So I went straight to jewelry designers Danielle Snyder (half of the sister duo behind Dannijo) and Lisa Salzer of Lulu Frost to get the full download on how to achieve an appropriately carefree jumble. Snyder suggests a friendship bracelet or a skinny metal cuff, while Salzer prefers a rose and yellow gold gate link bracelet monogrammed with her initials.
"Hair is a terrible thing to waste" by Cyn in image1.
Putting our best face forward helps with good products and a positive heart. In image 2, which is is quite popular, it’s Interesting to see the different images of ‘beauty’ proposed by different brands. How important to be true to ourselves and love ourselves as we are!
Loving the Dove Principle.
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quote of the day
"I don’t know about you, but every time some joker points me out as I walk through an airport wearing extra-small Dolfin shorts, a tank top and leg warmers, I get a little upset." - Richard Simmons
well said ladies (and a few brave men). happy weekend all~
xo - C
home made embellished Jeans
"this look can be upgraded with some heels and wide belt to fit those great wide belt loops she’s rocking …
just a necessary fYI here” ~~
breathe new life into old jean shorts with trims that add a little pretty and a little rock-n-roll!
plaid is so versatile..this week i am promising you that i will find a way to wear it with a lace skirt - how unexpectedly cute would that look be.
plus with my new short ‘do’ - getting hyped for spring and summer
to quote einstein:
"once you can accept the universe as being something expanding into an infinite nothing which is something, wearing stripes with plaid is easy.”
who knew albert had such a plaid laden sense of style
PS: i love the collage on top because lauren conrad is in it - if you can squint and locate her… love me some lauren~
happy fri fri everyone! this has nothing to do with fashion, i found this irresistible jedi-ninja cat.
and the ‘purrfect’ quote to match.
"women and cats will do as they please…and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea." - rob heinlein