“Good Morning Upper East Siders. Gossip Girl here. And I have the biggest news ever. Spotted: Lonely boy, shoe-less and clueless.”
Oh, how I do miss GG. I’m sure there’s a few of you reading this thinking the exact same thing. Give me New York, a killer wardrobe, and Chuck Bass any day over reality. But, for those of us still struggling to find our own way to the Upper East Side, we have to get our “Spotted” news elsewhere. And so, God created the spotted pant.
Yes. I wore polka dots. I picked these up on a trip to Manhattan’s H&M a few years back, but pushed them to the back of my closet, because come on. No one wants to look like they’ve just skinned a dalmatian. But. The other day I’m staring into my closet, trying to figure out an outfit, when these peek out from a pile of clothes on a rack, and I must say, I’ve has a change of heart . Yes, they’re absolutely outspoken and scary, but they have this cool artsy sense about them, something street-chic and completely spontaneous. Paired with a bright peach bag and black tee, also from the fashion house, and my trusty Prada flats, I think I’m in love.
Thoughts? Love it, hate it? What’s the last statement piece you sported? Drop me a comment below
Happy Saturday everyone!
Apologies for my absence; I haven’t been on le blog in over an entire month. I’ve just been so busy with school lately and haven’t had the time to post anything at all, let alone take decent photos of products or buy anything new. BUT. If you’re still following me thank you so much for sticking around even though I disappeared for a few weeks. I’ve gotten into a good routine with schoolwork, so I promise to be much more active and post at least a few times each week; I’m putting together a blog schedule to regulate everything and be just that bit more organized. But I digress. Onto the products.
Oh, how I do adore cream blush. It’s just one of those things that’s so easy and effortless to use on the daily, and I love the look of a glowy, flushed cheek. I’ve been lusting after these Kevyn Aucoin the Creamy Glow ones for at least six months now, having spotted them first on one of my favorite blogs, ghostparties, written by the lovely and ever-gorgeous Kate. While professing her love for the little bright pan in the shade “Liquifuschia”, she mentioned picking up another shade, “Tansoleil”, a stunning peach-y apricot, so naturally I had to have them both. A bright pop of pink AND an apricot blusher? Yes please. The price, however, is not so perfect. These retail for $26 a piece, so naturally they’re not the most budget-friendly option, hence my waiting forever and ever to pick them up. But when the brand popped up on Hautelook, selling both for just $14 a piece, I knew it was meant to be, and, lo and behold, they were sitting on my dresser a week later being photographed for this post.Onto the review. These last FOREVER on the cheeks without any sort of setting spray or translucent powder over top, so they’re a great option for anyone who doesn’t want to pile on the products and still get a gorgeous glowy cheek. Once applied, they dry down to an almost tacky finish, but that goes away after a bit and leaves a gorgeous flush. The pink shade, “Liquifuschia”, is not for the faint of heart, being an almost 70’s-inspired hue that, at the very least, is sure to make a statement. However, color-shy girls fear not; it blends beautifully and sheers out effortlessly to a lit-from-within rosy glow. “Tansoleil”, on the other hand, is a lovely apricot shade great for anyone with warm skin, and gives an incredibly natural flush, even though pigmentation on both of these is out of this world. Final thoughts? It’s love.
While these aren’t on sale anymore, you can pick both up here.