I was kind of worried about this color. I thought it was a dark green, but it turns out it’s a lot lighter than I thought if would be. It probably has to do with it’s shimmer and light glitter base. Actually, it reminds me of a parrot. LOL. Maybe it’s the whole island theme. Oh, and I made sure to coat my nails with China Glaze’s No Chip Top Coat. It does wonders.
The color really is growing on me. It’s such a fun way to add some color into my life, which I always need. OK, now I’m thinking it’s a sour apple kind of color? What do you think?
Disclosure: The nail polish was gifted by China Glaze. The above is my true and honest opinion.
I’m in the mood for color, as you can tell. First coral, now this lime green “Intense Sandal” by Two Lips. A statement shoe like this could really brighten up any outfit. Especially, an all white ensemble. I have decided I really need these in my closet. What do you think? Read more
If there’s one color that compliments any skin tone, I’d have to say it’s coral. This mix between pink and orange is definitely a year-round color. ASOS knows that it is too. This is one of my favorite colors to wear. Just look at all the pieces below. I will admit, I want them all. When don’t I? Fashion is so addicting! LOL
According to my Full Figured Fashion Week countdown, there are only 28 days left to nothing but fabulousness in New York City. Eeek! I can’t wait! Yes, that was an “eek” from me. I say stuff like that when I am extremely excited about fashion.
Zelner is the founder of Queen Grace and is also a full-figured stylist. According to her bio, she “believes that inspired, graceful, and elegant clothing should no longer be elusive to full-figured women.” Amen to that!
Here are a few of the Queen Grace (left) designs for the debut of her Fall 2011 collection. “Every piece in the collection exemplifies the freedom, confidence, strength and beauty of a contemporary woman.”
Make sure you hurry and buy your tickets before they sell out, because you don’t want to miss out on Queen Grace debuting at FFFWeek! Be one of the first to see this collection and all the other designers looks gracing the runway.
When you hear the name crocs™, you probably think of the the clogs that have swept the nation. But, these are not your ordinary crocs™.
You by crocs™ was created by designer Samantha Bryan . She wanted to combine the comfort of crocs™ and add fashionable styles into one shoe. And she’s definitely done it. Thank goodness!
I own a pair of the Mimilita wedges and I can’t even express how amazingly comfortable they are. I swear on all things fashion, that when I put them on, I felt like I was walking on cushions.
Who wouldn’t want a shoe that is not only chic, but functional and comfortable? I know you do! That’s why You by crocs™ is giving away one lucky reader a pair of their sandals!
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Rules: only one entry per person, unless using the 3 additional entries (4 entries total). US residents only. You must be 18 years old or older to enter. Winner will be chosen using Random.org. Ends 5/21/11.
Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by You by crocs™. The above is my true and honest opinion.
I’ve been going to yard sales (a.k.a rummage sales and garage sales) since I was little kid and I’ve even hosted a few. And now that summer is almost here, there are going to be tons of them and I can’t wait. This morning I attended one held by Stylist Reah Norman. Now, if you’re going to attend a yard sale, you definitely want to go to one held by a stylist. Reah is a close friend of mine, so I made sure to go and support her. Oh…I also wanted to do some shopping. I walked out with three tops, a dress, a scarf, a bracelet, and a pair of shoes for $35! I was definitely a happy shopper.
After I left, I started thinking how awesome yard sales are. If you call yourself a bargainista and you’ve never been to one…well…let’s just say you’re not really a full fledged bargainista. LOL. Here are my reasons why you should love yard sales.
- Low Low Prices-The whole idea of going to yard sales is to buy items at low prices. These are things the person hosting it doesn’t want anymore, so you might even have a chance to negotiate on prices as well.
- You’re Going Green-When you buy an item, you’re saving it from going into the landfill. Therefore you’re reusing it and that makes the planet happy.
- Vintage Finds-You never know what you’ll come across at yard sales, especially if it’s an estate sale. People have found unique and valuable items just by rummaging through boxes people pull out of their garages.
- No Pressure-It’s all about leisurely shopping, just walking around and taking your time. And no one will make you feel bad if you leave without buying anything.
- Happiness-You’re giving an article of clothing a second chance to make you look fashionable. And in the end, that leads to happy clothes and a happier you.
I’m going to make this beauty review short and sweet. I am in love with the Gillette Venus Spa Breeze razor. Seriously, I’ve been shaving my legs since I was a pre-teen and I have never had such a close shave. It’s pretty awesome for someone like me with coarse hair. Is that T.M.I.? Well, whatever it’s true.
Do you know what else I love about the Spa Breeze? It’s the fact that you will never need shaving gel again. Because, there’s a shave gel bar affixed to the top of the razor. And it really does smell good with it’s white tea scent.
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.