Saturday, October 16, 2010
Feeling animalistic? Brian Atwood's Python Bootie will have you slithering into every man's most salacious fantasies. This shoe has you covered in every department. Along with driving men crazy women will be envious of your Lady Gaga like boldness. How I've been able to live life not knowing this amazing piece of art is unknown. Atwood has outdone himself this fall, he definitely knows what a woman needs!
Monday, October 11, 2010
Finally, fall is here!
I don't know about you, readers, but my favorite part of fall is - shocker - the clothes. There's nothing like pulling on a new sweater, jacket, or cape to get into the spirit of the season!
Continuing with its awesome offers of taking 25 percent off the hottest looks for this fall, White House Black Market is now offering the discount on jackets!
And really, what's better than a sale on the hottest outerwear to get you ready for the season?!
The sale lasts through this Saturday, October 16. Be sure to use offer code 9382 at whbm.com or when checking out at your local WHBM boutique to get your discount!
Check below for some of my favorite looks, which can be found here: http://bit.ly/cKxexO.
Suede Ruffle Jacket (as seen in Lucky):
Menswear Inspired Sweater Jacket (as seen in Harper's Bazaar):
Peplum Sweater Jacket (as seen in People's Stylewatch):
Sunday, October 10, 2010
If you read that line and immediately thought of a scantily clad Isaiah Mustafa, you're not alone. Mustafa served as the wildly popular face (and body) of Old Spice with his "Man Your Man Could Smell Like" commercials.
Recently, there has been speculation that NFL star Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens is replacing Mustafa.
Mustafa garnered instant fame when his Old Spice commercials hit the web, and Old Spice was lauded for a genius marketing ploy. Now, however, Old Spice has seemingly chosen to replace the now well-recognized Mustafa in favor of an NFL linebacker.
Joining Old Spice in the "trying to fix what isn't broken" category this week is Gap. Every major newspaper, magazine, and blogger has taken to his or her medium this week to call out Gap on its hideous new logo.
Many questioned why Gap would change its iconic logo - which is easily recognized all over the world - to one that is just, well, awful.
See the two logos below and voice your opinion: is Gap moving in the right direction with the new logo?
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