That’s how you say it au Francois (I think.) Anyway, a jumper is total French-girl-effortless and tres mod at the same time. Here I threw mine on with this girly shoulder ruffled blouse, but turtle necks, oxfords, and solo, are other recommended methods.
Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What
Man, sometimes I wish I called myself Pants Diet. I LOVE an ankle pant, and really really love a roomy crotch, hence, the easily embraceable culotte. With their breeziness, wide-legged culottes offer the comfort of a sundress with the mobility of pants, which is why I have these exact leather-looking zara dungarees on their way.
Come on and culotte with me, won’t you? Look at all you have to choose from:
This week has been one filled with amazing hair opportunities.
First, I cashed in on a drawing I won months ago: a big night out on the town with an old friend of mine, who’s now an expert hair stylists who owns one of the nicest salons here in Houston, Shyn Salon. The evening included a hair cut, style, makeup application, dinner, and drinks with my friend. I was really, really, excited – this was like an all around fun-time lottery. Here I had won the date of all dates. I made sure to cash this at an important occasion seeing as that I don’t have professional help grooming myself a lot, and scheduled our rendezvous before an event we were both attending for Flock; Houston zoo’s young supporters.
In a very distant pondering of ‘what if?’ (I didn’t buy the US tabloid with this ‘news’ on the cover) I’m asking of Bey IS divorcing Jay-z who I should be my new relationship role models be?
I have around three couples that I really admire, which probably means I need to be paying more attention to these things, but, with ignoring all bad things (gossip!) and admiring the good things, I’ve built a fantasy future based off of a lot from these two:
1) Careers. It’s not likely that I’ll wake up tomorrow with any talent at being a musician, but, cheeres to those two for pursing their craft and being billion-dollar-in-the-elevator good at it. Also, they get to do their craft together, which leads me to romance admiration #2..
2) Public professions of love. They get to display their love through R & B/rap lyrics, which has been a major life goal since I was a little girl belting out Boyz II Men (see ’90’s). Only way more romantic. I’ve planned my dream wedding soundtrack starting with Drunk In Love, a naughty romantic duet, to Halo, including Love On Top. Their breakup would corrupt this future playlist for me, and it’s really good.
3) Private Wedding. I’ve never planned my wedding, aside for what I just said about the playlist, but I think privacy is ideal.
I could probably make a dozen more bullet points for my list, but you get the point. I just want what Beyoncé and Jay-Z have, and they better still have it, like XO.
Image from it’s fashism
Image from a view from the shade
Yesterday was quite a day: first I realized that Zara’s website has been updated to shop f/w ’14 and then I had an epiphany that these little stiff band chokers were everywhere. I immediately multiplied my personal collection, and in so have saved some highlights to show you. These are really great with, and were maybe foreshadowed by, the tight crew neck. Also, great accompanied by cuffs, for a full S&M look.
Because I’ve always wanted to do what the boys were doing, or maybe because I found such inspiration in this Vouge article, I wanted to write some praise for the plain wedding band. Was it the first Sex in the City movie circa ’08 where Carrie sports a plain band and very gleefully self describes herself as “not like very other girl?”
Like boyfriend jeans, jackets, and watches, can’t we adopt this look from our male cohorts too?
I’m not in any way putting down the big bling engagement ring, or diamonds at all. I love diamonds. I love green diamonds, yellow diamonds, black diamonds, white diamonds etc, but I can think of PLENTY of other jewlery to put them in, I just don’t know anyone personally that’s done the no-bling-ring and think it’s tres chic to play tom-boy on this one.
Let’s talk texture, because it’s been a while, and it’s one if those things that once you realize you need it, you’ll really need it, because a texture can make a sweatshirt, a mandatory staple, a tee that thing you can’t live without, and a little back dress, the IT factor.
are you following me? If not, then just look above at that model in the ribbed tee above for proof and the examples below for even more proof.
I love you guys for putting up with me. Have you had an ok week? Cool, onto the ribbed things-