasn't until 1969 that Burton famously purchased the pearl—for a relative steal at just $37,000—for Taylor. Christie's estimated the necklace's worth at $2 million to $3 million.


Empress Eugenie
The Louvre paid almost $11 million dollars for this piece! Empress Eugenie's bow brooch is a sensational antique diamond piece made in 1855. Originally intended to be a buckle for a diamond belt—you know, something simple—Eugenie wound up asking her jewelers to make it more elaborate and into a brooch!
tiffanys
Designed by Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co. the stars and moon necklace is gorgeous. The center diamond is an impressive 5.29 carats and has 586 diamonds set in platinum surrounding it. The total carat count for the necklace is 127.86. And you can purchase it for $2.8 million from Tiffany.


tiffany diamond

Found in South Africa in 1877, Tiffany & Co.'s iconic 128 carat yellow diamond is on permanent display in the company's Fifth Avenue store in NYC. But Audrey Hepburn briefly wore the staggering gem in publicity photos for Breakfast at Tiffany's.

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Ankle strap flats

ballet flats




These easy to wear shoes are my favorite thing ever since the strap really adds a little something to the boring ballet flat. Best to wear them while you still can before it get too cold!

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Halloween Costume: the Chanels

scream queens

Halloween is my favorite holiday and I am all about creating costumes from items you already have/will wear again in everyday life. This year I am also obsesses with the new horror/comedy Scream Queens, and the baddest sorority clique ever, The Chanels.

The group wears primarily pastels, making the look easy to achieve. Chanel Oberlin, the leader, is known for her big dark sunglasses. Another main point which is really fun is the outrageous furs the girls wear. Chanel #3 wears earmuffs while #5 routinely wears pearls. The outfits are always fashion forward with extremely girly details like florals and frills. Happy Halloween Scream Queens!

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