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Showing posts with label style. Show all posts
Showing posts with label style. Show all posts

Thursday, November 16, 2006

La Regale Silver Pleated Frame Satchel

This is a classy frame bag that is perfect for evenings
out. This bag is a bit bigger than the usual evening bag,
so you can fit in more of your essentials. If you prefer
understated elegance rather than a glitzy kind of purse,
this elegant bag is for you! Scoop one up at eBags for
$35.

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

VajaCases - iVod Crystal for Apple iPod video

Carry your iPod in style with a Swarovski Crystal
encrusted case! $340 at VajaCases.com.

Sunday, November 12, 2006

DivaShoppers

I've started a new blog that's meant to have multiple authors.
It's called the DivaShoppers. I'm currently holding a "Next
DivaShopper" Contest. If you're interested please follow
the link given & follow the instructions. Deadline is Dec. 15.
Thanks!

Saturday, November 11, 2006

Ann Taylor - Natasha Tweed Dress

Feminine menswear inspired "salt & pepper"
tweed. Cute! (As Seen in InStyle August 06)

Friday, November 10, 2006

Share Your Look

ShareYourLook.com is a place to show off your style.
The basic idea is similar to MyStyleDiary.com & it is
currently in beta.

Here's the blurb from MoMB:
ShareYourLook is an online community for fashion addicts,
trendsetters, shoppers, and designers from around the world
to share looks and ideas about personal style.

Friday, May 12, 2006

Tips

Tip 1: Draw atention to your face & away from
your body with a colorful scarf, it'll do wonders!

Tip 2: Are you built on more stocky lines? Opt
for a monochromatic, or a similar colors color
scheme. This will help to give you a clean, long,
& lean line. Play w/textures to keep it interesting.
Vertical stripes are fine. If you must wear horizontal
stripes, opt for closely spaced narrow stripes. Does
your bust blend into your gut? Try a padded push-up
bra, which can add centimeters, even inches!

Tip 3: What's your body shape? Are you top heavy?
You can visually downplay your bust by wearing
darker colors on top. The opposite is true if you're
bottom heavy (like me).

Tip 4: Color makes a big difference in how you look.
Do you have a rose or blue undertone? You'd look
best in cool colors. If you're yellow or olive, warm tones
are probably best for you. Experiment with colors to
see what works for you. Drape fabrics in various colors
around your neck to see how it looks on you. If you look
sickly or something just doesn't look right, it's not for you.
However, if your face seems lit from within, go for it!

I hope you find these tips helpful, & have fun experimenting!

Thursday, February 09, 2006

Short Cut

I love this cut!