O! Sheer florals. Vintage inspired bags. And, what is that bow? It’s a ring! In Tiffany blue so you can sit around and think about getting fancy little gifts from Tiffany and Co. Today’s Inspiration: Shirt, Bag, Ring.
You know I’m obsessed with vintage hats, and here is another fabulous hat illustration I came across on Modcloth’s Blog.
Belted floral frocks and colored shoes. I can smell spring, even if there’s fresh snow on the ground. Today’s Inspiration: Dress, Belt, Shoes, Bracelet, Lipstick.
This isn’t fair. I want to be standing on an exotic beach feeding an elephant in a bright yellow mini skirt, too! Today’s Inspiration: Skirt, Tank Top, Sweater, Necklace, Shoes, Image.
I have to give a shout out to all the fabulous ladies over at Beauty Bets for introducing me to Salon Effects Nail Polish Strips. I’ve been playing with them all weekend and love the way they look! The strips are designed to cover your entire nail, but with a $9.99 price tag for 16 of them, its could get a bit expensive. I loved the idea shared by Meghan at Beauty Bets, where she did a fabulous little red manicure with one monochrome nail. I took that idea a step further and cut up one strip to do a French manicure.
The look above was done with Sally Hansen nail polish in Lacey Lilac, and Salon Effect strips in Cut It Out. Below is my first attempt with the strips,I painted my nails with Sinful Colors Professional Matte Polish in Dream On and then used the Salon Effects strips in Collide-o Scope. I feel like I should also give credit to Omega Fish Oils, without whom my nails would still be short and brittle.
Doesn’t model Jeisa Chiminazzo just make you want to spend your Sunday lounging about in lace? She posed in a wardrobe consisting entirely of white lace for the March edition of Marie Claire. Photographed By: Tesh, Styled By: Laura Ferrera.
I’m a huge fan of Bewitched. I love the storyline, I love the nose wiggling, I love the fashion on the show. Sophisticated Housewife meets suburban witch? So fabulous. Today’s Inspiration brought to you by Vi Alford (who was the leading Costume Designer for Bewitched): Coat, shirt, skirt, shoes.