Wednesday, July 30, 2014

It's In / Está In: Western Hat / Chapéu Western

outfit fashion blogger céline phantom

little lace top

Gal Meets Glam

"VINTAGE PATTERN PRINTING SKIRT | Mi aventura con la moda" - Chicismo

It's In / Está In: Shirt or t-shirt inside pants / Camisa ou t-shirt à frente dentro das calças


RMxBR - 9 to 5 Chic

Dress – Banana Republic 
Bracelet – Kate Spade
Ring – Tiffany & Co.
Heels – Prada
Purse – Celine
Sunglasses – Celine
Lips – Kate Spade “Decadent Berry” 


 The icon is rumored to be shopping for a new home; come take a tour of her most recent viewing.

Is this Beyoncé's New $20M Apartment?

Is this Beyoncé's New $20M Apartment?

Is this Beyoncé's New $20M Apartment?

Is this Beyoncé's New $20M Apartment?

LITTLE BLACK MIDI - Penny Pincher Fashion

Old Navy dress (I'm wearing a small; also in plum & sage), Zara heels, 
ASOS clutch, Madewell necklacec/o ShopLately rings, 
A.V. Max cuff c/o Lemon Stripes, Lips: Revlon Orange Flip, Nails: Zoya Paz

BLUE POLKA DOT - Lady Addict

I‘ve wore again the vinil stilettos in black from the Lady addict for Krack collection with jeans. This time with these polka dot ones I bought in the sales and that reminded me of the Stella McCartney ones

Dña. Letizia, camisa blanca y falda fucsia igual que hace dos años - Fashion Assistance

hint of grey… - Pink Peonies

Blouse: Pleione | Skirt: Halogen | Heels: Joe’s | Bag: Kate Spade | Glasses: Prada


Tour a Gorgeously Layered, Artistic Hamptons Home

Tour a Gorgeously Layered, Artistic Hamptons Home

Tour a Gorgeously Layered, Artistic Hamptons Home

Tour a Gorgeously Layered, Artistic Hamptons Home

Tour a Gorgeously Layered, Artistic Hamptons Home

Tour a Gorgeously Layered, Artistic Hamptons Home

Shopping en Las Rozas Village - a trendy life

Friday, July 25, 2014

Best Friends

25 Signs You Should Be A Fashion Blogger
The Blonde Salad

25 Signs You Should Be A Fashion Blogger
Cupcakes and Cashmere

RELAXED TOPPER - Penny Pincher Fashion

What I'm wearing:
Zara blazer (on sale; I'm wearing an XS), ASOS camisole (similar), c/o Old Navy jeans
Steve Madden pumps, Danielle Nicole clutch (similar here or here), Zara bracelets (similar here and here), c/o Lily & Violet earrings, Nails: Treat Collection (Blue Sky)

Tendencias low-cost Primavera-Verano 2014: un limón y medio limón - Trendencias Moda







Los fieles a Loewe, reciben a J.W. Anderson como nuevo directo creativo en una cena de gala - Trendencias Moda

María Fitz-James Stuart, Alejandra de Rojas, Laura Vecino y Ana García-Siñeriz

María Fitz-James Stuart, Alejandra de Rojas, Laura Vecino y Ana García-Siñeriz

Tamara Falcó, María Fitz-James Stuart y Alejandra de Rojas

Tamara Falcó, María Fitz-James Stuart y Alejandra de Rojas

Miranda Kerr's Looks

Le Fashion Blog Miranda Kerr Best Looks July 2014 -- Celine Sunglasses, Chain Necklace, Sheer White Tank Top, Hermes Bag, Black High Waist Skinny Jeans, Saint Laurent Chelsea Boots photo Le-Fashion-Blog-Miranda-Kerr-Best-Looks-July-2014-Chain-Necklace-Sheer-White-Tank-Top-Hermes-Bag.jpg

Le Fashion Blog Miranda Kerr Best Looks July 2014 -- Celine Sunglasses, G Star Denim Shirt, White High Waist Stella McCartney Flare Jeans photo Le-Fashion-Blog-Miranda-Kerr-Best-Looks-July-2014-G-Star-Denim-Shirt-High-Waist-Jeans.jpg


When we talk about using color in our homes, our minds may picture bright rooms and accents, but being smart about color has nothing to do with shock factor. It’s more about making complementary colors work for you and using shades of color to drive the mood you want to create. Books of paint swatches will teach you nothing about this, but inspiration images certainly will! Here are 14 celebrities who’ve used color effectively in their homes and offices.

Brooke Shields
In her New York townhouse, which was decorated with the help of David Flint Wood, a British decorator and partner to India Hicks, actress Brooke Shields painted the walls in Benjamin Moore’s Chelsea Gray, which provides contrast for her heart-shaped Keith Haring painting. She added a touch of femininity with pink throw pillows and an attention-grabbing jolt with a bright green lampshade.
Minnie Mortimer
Fashion designer Minnie Mortimer had her priorities straight when she decorated her former Malibu, CA home, which was featured on With big, wide, sun-filled windows looking out to lush trees, there’s no reason to detract from the view. So, she kept the walls white and furniture neutral, and integrated pops of color in pillows to lighten the mood.
Kourtney Kardashian
Reality star Kourtney Kardashian’s former Calabasas family home, which was featured on Domaine, had a lot going for it with geometric prints and sculptural lighting galore. In her office, she and her interior designer Jeff Andrews got down to business, keeping the color scheme simple with black walls and furniture. To brighten up the dark space, she used books, throw pillows, and a red hide chair.
Molly Sims
Model/actress Molly Sims’ Beverly Hills home, which was featured on Domaine, displays one of the greatest color techniques, which is looking to art for inspiration. The focal point of her LA living room, designed with Kishani Perera, is an acrylic painting with notes of yellow and turquoise. Sims and Perera created a neutral base with wooden furniture and brown upholstery, and then pulled in colors from the painting in accessories.
Tory Burch
The corporate offices of Tory Burch, as well as the fashion designer’s Southampton home, display truly effective use of color. In her weekend getaway, she mixes soft colors and neutrals to create a relaxing effect, and makes a sophisticated statement with silk coral curtains. In her office, she uses a trio of beautiful yet unique complementary colors — orange, green, and purple — to create a space that’s inspiring and stimulating.
Jennifer Lopez
Singer/actress and former In Living Color fly girl Jennifer Lopez knows how to put the guests in her cozy California residence at ease, and that’s with a soft, warm palette. She and interior designer Michelle Workman coated her guest bedroom in pastel peaches to create a space that looks downright heavenly.
Tata Harper
Beauty and skin care guru Tata Harper’s compound in Shoreham, VT, which was featured in Elle, is mostly devoid of color, with off-white walls and natural woods. But in one sitting room and children’s play room, she took a carefree approach with lobster-colored walls, to match her red tufted sofa, and a purposefully clashing purple and blue rug. It’s just the kind of laidback color choice a farmhouse needs.
Diane von Furstenberg
Wrap-dress pioneer Diane von Furstenberg is a strong, confident woman, and the interiors of all of her homesreflect that. In her live/work space in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, the fashion designer painted her walls a rosy pink to match her vintage Salvador Dalí lip sofa. The result is fearless, feminine, and nothing but fabulous.
melanieacevedo_jennalyonsJenna Lyons
J.Crew president and creative director Jenna Lyons has color in her DNA; after all, she directs which shade of cashmere we’ll pick up, season after season. In her former Brooklyn townhouse, which was featured inDomino, the creative painted her walls a soft gray to draw attention to her home’s stunning architectural details. With most accents in black and white, she made one beautiful focal point with a statement-making lemon-yellow sofa.
Jessica Alba
Actress and entrepreneur Jessica Alba created a cool, calm atmosphere in the offices of her brand, The Honest Company, using fresh, timeless colors: Tiffany blue and dark teal. The space feels as happy as can be — just how a workplace should. In her husband Cash Warren’s man cave, designed by Kari Whitman, she spoke to its masculine identity with a moody deep blue wall color.
Cameron Diaz
Actress Cameron Diaz hired interior designer Kelly Wearstler to decorate her West Village, NY apartment,which was featured in ELLE Decor, and the pair selected a gorgeous emerald-green hue for her kitchen cabinets. It pairs perfectly with the kitchen’s copper backsplash, and it’s understated yet unique enough to make a statement.
Melanie Griffith
Actress Melanie Griffith and her decorator Kari Whitmanwere inspired by Griffith’s Banksy artwork to paint the paneling of her dining room high-gloss black. Black is certainly an unusual choice for a dining room, but the lacquer gives a bit of sparkle. And with a sultry, moody air, it feels like a place where dinner parties linger long into the evening.
Kelly Wearstler
Maximalist interior and accessories designer Kelly Wearstler doesn’t usually use bright colors, but she nailed it with this yellow and raspberry bedroom. The colors complement each other and are anchored by classic blacks and whites. The trick here is that she introduced texture rather than crazy patterns, which could have been too much.