I attended Francesca Liberatore at the NYFW stomping grounds, and found the looks to be feminine and airy. The dress shown below was my favorite, but I must confess, I have lots of favorites. This balloon sleeved dress was made in my dreams. She reminds me of a writer’s muse in Shakespearean times.
I recently had the chance to work with an international company that provides, what feels like, millions of options of dresses: VIPme. On social media I’ve connected with so many amazing individuals and companies worldwide, why should my product reviews and brand collaborations be limited to the US? I find there is so much to be discovered once we broaden our vision (as with all things.) In an effort to review VIPme I am featuring this unique Sheath Midi Dress because I feel like it’s a classic and diverse piece to have as a daily choice hanging in your closet, and I’m always trying to seek out items that would be of value to people with varying styles. Also, a little secret that makes this Simple Black Vest Sheath Midi Dress special: the top buttons into the bottom, so it also doubles as a really elegant black midi skirt.
If you’re like me your jewelry box/drawer is overflowing. Yesterday, I decided to seriously organize the pieces I love to wear so they are easy to find and grab! One piece that’s at the front of my mind, and jewelry box now, that I’ve been wearing with everything is a beautiful dainty gold Harlow necklace by Judith Poe. I wear it with silver, with gold, with high necks, with low necks, layered, and by itself.
I think wether or not someone needs to work out is often misconstrued by their physical appearance. People tend to automatically judge healthiness based on looks. Well, it’s not true, and the worst thing we can do is judge ourselves that way. I tend to be on the thinner side, I have been my whole life. It would be destructive to sit down and say I don’t need to take care of myself by working out. We all need healthy hearts and happy muscles and all the benefits working out gives our bodies, including endurance. (side note: advocating working out does not directly correlate to finding enough time to work out… give a mom a break!)