Trust me, I am in no rush for fall. I love warm summer days wearing little more than a sundress and a pair of sandals, but it;s impossible to ignore the sultry suede shoes popping up in magazines touting fall trend. So many of our favorite must haves from spring,like lace-up heels, laser cut details, and mules are here to stay. Check out 12 pairs of suede shoes that I can’t afford but are taking over my Pinterest shoe board.
It’s Shark Week, yippee! That’s right, if I could find a shark tank and dive in, I would. In fact, on my last trip to Denver, I was devastated to find out all the shark diving experiences had been booked. Have you ever seen a zebra shark? I just want to give him a hug! In honor of Shark Week, here are seven stylish items to take a bite out of…
Cream pie is one of those things I don’t enjoy often enough. Light, creamy and fluffy, I can eat an entire one by myself. Try whipping up one of these cream pies and grab a fork for an indulgent night.
TRIBE, a social business that works with women in Uganda to help them sell their wares, is teaming up with L.A. jewelry brand TOMTOM to sell limited edition necklaces. Each piece combines the signature hand-rolled paper beads of TRIBE craftswomn together with tiny geometric brass beads that reflect the architectural aesthetic of TOMTOM Jewelry. The results are two beautiful statement necklaces that embody and empower the TRIBEGURL artisans of Uganda and their families. These limited edition necklaces are available for $70 on TOMTOM.
Reese Witherspoon is one of those women who just knows how to put an outfit together. From jeans and a T-shirt, to a floral little number like this, Reese’s ability to accessorize her petite frame is always on point. I love how she plays off the understated neon details in this floral pattern by adding a refreshing pop of aqua and red. Here’s how to steal her style. Keep reading »
Nylon stockings have an impressive history in the United States, dating back to 1939. Making a debut at the New York World’s Fair, affordable, durable, and sheer nylon stockings quickly gained popularity in the early 1940s before being rationed during WWII. Post-war “nylon riots” ensued when droves of stocking-deprived women descended upon the product’s return to shelves. Keep reading »