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Tom Fords New Ad

Tom Ford has a new ad for his fall campaign and it is live right now. It features various personalities such as Patrick Scharzenegger, Ella Richards and more. Read more at WWD for more on the full ad campaign.

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Some Of Resort 2015 Finest Accessories

Although there are many fabulous designers who showed their 2015 resort collections, I’ve sorted through them all and have chosen a few of my favorite pieces that will be available soon and believe me, it was a difficult task. From Chloè to Louis Vuitton, these accessories will have you wanting them all and now.

CHARLOTTE OLYMPIA

Known for her quirky and fun designs, has given us the perfect resort collection of colorful and playful accessories

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CHLOÈ

Chloè is always that classic and chic designer that creates feminine collections no matter what season

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CHANEL

Karl Lagerfeld, what more can I say?

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LOUIS VUITTON

Since Nicholas Ghesquière’s takeover of Louis Vuitton from the superb Marc Jacob’s, its been sheer perfection. He has made a smooth transition from his predecessor and has given us a delightful new view on an iconic brand.

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Elizabeth and James

Mary Kate and Ashley Olson know what they are doing when it comes to fashion. They combine their love for it and their flare for designing.

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10 Things You Can Only Wear in Your 20s – Harper’s BAZAAR Magazine

 

10 Things You Can Only Wear in Your 20s - Harper's BAZAAR Magazine

So I stumbled across this article in Harpers Bazaar and I as I was reading it, I was really quite baffled. Ok, I get it, I totally agree that there are some things that a woman shouldn’t wear past a certain age. Trust me, I wouldn’t be caught dead in several of the looks, but some of the suggestions were really irritating because, if worn right on a woman past her 20′s, it can still look classy. Say for instance the hot pink or orange lipstick. This color is not just for the 20 something, although it does go with a certain skin tone. There are older women in their 50′s and 60′s who can really rock certain outfits depending on their style and how well they keep themselves up. Another issue I have is the ‘no make-up to work’, yes, going completely bare is a no no. But, some women do not need a ton of makeup. A bit of mascara, blush and lipgloss will do.  There are a few more there, that are just a bit insidious. Especially to say that only the 20 something can wear sneakers with a dress. I love you Harper’s but, just look at the entire fashion community, especially during fashion week. Do you think the styles being worn are just the 20 something wearing them? I don’t think so…..

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A Link On Five Up And Coming Blogs

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I just had to share this link on 5 up and coming bloggers on which I wrote for Hit The Floor Magazine. I love the blogging community because we support each other and yes, there really are bloggers out there that write for the love of it. I enjoy reading all of the blogs I follow, but read more here on the 5 on which I thought were up and coming:

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My Contribution To Trend Privé Magazine

Hello everyone!!! I am so excited to share with you my article in which I had the honor of writing for Trend Privé Magazine. Trend Privé is an international non profit magazine that is dedicated to humanitarian causes which they donate their proceeds. They focus on every artists strength and focuses on every aspect such as fashion, film, music and art. The goal is to tell stories through photography and creativity using contributors from around the world. I’ve had the pleasure of working with an amazing group and hope to continue this opportunity with them. Thank you Catalina Magee, Editor-in-Chief and Ema Privendo, Social Media/Assistant!

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Hit The Floor Magazine

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As a blogger/writer, there comes a time when you’re given the chance to showcase your thoughts for others. For the past 2 months I have been given the opportunity to demonstrate my writing abilities for Hit The Floor Magazine. Hit The Floor.com is a magazine dedicated to keeping the reader up to date on everything pertaining to film, fashion and music. Since my inception of writing for Hit The Floor.com I am absolutely loving it. As a blogger/writer I am able to share my love of fashion and everything else in-between not only with my audience but with a wider range audience as well. If you’re looking to read about the latest scoop on celebrities, fashion and music, you have to visit Hit The Floor.com because you’ll not only read the latest and greatest, but you’ll learn things you never knew.

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Guy Bourdin

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When you think of one of the most influential fashion photographers, who comes to mind? Mario Testino? Although he maybe one, but well before Mario Testino, there was Guy Bourdin. Guy Bourdin, the French fashion photographer of the 70′s, who photographed for French Vougue and Charles Jourdin is widely known for his off the wall, sometimes a bit macabre set creations. Using models and wild, intense eye shadows, lipsticks and blushes on them to be portrayed as victims to show how lucid the clothes or shoes that were to be conveyed as the main focal point. He transformed the way fashion photography is perceived, using it in a strange way; a very non conforming way. The models poses were displayed with sometimes graphic poses and growls as facial interpretations. In celebrating this unusual photography figure, Makeup icon NARS, is launching Nars Bourdin, the collection with bright blushes, eyeshadows and lipstick that imitate the iconic photos of Bourdin. Per the New Yorker —Bourdin became one of the most influential and mythic fashion photographers of the twentieth century.
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Fashion and comfort with First Street Fashion

First Street Fashion has done it again! They’ve added some amazing new designers that create the most adorable jersey dresses, pants and skirts, sweaters, jackets and more. As I was looking through the new collections, I found myself wanting buy so much. Both collections look of comfort, chic and sexy.

The first line is FrockLA, their semi-wide leg pants can be dressed up or down with a pair of heels or sandals. The faux wrap dress is sexy and hot and can also be dressed up or down. Now, the black Nicole dress is pure sexy, with the open back and the length is definitely a date dress.

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Emma Semi-Wide leg Pants $188 First Street Fashion
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Gwen V-Neck Jersey Tee $58First Street Fashion
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Mel Faux Wrap dress $160 First Street Fashion
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Nicole Dress $185 First street fashionimageThe back of the Nicole dress available in other colors

The other new line is Lolly, they make clothes that can be worn for comfort and lounging along with jackets. I was drawn to several items such as the Fiona sleeveless top, the Fransica sweater, it looks so soft and comfortable. Another is the Giada sweater, can you say so cute? I love the versatility of it, pair with a pair of distressed boyfriend jeans or a pair of leggings. The last item is the Lizette Jacket, it’s 100% cotton so you know it will be soft when you wear it.

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Fiona $105 First street fashion
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Giada Sweater in black $112 First street fashion
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Lizette Jacket $112 First Street Fashion

First street Fashion has these along with other great designers and will only continue to get more, it would behoove everyone to check them out. You’ll like what you see.

Off the beaten path

The post I am about to write may not be about fashion at the moment and since my mind is not all clear they may be double words or words that may mot make since. As I’ve wrote about having a condition called complex regional Pain syndrome from an auto accident I was in over 3 yrs ago. Which the main reason I started blogging. The disease is commonly called RSD (reflex sympathetic dystrophy). It started out with what they thought was a simple shoulder sprain, but the injury in my shoulder turned out to be worse than what was thought, but in the mean time I developed this neurological disease which caused my nerves to go out out ‘whack’ as the Dr’s call it. With an shoulder arthroscopy done, they warned that the surgery could make it worse and it did. After numerous treatments and after finding the best dr, I went on suffering for another 2 yrs. Nothing seemed to help so what we thought was the last resort was a spinal cord stimulator, a device that is implanted into a part of my body which then gives off electromagnetic waves pulsing through my effected part of my body. I would be able to control the amount of pulses and wouldn’t need the battery changed for about 5 yrs. But consensus with everyone in my family seemed to wait and see. Two days before my scheduled surgery date to get the implant, we went to visit Dr Debruin of Folsom Ca. Who has been trained by Dr Schartzman,the pioneer in ketamine, Dr Debruin came highly recommended by my neurologist so I felt in good hands. So our decision was made, hold off on the stimulator to see how these Ketamine infusions help.

Yesterday was the first of my infusion (i’m there from 9 am to 2:30) which is probably why I was so quiet on all the social Media networks. Each infusion is started at a low dose, so I came home and crashed the entire night, just with a break to eat dinner. Today’s dose was higher and will only continue to get higher. The whole goal is to not ‘cure’ the disease, but to decrease my amount of pain and to eventually lower the dose of meds I’m on.

So you see why I delve myself into the world of fashion? It makes me happy, it takes away the constant thoughts of what I deal with on a daily basis and takes me back to my boutique owning days… The Normal days. I hope you can see my love of fashion and beauty blogging and what I do to keep myself normal.

Much love,

Adrielyn