Isn’t it great when you have a productive and satisfying week? Work has been great. On top of that, my husband started a new job, so everyone in my house, including the dog, are ready for a calm and relaxing weekend. There really isn’t much on the schedule, just spending quality time together and refueling for another busy week. One thing to be happy about is that it’s the last weekend of February! Don’t you just love this short month? It’s going to be another cold one, but snuggling up on the couch with my dog and a good book will make it bearable. Take a look at the links I discovered this week, love to hear what brands or blogs you love right now!
LET’S PARTY: Forget the Oscar red carpet dresses; the real fashion was at the after party! My personal favorite is Emma Stone who wore a dress from Altuzarra’s Fall 2015 collection that showed at NYFW just last week. (Side note I also featured it on my blog)
PIN OF THE WEEK: Madeline Blogs featured a recipe this week that looked so delicious I have to try. I will keep you posted on how my Farfalle with Salmon Cream Sauce turns out!
CH-CH-CH-CHANGES: While most designers were presenting their collection at New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion weeks, Tom Ford is breaking away and doing his own thing. Last Friday, Tom Ford presented his fashion show in Hollywood. What do you think this means for the fashion industry?
CHOP IT OFF: One trend that was hard to ignore at the Oscars was chopped hair. After seeing all of the short hairdos on the red carpet, it made me want to give it a go. If you too have the desire to chop off your locks, read this piece on how Lauren Conrad suggests you ready for the big change.
TAILOR MADE: Have you spent your whole life searching for the perfect pair of jeans? Well, StyleCaster’s article gives you tips on how to buy and tailor denim so you can have the jeans of your dreams.
FASHION FORWARD: J.Crew wants to tell you how to dress this spring. After viewing their lookbook that head stylist Gayle Spannaus released, I think you should listen.