I honestly think that being in your 20′s is one of the most confusing times you will ever go through. You basically have to figure your life out while going through various different personal changes. While in the process of figuring myself and my future prospects out, I love to watch the people around me excelling in what they do best. There is no greater inspiration to push you towards your personal goals than watching a friend or family member single-handedly make their dreams come true. Recently, two childhood friends of mine -Annie and Jordan- came together to create the most adorable little baby girl you will ever meet. Since giving birth to a living, breathing doll a little over a year ago, Annie has dressed little Avery in the most stylish little ensembles- Seriously though, this kid has a better wardrobe than I do. Now, Annie is starting her own online store The Mischief Makers
“I understand many parents what their children to express independence and individuality by picking out what to wear. However, they still hope that whichever clothing combination the choose it will still be presentable.
Our online store, The Mischief Makers, will offer a stylish and fun basis so that no matter what children decide to wear parents can be assured it’s still fashionable.”
To help make this dream come a reality, please visit their campaign http://www.gofundme.com/55wbcc any donation is encouraged.
so sorry for my lack of posts, school is kicking my ass this semester. I might not have time to write posts every day, but i sure as hell have all the time in the world to skim through pictures I like, so check out my tumblr until I find something interesting and witty enough to write about. I apologize in advance for all the AHS posts, it’s a bit of an obsession.
21 looks damn good on Selena Gomez. The pop princess has been spotted trotting all over the globe in one fab outfit after another all the while sporting her Versace Palazzo bag. The black leather duffel with its flawless blue piping and the fashion houses infamous Medusa symbol has been turning every head. I haven’t seen blogs go this crazy over a purse in quite some time. Shortly after its debut on the arm of fashions newest it girl, the bag and others like it made their way down Versace’s Spring/Summer 2014 runway.
Looking to score Selena’s newest accessory? You may have to shell out a bit of cash, sites like forzieri are selling the bag at $1,890 a piece.
Living in Windsor, Ontario has its ups and its downs. The down side is that there is never anything to do, the upside is that the bored kids this city breeds constantly turn to music. Some bands make it, others not so much but the appreciation for music in the small city that borders the birthplace of Motown in unfathomable.
Through the vast selection of bands, my personal favorite has to be the Motown/Rock influenced trio, The Walkervilles. I may be a little biased here since I’m in love with Motown music, but this homegrown band has been creating hit after hit with their covers and original pieces like their newest song “Please Baby Stay”
check out the video shot in Windsors Capitol Theater.
As a petite person, I absolutely HATE it when people say there is no such thing as size 0. Sorry to inform you, but a size 0 is just as real, and as beautiful as a size 14. As long as a person is happy and healthy, it shouldn’t matter what their dress size is, but the good people at Urban Outfitters apparently didn’t get the memo. Releasing a t-shirt with the words “eat less” sprawled across the chest, the popular clothing company has received tons of flak for the disgusting message they want their customers to spread.
Actress Sophia Bush has taken a stance against the fashion outlet by boycotting their whole brand. Bush has always been a promoter of a healthy lifestyle and body image, so when she saw these t-shirts, she wrote an open letter to the company.
“You should issue a public apology, and make a hefty donation to a women’s organization that supports those stricken with eating disorders. I am sickened that anyone, on any board, in your gigantic company would have voted ‘yes’ on such a thing, let alone enough of you to manufacture an item with such a hurtful message. It’s like handing a suicidal person a loaded gun. You should know better.”
I personally can’t believe someone got away with sprawling such a disgusting message on a t-shirt. The fashion brand has yet to comment on the incident, but I can’t wait to hear what they have to say about it.
In 2013, you would think that all forms of racism would have been abolished. North America is a society that prides itself on acceptance and tolerance of all people no matter your age, race, gender or sexual orientation. Last night, ABC aired the annual Miss. America pageant. As the hosts began eliminating girls one by one, two were left standing as the future Miss. America and her first runner up. Although I would usually be talking about the gowns each lady wore on stage, today I unfortunately have to bring up their race which at this point should be a moot point. Making history as Asian-American and Indian-American finalists in the pageant, the two girls gave each other words of encouragement as they waited patiently for their titles to be called. As the announcer of the show called out Miss. New York, the camera panned to an extremely happy Indian-American family as they celebrated their daughter’s new found title.
Unfortunately, this morning there has been a major backlash as people took to twitter to express their distaste in a Indian-American woman winning the competition which should only be open to “Americans” (meaning people with pale skin, blue eyes and blonde hair right?). Nina Davuluri barely got to enjoy her title as the reining Miss.America due to the outstanding amount of racism and hate thrown towards her today. I am absolutely appalled by the behavior and the amount of intolerance I have seen recently. Many people have been coming together to defend Davuluri, so instead of going on a rant about this disgusting issue, I’ll just show you some of my fav tweets from the tolerant, loving folks out there who have a brain in their head and a head on their shoulders.
Having gone to different fashion weeks and mingling with the people in the fashion Industry, I have seen my fair share of pretentious behavior. Although fashion is an art form to be enjoyed by the masses, many people take it too far. To bring this annoying behavior to light, late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel sent a camera crew to New York Fashion Week and interviewed attendees about different designers that the crew had completely made up. Using names like Willy Loman (from Death of a Salesman) and George Costanza (from Seinfield) as up and coming designers, attendees acted as if they knew exactly what the interviewer was talking about, one guy even went as far as saying “its called fashion, look it up”, I think you and your smug little buddy should be the ones looking it up! I would pay to see their reactions when they watch this video. anyways, enough of my rant, enjoy the hilarious video!