Tag Archives: women

Sunny Side Up!

21 Feb
Sunny Side Up!

Print top
$5.12 – newchic.com

Open front jacket
$31 – yoins.com

One Teaspoon skinny leg jeans
$185 – harrods.com

Jimmy Choo stiletto pumps
$620 – farfetch.com

Grey messenger bag

Choker necklace
$4.31 – newlook.com

No Off Days…

21 Feb
No Off Days...

Dries Van Noten top

Valentino black coat
$1,505 – italist.com

Givenchy gray purse
$1,425 – ekseption.es

Jorge Adeler holiday earrings
$6,980 – jewelstreet.com

Black bangle
$555 – swarovski.com

Lace Me Up….

17 Feb
Lace Me Up....

Balmain black romper
$3,245 – net-a-porter.com

Forever 21 man bag

Givenchy watch
$1,625 – saksfifthavenue.com

3.1 Phillip Lim aviator sunglasses
$180 – modesportif.com


17 Feb

Rubeus handbags purse
$2,015 – luisaviaroma.com

Fine jewelry

Flower pendant

Le Specs sunglasses
$50 – veryexclusive.co.uk

Spring into Action..

17 Feb
Spring into Action..

Oasis long pink dress
$93 – oasis-stores.com

Rochas pink coat

Aquazzura shoes

Elie Saab pink handbag

Bulgari rose gold diamond earrings
$4,605 – selfridges.com

Ippolita rose quartz jewelry
$640 – saksfifthavenue.com

In Living Color

16 Feb
In Living Color

Tim Ryan collarless jacket

Leather handbag purse

Pomellato sparkle jewelry
$2,945 – harrods.com

Oscar de la Renta black tassel earrings
$445 – oscardelarenta.com

Le Specs black cat eye sunglasses
$50 – veryexclusive.co.uk

Class Clown

16 Feb
Class Clown

Topshop crop top
$12 – topshop.com

Moschino pink jacket
$2,075 – moschino.com

Moschino knee length skirt
$1,190 – moschino.com

Heels & pumps

Kurt Geiger leather handbag
$325 – kurtgeiger.com

Round glasses

Sprung into Spring!

16 Feb
Sprung into Spring!

Pink coat
$32 – yoins.com

Rupert Sanderson pumps

Kurt Geiger leather tote purse
$325 – kurtgeiger.com

Alexis Bittar bangle jewelry
$135 – neimanmarcus.com

I am Woman Hear Me Roar….

17 Jan

With us celebrating a day of freedom, equality, and justice; Martin Luther King Day…. It brought up so many thoughts of how we as women have overcome. In these coming years women have scaled the glass ceiling of human rights. Ethiopia has passed progressive abortion laws in Africa to fight against inhumane and unsafe abortions. In 2011 Brazil elected the first Woman President Dilma Rousseff into office.  With so much progression going forward I can’t see it coming to an end.

As women there are countries that we thrive in and for good reason. Sweden offers parents 16 months paid leave per child (with an incentive like that wouldn’t you enjoy parenting), Iceland offers one of the greatest forces of gender equality, Denmark spends 3% on government-funded child care and women make up 60% of the work force. And our good ole USA is ranked highest for woman pursing education…. We continue to climb the social ladder of success but we continue to make strides everyday as women. Remember the road to success is never easy but we are all standing on the shoulders of so many great women and men who have paved the way for us to dream, live and be FREE!

Woman must not accept; she must challenge.
She must not be awed by that which has been built up around her;
she must reverence that woman in her which struggles for expression.

~ Margaret Sanger ~

*Statistics provided by Newsweek 


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