During the first weeks of the year everybody is talking about their hopes for 2016. A new year always gives us the sense of reaching a milestone and fills us with positive energy. We feel like we could accomplish anything life trows at us.
After thinking about my own resolutions deeply, I came to the conclusion that I should include to be a more sensible consumer in my list. In the past I could go nuts during the sales season and buy things I would not think of buying if it wasn’t for their bargain price tags. I have to recognize that is not a responsible attitude neither towards the environment, nor for my wallet, so in the last years I always think twice before making a purchase.
Some years ago I published a post about skull printed items when this trend was at its highest peak. What I’ve gladly discovered recently it’s that a lot of followers kept reading my content, despite the more than probable fact the products displayed in it are not available anymore. This is the main reason why I’ve decided to publish a new edition of ‘Let’s go back to SKULL’. Oh, well, and Halloween is just around the corner, so I guess this is the perfect timing too. 😉 (more…)
If you have read ‘These Heels…’ most recent posts, then you surely remember my new obsession with original and bespoke wedding dresses. Most probably, neither you, nor I have the budget and celeb status to hire Carolina Herrera for an exclusive outfit, like Olivia Palermo did. The greatest part of us, simple mortals, will have to balance a limited budget with our needs of style and personal preferences.
Today I want to explore with you some of the most stunning and unconventional wedding dresses. The idea came from four celebrities whose wedding outfits are still stuck on my mind. Solange Knowles, Poppy Delevingne, Olivia Palermo and Sophia Webster were not only precious on their special days, but the most important, their gowns show their personalities.