Happy Sunday!!! Today I spent an awesome Sunday with my family at iFly Baltimore! Plenty of people have dreamed of having the ability to fly & this place offers people the closest thing to that. iFly is an indoor skydiving experience. Flying is what everybody has dreamed about once in their life so why not go for it! Each participant is given two 2min turns (with a highly experienced instructor) in a cylindrical room filled with 100 mph wind gusts shooting from a grated floor. Each diver is also given the opportunity to experience higher heights by flying 15ft in the air (for an additional fee of course)!! It was an awesome experience! You guys should definitely check it out!
Hey everybody!!! TGIF 🎉!!!! Todays fab find is an ode to the summer 😩. Not sure about you guys but out here in Maryland, were experiencing record-breaking temperatures. This summer has been an absolute scorcher & in anticipation of cooler temps and slightly thicker wardrobe, these espadrilles are sure to set the proper tone for fall. Although I’m not a fan of Burberry bags, I love the check print and have great admiration for their shoes, jackets, coats, & accessories! I can’t wait to wear theses babies for the fall!!!
Howdy there folks!!! Todays trending Tuesday topic is focused on the ever popular bodysuit!!!! The bodysuit, a close-fitting one-piece stretch garment for women (typically worn for sports), but has become a staple wardrobe piece for women every where. The bodysuit was a progression from the leotard, and was presented in the United States after 1950 by fashion designer Claire McCardell. According to wikapedia.com, the first recognized bodysuit was worn by Bettie Page in the 1950s, and was a trademark attire of the Playboy Bunnies from the 1960s, as well as of Wonder Woman as a cartoon character. Azzedine Alaia and Donna Karan helped make the bodysuit a fashion item for both men and women in the 1980s. After a slowdown, it was resurrected as shaping underwear or lingerie, and in 2010 it reappeared as a blouse bodysuit and classic turtleneck bodysuit, as well as a part of evening wear. I must admit, I probably own at least 30 different ones, and I even have a designated drawer for them (because I wear them so much!). I almost always pair mine with a body-con skirt. Due to the the wideness of my hips, I only purchase the ones with thong coverage (sorry for the TMI), because I hate panty lines! So there you have it, what say you, are you here for the bodysuit trend?
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Hey all!!! Its been a few Fridays since I’ve done a fab find post (& for that, I ask that you forgive me 😢), lol!! If your into creativity and artistic expression (like myself), then these leather stickers by Anya Hindmarch are just the thing for you!!! Founded in 1987, Anya Hindmarch is a British luxury accessories brand known for its creativity, craftsmanship, personalization, and humor. These whimsical stickers leather stickers allow you to PERMANENTLY customize anything & have quickly become an industry favorite and a social media mainstay. I have been eying these stickers for a while and when I see them, I must fight the urge to buy (considering they come with a hefty price tag) every time. While I love the idea of these stickers, I would be remiss if I didn’t mention that although I love the idea of personalizing my leather agenda booklet with them, I am a bit leery about graffitiing any of my (soho) bags with them (although the soho tote would make an excellent canvas for these babies). That brings me to the question at hand today. Would you so boldly customize your handbag with these quirky Anya Hindmarch’s leather stickers, or is the commitment too much? If you love them, check out how I would design a Louis Vuitton Agenda Book below!