What I Wore WhatIWore: Know someone who loves nothing more than camping out and sitting ‘round the fire? These gift ideas span from stocking stuffers to bigger splurges and could work for a guy or gal! Pocket Outdoor Survival Guide - a cute little stocking stuffer with loads of tips and tricks for spending time in the great outdoors.
Lina Tesch Photography Jazzi McG A/X Armani Exchange tank dress This is what I wore for some desert festivities last weekend, then again yesterday when it was about 75 and covering up just felt like sacrilege. The tank dress is another look from A/X Armani Exchange (thanks A/X!) Bloed, zweet en luxeproblemen De Nederlandse Publieke Omroep maakt gebruik van cookies. We maken een onderscheid tussen functionele cookies en cookies voor het beheer van webstatistieken, advertenties en social media. De cookies bevatten geen persoonsgegevens en zijn dus niet tot een individu te herleiden.
My Daily Style I do love grey tees, printed jeans and ethnic bags. Here you have a look with all of them! This soft and light tee from Free People is amazing. Sometimes it’s worth spending a little bit more for better-quality products. Kitschissime Where Did U Get That - The Fashion Blogger from London living in New York When I first moved to NY from London, I had no idea WHERE some of best places were to shop. Not the big name stores. We all know those. But those cool boutiques squirreled away across the city that a new comer like me longed to know about.
Claudia C. ten Hoeve Valentijns’dag’ begon dit jaar meteen om middernacht al verrassend, met een geritsel in de gang. In eerste instantie sloeg ik er geen acht op, ben wel geritsel gewend van het jarenlang samenleven met poezenbeesten, totdat het tot me doordrong dat ik momenteel geen poezenbeesten in huis heb… Op onderzoek uit bleek er een pakje in mijn brievenbus te hangen! Niemand -meer- te zien natuurlijk. Het enige wat er op stond was heel klein op de achterkant ‘claudia’. Er in zat een heel mooi boekje, een gedichtenbundel van Oeke Kruythof, Licht in Stilte, over liefde, dood, geluk, verdriet en vriendschap.
Lady Addict In today’s photos I’m wearing a black dungaree which I don’t recall to have already in my wardrobe… I better stop thinking as I probably do, sometimes I think I’m the real dungaree-addict. This time I combined it with a crop blouse and the Moroccan style flats that I bought this summer in Tarifa. I also have a lot of news, although I don’t know where to start! I’m very exited about all my new projects for the season and I’m not only talking about work :) First thing is that today starts the final countdown to my trip to Ny for the fashion week and these days I feel like I’m not up to date with my social networks, getting ready for the trip is getting in the way of may normal routine. That’s why today I’ve been thinking about my photographers Cristian and Carmela, why did you guys abandon me?
Maxi Skirt! Start to Finish Video Yay! I got it done. This was the strangest day and nothing wanted to work right, LOL but alas here is the video and instructions if you want to print them out. Curve Appeal Size 10-12. Rock that picnic bench. 5'8", currently 250, 26 y/o. I wear an XL top and a US 16. 21 Style Charts On How To Build A Capsule Wardrobe For some people, having a unique sense of style and putting together cool outfits every day comes easily. For others? Not so much. We can’t all be effortlessly chic Instagram style bloggers, mainly because there is nothing effortless about looking like you just stepped out of a fashion magazine every day (well, I guess for some people there is, but that’s beside the point). Figuring out what to wear with a certain top or how to style a pair of jeans can be tough for a lot of women. Besides that struggle, many women out there are so busy that they feel like they don’t have time to create photo-worthy outfits every morning.
Yohji Yamamoto Fall 2015 Ready-to-Wear Collection For all the parlance of garments being well constructed or deconstructed, you rarely hear them described as "under construction." But if anyone can transpose the tenuous beauty of unfinished buildings into clothes, Yohji Yamamoto seems the likely choice. The designer was uncharacteristically talkative today as he explained the reasoning behind this at times highly conceptual show. He mentioned wanting to create a collection for "real girls today," which, antithetically, meant thinking back centuries to ancient Greece and the idea that a draped piece of fabric could be simultaneously complete and incomplete.