Here is to the 80’s!

We all love different fashion decades, and even though I am a 20’s girl at heart, 80’s fashion appeals to me and has somehow found it’s way into my closet!

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Pants – Vintage Alfred Dunner // Shoes – Unknown brand (bought in Russia) // Purse – Coach (vintage)

White lace top – my Grandma’s (vintage from Russia) // Striped Jacket – Necessary Objects //

Watch – Marc by Marc Jacobs

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And remember no matter what you do…

2013-05-06 20.21.03Happy Thursday! Do you know what’s the best thing about Thursday? That it’s almost Friday!



Twenties Girl

Totally stealing the title of Sophie Kinsella’s book for this post and IFB Project #21 “What’s your favorite style decade?”

It didn’t take me too long to decide on my favorite decade, because how can you not love the silhouette where the key was feminine grace, but without curves. For girls like me, it’s the perfect fit, and if desired, the straight dress can always be belted for a more defined look!

Most people tend to think of the 1920’s style as the Flapper Look. The short,flared mini skirt with headbands and long cigarette holders etc, but this style applies more to the 1960’s revival of the roaring Twenties look, made popular by films such as the amazing Cabaret, and The Boyfriend, starring Twiggy.

Twenties are everything I am and always planning on staying – skinny, vibrant, and full of character!

Now all I need is to learn Charleston 😉



He is checking out some weird books!

That’s what the librarian is going to say if she looks at my fiance’s record:

– Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella

– Mini Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella

and The Lies that Chelsea Handler told me – requested

He will be notified once that last one is ready to be picked up too!

I hate using other people’s things, especially library cards. I really don’t want them to know what I read. Because I usually read God knows what. At least I strayed away from the HP series. Now Sophie Kinsella and I have a long lasting relationship. Ever since I started nannying for the G family in New Jersey, she’s been there for me. Then I moved to NYC and had to deal with the K family. Sophie was there for me no matter what. Yes, sometimes her name was Madeline Wickham, but she was good nevertheless.

She makes me feel good about myself, and my minor shopping addiction. I love shopping, especially for hair products. And those of you who know me, also know about the hair struggles I’ve been through! Anyways, my point is – Reading is Sexy and go check out your local library, mine has birch trees out front 🙂

What are you reading this week?