If you love fashion as much as I do, then you probably appreciate a good fashion show or two. Fall fashion is the most sought after season especially when it comes to the French designers, Chanel, Balmain, and Dior to name a few. How about a fashion show with vintage designer pieces updated with new designer pieces? That is exactly what the Alliance Francaise organization of Philadelphia and Chloe Johnston Boutique are bringing to Philly next month!
Lately, I'm having to go from one place to another much more frequently. Good thing about Philadelphia, is that a lot of places are fairly close to each other, but when they aren't, being on your feet can get quite uncomfortable. Sneakers have been my best friends as of late, and surprisingly very versatile.
Hello dear readers, I want to apologize for my lack of updates lately. As you know, life can be a wild roller coaster ride that takes you through many loops, highs and lows. Fortunately, I've been handed a lot of highs lately, that have been keeping me pretty busy. I've recently been creating a lot of art, although that might not sound like anything new to you! One of my NYE resolutions, from earlier this year was to participate in art exhibits and expose my brand even more than I have been. This Fall season, has proven just that!
|Illustrated by Jacqueline Davis Moranti|
Some of you might remember my ranting and raving about one of my latest beauty routine products, Kumari Luxury Oil. This wonderous oil helps my hair from knotting up and makes my ringlets feel absolutely silky. Not only does it accomplish making your hair look like you woke up fabulous, but it also makes your hair smell like a meadow of fresh flowers. Kumari Luxury Oil is truly an organic gift from nature, USDA certified ingredients to fit into any healthy lifestyle. Recently, this fantastic brand launched a crowd funding campaign to be sold at your local hair salon and specialty beauty retailer.
With the weather getting increasingly cooler, it's time to pull out the neutral pieces to the forefront of our wardrobes. Different shades of browns, grays and berries might be what most of our closets seem to look like, with a giant hint of black! As much as I love neutrals, especially my black pieces, I would still rather keep things somewhat bright and cheery. Obviously, I can't let go of my Summer wardrobe just yet! The best base color, next to black for me is navy. Navy is one of those colors that seems to get forgotten, but I want to make every use of it!