Posts tagged with ‘style’
One kind of weird thing I really love doing is checking out what kind of beauty products other people are using. I love finding out what makeup my friends and family members are obsessed with. It’s great to read reviews in magazines and online, but in the end, nothing beats a really personal review of a product from someone you know and trust. I mean, if one of my friends is using a mascara every single day, I know it has to be good, right?
We decided to cover fall makeup essentials a different way this year: by showing you which products we’re using. All of this makeup is what we’re wearing on our faces basically every day – in fact, we’re probably all wearing this stuff right now (I know I am). Instead of giving you a list of products with photos taken from their websites, we’re giving you a personal look at our makeup bags.
Today is National Coffee Day, the best day ever!!!!! Can you tell I’ve had a lot of caffeine? Great! I’ve been celebrating all day! Coffee is one of my greatest loves. I drink it multiple times a day and will never turn down a chance to go to a coffee shop. That’s why I love coffee dates. Even if the date sucks, I still get coffee so it’s still a win. Also, coffee dates are awesome because they’re not as awkward as having a meal with someone you don’t really know, and you’re in a great setting to have a good conversation.
Werk it gurl.
I’ve been a “fashion girl” for as long as I can remember. I would watch movies and try to replicate the outfits I saw and poured over magazines like my life depended on it. As I got older I realized that if I wanted to be in the future world of fashion I had to learn about the past. As with any subject, fashion has a history and those who are in fashion know it’s history. If you’re not sure who Diana Vreeland is or what the term “Dior’s New Look” means then you’ve got some studying to do. Anyone can get into fashion, but those who know the industry inside and out will be the ones who will strive. Here are the 10 books you need to read if you want a career in fashion.
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal asked this question: are shoppers getting tired of cheap stores? Are consumers going to start spending more, but buying less; rather than spending less and buying more?