Sunday, 4 November 2012

Spike & Studs Boots

What you will need for this fall, is your **spike and studs boots**, that are **so in fashion** this year !!!!!!!


Sunday, 9 September 2012

Shoes and Socks


I found myself continuously stumbling upon beautiful imagery of girls wearing socks with shoes.I am now a self-confessed shoes and socks convert, and these handful of images should help to inspire you to jump onboard as well.



Sunday, 2 September 2012

Knee High Socks

I know girls that the September has come, and that also means that the summer left us!So, we will have warmer days with Knee High Socks, which are so in fashion for this Winter. 
Keep it soft and stay shic !!



Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Back to Schooool !!

Always remember that you are not parting there,this is school my girls!!!!!!!

Keep it soft and stay shic .


Sunday, 5 August 2012

In Love with "NEON"

Here are my tips for you girls that you want to wear Neon! Do it right by choosing one category from these below! Do not exaggerate! Always stay shic (even in the heat) !




Sunday, 24 June 2012

Long Hair to Short Hair

The summer has come and day by day is getting hotter!This is a very easy hairstyle for these hot days!


Wednesday, 6 June 2012

A Hint Of VINTAGE (from Lauren Conrad)


Let’s start at the very beginning. I’ve heard it’s a very good place to start. This is just a hint of vintage, and not full on Rita Hayworth (although we will get there). This is one of my favorite looks that you can wear anywhere without feeling over-done or too literal. It flirts with old school 1940′s glamour but doesn’t feel costume-y. Lauren sometimes pairs this with something simple because it instantly redefines your entire look.

                                    
TOOLS:
-1″ barrell curling iron
-large setting clips
-flat/paddle brush-light
-medium hold hairspra

Friday, 1 June 2012

One Dress Multiple Styles

1st Way


We seldom devote one post to just one bridesmaid dress style.

But this one is different.  This dress can be styled in so many ways that we are still experimenting on the different looks!
Moreover, you can wear it many ways - the skirt has two front and two back convertible panels that allows you to have alternate necklines and skirt details.

So without changing the dress, you can have two looks on the same day - a "day" look and an "evening" look. 

Also, your bridesmaids can all have the same dress but each create a unique look on her own.  Below are the designer's tips on how to wear the dress.  Have fun styling!

Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Vintage Vixen by LaurenConrad

Lauren Conrad said :

A couple weeks ago, I asked you guys which Halloween hair tutorials you wanted. Let’s just say it was an overwhelming victory for 1920′s and 1930′s hair. There are 3 more coming up, but for now we bring you “Vintage Vixen” starring Lady Conrad! This hairstyle can be used with many different costumes– Gatsby girl, flapper, silent film star, old school gangster’s girl, showgirl (a la Water for Elephants), etc… Good luck !
TOOLS: small barrel curling iron (we used 5/8″), sectioning clips, silver 2-prong setting clips, 2 clear elastics, large bobbypins, a large soft bristled flat brush, comb, hairspray, and a headband (optional).
INSTRUCTIONS:
  1. Start with clean, dry hair (straight, wavy, or curly… just make sure it’s completely dry)
  2. To remove excess length and weight, you’re going to want to braid the bottom hair and pin it up so it’s out of the way. Part your hair from ear to ear in the back of your head + clip the top half up.
  3. Create two braids.
  4. Pin the two braids flat against your head in the back. It helps if  you lay them in a zigzag pattern. Use large bobbypins for more support.
  5. You want all of the curls to go TOWARD your face. In order to create a pattern in the hair, your curls need to be lined up. They should all be the same size and going the same direction. To get the right pattern, I always I like to pretend I’m laying a brick wall and you should do the same! For this particular look, take sections that are about the same size as your pinkie finger. Wrap them tightly around the outside of your curling iron. Equally important is the size of your iron. It must be small. Anything over 3/4″ will just give you big waves. Check the beauty supply and/or google for smaller irons! Curling will take a lot of time, but it’s SO worth it.
  6. After you curl the hair, clip it in place and allow it to set.
  7. See how Lauren’s curls are all going the same direction and are the same size? That’s what you want. Let it set for as long as you can. The longer, the better. Put your makeup on while you wait, or if your costume/dress goes over your head, put it on now to avoid messing it up later.
  8. When the hair has cooled entirely, release all of the curls (don’t pull them apart with your fingers). Using a large soft bristled flat brush, start brushing the curls out. Give it a couple hard brush strokes and then switch to a lighter stroke (repeat if necessary). The pattern will begin to develop. Look down slightly and brush hair toward your face. Brushing everything toward your face is best for bringing out the pattern.
  9. If you have a lot of hair, it’s optional to pin one side back like Lauren is doing in the shot so that the hair doesn’t overwhelm your face.
  10. Grab a section of brushed out curls. Hold the very bottom of the curls with one hand. Using a comb, tease (using long upward strokes) with the other hand. You should only need 1 or 2 strokes to get it into the “bob” shape.
  11. Spray the section with a strong holding hairspray and then tuck the extra hairs. Pin in place using a large bobbypin or two.
  12. Add a headband, comb, head dress, or barrette for sparkle! Pin it in place and give it one last veil of hairspray. Trick or treat, fancy ladies!!

Sunday, 1 April 2012

Summer IN Colors




                 Summer IN BLUE








 One-Piece (Swimsuit)




                                                    
            

                Summer IN YELLOW










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                                                                               Summer IN GREEN









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                                                                                      Summer IN RED



























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                                                                                         Summer IN TEAL














































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                                                                               Summer IN WHITE































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         Summer IN MIX









































One-Piece (Swimsuit)