and the winner is…

Wow, such a wonderful turnout for my first month of blogging! I’ve been so blessed to be given some new and exciting opportunities with this blog that I cannot wait to share in the near future! First and foremost I would like to thank you all for following and I hope that you continue to follow since I have been afforded the opportunity to give away even more wonderful prizes such as this Kate Spade Card Holder.

After gathering all the names and all the email addresses, I placed them into a randomizer and it has chosen the recipient of this lovely prize! So here it is, the moment you’ve all been waiting for…

I’d like to be the first to congratulate Ms. Min Jung Kim!! (first off, I hope that’s right since I am going off your email address… don’t worry Ms. Kim, we’ve contacted you by your email address so that we can send you your prize)

Woo hoo! I am so excited to put on my next free give away it was so much fun! All names will be stored for the next random drawing so don’t go away! The more blogs you follow and the more times you comment and share, multiplies your chances of being picked!

Stay tuned, I can’t wait to announce the next give away!

Stay beautiful, stay chic, but most importantly, stay healthy 😉



tropical temptress

Island Style
As I am off to my trip to Thailand I was thinking of what outfits would be best to wear out there. Check out the March 2014 issue of Cosmopolitan featuring Lee Hyori a Korean celebrity. Her shoot was taken in Bali, so the clothing seems appropriate. What do you guys think about this tropical yet fashion forward style? Not gonna lie, I hit up my local TJ Maxx and already go my outfit for pic #3.  I can’t wait for Thailand!

its britney bitch.

I am a HUGE Britney fan. I’ve loved her from Baby One More Time all the way to her shaved bald head to even after K-Fed. Her music transcends decade after decade. So it’s no surprise that when she posted up residency in Vegas at Planet Hollywood that I scooted my little broken 4-runner over to sin city. Here’s my review of the show:

Upon arrival to the theatre, you see several different backdrops, much like the ones you see on Hollywood Red Carpet Parties, with a bunch of logo’s on the back. You walk up and have your picture taken and they hand you a card, much like the pictures that you take when you first arrive at a theme park and you get your picture later on and purchase it in the evening, it’s the same concept. Then you walk around and see different costumes that Britney wore for her different videos, Toxic, Work Bitch, Oops! I did it again, and Circus. Totally cool, I snagged a pic of one from Work Bitch, but my iPhone was too loaded with videos of the show here’s one below-


So then you enter the theatre, and it’s like a good sized theatre with a stage that comes out and they have a mosh pit section. The seats we had ere decent, but you could still see everything, and the farther out you are you see more of the stuff that happens up above. First things first, that I want to mention, is that the set is AMAZING, kudos to her set designer because they went all out for her!


There WERE some parts that were kinda corny, like she did one set that the song was choreographed with just chairs, and it wasn’t executed very well so we did see some numbers that were like that.


So here’s a Pano of the stage, the speakers up above are actually images on a screen that really pull everyone’s attention into the show, so it’s pretty wild. There are some things hat I want to make sure is clear about the show. It’s a SHOW, not a concert. So stand when you’re supposed to stand and sit when you’re supposed to sit. Also since this isn’t a concert, there’s no opening act, it starts when it starts. So be there, get your drinks onetime. Also, get your souvenirs before the show, because honey, they fly off the shelves after the show. That’s about it! Hope you get to see it, IT’S SOOOOOO WORTH IT!!


welcome to the west.

It’s no secret that Karl Lagerfield is a brilliant and talented designer. But when he designed his latest collection for the Chanel Métiers d’Art Show he made his unique mark conquering the bustling city of Dallas. The epic event strung a collection of fashionistas, celebrities, and starry-eyed consumers to ogle Karl Lagerfield’s latest brilliance in the form of fabric, feathers, pearls and thread. His inspiration drew from the “…idea of old Texas before the Civil War” and the transportation from then to now is quite remarkable. Some of the garments are truly breathtaking and interpreted so well. Up above you can see just a few pieces of his collection ranging from sophisticated native american, gun slinger cowboy, to towns person chic. Just a few pieces they wish they had in the pre civil war era. Check out the video below.

As I was fumbling through Poshmark I noticed that lots of poshers had some key pieces that you could use to make your own ready to wear ensemble. Some of these items are at a phenomenal price that you can’t get anywhere but still get that look. I looked through hundreds of listings and managed to pick some of the best that you can find down below. Just click on the picture and shop away!

Find this item and more at this closet here.
Find this item at this closet here.
Cowboy Chic!

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Western B. Mackie L from J (chic)’s closet on Poshmark – Check out their closet here!

Western shirt XS from Teresa’s closet on Poshmark – Check out their closet here!

Denim Denim Denim

I cannot tell you how pleased I am to sell this denim. Getting a chance to sell these beauties is really a once in a blue moon and for this cheap. I have everything from Citizens of Humanity, 7 For All Mankind, Joes Jeans, J Brand, and Rock and Republic. Take a peek into my closet and they all start at just $20! Enjoy!


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