Herve Leger dress, BCBGirls stillettos, Forever21 jewelry & clutch
Happy New Year, everyone!
Picture Key – Top left: O-Glow (Picture from Sephora.com), Top right: Before trying it, Bottom left: Excited!, Bottom right: Glowing
I wonder how it does it!
While in Burlington, I picked up a few American Apparel necessities...
Images from American Apparel
Happy Columbus Day weekend!
-Laila Rowe aviators
-Gap blue & white striped shirt
-Kohls' necklace & belt
-Cheap Monday skinnies
-Chocolate Uggs ; (It might've been too early in the season to break these out, but I was just dying for a chance to warm my feet with them!)
At the mall today I picked up some goodies including Chanel mascara, a rust-colored (or "curry"-colored, according to my mother) knit tunic, and a knit floppy hat from H&M. I was a bit disappointed with my mascara results, especially after my mom told me my eyelashes didn't look much different than when I use my cheapy Maybelline mascara. Oh well.
Photo credit: F21
Another positive? No school tomorrow! Thank you, Rosh Hashana. It will be spent sleeping in, relaxing, and working on my portfolio.
Have a good night everyone, and to everyone who may be Jewish, have a good holiday!
P.S. Check out the previous post; I've finally been able to post that picture!
Blue, green, and purple plaid H&M jumper
Navy 3/4 sleeve Gap zippy
(barely visible) gray-stripped tee
Purple American Apparel leggings
Gray, bow-tipped flats
Does anyone else do something similar to this? Use a common place they go as their advantage to dress up in new ways? It's fun! If you haven't tried it, thing about your outfit a little more before going to: the grocery store, out shopping, the library, a park, a bookstore...anywhere, really!
I visited the Fashion Institute of Technology with my dad for one of its information sessions. After experiencing a casual, "how about YOU ask me questions and I'll answer them"-type session at Parsons, I wasn't expecting much. Instead, what we got was the most informative, well-rounded 2 hours of information I have heard from any college I've visited. More importantly: now I know this is where I want to go. Everything about FIT is perfect, it's almost surreal. And it's right in the middle of the Fashion District!
Today was spent spending more money than I should have, on items that really weren't necessary. I bought a cute little Moleskin notebook to tote around in my purse to replace all of my scrap pieces with numbers and times jotted down, as well as the latest issue of Preen (even though I still have to flip through the ginormous September Vogue; is it bad that I've been saving it for the right time, almost as if it's a special treat?)
I hope everyone has had a very stylish weekend so far!