Monday, November 24, 2014
Sweatshirt: Walt Disney World, Vest: Madewell, Backpack: Tory Burch, Tee: Old Navy, Pants: Eileen Fisher, Shoes: Ferragamo
*Photographs taken by the BF.
Sunday, November 23, 2014
I'm a nail and cuticle bitter - it's ironic as I've always been conscious of how I dress and represent myself publicly. As everything else that's recently been featured on my blog, my cousin introduced me to Jamberry Nails - she was hosting a party on the site and suggested I buy some of the products.
I have to admit I was incredibly skeptical to click the purchase button.
Not surprisingly, I was wrong.
These nail stickers are amazing. Every time I wear them someone asks me where I got my nails done. And the best part?
They never chip!
While in Florida I tried my cousin's Jamberry dryer and loved that as well. I'm now decked out in Jamberry products - my cousin has no idea the monster she created.
When I used to paint my own nails I hated how they would sometimes bubble or smudge. Well, these nail stickers don't do that.
Now my nails are long and beautiful. I'll never say I won't be a nail and cuticle bitter again, but these nail stickers have certainly changed that habit.
If you're interested in purchasing a set of nail stickers visit Jamberry Nails and mention Fashionable Collections upon check out!
*Collage created by Gabriela Monsanto. Images taken from Jamberrynails.net.
Thursday, November 20, 2014
I've been holding out on a very big secret - Abercrombie & Fitch is awesome.
It's awesome for multiple reasons:
1. I can still fit into it (go me)!
2. It's cheap.
3. It's stylish!
That's right, Abercrombie is stylish. After I saw other bloggers wearing Abercrombie & Fitch I decided to give it a shot and now I'm sort of addicted.
I wore this outfit the other day and I realized I looked like I was going to school. I hope other people felt that way because that means I've still got my young looks.
I'll take, "Oh, I thought you were in college" for as long as I can.
*Collage created by Gabriela Monsanto.
Sunday, November 16, 2014
As a promotion for Everlane's Modern Loafer a friend and I visited their NYC showroom. I had been eyeing some Everlane goods online but never made any purchases. I was incredibly impressed with the quality of their pieces - particularly the tees.
Unfortunately the party was a madhouse, so we didn't get to try on the loafers. I do like them in the olive color, however, I'm not sure I can justify spending $165.00 dollars on them - simply because everything else from this brand is very reasonably priced.
My favorite part of the party was the floral arrangements. I have officially gathered ample inspiration for future get togethers of my own.
*Photographs taken by Gabriela Monsanto.