Saturday, March 15, 2014

Midi Skirts

Midi Skirts

Midi Skirts by leahla featuring an analog watch

Lately I have been obsessing over midi skits...and Gossip Girl.  
Spring is around the corner (finally!) and the perfect addition to any wardrobe is, of course, a midi skirt.  Feminine, ladylike, and youthful, midi skirts come on a verity of different skirt styles and fabrics. My personal favorites are the tulle (because it is so princess-y), pleated, and mesh peep through ones (as shown is the last photo).  You can wear it with a basic crop top or an elaborate long sleeve shirt, the possibilities are endless, plus it works for any season.  The only concern I have with these skirts is that they are so large! By large I mean very thick, therefore taking up a lot of closet space. But if you are willing to compromise a little less closet space for a pretty skirt, I definitely recommend a midi skirt. All photos (of people) via Pintrest and I made the collage on Polyvore to show you how I would style these skirts. 
Gossip Girl, my latest show addiction, finished airing last year but I finally got around to watching it on Netflix. I have officially learned what binge watching is and how to use Netflix. I know, I'm a bit late to the party. The show is about Upper East Side New York kids and their daily lives narrated by Kristen bell, who plays the voice of Gossip Girl. If you haven't already seen it, I completely recommend watching it, unless you want to keep your social life, then I recommend you stay away from it. But if you have time or are board, you should go check out the show.
That's all for now!

Saturday, March 1, 2014

How to: Do heart nails

Items Needed: At least 2 different nail polish colors (preferably from the same color pallet)
                                 Top Coat
                                 Tooth Picks
                                 Paper towel  
Step 1: Paint two coats of nail polish on your nails. Let them dry.
Step 2: Put a couple drops of the other color(s) onto the paper towel
Step 3: Angle your toothpick sideways and dab it into the drop of nail polish. Angle the toothpick sideways onto you nail bed to create a sideways line. 
Step 4: Repeat step 3 but now angle the toothpick in the other direction to connect the two lines together. Repeat to all other nails and add a top coat.

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