Thursday, March 29, 2007
That’s exactly how it feels when you walk through a Joe Fresh Style.
Joe Fresh Style was founded by Joseph Mimran (the same dude who thought up Club Monaco and Caban). There are so many great things about this "groceretail" store. The prices are extremely affordable (think $14.00 for a 3/4 sleeve tunic), the set-up is uncluttered and actually pleasant. And yes, there are change rooms (unlike other places where you have to assume you are a medium). The staff is quite helpful and friendly. The merchandising makes you want to buy EVERYTHING (I need a cash register in my kitchen right?) On top of all this: It is Canadian!
The Joe Fresh area is divided in sections such as womenswear, menswear, sleepwear, loungewear and last but not least :accessories. Did I mention the comfortable cheap flats ($16)?
So the next time you are doing your regular grocery shopping, make it a point to stop by and check it out. You won’t be disappointed…and if you are, well… I told you about the flats right?
Visit their website for a store near you.
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Her line is very neutral. She has the blacks, whites, pinks, beiges and let us not forget the accessories. Euh, but $34.90 for sunglasses, not so much...
Regardless, the rest of the line looks quite pretty. The wrap dress in black and white is veeery H&M. And the white shift with metallic pattern is almost a copy of the Hot like fire black and white Chanel dress Cameron has worn. Notice there is also a bodysuit present...could this be? Could 1994 really be back? I hope so as bodysuits were quite practical...they don't bunch.
In any case, enjoy!
For those of you who have the opportunity to hit it up, let me know how it goes. I guess Madonna is definitely here to dress us up in Her Love, (In Her Love). But I do wonder if those darn turbans will be sold out...
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
When Prada models sashayed down the runway with satin turbans, we all wrinkled our noses (well at least I did). Then I thought to myself, whatever, it’s just Prada being Prada. Later on, I was flipping through VogueGlamourHarpers and saw a Ralph Lauren model proudly displaying her black turban with…
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
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Ok, so in a perfect and slightly skewed world, you just won an obscene amount of money and feel the need to buy some expensive peep toes (after you have given money to family and friends all while curing world hunger of course...)
Peep toes have been around for a while and yet continue to gain in popularity. They evoke the 40’s look that designers were showing on the runway (Chanel, Cavalli, and Prada to name a few). They give us just a peek at what is in the shoe: pretty, pretty toes, well at least trimmed toes (please tell me you trim your toes and don’t let them grow out all long and yellow and curly *wow, I have managed to upset my own stomach*…
Wear them to work with tights (which is the new legging…haha…fashion is so all over the place I even sometimes don’t get it), pair them with your dress (remember, you have like 3 now) or your shorts from last season. While you are at it, get some pretty nail polish. Some cool (and most importantly, inexpensive) suggestions from my cosmetics guru friend are: O.P.I (they have a variety of colors) and L'Oreal's New PRO Manicure Line.
Get your Peeps at:Costa Blanca
avail colors: white, dark silver, & black
Flat Peep (patent or metallic)
Stacked Heel (wood)
patent or not-avail colors:red & black
avail colors: black, white & leopard print
available colors: white, red, teal, brown & black
High or Platform Heel
available colors: metallic, brown, red, black & white