Tag: New Year’s Eve

Strutting Fearlessly Into the New Year

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Today I want to delve head-first into one of my favorite topics, something I often think about but have yet to address on the blog: fear. But before I jump into that scary stuff (see what I did there?), I want to mention how perfect this outfit would be for New Year’s Eve. As I’ve mentioned in the past, I never really have an appropriate venue to wear an all-out sequin dress with severe makeup and an edgy hairstyle; usually, my NYE consists of having an awesome movie marathon with my family and popping those Martinelli’s bottles at midnight. Cozy and casual, but not without its sparkles. Because duh—whether you’re just chilling with friends and family at home, going blacklight bowling, or attending your city’s most “extra” NYE party, a sparkly outfit to ring in the new year is a must. {Sparkly sweater + favorite skinny jeans + glitzy accessories = outfit perfection.} Continue reading “Strutting Fearlessly Into the New Year”

And The Award Goes To…

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As a way to end the year (and make up for all the posts I’ve missed in the past month), I really wanted to share a reflection post looking back at 2017 and sharing some of my favorite pictures. Since these types of posts are popular right now, and to foreshadow the upcoming Hollywood awards season, I thought creating categories and different awards would be fun! But before we get to the awards…and the speeches where I thank my mother…let’s go over some numbers. Continue reading “And The Award Goes To…”

Homecoming Reinvented

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I’m sure a lot of us have at least one homecoming or prom dress lurking in the back of our closets, keeping the dust bunnies company and hiding from the light of day (if not a dress for a formal dance, at least some fancy article of clothing that you don’t wear often). These dresses feel hopeless, lonely, and unwanted. But this New Year’s Eve, you—yes, YOU!—can make that dress feel loved again. BUT WAIT! There’s more! Keep reading to find out how to actually accomplish this. 😉 Continue reading “Homecoming Reinvented”