Accessorization is the key to making any outfit great. That being said, it’s the part of dressing that I personally struggle with most. I admit that I get lazy when it comes to polishing off a style with jewelry, and if I do try to glam up a boring look, I tend to go overboard piling on one too many rings or a cluttered set of bangles.
Lately I’ve been feeling like I’m in a bit of a style rut, especially when it comes to my work clothes. I keep tossing on the same old dresses I’ve worn for years, struggling to find ways to make them feel modern and like where my personal style has evolved to at this moment in time. I finally found that the easiest way to make my outdated styles look like the new duds I’m drooling over in current lookbooks is by adding my new favorite necklace into the mix. Continue Reading »
If you know anything about me, you know that any cosmetic or accessory that is glittery, sparkly, and dipped in gold is right up my alley. So when that product also comes with a way to help out a huge international rights issue, count me in. One of my favorite bath and body brands, LUSH Cosmetics, just launched a new limited-edition soap bar that reads #GayIsOk in sparkling gold. Not only does the text itself make a bold statement, the brand itself is giving back to LGBTQ-supporting efforts worldwide. Continue Reading »
Last night, Perfect High premiered on Lifetime, and there were several reasons why I decided to check it out. First, it was lead actress Bella Thorne‘s edgiest role to date, and as I’ve been lucky enough to encounter and interview the star at many points in my career, I had to support her project. Then, I’ve heard a lot of buzz surrounding another lead actor in the film, Ross Butler, who has also recently appeared in Disney Channel’s Teen Beach 2 and my personal guilty-pleasure TV show, K. C. Undercover. Finally, it’s a Lifetime movie, which is guaranteed to be equal parts overdramatic and crazy, which is exactly my kind of Saturday night. Continue Reading »
These days the sun is out for a little longer and the pollen isn’t threatening to fly into my face/mouth as I drive with my windows down so I figured it was about time for a new playlist. This is the kind of stuff you wouldn’t be embarrassed to be blasting in your car. House, pop, indie, hip hop, R&B – a little bit of everything is there so listen up and check out the download link at the end of the post:
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Remember when cronuts first hit the dessert scene a few years back and literally everyone on the planet was clamoring to try out the half-donut half-croissant creation? There was no line too long to wait on, when the promise of a cronut was the final outcome.
Yeah, so I wasn’t really into it. I’ve never been much of a sweets person, (to the complete surprise/dismay/disgust of so many people I’ve come across) and as far as pastries go, croissants have always been too dry for my tastes. Continue Reading »
Ooh a shiny new playlist of some really cool songs. Download the entire playlist up ahead:
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George Maple, “Where You End And I Begin” ft. GrandeMarshall
Genre: future pop
George Maple sounds like: Jessie Ware’s vocals with Little Dragon production
Worth checking out: “Talk Talk,” “Vacant Space”
The ideal setting to play “Where You End And I Begin”: the next time you want to make a choreographed ’90s throwback music video…I don’t know, that’s the mood I’m getting from this song, okay?
The Australian-born, London-based singer and producer George Maple has been making waves with this track since its release last week. The song has a cool groove throughout, with Maple’s breathy vocals backed by a futuristic R&B beat. Some may recognize her voice from the memorable Snakehips track “On and On.”
Her EP Vacant Space was released this past December, and debuted #3 on the Australian iTunes Album Chart. Maple is currently on tour and making her rounds in the US with most dates at SXSW 3/18 through 3/21. After listening to her latest, we’re thinking you should put her on your list of artists to watch. Check out “Where You End And I Begin”:
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