Allow me to introduce you to MDP's new shop of the month SHIP & SHAPE! It's their vibrant Summer Look Book that earned them the spot. Take a look!
Entries in summer (6)
I love getting funky with my polish. I see my nails as little canvases that I can practically do anything with! If you're looking for a little inspiration, Pshiiit has the best collection of nail-art demos I've seen. Here are some of my favorites.
They're perfect for bringing a splash of color to your little hand canvases this Summer :)
I really am the queen of bad hair days. Realllly bad ones. I have very fine & wavy hair which is a terrible combination when you wake up and want to do something quick and easy- to cover up what the untamable beast, that is the pillow, has done to you. I will jump on any new idea that will help me cover it up: hats, scarves, helmets, you name it... So when I saw this lovely blog of beautiful fashionista Keiko Lynn, I knew I had to share some of her hair-wrapping tricks that I hope will get you as excited as it did for me. Her outfits are also quite adorable if you're looking for a little bit of style-inspiration. But today I want to focus on these beautiful scarves she uses to wrap around her pulled up hair. SO cute and stylish- and did I mention- perfect for a bad hair day!? LOVE.
Guess who's excited to have her very own outdoor patio? That's right... me! I'm moving into my new place next month- and believe it or not, I'm just as thrilled about the outdoor space as I am the inside! When I saw all these great outdoor Summer pieces from Terrain, I knew I had to share...
Check out the Summer lookbook from Oysho. It's all about blues this season... which is awesome because it looks good on everyone... and isn't quite as season-specific. So pick up new blue pieces in the Summer and you can transition them into the winter wardrobe as well! LOVE that.
I wish it was warmer out... it would be a good enough excuse to serve up cocktails out of a watermelon.
You need a keg shank- and a delicious recipe...
Puree 4 cups watermelon chunks; strain.Stir in 4 ounces Alize Red Passion or other fruit-flavored liqueur, 8 ounces gin and 2 cups sour mix; chill. Add sparkling rose before serving. Garnish with lime. Makes 10 to 12 drink.
P.S. this can be buzz-free if you substitute the liquer with sprite :)
I could drink just about anything out of these awesome pewter animal shot glasses from aplustore.