Sunday, January 29, 2012

Monday, January 23, 2012

Monday, January 16, 2012

2012 Golden Globes Awards: Mermaid Trend.

Looking through photos of last night's 69th Annual Golden Globes, there were some pretty well dressed stars that walked the red carpet. I couldn't help but notice the number of mermaid silhouette dresses. Sofia Vergara, Elle Macpherson, Reese Witherspoon, Julianne Moore, and Paula Patton all caught on to the sea to shore trend. I love this fresh take on an otherwise average gown, plus the shape seems very flattering. What do you think, love it or leave it to the sea?

Sofia Vergara in Vera Wang.
..oh, and $5 Million worth of Harry Winston diamonds.

Elle MacPherson in Zac Posen.
Jewelry by Lorraine Schwartz.

Reese Witherspoon in Zac Posen.

Julianne Moore in Chanel.
Jewelry by Fred Leighton.

Paula Patton in Monique Lhuiller.
Clutch by Judith Leiber.

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Thursday, January 12, 2012

Ready for Class.

New semester calls for a new bag, right?
Bloomingdale's 13" Laptop Commuter Case

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Thursday, January 5, 2012

Greener New Year

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It's a new year, filled with brand new goals. One top resolution for me is to be more conscious of our beautiful planet. We are blessed to live upon many natural resources. Unfortunately, our lifestyle and carelessness for recycling and taking care of our planet is destroying what we have.

We have the power to change the world, literally! Here are some easy steps to go GREEN:

1. RECYCLE: Turns out going green can be pretty fashionable! If you're like me, you have tons of clothes that have been sitting in your closet that you need to get rid of asap. The solution is simple; recycle them by donating them to The Salvation Army or your local thrift store. Freeing up space and eliminating what you don't need is beneficial to both you and those in need.

Recycling doesn't just stop at clothes: separate your recyclables into Aluminum, Plastic, and Glass. These are all sustainable materials that can be reused again. How easy is it to just take a few more minutes to make sure your recyclables are going to the right place? If we all do it, we can achieve a great difference.

2. DIY:  You heard it before, do-it-yourself. There might be some items that you would like to keep, but you can't wear anymore. I once made decorative pillows out of old tote bags!

Another DIY task, change all the light bulbs in your home to energy efficient ones. These bulbs are usually use 75% less energy than standard light bulbs and last about 6-10 times more. In the long run, you'll be saving lots of $ on your energy bill, while saving resources at the same time. Talk about multi-tasking.

3. CUT BACK: From one shopaholic to another, you have to learn to control your spending. Sure, it is hard to resist the fresh new merchandise in your favorite store, but realistically... do you need it? For me, if I am still thinking about it for over a day, I know I need it and I'll buy it then.

It's important to cut back on printing too. Many companies are offering to go "paperless". Meaning bank statements or shopping receipts can easily be emailed to you instead. By doing so, we are helping reduce the use of paper and ink. Printer cartridges can be recycled, but many simply throw them into the trash.

Instead, there is an easy way to recycle those used ink cartridges on Castle Ink. The 'Recycle for Life' program is perfect for the environment.

So start this new year right, and be more conscious about your actions. Our small steps can lead to a pretty remarkable difference.

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