No Christmas tree for us this year, just a big bouquet of winter greens (and reds). Just one more night before x-mas morning! Happy Noche Buena! XO
Saturday, December 24, 2011
Hi lovelies, you might be "sippin" on some drinks the next couple of days, below is a step by step tutorial with tips and tricks on how to have your lipstick stick all night through a party. Personally I think there is no more festive color then red and red is the one that needs to look perfect all night :) Now don't think I do all these steps everyday... but they might be helpful this holiday week! so Enjoy! and remember to "sip" ;)
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Hi Lovelies, a little quick DIY. If you're tired of your worn out shoes (my bf really does wear them till the soles fall off!) or just up for a new pair but can't afford 'em right now... here is an easy way to update a pair, it's as easy as 1,2,3! Honestly!!
1. What you need;
-Old pair of shoes
-Leather/suede string (+/- 1.5-2 meters) from the craft or fabric store
2. Cut into 2 even strings, pull them through the shoes
3. Et Voila! ready to wear!
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Miroslava was a fashion editor for Harper's Bazaar Russia. Now she freelances and writes for various magazines. I love her so much! she is so petit and cute and has an amazing sense of style. It's kind of Vintage meets boho glam, feminine but yet tough. she always looks so effortless! She's a great inspiration to me.
Sunday, December 18, 2011
This week is getting busier and busier leading up to Christmas, there is so much to do and still you want to make a nice treat in the spirit of the holidays. Well, here is where Duncan Hines, my dear friend comes in. Usually I like making cupcakes from scratch, but this time a little something for the busy bees and the undomestic diva's.
What you'll need;
-(French) Vanilla cake mix
-Shredded sweetened coconut
-Decoration (either store bought or self made)
Bake cupcakes, follow instructions on back (usually it's; add eggs, oil and water).
Let them cool off after taking them out of the oven!!
Spread a spoon of fluff on, sprinkle the coconut shreds on, stick in your centerpiece (use toothpick and a printed out image stuck onto it)
Et Voila! your Coconut Snowballs are done! Caution; Sticky & Sweet, but oh so yummy!