Thursday, April 17, 2014

Kiss Me, Quick!

When eShakti approached me to style a piece from their Spring collection, I was escstatic! My previous experience with the company was phenomenal, and this was no different. eShakti has easily customizable designs (sizes 0-36), in which you can decide on hem length (according to your height), pockets (!!!!) and other features for a minimal fee. This time around I chose a lip printed skirt, and let me tell you, I am crushing hard. I have wanted a lip print skirt since seeing the iconic Prada version and this beauty exceeded my expectations. Perfectly playful/fancy/fun, I have to resist the urge to wear it every single day.

Rodarte for Target jean jacket | Community Thrift & Vintage tee
Sheer tights | C/O eShakti lip print skirt | Cooperative wooden wedges

Friday, April 4, 2014

NCLA Nail Wraps.

As a nail art admirer, I must admit I seldom paint my own nails. My former job didn't allow polish, and although I have a plethora of colors and ideas, I don't seem to get around to it as often as I would like. So I call upon an ingenious solution: NCLA nail wraps! I'd spied their stellar designs from afar (that eye print tho...) so when Nail Polish Canada approached me to review some, I said naturally, yes!

I selected "Freshly Squeezed", a blue hued citrus motif and "Mod Cherry", a yellow based pop art inspired print. The wraps came swiftly, and were fairly painless to put on. Base coat, select a size and apply, then top coat! The hardest part is navigating air bubbles... This particular brand is fairly stretchy, so that helped the process. I think practice would greatly improve application as well. Now I can't stop staring at my nails! So far I've tried out "Freshly Squeezed", but I look forward to using other patterns as well. All in all, it's an easy way for a nail art novice to fake a professional look with little to no effort. A+ in my books!

this review is sponsored by Nail Polish Canada, all opinions are my own.

Wearing NCLA Nail Wraps in "Freshly Squeezed", LowLuv evil eye ring and silver ring from Front & Company.


Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Right Here Waiting.

I can't get enough of the preppy ease of crewneck sweaters and silk collared shirts. You could say that are staples in my wardrobe at this point, I find myself wearing this combination at least once a week!

Mohair sweater, Anthropologie skirt and vintage boots from Front & Company
Joe tights | Community Thrift & Vintage silk top
Urban Renewal trenchcoat | Topshop socks | Gifted Wilfred hat


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