some photos for thought.
DYING to see this movie. watch trailer NOW.
I hope everyone had a delightful Thanksgiving. I know I ate way too much and didn’t do nearly enough homework. I spent my time in Modesto. Journeyed to San Francisco. Had a spectacular evening with Leighton and C.J. And bought typewriter-key ring at a craft fair. Reminded me of this. And this. Oh I almost forgot. How incredibly gawdy/amazing/kitschy/stupid/wonderful are...
Here are some of my favorite party dresses I’ve spotted: 1. Kimberly Ovitz Velvet is trending this season, but to prevent looking like you stepped out of 1992, the shape of this dress provides a modern cut. 2. Limited Edition Topshop Great Gatsby chic! I love the unexpected coral color. 3. Aqua at Bloomingdales I would love to wear this with a massive bun and red lips to complete the...
A Girl Can Dream
Last night the annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund dinner was held in NYC. Billy Reid, an Alabama based designer, was granted the dream of a $300,000 grant and a mentorship with a leading industry designer. I was surprised Prabal Gurung, who was a runner up, didn’t win the top award. Regardless, so many fabulous and fabulously dressed people were in attendance. While on the red carpet, Carey...
Meet Me In St. Louis is one of my all time favorite movies. Judy Garland is one of my favorite actresses and I practically grew up on this movie; I can remember watching it at my grandma’s house when I was 6 or 7. It’s the perfect movie when you want to watch a Christmas movie, but its a bit too early. The movie follows the Smith family throughout all four seasons, but I think I...
Didn’t even attempt to make the collage look polished. It’s 1 am and I’m watching Harry Potter…it is what it is. Lacy boudoir sleep shorts. Ladylike dress. Plaid + Sequined holiday-esque skirts. Cape. Backless dress. Embellished beanie. Lace up bootie wedges. Whimsical jewlery. Mocassin Booties. …to name a few.
I decided to make an effort to not reblog others, but of course soon after, The Sartorialist had to go and tempt me. [Sidenote: Considering I’m sitting in the library, where I’ve been for 3 hours, working on the Comparative Economics paper I’ve been working on for the last 3 days…nothing inspired will come of my brain for a while.] I found this entirely relevant to my...
Case in point:
After my last post, I received the December issue of Lucky. This Tiffany’s ad is EXACTLY what I was talking about:
Halloween was this past weekend, which means November is upon us. (If you’d like to see my Halloween costume, tiptoe over to my lovely friend Laura Jane’s blog!) November means Thanksgiving, cooler weather (unless you are unlucky enough to be in Los Angeles where tomorrow’s forecast is 93 degrees) and…CHRISTMAS MARKETING! Yes my friends, today marked the beginning of...