Tonight, I went out to dinner with my hubby, brother, and cousin. We headed out to Santa Monica Promenade, where I used to work, and after dinner we visited a shoe store. That’s where I fell in love with a pair of Jeffrey Campbell wedges. Of course, I’ve known about Jeffrey Campbell, but his styles never really caught my eye…until tonight. I went online and found a few pairs that I wouldn’t mind owning. I definitely need to start a Jeffrey Campbell fund.
The minute I saw City Chic’s Pretty Frilly Chiffon Dress I knew it was destined to be mine. This is what I wore on Mother’s Day. I was a little surprised when I got the dress, because it looks white on their web site, it’s actually an ivory color. It fit great and it was really comfortable. The ruffles on the chest are so cute! I did change the patent leather belt out. I wore this Betsey Johnson belt instead. This photo was taken at the end of the day. I didn’t realize how white my legs are, I need a tan. I hope I didn’t blind you. LOL.
Disclosure: the dress was courtesy of City Chic. The above is my true and honest opinion.
This may surprise you, but I used to hate wearing bright colors. OK, you might have heard me say that before. But, that’s my story and I’m sticking to it. I’m still on the fence about bright colors, but one of my shopping partners in crime is slowly getting me out of my “dark clothes comfort zone.” On a side note…I just went back and took a look at my old outfit post and I wore a lot of grey and black! Today, you are my witness as I vow to start wearing more color!! Yes, you heard it here first.
Thanks to WomanWithin.com for this Modern Fit Cardigan Sweater in pretty peach. I’ve had it in my closet for a few weeks; and because of L.A.’s recent cool weather I decided to wear it. The thing I love most about cardigans like this is that they never go out of style and can be worn so many ways. I know this is a very casual outfit, but I wanted to be comfy. So, I wore a basic Old Navy tank underneath, my City Chic jeans, Forever 21 jewelery, and these pewter gladiator sandals from Avenue. I know they look a little strange, but that’s what I love about them. I’m slowly coming out of my comfort zone, one bright color at a time.
|Image via Mia Amber Davis FB Fan Page|
I know I will never forget the first time I saw her in a Monif C. ad, she was stunning and definitely left an impression. She was recently awarded Full Figure Fashion Week’s Runway Model of the Year, a well deserved award.
My thoughts and prayers go out to all of her family, friends, and fans.
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Do you ever have those days where just don’t want to get out of bed and get dressed? That was me on Saturday. It’s been a little gloomy here in L.A., maybe that’s why.
Good thing I got my butt out of bed, I was invited to the P&G Orgullosa de mi Belleza (Proud of my Beauty) event at the Sunset Tower Hotel. It was such a great afternoon of pampering.
I got my hair and make up done with Pantene and CoverGirl products. Then I had a hand massage with Oil of Olay body lotion and a neck massage. I was in heaven.
I also had a chance to meet Celebrity Makeup Artist Rebecca Restrepo. She gave me some tips on how to create a cat eye, without struggling (LOL). We even walked out with a gift bag full of P&G goodies!
The outfit I wore was just thrown together at the last minute. The cardigan is from H&M, the navy top is from Macy’s, jeans are Levi’s Curve I.D. straight leg from HSN, my shoes are Kensie’s, my jewelery is from Lane Bryant, and the handbag is courtesy of Shoedazzle.com.
Disclaimer: Entry to the event was free along with the products. The above is my true and honest opinion.
China Glaze’s Island Escape collection has been nothing but bright and fun colors! I really do love the one I’m wearing right now, 108 Degrees. It’s a bright berry color with specks of glitter in it. I’m always so impressed with China Glaze, the colors always last so long This is the third color I’ve worn in this collection and I think this is my favorite so far. There are still three colors left to go. Wonder which one I’ll wear next.
The Spring Sandal Giveaway is well underway! If you didn’t win the first one with Torrid, don’t worry, you now have a chance to win the giveaway #2 with Lane Bryant!
As I browsing their web site, I immediately noticed that LaneBryant.com offers a large selection of sandals that will go with any of your favorite LB outfits. I honestly don’t know which one is my favorite. OK, I have an idea, but it involves more than one.
If you’re chosen as the winner of the Spring Sandal Giveaway #2, Lane Bryant will let you choose any pair of sandals you like! Annnnnnd you also will win a $25 Lane Bryant Gift Card!! That should help get you started on your spring outfit. Yay! Once again, I wish I could win!
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Excuse all the white and gold for a minute. I’m some kind of white and gold kick. I think it has to do with my search for a white dress to wear to Full Figured Fashion Week’s Curves at Sea event in NYC.
Normally, I love wearing white. But I am such a klutz and I always end up getting dirty. I’ve been like that since I was a kid! It never fails. (LOL) That’s why you won’t see me in white very often. But, this summer, I plan on wearing it. And when I do, it will mostly likely be in the form of the four styled outfits below.
I’ve already told you I’m obsessed with maxi dresses this season. And this one from City Chic is no exception. I wore this at the opening of the About Face exhibit and I never felt more sexy. Seriously, it’s a va-va-voom dress in the chest area. Meaning, it showed a lot of cleavage. LOL. The dress is no longer available on CityChicOnline.com. Sorry, but there are tons of other pretty dresses. I paired it with gold earrings, a black cascading cardigan, Nine West open-toed pumps, and my new fave Melie Bianco clutch. I wore the dress again on my birthday and I can’t wait to wear it again.
Disclosure: This dress is courtesy of City Chic. The above is my true and honest opinion.