I want to imitate everything about this Sheila from Sydney. I am obviously a big fan of the Missoni dress and big shades, but also the gorgeous sky and background. Even elements in the foreground make it interesting, like the detailing of the fence.
Photo via the Sartorialist.
Sorry for posting a picture of Paris Hilton, but whether we want to admit it or not she is a style icon—for good or for bad is not always certain.
But, for once I actually like one of her outfits. The dress has an interesting shape and I like her short bob and accessories. I mean she actually looks classy.
But, this is always fun to read.
There are an endless number of photos of Michelle Obama in the news and online. A newly found source is New York Magazine’s Michelle Obama lookbook. It contains photos of what she wears almost every day. I just found a new way to procrastinate at work. But, it makes me think, is this too much? Or are we just feeling the effects of the digital age applied to a truly beloved first lady? What do you think?
You may or may not know that I have a retail obsession for J.Crew, despite the fact that I can’t afford their regularly priced items. When I wear their clothes I feel effortlessly stylish without a ton of thrill and nothing too unexpected, just classic.
So, the new arrivals are in, and I love the make up and hair styling of the models for this. I love that little attention was paid to the model’s eyes, and she is wearing bright lipstick. She almost looks like an older Barbie Doll with just the really dark mascara and big red lips.
I have seen this in one of the consumer beauty/fashion mags as a trend for spring. I might have to try it out.
The biography of former Cosmopolitan editor and self-made woman, who made her way to the top by embracing her womanhood instead of letting it stand in her way and of course all of the juicy hook-up stories. She is called by the New York Times, the original Carrie Bradshaw. This may be my next book purchase.