Summer Trend: The Romper!

For today’s blog, I wanted to shed some light on one of this season’s hottest trends:

The Romper!

This wardrobe staple is easily one of the most effortless items you can wear this summer, which is why I have picked up styles in both classic summer colours and fun feminine cut outs.

You can bet that this summer I will be sporting these all over town, styling them with sandals for brunch on the patio, or with heels or wedges for an evening out. For those chillier summer nights, I love to pair them with a jacket or sweater for a practical yet polished look.

Take a look at 5 of my top styles! Happy shopping!

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Ciao Bella Twill Jumpsuit
C$83.40

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Sasha Crochet Romper – Red
C$83.40

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Nasty Gal Start Me Up Crossover Romper
 C$83.40

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Style Stalker Mayan Floral Romper
C$208.51

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Legacy Cutout Jumpsuit
C$306.63

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Help! I’m Dying of Hair Envy..

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Let’s get real. I am dying for hair envy. How do those drop-dead gorgeous models’ manes end up looking so damn good? Well to be honest I don’t know their secrets yet. But tomorrow I’m sure there will be hundreds of Youtube videos teaching us how to recreate their lovely manes! However, I do have some of my own Holy Grail hair products that I would love to share.

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100 Years of Beauty in 1 Minute

Ladies, you thought your beauty routine was a lot? Try pulling off 100 years of styles in one minute. A Settle-based creative agency The Cut filmed a time-lapse video recreating looks to match every decade from 1910 to 2010. Simply brilliant reviews of past centuries, the hairstyles and makeup looks are accurately represented. It’s interesting to see how the evolution of society’s standards of beauty has changed in the past 100 years. I personally love 1930’s & 1950’s looks the best, which look is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below, enjoy!

Red, Red Wine

Trend Alert!

Red-wine-lovers, this beauty trend is for you! At New York Fashion Week Fall 2014, deep berry and wine shades were being sported all over the runway.

If your daring and want to wear this lip just keep a few things in mind –

Finding the right shade is key; it all depends on your skin tone but lipsticks such as Mac’s Diva & Nars Scarlet Empress are pretty universal and compliment many skin tones.

If you have thin lips, a dark lipstick could make them appear even smaller. So start with a sheer stain and use a lip pencil to fill out the lip ever so slightly.

The key to wearing a berry lip is to keep the rest of the face fresh and glowing. Use a sheer foundation and concealer and skip powder entirely. Then apply a blush in a complementary shade or even take a simply sheer out the same lip color on cheeks!