How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
It would seem that you ladies are so NOT feeling the sporty trend. I can dig it. It is good to know your audience and I am happy to find that most of you are vintage souls. This will make it that much easier for me to create looks and posts for you.
The popularity of retro TV shows like Mad Men, Boardwalk Empire, Vegas, and the buzz surrounding the summer release of the much anticipated The Great Gatsby, the retro look continues to increase in popularity as more women are sporting the hot fashions and hairstyles from a bygone era.
As we all know, Scandal is one of my many addictions as far as TV is concerned, but what you may not know is that Mad Men is my other obsession. The style, the artistic filming, that sexy beautiful asshole Mr. Draper… need I say more?
Boyfriend jeans has been an ongoing trend for about two years now. They are a throwback to fabulous 50s and they are just as great now as there were then. They are very slouchy, but versatile. Women of all ages can wear them. So, I have put together three ways that you can wear them. Dress them up or down. However you choose to wear them, you won’t go wrong.
I went on a great first date last week. It was great except that I wore an outfit that showed too much cleavage. It didn’t seem like too much when I left the house, but by the time I got to our meeting place, my top had migrated downwards and my bosom was bulging to the delight of my date.
Lilly Pulitzer, wife of Peter Pulitzer grandson of the famous publisher Joseph Pulitzer of the Pulitzer Prize fame, was the fashion designer best known for Hobo Prep Chic style. I could give you the Cliff’s Notes of her life but I feel that it is unimportant. What is more important is her impact on the fashion world and on women during that time.
Ms. Abdullah is a single mother from the Bronx who prior to her shot at modeling stardom was working three jobs to care for her family. She is a very lovely young African American woman.
However, her comment was simply unacceptable and if she has a brain in her head, she will apologize for it. And I don’t mean because a cellphone might go flying at her head from some random direction at any minute.
Spring is here and it is the perfect time for those lovely weekend getaways before it gets too balmy out. Maybe you will take a drive down the coast if you live near one. Or a weekend in the country. Whatever your idea of a getaway is, here are a few pieces I “threw” together to inspire your daydreams.
We all have unique fashion styles, preferences, and shopping habits. This post is for women who want easy and inexpensive ways to makeover their clothing items or outfits so that they are more feminine or interesting. Some will buy a plain t-shirt and wear it as is. Others won’t even buy that t-shirt or they [...]
The ladylike girlie, feminine trend continues this year. I don’t know about you, but I am sucker for 20′s, 40′s, 50′s and 60′s inspired fashion. Those women knew how to dress and kick ass while doing. I would watch Mad Men and Pan Am just for the fashion alone.
In the March edition of Numéro, a prominent international fashion magazine, white 16-year-old model, Ondria Hardin, poses in full-on, full-bodied bronzed hue. The editorial spread was called, of all things, “African Queen.” Now, I have heard of fashion icons and imagery being a bit “avant-garde” but my goodness this is some mess.
Every season there is always a staple piece to have in your closet to wear with just about any and everything. This SS2013 is no different. The biggest color trend is white hot and this white blazer is perfect for 2013. You can buy it at H&M for $49.95. This is an inexpensive way to stay on trend.
Clement Ribeiro S/S 2013 London Fashion Week Winter still has us in her grip in the Northern Hemisphere and it would seems that tempest will not pass soon. However, she will in about six weeks. But until then we can celebrate the ‘barren’ season with the customary warm clothing of knitted sweaters, long skirts, and [...]