Mother’s Day Gift Idea: Personalised luxury from Tiffany & Co. via

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I’ve always found that the path to gifting someone a piece of ‘fashion’ is littered with complexities. As much as we’re told that ‘it’s the thought that counts’, each of us want to make sure that our gift does not come across as subpar. It’s not ego that makes that the case, rather our desire to show our love and appreciation. So it is that we seek out the gift whose quality is at least recognisable to the recipient, a desire which generally sees us contemplating gifts from the known fashion and jewellery houses. Houses whose reputation for doing things best precedes them. One problem solved.

That in itself raises another gifting complexity, however – how does one purchase something from such houses without forsaking the quality a gift for a loved one needs: individuality? The right marquee alone doesn’t say everything we need – the gift itself needs to be perfect for the individual.

With Mother’s Day looming it was this careful process required of gifting that my thoughts entertained as I made my way down Sydney’s George Street, pausing beneath various marquee emblazoned awnings to avoid the autumn rains before I entered the genial world of Tiffany & Co.

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Revealed: Kate Middleton’s Wedding Dress Is Done By Sarah Burton – Bornrich

Revealed: Kate Middleton’s Wedding Dress Is Done By Sarah Burton – Bornrich

Few minutes before, Royal bride Kate Middleton stepped out of the Rolls Royce Phantom VI Landaulet and entered the Westminster Abbey. Her wedding dress was a big mystery and now, it’s been revealed. Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen has designed the wedding dress, which is an ivory gown with lace applique floral detail. The train of the dress measures just 2.7 meters. There is no word yet on the actual price of the Kate’s wedding dress. The skirt was handmade by the royal school of needlework at Hampton Court.

Kate Middleton’s Wedding Dress via VF Daily VF Daily:

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And at last, we know:

Catherine Middleton, Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge, wore a nip-waisted, long-sleeved dress (Grace Kelly alert!) with sheer, cream-lace arms and a V-neckline over a form-fitting bodice; on her head, she wore a slim, feminine tiara, covered with a stunning scalloped-lace-edged veil. The skirt was full with a long train, with a ruffled bustle at the train’s top—but the fullness and train-length are notably scantier than those of Diana, whose cream-puff dress notably burst forth in crinkly fashion from that carriage 30 years ago. Catherine’s earrings were dangling, diamond-encrusted drops; her hair was swept off her face, but down in the back in loose curls around her lace-covered shoulders. Her bouquet was a humble, wildflower–esque green-and-white posey, and her attendants wore the same shade of creamy white.

3 Best Nude Pumps – Spring 2011 Shoe Trend via Fashion

3 Best Nude Pumps – Spring 2011 Shoe Trend: “

With a wide range of beautifully crafted shoes to choose from, nude pumps will be your ultimate staple. Not only does the nude color perfectly complement the best Spring 2011 looks, it also makes legs look miles long. Wear them anytime you need to shine taking a leaf out of A-listers’ book. Pair them up with a favorite skirt, dress or denim for a look that’s lovely and lethal.

Celebrity Nude Pumps

Victoria Beckham, Angelina Jolie, Rihanna, , Mila Kunis in Nude Pumps

Nude pumps truly have a crowd of celebrities (including Victoria Beckham, Angelina Jolie, Rihanna, , Mila Kunis) at their feet (this saying is a bit funny, do you imagine shoes’ feet?).


L.A.M.B. Women’s Cahoot Nude Pump

L.A.M.B. is a beautiful, timeless, crazy-fun collection of shoes (and clothing) based on Gwen Stefani’s personal style and creativity. With a sleek, skinny heel of Cahoot nude pump complementing your sensational stride and a sturdy platform to keep you steady, nothing stands in your way.

Giuseppe Zanotti

Giuseppe Zanotti Women’s Nude Pump

Giuseppe Zanotti is clearly a designer with an exceptionally refined sensibility, he’s a man who has been working in luxury footwear for women for over twenty years! So it’s clear it doesn’t get more classic and timeless with these nude pumps. The well-appointed pump features simple, sleek, sexy lines making it a versatile addition to your shoe wardrobe.

Women’s Irina Nude Platform Pump

Make your entrance wearing these sky-high beauty nude pumps. The Brazilian made and French inspired pumps feature a sculpted vamp, sexy curves, and a figure-flattering tall heel and platform. Crafted from glossy patent leather these nude pumps will make you feel more like a lioness!

T.I. – Hip-Hop Artist {Fashionable} Breakthrough with AKOO Clothing

Female hip-hop artist and athletes have held it down when it comes to being fashionable, for example Nicki Minaj, Queen Latifia, Venus and Serena Williams to name a few. But, when you consider male hip-hop artist and athletes, a number of things come to mind and one must add fashionably conscious to that list!


Now, more and more male rappers and athletes are becoming more concerned with their image and a few are becoming the go-to-guides for what to wear and what not to wear. Hip Hop mogul T.I. and Grand Hustle Entertainment CEO, Jason Geter, founders of AKOO, are the perfect examples of artist moving towards a more polished, refined and overall debonair look.


The brand is loved and worn by many a-list celebrities to include New York Giant, Ramses Barden, and breakout artist Chester Gregory, who was spotted most recently performing in the brand. To find out more information about the latest collection from AKOO, click on the link

H&M to Launch Online Shopping

For those that have missed it, H&M has launched their new online shopping website! This is 100% Diva-licious, especially since it’s one of my favorite “trendy” stores. Click on the link below to start shopping online…

H&M to Launch Online Shopping

The chain won’t launch e-commerce for another year, and Racked wonders if this means the U.S. will have access to the label’s plus-size line called Inclusive; however, Jezebel notes that the line is a one-off (so when it sells out, it’s gone) and currently only available online to people in European shipping zones. On the upside, H&M’s e-shop may have a pivotal effect on how ravenous fans navigate shopping the designer collaboration collections. We could wait in line in front of our computer all day if we had to, to shop those. It’s not like we even have a choice about that.


wearing green belt from H&M

ready for the alpha/aka happy hour in H&M dress (jewelry from Tiffany & Co.)

my latest dress from H&M

Beauty Buzz: Moroccanoil Intense Hydrating Mask: review + WIN via

Kelly Rowland uses morroccanoil on her hair to get that beautiful shine!

Moroccanoil Intense Hydrating Mask: review + WIN: “Posted in Fashion » Fashion Blog » Hairstyles » Hair Products & Hair Care

There are few brand names that reach your ears by word of mouth before they do from marketing efforts, and Moroccanoil is one of them. It’s a testament to the loyal following of the brand; Moroccanoil’s users are also advocates, a powerful thing, and having been recommended their products by numerous people I was particularly keen to see if the buzz was warranted. Add to that the fact that I seem to be following Winter around the world, and there could really be no better time to be slathering on a rich deep conditioning treatement like Moroccanoil’s Intense Hydrating Mask.

The consistency of the mask is a thick creme. I used quite a bit in order to really work enough into my hair (my hair is relatively long), but in future applications I could probably be more sparing. The scent of Moroccanoil’s mask is subtle and pleasing to the nose. I can’t find any fault with the look, feel, or smell of the product.

To achieve this look, morrocanoil was applied!

I left the treatment in for a good 10 minutes which was simple enough (no hot towels or fancy applications needed), rinsed, then dried my hair. The results were promising: my winter-ravaged hair felt immediately healthier and more hydrated without feeling like I’d just piled on a bucketload of chemicals. Unlike most treatments I’ve used in the past, which leave my hair silky but flat, the Moroccanoil mask didn’t lose volume. This is pretty much the number one point for me: I’m rather attached to my volume, so a product that leaves my hair healthier without leaving it limp gets a huge score in my book.

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