My obsession with the color blue, comes out in more ways than I realized.
A good way to look sexy while attending holiday parties, and still be covered up is wearing leather on your body in all the right places! The statement making material will have others thinking the same thing the fabric is suppose to do, hug your body just right, and not let it go. For some, a little goes a long way, so instead of trying Michelle Phiffer’s Catwoman’s approach to leather-out, try leggings, dresses or tops with leather inserts or a leather jacket or cape layered well with contrasting colors and textures. Also, if you want to tone it down a bit, pair your leather pieces with very feminine, girlish items or neutral colors.
Star light, star bright, the first star I see tonight; I wish I may, I wish I might, that Santa will bring me my
Love heart on Christmas night. As much as we love the materialistic stuff received during the holidays, most of us know that love surpasses all of that. So of course I had to find a way to get our materialistic needs to meet that all important emotion. Tuleste Market’s jewelry winter collection throughout the video showcased the perfect union of wishing on some stars to get some love. Tuleste Market’s heart shaped pieces shows others that sleeves are not the only places we can wear our hearts on. Also, you don’t have to wait for a falling star to make a wish; adorn your body with a couple of stars and get your wish-on!
Last week I posted some great outfit options we can wear while singing our own version of Christmas carols, then wear again long after we ring in the New Year. (here, here and here.) Before the end of the week, there will be more styling tips, but today I wanted to share the video my friend, and videographer Sino Chum of Camko Creative created to show what happens when stars meet hearts.
For info on some of the looks check out the following:
Most of us have tried the day to night look several times, but what about some night pieces incorporated into your daytime look? I left the lingerie inspired looks out of this one.