Stella McCartney Paris Fall 2010
You’re going to have to excuse me today. I definitely have a case of the Mondays! I am soooooo pooped. It was a very fun-filled and exhausting weekend.
I spent a lot of time with family and even got some shopping done…as you can see in the pic. That’s a new dress I picked up, with my favorite leggings and boots. I wore that to a family function with my black cardigan. It was super comfy!! I’m not very daring when it comes to prints but, what the heck…why not? Lol.
I’m thinking about doing a video later and I’ll show you what I bought. I might even do a little jewelry giveaway! Yay!!
How was your weekend?
Did you get any shopping done?
You don’t have to love the 1960’s to appreciate tie-dye. It’s easy to wear, without looking like you’re headed to Woodstock.
Tie-Dye is already making a comeback. I guess we can’t enough of the psychedelic print! It’s definitely a fun print and can easily be found at your local thrift store, if you’re a bargain shopper like me. If you’re a daring and crafty fashionista, you might even attempt to create your own tie-dye fashion pieces! I’m calling dibs on #9!
My golden rule: Don’t let this bold print take over. Choose colors that would compliment your skin tone.
- Delias Blowfish Tie-Dye Skimmer
- Evans Tie-Dye 2-in-1 Cardigan
- Macy’s Tie Dye Cropped Leggings
- Nordstrom Rachel Pally White Label Long Caftan Dress
- Faith 21 Mineral Wash Spaghetti Strap Dress
- Faith 21 Tie Dye Knit Dress
- Macy’s Tie Dye Scoopneck
- Torrid Tie Dyed Footless Tights
- City Chic Maxi Border Bling
- City Chic Top Tie Dyed Print Knit
- Torrid Fergie Fuschia Tie-Dye Satin Disco Heel
- Yours Limited Collection Pink Tie Dye T-Shirt
I’m broke as a joke…so I will e-window shop…again. I was browsing the Torrid web site and I fell for these 4 pieces. Oh Torrid…why must you be a little too pricey for this blogger on a budget? It’s ok…I will survive. I’m hitting up the Goodwill tomorrow to see what I can find. That will hold me over until the weekend. My name is Monique and I’m a shopaholic!
It’s almost spring! I bet you can’t wait. I’ve been in an accessory frenzy…as you can tell. I am on the look out for wooden accessories to add to my spring wardrobe. I love to pair them with anything in an earth tone. I am drooling over all of these pieces.
If you couldn’t already tell, Tarina Tarantino is all about the color pink! I’ve met her and she’s really sweet! That’s the day I met Hello Kitty…that’s a whole other story! Lol.
Tarina is so bold and creative, it only makes sense she would start a product line with Sephora. Not only is she a make-up artist, but she creates and designs the most amazing accessories!
“Being different, being unique, being an individual and creating your own style is what TARINA TARANTINO is all about,” she says. “It should look good on you and look good while you are putting it on.”-Sephora.com
Take a peek at the Beauty Book below! Discover her sparkly world here.
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I love a good ring. You know…one that makes a statement with it’s sparkle.
These long shield rings have caught my attention. My only problem? The big hands I inherited from my dad! Most don’t fit me. But, that’s OK. For now, I’ll just have to look. Lol.