Archive for March, 2011
Long hemlines are hot this spring! And we found plenty at Forever 21. Make a fashion statement with their Tribal Maxi skirt- it’s bohemian, lightweight, versatile, and affordable at $13.50. Available in purple/aqua (as shown above) or in blue/red, this woven maxi skirt features a vibrant tribal print and elastic waist with lightly ruffled tiers and [...]
Recently named the “2009 Celebrity Hairstylist of the Year” in the UK and honored as the 2009 Celebrity Hairdresser winner for the Clothes Show Style Awards, Tara Smith is world-renowned among celebrities (including Demi Moore and Madonna), film producers, and high-end fashion magazines on both sides of the Atlantic. Tara also works in filmwhere her recent [...]
These days, it seems I spend all my time at Giggle buying baby shower presents. A little tired of perusing all the baby gear, I started reading their in-store material this week and discovered Paper Culture. I learned of the variety of invitations they produce and was reminded that I myself was about to host a [...]
Her Campus is a website launched in September 2009 by three Harvard female students (Stephanie Kaplan ‘10, Windso Hanger, 10, and Annie Wang ‘11). It provides national and local content products by teams of student journalists across the country resulting in various branches run by the local student publication through the link within the Her [...]
With spring about to start, it’s time to shed winter. We found the sweetest, most natural way to rescue your dehydrated skin with Candy’s Organics.
Candy’s Organics Rescue Me! Scrub for your face and body is made with all natural, 100% organic ingredients, including olive oil, citrus plant extracts, raw organic honey, almonds, and salts of the sea [...]
Express your love for each other on your special day and your love for the planet which brought you two together with Green Wedding: Planning your Eco-Friendly Celebration. Written by New York Times Style correspondent Mireya Navarro, this informative guide spotlights how couples have ”gone green” for their special day and gives practical creative ideas for maximizing the sustainability of [...]
Time to get in one last ski run before spring arrives. Instead of trekking all the way to Europe, we looked in our very own backyard for the greenest (and the whitest!) ski slopes around. Though we’ve never been, we hear the newest addition to Lake Tahoe, 968 Park, is positively pure.
In addition to its its [...]