Posts from — October 2011
Our brides know how to dress for success! This week’s Lovelies have such a range of styles, and all managed to stay true to themselves on their wedding day! Looking good ladies!
Are you ready for a spook-tacular weekend my lovelies? What are you dressing up as for Halloween this year? Or what are your favorite decor ideas? We love this ghoulish and girly DIY Lace Pupmkin.
We know you are loving polka dots, but who is ready for stripes?!
This steampunk wedding is flawless!
Fabulous Find of the Week: Glitter Wallpaper.
How to get through the big day!
Bring Back the Lingerie!
The mountains are calling.
We’ve got a crush on Mociun.
Johnny and June would be proud.
Why pick two colors when you can use them all!
How chic is this sequin Tibi dress with a sleek black leather collar? We think it’s perfect for those New Year’s Eve wedding soirees! Pop the champagne and kiss your hubby at midnight!
Photo Courtesy of Tibi.
Feathers. So pretty, fluffy, and dainty–don’t you agree? Adding some feathers here and there just might add that subtle pop you were looking for. Plus, they’ll have you feeling as light as a feather.
P.S: How amazing is that clutch?
So, my daily beauty routine usually consists of simply washing my face in the shower. Every once in a while, if I’m feeling it, I’ll apply Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery because it’s awesome and truly works. Lately though, I’ve really been into face masks. Unsatisfied with most of the masks I’ve purchased at my local drug store, I set out to find some at home recipes I could easily make and apply to my face. Since finding a slew of recipes, I’ve finally settled on one that I absolutely love. It smells (and tastes–woops!) good, and leaves my face glowing.
And of course, with all of you lovely readers in mind, I thought–what a great way to prepare your skin for your wedding day! This simple, extremely-affordable DIY mask coupled with a few visits to your dermatologist for a facial will have your skin glowing brighter than the sun. Okay, not that bright. But still.