Yes lovelies, it's time for another giveaway. Anna of Lucid New York was kind enough to send me this gorgeous frog cocktail ring recently. She's also going to send the same ring to one of my readers. To enter, simply leave a comment with your name and email address. I'll then choose a winner on Monday, May 3rd.
I'd like to note that I'm grateful to all of you for the gifts, features and constructive criticism that you send my way. It's wonderful having people find me and feel so inclined to take time and effort to reach out and write. I'm both flattered and honored; however, I fear things begin to lose its substance when something (or someone) becomes overhyped and popularity comes into play. People will presume things about you, whether they know you personally or through the grapevine. Then, they either admire you or hate you. Admiring may seem the better of the two, yet admiration can often turn into disappointment and... ahh, fuck it. I'm just being indecisive with my blog as I am with everything else in my life. Getting back to the topic at hand, thank you. Seriously.
Congratulations to Gabi of Hungry for Fashion for winning, and thank you to everyone who participated! Anna and I are both amazed at the amount of response we got. You guys rock!
THEORY SWEATER, EVER HAREM PANTS, CLUB MONACO BELT, YSL SHOES, CC SKYE EARRINGS
The title of this post has absolutely nothing to do with my outfit. Yesterday I went to my very first spin yoga class (yes, cycling and yoga in one) and this was the song the instructor played in the beginning. I felt like Alex Owens in Flashdance, but without the leg warmers. Fun times.
I haven't seen an editorial that actually felt as satisfying as this one in quite a while. Featuring the Alexander McQueen Armadillo shoes I loved so much. I may have to start using the word "fierce" again (eww).
My latest non-clothing/shoes related purchases: Urban Barn mirror, rose organza pillows, sphere mesh table lamp; Kelly Cutron's book, If You Have to Cry, Go Outside: And Other Things Your Mother Never Told You.
I'm watching Remember Me tonight. Tyler Hawkins: a sort of modern day James Dean, rebellious and brooding, who quotes Ghandi and looks like Robert Pattinson? Yes please!
I understand we live in a world where we're bound to hurt and to hurt others; we're intended to fall, obligated to fail and destined to feel pain. But sometimes I truly feel I pay for my kindness, and that same respect/courtesy isn't reciprocated. I have a restless heart; a heart that yearns to love and be loved. I can't help it. I know life isn't suppose to be easy, but should it always be this hard?
On a more fashion-y note: PradabagGuccishoesLouisVJimmyChoos.
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