Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Monday, June 28, 2010
Saturday, June 26, 2010
Here are a few fabulous photos from Style.Com that I'm going to look to for inspiration while getting dressed this fall.
(All Photos from http://www.loveheadmistress.com/)
Friday, June 25, 2010
Yes, I know the 1st day of summer was last week. But I like to shop in advance... the fall/winter seasons seem to last much longer then spring/summer. Which means my cold weather wardrobe needs much more planning and preparation. Here are just a few things I’m stocking up on early. I’ll post more in a few days:
Knee Socks from Purple Label: I’m going to pair them with skirts, shorts and dresses.
Dara Ettinger Vienna Starburst Ring
Dara Ettinger Heather Disco Ball Ring
Dara Ettinger Kylie Ring
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Monday, June 21, 2010
Ruby Moon Vineyard & Winery is located just South of Henderson, Ky surrounded by the gently rolling farm land of the Audubon Region. Their wines are hand crafted in small batches by their own estate grown grapes from the three acre vineyard and other locally grown fruits.
I’m currently trying to come up with a reason to host a party there!
Sunday, June 20, 2010
Fashion loves a blank canvas and you can’t get much better than white. Set your LBD aside; because right now it’s all about the LWD. The Littel White Dress! White is this season’s hottest… yet coolest color.
Alice + Olivia Sheila Cutout Dress
Saturday, June 19, 2010
Thursday, June 17, 2010
With a $1500 price tag I should start saving now.
Even though I have 4 leather jackets; I think I need this only and a few others that I’ve seen browsing fall 2010 Collections. If anyone knows the brand of this jacket, Please let me Know!
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
According to Refinery29.com The Mary Jane Renaissance is upon us! The once tweed shoe worn with pant-suits and pleated skirts is made a serious comeback. Sleek and full of swank, Mary Janes are much more sophisticated this time around, and designers like Marc Jacobs showed just how much fun a sensible shoe could be. Whether high, low, with a chunky heel or propped on a stiletto, Mary Janes offer a dose of chicness without sacrificing too much comfort. We love the idea of wearing them with thin socks and a dress, or paired with cropped pants and a casual T-shirt.
This trend always reminds me of my favorite childhood movie Clueless.
Sunday, June 13, 2010
The hot and humid summer days are upon us. And I find myself wearing light airy fabrics rather then the usual head to toe black. While out in the heat you definatly want to be comfortable but remember you don’t have to sacrfice style for comfort! Today I spent the entire day relaxing with my boyfriend Duran. My perfect lazy Sunday outfit: Sheer Tunic, Distressed Denim Shorts and Gladiators
(Picture from chickdowntown.com)
Friday, June 11, 2010
(Picture Balmain circa 1950)
The Golden Age of Couture: Paris and London 1947–1957 is an exhibition that transports visitors to the most glamorous fashion houses of Paris and London in the years after WWII. This exhibition was organized by the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) in London, which possesses one of the finest costume collections in the world. Following record breaking attendance at its launch in London and its subsequent presentations in Australia, Hong Kong and Canada, The Golden Age of Couture continues its international tour at the Frist Center, the exhibition’s only venue in the United States, before traveling to Museums Sheffield in 2011.
The exhibition celebrates an important decade in fashion history that began with the launch of Christian Dior’s famous New Look in 1947 and ended with his death in 1957. The romantic postwar silhouette pioneered by Dior scandalized and delighted the public, and ushered in a period of remarkable creativity. Dior himself called it a “golden age” for haute couture. He and his contemporaries set a standard for impeccable workmanship and design that has rarely been surpassed since.
In addition to Dior, the exhibition highlights the work of such luminary Paris designers as Cristóbal Balenciaga, Hubert de Givenchy, and Pierre Balmain and celebrated London designers including Hardy Amies, Charles Creed, and Norman Hartnell. Included are examples of daywear, cocktail dresses, and evening gowns designed for royalty and aristocracy. Photographs by Cecil Beaton, Richard Avedon, and Irving Penn show how images in fashion magazines enhanced the prestige of couture, while also making its innovative ideas widely known and accessible in America as well as Europe.
For More on this exhibition visit: fristcenter.org
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Here are a few of my Favorite shopping sites: