Wednesday, November 24, 2010
If you're traveling across the country or across the street this Thanksgiving Thursday, be safe, be happy, and most of all be thankful :) Happy Thanksgiving!
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Friday, November 12, 2010
I recently started a new job...YAY! In my previous job, my work dress code consisted of jeans, jeans, and more jeans. I would wake up and figure out what jeans I wanted to wear and then decide if I wanted to dress them up or down. The process was pretty simple. Now, I work in a business casual environment and after just two days at my new job I'm struggling to figure out what to wear Monday. I love a good reason to go shopping (I'm sure my husband isn't a fan of that philosophy), but I feel like that's the easy way out. So this weekend I'm asking for your advice on how I can spice up some items I already have in my wardrobe. I already have some ideas but I'd love to hear all suggests! Thanks and have a great weekend everyone :)
Monday, November 8, 2010
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Monday, November 1, 2010
I found out about this great eyeglass company called, Warby Parker, from my husband. In his beloved GQ magazine a few months ago, he read an article about an eyeglass company that allowed you to "test" frames at home before buying them free of charge. The frames cost only $95 and get this....the lenses are FREE! I know crazy right? But that's not all, they also donate a pair of eyeglasses to someone in need for every pair of eyeglasses they sell :) Needless to say, since the GQ magazine plug, their demand for "testing" frames at home has become overloaded. But for this lucky New Yorker, they have a showroom in the city now. I was able to go and try on all the frames and decided on the above style...what do you guys think? All orders are done online so you'll have to wait to see what I look like wearing my new spectacles...but if I don't like them for some reason, I get 30 days to return them. How sweet is that?!
Me as "Medusa"
a toddler as "Chucky"
Oh how I love Halloween...especially in a fun city like NYC! Anyone can throw on a scary mask but I love when people get really creative with their costume. Above are a few of my favorites from yesterday and my costume as well. I really liked the idea of making my hair look like snakes and putting snakes in my hair. The funniest and creepiest was the little kid dressed up as "Chucky"...wearing no mask, no wig! Hope your Halloween was fun, safe, and memorable. Time to start thinking of the costume ideas for next year :)