Saturday, November 28, 2009
Today I actually went to the mall (eww) to get my Dec/January 2010 issue of NYLON, since the bookstore is basically the only place where they sell it. It felt weird to be at the mall the day after Black Friday because, well you know, everyone did some dangerous shopping yesterday. I, for sure, never have or will go shopping on BF. Come on, like what can I possibly find? The funny thing is that last night, I finally found out why they named Black Friday, Black Friday. Well in the economic world [or whatvever], the businesses or stores that are on the urge of closing down are red and the stores or businesses that are pretty well off are black. And since the economy is down, they are trying to urge people to shop more so that they can SHOP SHOP SHOP and turn these stores to "black". Wow, I never knew that or would've thought that. Aha, I hope I'm not the only one who didn't know this.
VOGUE DECEMBER 2003 ISSUE
*Note: I do NOT own the rights to the Vogue photographs. They are borrowed pictures. I do not take any credit in scanning them or anything else :)
Monday, November 23, 2009
HAT; VINTAGE, SHOES; H&M
So STYLE.COM has just recently posted an article called " Will You Borrow From The Boys". And by the photos of course, they are saying how the classic white button-down shirt has a been an iconic staple for a few decades now.....and most of the time, it is borrowed from a male counterpart. This clean and simple style has played so well in the "tomboy" look that designers decided to bring it back out in their own creative way (welll duhhhhh). Hmm, well these above are my favorite of what I've seen. Enjoy.
2.) Yves Saint Laurent
5.) Anne Valerie Hash
Images courtesy of style.com
Saturday, November 14, 2009
As you know (hopefully), that The Sarotorialist is simply amazing at capturing and finding unique and stylish people wherever he travels. New York, Milano, London. Wherever he goes he always like to share the amazing people that he spots.
*I do NOT take any credit in these photographs and they are all from The Sarotorialist. This is simply to give him credit on the amazing work he has done.*
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
These shoes I have absolutely no idea where they came from. My mother and I were going through piles and piles of clothes that we would take to the thrift store and iI stumbled upon these interesting shoes. They're extremely chunky and comfy...but I have yet to find anything I can wear them with. Any suggestions??
Being that I am an accesorries fanatic, I went on one of my new fave websites, Shopnastygal.com and everything on there is amazing. But one of my fave sections is he accesorries section. They're stuff is so creative and crafty.
The feathered headband is a type of headband that I have yet to see. It would be a really great statement piece or worn with something that doesnt draw the attention from it.
Now I know it's a little cliche but this bow is wayyyy too adorable. What makes it different from other bows is that it's does not have that usual triangular bow shape, but a more round and ruffly shape.
Sunday, November 8, 2009
It was love at first sight when I first saw these pants. Actually they were on the sale rack at H&M and I couldn't resist. There were none in my size left but only size 6,8,and 10..so I opted for the 6 of course and I ended up liking the fit. They're super comfy and spacious (no brainer).
BLAZER; H&M, PANTS; H&M, TIGERTOOTH NECKLACE; H&M, BLUE FLATS; GAP, HEADBAND; VINTAGE
Lately I've been seeing a lot of stylish and it makes me daydream.....too much. But I love how they have an old, classic look but they also look modern. And I am in love with her hair! Since I have decided to stop cutting my hair and grow it out, this will be one of my new styles, or at least I'll try it.