Friday, December 27, 2013

In time to ring in the New Year.

I have a new obsession. I am in love with many designers, and I have always loved the classy look that Chanel gives to women and men. With the nice break from school, I have had much free time on my hand. In this free time, I watched plenty of episodes of my favorite shows and hundreds of new movies. The other day I watched "Coco Chanel" starring Shirley MacLaine. On IMDb, they give the movie a 6.8 out of 10, but I would easily give it a 10 if it was up to me. It is obviously about the life of Gabrielle Chanel, herself. It is not just a biography, but romance. After watching the movie, I have great respect for her and her designs. Now I must find me the perfect Chanel bag ASAP! But I want everyone to go watch this movie...I even supplied you the trailer. :)

Merry Christmas!

Well...I'm two days late actually. Christmas is the perfect time to dress fabulously, even if it's just for your family. My Christmas was a little different this year; I actually left my home with my family to go to Atlanta! It's been almost ten years since I've been away to Atlanta for Christmas. So, I decided that I would make the best of it while looking my best. Christmas day included waking up in my new white and pink silk PJs from Victoria Secret, opening wonderful presents from wonderful people, and the perfect outfit for the rest of the family to see. I chose a simple black velvet dress with 3/4 sleeves, and it was a slim fit with a drop waist. I paired the dress with black tights that had a hint of gold sparkle (Isn't Christmas supposed to be a little sparkly?). A pair of suede black booties with a good 3 inches heels dress it up. Don't think that I wore all black on Christmas...because I know how to accessorize. FUR! When you think of winter, doesn't fur come right into your mind? Well if not...I'm sorry. I picked a cream infinity scarf that had a fur trim all the way around to break up some of the black that I was wearing. It created a look that was comfortable, cute, and appropriate for the season. I hope everyone's Christmas was merry, and have a Happy New Year!