Thursday, September 23, 2010

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Faux Fall Find

I often buy lots of basics (tanks and leggings) at New York and Company; while shopping there last Friday I discovered a fabulous faux fur cow neck scarf. Great Quality at a Great Price $36.95

(Photo from New York & Company Website)

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Leopard Love

Whether you purchase shoes, a top, a bag, a coat or a belt; This season leopard print is a
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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Fall Inspiration: Girls in Paris

I recently discovered these amazing photos on Great fall inspiration in the city that I adore. How could I not repost these? There is also a video interview with the girls on the website.

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Sunday, September 12, 2010

5 Fall Trends All in 1

Fall Inspiration

This photo features several of Fall 2010’s Must-Have Pieces. Usually I try not to mix so many trends in one outfit but this works perfectly! The pieces used to create this look are great investments for fall/winter 2010. Worn together or separately! Leather, Chunky Knits, Cape style Coat, To-the-knee Boots, Belt Worn over Coat.
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Saturday, September 11, 2010

My Favorite Photo of the Week

Evan Rachel Wood and Marilyn Manson

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Leather Shorts Love

I am completely addicted to leather shorts. After paring them with everything last year I figured I need to purchase several new pair to rock this fall.

(Image from Fashion Inspirations)

Friday, September 10, 2010

Khaki Nails It for Fall 2010

The Must-Have Fall 2010 Polish Shades by Chanel are 3 khaki hues. Chanel Le Vernis Nail Colors are Khaki Rose, Khaki Brun and Khaki Vert. $25 per bottle.

If paying $25 for a bottle of polish seems a bit extreme check out Orly’s Country Club Khaki. It’s very similar and a little more cost efficient. $7 per bottle

(Images from Google)

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Knotty Knotty

Don’t Buckle your Belt. Tie a Knot in It

One of my favorite trends this season is defiantly the knotted belt. I’ve been seeing it on everyone from bloggers, celebrities even fashion editors. My favorite is the small/ thin braided belts that I’ve been purchasing in the Men’s section. Buying them extra long has given me a couple inches extra to play with. The belt doesn’t have limited to being knotted in one play each time it is worn. Cheap & Chic Tip: Purchase Braided belts at thrift stores! I purchased 5 today at the local Goodwill of a $1 each.

How To: Simply wrap a thin belt—preferably one you already own—around your waist and tie a knot out of the excess flap. The look will add a funky new, er, twist to your dresses and shorts now, and to your sweaters in the fall.

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