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Friday, July 27, 2012

New Finds...

I haven't really been shopping in forever. Blame it on the recession... smh.
Anyways... It was a retail therapy well needed.
Very few stuff but its a matter of not overdoing things and just employing some self restraint...:)

Tory Bury Cosmetics Bag- Totally cute!
Modella Beverly Hills Cosmetics Organizer

Dollhouse Jelly flats-Super cool and comfortable!

I also purchased a  Chanel inspired tote...will add pics soon.





What recent buys do you have?
Feel free to share...

XXX


Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Start Anew

Hi. I'm gonna start afresh. I created a blog knowing full well that my schedule is crazy but I'm gonna try harder this time...
So yesterday being my birthday, I decided to dubb it "the first day of the rest of my life". This is because I'm making changes. One such change is to actually make blog entries and spruce up my blog somewhat. I will be opening up my world, exposing more of what it is that I do. What better time to start than the present, huh?

I celebrated the day of my birth yesterday. I woke up to a quiet but beautifully tranquil day. I had planned the days events in advance but... I changed my mind the minute I finished my daily devotion. The plan was to shower and go have breakfast (packed or take-out) at the waterfront (Kingston Harbour - because it can be sooo quiet if you're early), visit the National Gallery and Liberty Hall...after which i would stop by my friend's workplace, drag him to have lunch with me and chit chat a bit. Then, return home for a little siesta time and dinner @ Isiaa's.  That was what was suppose to have happened? Sounds good right?
 
 Waterfront, Kingston, Jamaica


 
Liberty Hall
    

Liberty Hall
However...what actually happened was... I showered. Brewed a cup of tea and flopped down on my couch. "Cabaret" was calling me... I watched that, then there was "rent", followed by "Chicago".... It was a musical marathon of a day!  I had a bite at "gourmet wings" ordered in and red wine (that's what I craved.)
 Today was all about what I wanted, which is exactly what I told nana when she called to wish me well on my day. 

Isiaa's Restaurant & Bar

Isiaa's was lovely... I felt like I was being specially catered to (the place was near empty; my friend and I were the only two people dining inside...other patrons dined on the balcony, LOL). The food was good, the service was good and the music....oh! Tina Turner, Aretha, the likes. The ambience was di-vine! 
I'm so sorry I didn't get the chance to take decent pics to share ( I forgot my cam)...but I did however take pics before I left home so at least you'll see the outfit.  Marvellous (even if early) end to a most wonderful day. HBD to me!
Top to Toe: Draped top; Puntocom (Similar) ,
Pinstripe shorts;George (Similar; WetSeal)
 Fuschia woven straw clutch; Avon,(Similar) or (Alternative)
Fuschia wedge; Delicious(Closest economical one) orThese

Shaboya!
(a.k.a  Fabulista876)


Monday, August 22, 2011

Black Out Friday --Jamaica

We all agree that these are harsh economic times. A time of financial embarrassment, bankruptcy, hiding from debt collectors...etc, etc. yaddi, yaddi, yadda... But is this excuse enough for corporate giants to wear us thin? Take us for every dollar etc.? No!
We each have to "pull our own weight" towards the improvement of our country... right?
There are companies existing in this beautiful land, who are the epitome of the embodiment of monotony and we all know that where there is no competition, the margin of error, vastly increases. By that I mean, there is little motive for improving goods and or services since there is but one supplier.
Case in point, our energy provider, the Jamaica Public Service Company Ltd, which is by the way, owned by Marubeni (not of Jamaica), is majority shareholder with the minuscule share of the company, a meagre 20% belonging to the government- SHAMEFUL!
Anyways, Friday 19/08/2011 was dubbed "J.P.S Black Out Friday". In support of a peaceful demonstartion so dubbed, customers  were urged to wear black in  protest against the high cost required of us on our  electricity bills.
My bestie and I sported outfits below....

My BFF and I leaving work...
I'm wearing: Shirt- ColdWater Creek,Jeggings - Mossimo, Shooties-Madden Girl, Hobo- fendi-inspired.

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Monday, August 15, 2011

I Know My Body

Knowing your body is what is like the foundation of successful style. What some folks don't understand is that....
You can be trendy but not fashionable, fashionable yet not stylish. If you have a sense of fashion... you will agree that body type is fundamental to successful styling. I have an hourglass figure and I rock it. Being stylish is 50% attitude. Exude confidence and people will take note.
My style is infectious....and I'd like to keep it that way. So styling....
Rain Style Jelly Ankle BootsBlack Hoodie(Nike),
 Denim Skirt(American Eagle)
Patent Tote
Beach Party---Sheer TopDenim SkirtGladiators


Work Attire- Faux Wrap DressLace Cami,
 Mary JanesSunglassesWhite Belt.
(Actually, the belt is bronze, but turned inside out, its white).

So Blue for blues....

I'm now in the place where planning an outfit is beginning to feel overrated and its like... what's up with that!
Grossly overrated. Lately its been pretty much grab and go when dressing these days.
 The reason for this is because its so damn hot! I can't tolerate the closeness of jeans, even leggings are a bit much @ times.... SMH. Anywhooo....enough babbling.

Blue Tunic Dress (seen here- Old Navy) Alternate

Forever21... seen in previous post.

Tube DressBlack Thong Sandals

Navy 3/4 sleeve top (no boundaries), Floral Skirt(lands end),
Peep toe Shooties (Madden girl).