Charcoal & Black Stripe Maxi Mermaid Dress

Charcoal & Black Stripe Maxi Mermaid Dress

There is nothing more beautiful, at the same time, mystifying than the intrigue behind the existence of Mermaids. That is the same feel the Maxi Mermaid Dress projects. This season-less number will bedazzle not only those who wear it, but also those who chose to look. It is made from bamboo jersey that is known for creating a slimmer silhouette, outlining your curves and highlighting your confidence. No matter what height you are, you can adjust the Maxi Mermaid Dress to a longer or shorter length…

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Photographer:  Jacqueline K Photography

Model: Miranda Leigh

NYFW Days 6 and 7 Spring/Summer 2015

Originally posted on MyStyleDaily:

So many amazing collection happened on Tuesday and Wednesday of New York Fashion Week, but the collection that most excited me was Michael Kors. I have been a fan of Kors for years, and in his latest collection I can honestly say I loved every singe look. His vision encompassed every woman no matter the style or size.

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At MBMJ, it was all about the modern interpretation of 90’s punk rock. I particularly loved the sleek lurex tights and undershirts.

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Alice + Olivia

The Alice + Olivia presentation seemed like two very different collections in one. While most of the time editors frown on this, I actually liked the variance in the looks. I loved the full floral skirt paired with a white a blue striped blouse.

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Reem Acra

If I could describe Reem Acra’s collection in two words it would be “Radiantly Glamorous” Her use of fabrics really…

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7 Reasons Good Guys Win In The End

Originally posted on James Michael Sama:

To say “nice guys finish last” is to display a fundamental misunderstanding of what a “nice guy” is or what “finishing last” means. If you mean that a good guy finishes last because he always puts his woman first, then you are correct.

But the reality is, it’s not the nice guy who finishes last, it’s the boring guy. It’s the timid guy. And, in reality, it’s also the “bad boy” who finishes last because they usually ultimately fall short when it comes to providing women with the satisfying and fulfilling relationship that they are looking for.

The good guy will win in the end, and here are seven reasons why.



A good guy can be trusted.

Above attraction, above sex appeal, above all else in a relationship, comes trust. You can’t love someone you don’t trust, you can’t expect to be cared for by someone you don’t trust, and…

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Jennifer Lopez Rocks Versace For ELLE

Originally posted on Papiki:

Booty‘ diva Jennifer Lopez covers the October issue of ELLEUK magazine (Checkout the cover here). For her editorial, lensed by Txema Yeste, the 45-year-old ‘American Idol‘ judge is the quintessential Versace high-class hooker in signature high-voltage sexy creations strictly from the Italian fashion house.

Photos Via TFS

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Vancouver craft shows have quality and unique accessory finds

Originally posted on trendfashion1:

This summer, we attended several craft shows, the Vancouver Folk Festival and the Circle Craft summer market. It is always a pleasure to find something that is wearable and has a unique quality that the artisan has incorporated into the piece.

At the Vancouver Folk Festival I found three unique items. The first, were some lovely necklaces that had tiny beads poured into a netting tube that gave them an African trade bead look. They were made by Valentina Zimina. We really loved the unique colours and designs. The second were several unique bag designs using fabric from Ghana designed by a Canadian/Ghanaian, Naa Sheka Riby-Williams who used a modern design and incorporated the colourful fabrics found in Ghana, West Africa. She also had some unique trade beads. We were impressed by her commitment to using African fabrics. “Warrior Queen” is an ongoing fashion trend.The third item we…

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8 Things Gentlemen Do Differently

Originally posted on James Michael Sama:

When writing about the topics of being what could be considered in modern society a “gentleman” or a “lady,” I am often surprised by the backlash. Whether it is being called a sexist for actually recognizing the biological and behavioral differences between men and women, or those who feel personally insulted that they may not act in the ways I have mentioned, one learns quickly it is impossible to make everyone happy.


The fact of the matter is that the recognition of any differences between people has become taboo. It has become taboo to discuss because it can be interpreted, by some people, as meaning some are “better,” and some are “worse,” even if those words are never used.

For this reason, society’s expectations for social conduct have plummeted. Think of how people used to get dressed to go on a plane, or restaurants that required jackets for gentlemen to…

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