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I'm always on the hunt for a great, fashionable bag that can accommodate a small laptop, and this Balenciaga Work bag is my ideal size and shade of blue. I have a Balenciaga Cit[...]
Ever since I was a little girl, I loved the beaded, dropped-waist dresses of the roaring 20's, so you can imagine how incredibly excited I was to hear that Baz Luhrmann's Great Gat[...]
I made myself the lamest milk maid braids yesterday...until I got the idea to replicate a great video I saw on YouTube (via Fashionista), but with my lame-0 baby fine medium lengt[...]
Although many people refer to the textile or fabric as a Jacquard print, the word Jacquard actually refers to the process of creating the fabric itself. The term Jacquard comes fro[...]
On the topic of lightweight summer fabric patterns, I was browsing around some shops this afternoon whilst running early for a meeting and saw that there are some VERY cute seersuc[...]
I was at a startup festival event filled with VCs and geeky startup people last summer and one person's shirt caught my eye. I saddled over to him and said, "Nice gingham!" He look[...]