How to be Primped & Proper at All Times

Outfit Details: Sweater—Shorts (in white)—Shoes–Necklace: CZ by Kenneth Jay Lane —Clutch What  exactly does it mean to be primped and proper? The denotative definition of primped is to spend time making minor adjustments to one´s clothing, makeup, or hair. The denotative definition of proper is a genuine and good-looking person. So what does it take to…

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Items to Add to Your Summer Shopping Wish list

As we near the days of warmer weather, it is time to begin filling our shopping carts with flowy sundresses, flattering bikinis, and floppy hats. I am a lover of summer: the beachy waves, sun-kissed skin, poolside drinks, barbecues, and late night swims. So in order to prepare for a beautiful summer, we must have…

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Shoes Are a Girl´s Best friend

Forget diamonds, shoes are a girl´s best friend…or maybe diamond encrusted shoes! Many of you who know me, know my grande love affair with shoes. In my world every pair of shoes tells a story, they carry your memories, and hold sentimental meaning. Maybe that is not natural, maybe I need shoe counseling, but maybe…

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Staying Warm While Fashionable this Winter

Whenever we think of someone bundled up we typically do not picture some fashionable individual. We envision someone with a frumpy jacket, a dinky scarf, and maybe a red nose. If we do not picture somebody who looks fashionable, we most definitely do not picture someone who stepped out of a Vogue cover. Well a…

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How to Dress & Appear more Feminine

Femininity is described as qualities traditionally ascribed to women such as sensitivity and gentleness. Whenever I think of Feminine dress, I tend to think of soft colors, ruffles, skirts and a woman. When one dresses more feminine they accentuate their womanly features such as curves. This does not mean you have to show the world…

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Fashion Era: Fifties

The 1950’s was the decade of the “wandering waistline”. Years before there was always a set place where your waistline was, for example in the twenties the waist line was very low. During the fifties there was no set waistline, Dior designed his dresses to have a high and cinched waistline, meanwhile, Balenciaga designed his…

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Fashion Era: The Twenties

The 1920’s was a decade of change. The twenties was the first decade to abandon traditional fashion such as, full length dresses and tight corsets. We have the 1920’s to thank for shorter hemlines, synthetic fabrics, and bobbed hairstyles. Roles of women changed throughout society as they joined the workforce and gained the right to…

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How To Find Your Personal Style

It is easy to stick to the latest trend, to copy what your favorite celebrity is wearing or even what you saw your best friend wearing, but that is dull. It is arduous discovering your individuality within fashion. Celebrities make a run to the grocery store looking as if they stepped out of an editorial…

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Fashion Era: The Sixties

The 1960’s is one of the most bi-polar decades in fashion. The early sixties consisted of a conservative and classy sense of style that very much resembled the late 1950’s fashion. The late 1960’s consisted of psychedelic colors, eye-catching prints, and bell bottom jeans that broke all previous fashion traditions. Many prominent figures in history…

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