Shoegasm: Christian Louboutin

Christian Louboutin Fall 2011 
Daffodile Brodee 160 Satin



Style Star: Anna Dello Russo

via: Vogue France
Stand out pieces can make a major difference to an outfit.
Add color, texture, bling to your closet that'll give any look the extra push.



Pamela Love Jewelry

Pamela Love's tribal inspired jewelry is amazing.
It can dress a fit up, down, or simply add a little edge.
Get it here

Crazy Girl

Here are the individual pictures of me that I mentioned in the post below and the post of the original pictures of my friends and I linked below.
I guess I was showing my silly and crazy side in these pictures because none of them were really that regular, lol. It was only for the occasion but I think I looked a little muscular in these pictures and that's probably because in was a challenge keeping my balance when I was pointing my toe; but overall I liked them, especially the last one. It was a fun day :).



Feature #1: ilikemystyle Quarterly issue #4

Very First Feature!

So back in October I was asked to be featured in "ilikemystyle Quarterly" by the team and of course I jumped to the opportunity. My specific article is about beauty because I am working towards being a scientist and I use the things I've learned in class about skin throughout my daily life. At the time when the I was first emailed the current pictures on my blog were of my friends and I, something we used to do often so I was asked to do some shots with my friends and once the photos were finished the entire piece was complete. This is one of the many photos we took which all of them were in this post. I still haven't posted my individuals pictures which will follow this post because I merely forgot (sorry). 

You can sign up for ilikemystyle.net 
Purchase this issue here
*and the site also accepts entries for the opportunity to be featured so do not miss out on that.

I hope you enjoy :)


DIY: Burberry Inspired Spike Trench

This is an amazing DIY project that I don't think anyone else could have thought of, and DIY's are so fun!
I think I'm gonna start doing a few DIY's soon so stay posted for those :).

1. Cut down chopsticks or candy apple sticks to about an inch with a handsaw or ask someone with a power table saw to cut down for you. You should end up with 164 pointy ends for each sleeve.
2. Once you finished cutting the sticks, its time to paint them! Make sure you're in a well-ventilated area and are working on a flat surface. We suggest protecting your workspace with old magazines or newspaper.
3. Apply a layer of gold spray paint to the pointy tips. Leave them on your workspace for approximately 15 minutes or until dry. Flip them over and spray the other side.
4. Before you apply the spikes to the jacket, use white chalk to outline a rectangle on each arm, starting at the shoulder and ending at the elbow. You want it to be large enough to fit approximately 24 rows and five columns, but this will vary depending on the size of your jacket and how many spikes you want on it.
5. Space the gold spikes evenly in each row and use dabs of hot glue or super glue to secure each spike onto the jacket.
6. Wait approximately 10 minutes or until the glue is completely dry before wearing the trench.
via: PSIMadeThis & WhoWhatWear




Random day at school, nothing spectacular but it is my first day back from spring break. Spring break was amazing! Aside from the funeral services that I had to attend, it was nice seeing all of my family and friends and my bed, just lovely. I definitely didn't miss school but towards the end of my break I was sort of ready to come back so that I could finish off my year strong and get to vacationing and the beautiful summer weather in Jersey.
 I am taking two sessions of summer classes though, not because I need to but because I just think it's good for some extra credits. With the career I am going for (doctor) I will be in school for a while so it's best for me to do as much as I can early on so that I won't be in school forever. 
I hope all of the students are having a great year!

Oh yeah and I love love love my new bag, isn't it adorable!:D

cardigan: Target, boots: Steve Madden, stockings: H&M



Shoegasm: Finsk

Project 3
Now we all know how much I was in love with Finsk Project 2.  As I am still working on that pair this one comes along, now what am  I to do? I love this one just as much and I'm not sure if they are everyday shoes but I sure would try to wear them everyday :D.
You can see the link to my first post about Finsk to the right in my popular posts because it became one of my most popular posts very fast. You can also click here to see it.
Most of my shoe posts become my most popular posts and since I see that is what you like I try to feed it to you as much as possible, but only with the best; this happens to be one of the best. 
I hope you enjoy! 


Alexander McQueen Fall 2011

Long live McQueen!
The McQueen never fails. I love this entire collection! I only posted a few pictures from it but checking it out on your own surely will not be a waste of time, trust me :)



i-D Spring 2011 Issue

The Exhibitionist Issue
Lady GaGa
The monster in Mugler
Photographer: Mariano Vivanco
Fashion Director: Nicola Formichetti


Brass Not Knuckles

Sergio Rossi
This reminds me of a childhood  song:
"head, shoulders, knees, and toes (knees and toes)"



One Shot

What a fun day of shopping I had.
I am about to get a new job, when I find one, so my sister and I went out to buy some more professional clothing.
When we decided to take pictures my sister's camera wouldn't come on so we used my friend's and she only had two available space..lol
and to top it off right after I took my picture the camera died so I didn't even get to look at it or take it over.
I only had one shot!

I think it worked out pretty good although the lighting wasn't too great.



Shoegasm: Christian Louboutin

Christian Louboutin
Bad girls have way more fun!


Dreaming of Another World

Magazine: Vogue Italia/March 2011
Photographer: Tim Walker
Model: Guinevere van Seenus
Stylist: Jacob K.
"Dead gorgeous"