Happy Monday everyone! Today’s post is all about making amazingly easy and effective rice powder scrubs. Turns out, rice is useful for many other thing aside from eating!
Over here, there are still some warmer days of fall left – days when one can put on a romper and pretend that summer is still going strong. The leaves haven’t changed color yet – in fact everything is still bright and green – so it’s still summer right? We haven’t even changed the clocks yet for Daylight Savings – that’s when you know winter is coming. This lipstick print romper DVF dress, that I got for a total steal at T.J. Maxx, reminds me of the YSL lipstick print wrap dress that was so popular a while back.
Ahh mid century modern. Want to give the trend a try without the big commitment (and chunk of change)? There are lots of vintage MCM accessories out there for anyone willing to put in a little elbow grease. Today’s post guides intrepid MCM hunters through refinishing a vintage teak tray.
New becomes old, and old becomes new. Cotton cleaning cloths are an old staple in my mother’s toiletry bag, well before the current muslin cleaning cloth craze. No shade on certain skin care brands, but $22 for three cloths? No thank you ma’am. You can make many years worth for less than $15.
Happy Monday, dearest readers! Today we are featuring a dress with the most delicate white flower appliqués. We love how the petals flutter in the breeze.
Designer doesn’t always mean better. But for those who walk a lot, a high-quality designer shoe can make a big difference. Here are some tips to keep your most stylish shoes shining and functional!
Ponchos are one of the most effortlessly fashionable ways to keep warm in the cooler autumn days. There are, however, times when ponchos can give us that frumpy, rather than cool-girl vibe we are trying to go for. Here are our top five fool-proof ways to be warm and stylish with ponchos this fall.
Happy Monday, dearest readers! This week we are featuring a silk Red Valentino ruffle collar dress with an enchanting cherry blossom print.
Today’s post is a review of the frequently out-of-stock Kyoto Red silk lipstick from Tatcha. It’s one of the few lipsticks that Tatcha makes and has become a cult favorite for its universally-flattering and moisturizing qualities. I’ve been keeping an eye on this one for a while, and finally decided to bite the bullet ($55) when it came back in stock. But does it live up to the hype?
Happy Monday everyone! This week features a gorgeous silk Hugo Boss gown and a beautiful rose garden. It was a such a pleasure to take photos here. We arrived just as the sun was coming down over the rows of blooms.