My dear friend is in town from Abu Dhabi and she came bearing gifts from her travels to Bali and Beijing. This is jumper is one of them.
I was traipsing around Target the other day and stumbled upon these beauties:
I felt so sultry with them on, lol. I love the multiple layer effect.
I had a fabulous day at the IMA. I took my boys to see the awesome Dream Cars exhibit. One of the other exhibits I visited was couture fashion. Here is a peek of what I saw!
The layout was very sleek and sophisticated.
Yes to the dress!
And these as well…
I have my eye on two things at the moment, both so pretty and girly. The first is a pair of pale pink heels with an oversized bow by Jeffrey Campbell. I really, really like these!
This is known as a bum” bag in Great Britain aka a fanny pack in America. I know that they might not be in style, but this one is so stylish. The sequins glam it up a notch. Plus, these bags are totally convenient.
I have many pairs of shoes, but not of all types. I have lots of heels, sandals, and tennis shoes. However, I recently noticed that I only have one pair of casual flats!
Don’t get me wrong-love my high heels, but even I must admit that they are not always practical. Especially the older I get. Also, I don’t like walking in them on uneven surfaces because it wears them down faster. When I go to work in the mornings, I put my heels in my bag and put them on in the building to avoid walking in them on the rough parking lot.
So it looks like I’ll be investing in some casual flats in the near future!
It’s getting hot outside! I thought I’d take my kids out of their usual element to get some work down. Of course I couldn’t resist snapping a few pics.
Shoes: Vera Wang via Kohl’s
Hey dolls, I spent the weekend in Las Vegas to partake in the fight and all of its festivities. We stayed at the colossal MGM Grand. It was my first time visiting Vegas but I doubt my last. It was so many people from all over the world in town for the slug fest. I was quite overwhelmed by the masses. Next time I go I’ll be sure to avoid any major event.