Archive for September, 2012

 

Freedom is truly making your own clothes. Freedom is never having to go to a million stores to find the right outfit. Freedom is never having to wait in line for a fitting room.  Freedom is not being scared to look different. Freedom is feeling confident walking into a room knowing you are wearing something no one else is. Freedom is being strong enough to be your own person.

Freedom is making your own clothes, your own style, and your own rules.

About the dress:
This is one of my favorite dress to wear to work. I combined a high collar with a loose fit top and pencil skirt bottom to make a stylish dress. All I do is add a thin belt and I am ready to go. Its especially nice when I wear my hair up so I can show off the great collar.  The best part is that no one else has this dress.

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I am really feeling this whole new denim trend. How fun to get away from regular, boring blue denim and have so much variety! Instead of going for the printed look, which is now in every store, I decided to do something totally different and make my own pair of unique denim.

I really love these pants as they go with everything. I decided to go for a preppy look here and paired my pants with a blazer and white T-shirt underneath. Then I threw on a pair of heels and was ready to step out the door.

These pants are so different because they actually stretch and give that perfect fit. Rather than just go for a a basic acid wash look I added gold trim to the front which completely brought out the bold design. I get so many complement on these pants and everyone asks where I got them! I’m looking forward to experimenting with a bunch of different looks  this season by seeing how it goes with different tops!

If you like the pants come check out some more styles HERE

For another denim look you can check out these slim fit pants HERE

My boyfriend dumped me the night before Prom…. to take my best friend. Ex-Best Friend.

But I wasn’t angry. I baked some cookies and brought them over to his house. When he opened the door I greeted him with a big smile and the smell of chocolate wafting in. He grabbed the dish and took a huge bite. I told him it was an old family recipe. A secret recipe.

Oddly enough, no one had ever lived to tell how delicious they were. Almost as soon as the thought entered my mind he started convulsing and foaming at the mouth. I smiled as he called the police. I wasn’t worried. He finally stopped convulsing and the door bell rang. It was the police. I kicked his body out of my way and opened the door……

…I smiled and offered them a brownie. “These brownies are to die for”, I told them.

If you like this one-of-a-kind  dress go  HERE

What  I love about Brooklyn is that art is everywhere.

It’s on your way to the Bodega. It’s down the stairs you use to throw out your garbage. It’s on the road you take to get on the subway.

It’s on the shirt you wore. It’s there in the way you matched your sneakers to your outfit. It’s there in how you perfectly cut your shirt to add some style. It’s there…..

It’s everywhere you go. It’s always with you and within you.

This is one of my favorite shirts and can be found here