Mint Shaved Ice; OOTD


After a month of being in Washington, I finally got to see the snow I had hoped for all December.  It is too bad that it had to come the day before I am supposed to head back to San Diego, but I am enjoying every second of it from within the heated confinements of my house while watching Clueless on tv.   I could be obsessing over the Golden Globe Awards but right now I don’t really care to see what celebrities are wearing today.

A little about this look: it is almost completely out of my comfort zone.  Skinny jeans are always dangerous territory, especially for curvy and Inbetween girls because it can look sausagey.  But when I stepped into Forever21 and saw these I pretty much squealed because I am so in love with this mint color for spring. And the blazer has a cute bow pattern inside so I couldn’t pass it up, especially with my love for blazers.

This entire outfit is from F21, I bought the blazer and the jeans yesterday. The jeans were $15.50 and the Blazer was $27

Candid Photo, I have no idea what I was doing but I painted my nails last week and coincidentally, it matches my jeans

precious bows.

I wore Converse because I had packed all of my boots away for the flight and these were all I had left besides my flats I am wearing on the plane tomorrow.

A little chilly for snowy weather, but it won't be the case when I am back in SD.

Ca- Ca- Ca- Casual

Mint Shaved Ice on LookBook

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Rather then focussing on style, I feel very focussed on PR.  It comes in waves.  I know that probably sound weird.  But every now and then I get this wave of intense passion to search for internships, Tweet local PR firms and read PR articles and today is one of those days.  I went to Barnes and Nobles today to locate and purchase Kelly Cutrone’s “If You Have To Cry, Go Outside: And Other Things Your Mother Never Told You,” but seeing as the small book was 15 dollars, I figured I could buy it online for cheaper. As excited as I am to be more involved in PR, I forget that my school schedule does not permit me to take on that much of an internship this semester with only two days free. The PR Fashion Intern, kind of brought me back to the career mindset.

PS. my mom looked fabulous today, so be sure to check back to see her OOTD.

Many Looks of Kourtney K.


With the split of between her younger sister Kim Kardashian and the Hump, it is easy for her pregnancy to be overshadowed by her younger sisters, one of which is supposedly the child of the milk man.  One thing Kourtney Kardashian does better than her younger sisters is fashion.

 

Arguably, many would say Kim is the better dresser.  With fitted blazers, fitted dresses, studded accessories and leopard accents it’s easy to depict Kim Kardashian’s  wardrobe.  In defense for Kourtney Kardashian, her style ranges everywhere from flowy flower print dresses to men’s shirts and jumpers. Her petite frame is the perfect combination of Armenian curves and muscle tone.

 

Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian; pairing neon, stripes and white shorts with tan accessories.

Kourtney Kardashian; in a yellow blouse and white shorts

Kourtney Kardashian; weather protection mode.

Kourtney Kardashian; color blocking and partying it up

Kourtney Kardashian; in a high waisted skirt. I love this necklace.

Kourtney K.

Love this chick, her monotone voice and expressionless face pretty much make the show.  Her bitchiness is funny; where as Kim Kardashian’s bitchiness is just seen as her being uppity.  Then there is Khloe, and I think she is fabulous.  Yeah, she might not be the pretty one or the skinny one; but let’s get real she is HILLARIOUS.

 

 

 

What is in your wallet?


I carry loads of crap in mine, mostly receipts and reward cards.  Oh, and the occasional punch card.

I found this on Pinterest, lays out what the average person should keep in his or her wallet.

What Your Wallet Should Contain

I thought it was cute, especially if you travel a lot or you know you will not be stopping by your house all day, it is better to have it all without carrying all of it with you.  What do you need to carry an entire checkbook with you around anyways?

Tip: clean out your wallet and toss those old receipts from trips the grocery store or fast-food places.  Keep receipts that are necessary for returns and exchanges.