Oh my goodness , it has been eight months since my last post! 2020 has so far been a strange year filled with never-ending negativity and uncertainty. There is something that I am definitely certain about, though…
Emily in Paris, starring the ravishing Lily Collins, streams on Netflix October 2nd and I CANNOT WAIT.
The show’s creator is Darren Star, the man behind Sex and the City… which means, we’ll see lots of drama, love and fashion, AND SHOES. Patricia Field, who was the forefront of costume design in both Sex and the City and The Devil Wears Prada is also leading the costume department in Emily In Paris.
I mean, watching the trailer gave me goosebumps because maybe because in another universe and another life I could have been Emily. Who wouldn’t want to be Emily? She’s in Paris, the City of Light- look at the sceneries, the Eiffel tower, her outfits, her shoes, the people, her job, and OMG did I mention her shoes?!
One of the holiday season’s biggest fashion trends include metallics. An excuse to shine on like bedazzling Christmas lights without looking like an overdressed glitzy grandmama? Sure, why not.
Glittery gold is a seasonal standout, and thanks to Bruno Mars‘ current hit, even more so that you’ll feel the “24 karat magic in the air” …
Our Company Holiday Party / 2017 Kickoff happens to have a fabulous golden theme to celebrate a momentous year of achievements… As always, the plan is to not only have the most wonderful time but also look the most ravishing at these events. Also because I’m part of the party planning committee so I cannot be under-dressed. Oh, like I am never properly dressed for any occasion, hahaha, thanks.
Here is an inspiration board for a holiday gold rush featuring some of my faves….
I hope everyone is having a fabulous 2016 so far! We’re almost going into February and with how fast January has come and is going (just two more days!), is proof that THE DAY will be here in no time.
August 7th is — 191 DAYS AWAY. (27 weeks, 2 DAYS)
So I haven’t found THE dress, and I haven’t found THE shoes. Correction. I haven’t found the dress becauseI haven’t found THE shoes. (Well, I did, like five months ago, but Nordstrom, ended up “not having it in-stock” as they advertised on their website, so I placed an order only to have it cancelled, but that’s a story for another day.) Thank you, Nordstrom for breaking my heart and providing the ultimate customer disservice. I still love you though, I know I will find something better.
I know what you’re thinking. Why shoes first, silly?Shouldn’t it be the dress? For those who absolutely know me, you understand how important shoes are to me. Wonderful shoes take you to wonderful places. Shoes carry the wearer, and you deserve the most beautiful pair to reflect the most exquisite person you are and the magnificent adventure heading your way. So once I find the shoe that fits, then I’ll say seriously shop for the dress.
I wanted to share some of the most alluring bridal shoes I came across, they are all so breathtaking in their own ways.
A saying goes, “Strong women wear their pain like stilettos. No matter how much it hurts, all you see is the beauty of it.”
Shoes are one of those things that never disappoint a woman. Any woman can put on a pair of stilettos and amazingly we get the same results. We feel sexier and more attractive, confident, glamorous and powerful. We look taller, and slimmer. We find our inner goddess, and we make men drool.
Besides the risks of looking weird while walking in uncomfortably mile-high shoes and losing balance, there are drastic damages that high heels can cause to our bone structure. Heels can lead to angle injuries, knees, and spine damages. It can also cause back pain since the pressure of wearing heels fall on our lower back.
Are the disadvantages of wearing high heels worth it? Absolutely!
Because I always believed that a great pair of shoes will take you to wonderful places.