Black and Red for Valentine’s Day!?


Hearts and flowers; diamonds and chocolate; black and red for an unforgettable V Day!

You can order your outfit online or you can shop at your favorite store!!!

Here are some ideas:






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It’s a new week! Start fresh…

Let Monday bring the best in you!!! A fresh start with a fresh look to make you feel more confident and successful.

New ideas on how to put together an outfit. Accessorize and play with it till you feel satisfied with the outcome!!!

Have a great week!!!






Is grey the new black?

From Black and White to Grey and Black? A  easy color to play with, where you can add small details to give you minimal air to the whole look. Simple yet sophisticated!!!

The result? An elegant shade if you ask me. I do hope that grey will become more than a sweater or a coat! And women will be more confident in wearing this color no matter how old they are!

I attached some pictures to prove that. Let me know what you think!

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In Trend


“What’s in style now?” “Where do you shop?” “What blogs do you follow?” After repeated encounters of this variety, I realized it comes in handy to have your answers ready, so you can sound just as knowledgeable about the fashion industry as you actually are.

I will come with more websites and tips where you can shop later.

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Comments are welcomed

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…..every dress needs a pair of shoes. The will offer you a great selection.

Some black and white shoes for a cocktail Dress


“We believe the fashion trend should not be controlled by the few, but rather be guided by the collective actions of every designer and fashion consumer.

We believe fashion should be personal and diversified. Fashion designers should not cater exclusively to the rich and famous. “-

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Four unique books by Anna Johnson

Books to read

Learn from the best…. Author Anna Johnson brings 4 unique books to inspire us

Let me know what you think….

I would love to find out if there are some other people out there who might enjoy reading good and useful books.

1.savvy chic book savvy chic

Savvy Chic The Art of More for Less”, by Anna Johnson

Luxury living can still be achieved on a budget. “Savvy Chic” will teach you how to entertain, decorate, travel, and dress for less. In elegant prose, Anna Johnson combines a unique mix of anecdote, riff, and how-to, and shares her secrets of survivalist chic. She mixes the passionate with the practical to come up dozens of ideas for enhancing your lifestyle without killing your bank account.

You can find the book on or at the library

2.handbags book

“Handbags: 900 Bags to die for” by Anna Johnson

This little book is a must-have for anyone who loves fashion. The full-color photographs depict the history of the accessory many of us can’t live without– the handbag. You’ll get to see purses dating as far back as the 16th century, as well as those made by famous designers like Chanel and Louis Vuitton. Plus, each page also contains interesting details about the styles, designers, and purposes of the handbag throughout time. You’ll be surprised at how many beautiful, interesting, and unusual purses fit into such a little book! A great addition to your coffee table!!!

You can find the book on or at the library

3.three black squirt

“Three Black Skirts: All you need to survive” by Anna Johnson

It’s about solitude. It’s about stain removal. It’s about beauty, and what to do when feeling blue. It’s about attitude and atomizers, stock funds and stockings that match. It’s about life your life and how to get it together.

In a smart, funny, and refreshingly down to earth survival guide, Anna Johnson covers it all: health, dating money, career moves, style, sex, nutrition, responsibility, home decor, body image, friendship. And, of course, the indispensability of owning three black skirts one to seduce, one to succeed, one to slob out in. You will love it!

You can find the book on or at the library


“The Yummy Mummy Manifesto” by Anna Johnson

A Yummy Mummy strides through maternity with style, passion, savvy, a healthy sense of self, and killer cleavage. She soars above the domestic rut, craves creative revelation, and turns motherhood into an adventure–an art rather than a skill.

It’s all about loving yourself and finding a way to be a whole, passionate, vibrant personality, even while you’re caring for a small person who regularly coats you in their bodily fluids.

You can find the book on or at the library


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