Filed under: Christian Dior, Prada, replica handbag, Replica Prada Handbag
There was a time not long ago when I knew the women at my local nail salon by name—when I’d show up for my regular, biweekly manicure with all manner of Chanel, Dior, or RGB polishes in one hand, and a leash attached to my 45-lb rescue dog in the other. Cindi, Lan, and Margaret would smile a slightly unnerved, but still very kind smile that said, “Welcome back!” and, “your dog is way too big to be in here!”
But a few months ago, the combination of a packed schedule and a newfound preference for bare nails caused me to give up my manicure habit, kickstarting a new obsession with the art of the at-home, no-polish job instead. I’m not the only one hooked on clean, healthy, perfectly square-oval nails (aka “squoval”). Just look at some of spring’s biggest runway moments—Saint Laurent, Prada, andValentino; there’s rarely a trace of lacquer in sight.
The other big draw of creating a ritual around filing, buffing, and moisturizing your nails, facial-style? It’s incredibly cathartic—and a great way to multitask a marathon of Broad City Season 3. Here, a compendium of tools and products to help you dare to go bare.
The star is certainly drawn toward craftsmanship and attention to detail, with even her little black suits—from Dior, naturally—somehow reading as supremely chic, rather than staid. But as with anything, even with all the couture, bling, and fanciful add-ons, sometimes her best looks are the simplest: At the Shanghai International Film Festival, the star opted for the minimalist combination of white dress, white coat, and a coordinating flower pinned to her lapel, topped off with a wealth of Bulgari jewels. Now that’s a movie star.
What a nice handbag! Miu Miu has produces very nice handbags from time to time! I think it’s time to add one to my collection!
There was a time when I loved Miu Miu bags even more than Prada, and you could spot the bags being carried all over the place. The brand’s handbag production seemed to go to the back burner for a bit, though, and how I felt about them went along with it. Now, it looks like Miu Miu is back.
I saw the Miu Miu Club Bag a few weeks ago for the first time and immediately stopped to check it out. There were nods to Miu Miu’s heyday, particularly with the quilted matelassé leather. The name of the bag comes from the spirit of nightlife in the 1980s, and it’s intended to be a bag for the party-going girl that’s both eclectic and playful.
If you don’t know by now, Cara Delevingne is on fire. Not literally, but she is really ‘in’ right now. She is so in that Mulberry created a new signature Celine Replica Handbags in her namesake. I know what you’re thinking, and yes, I am totally jealous of her, but I suppose I will let this one slide since I think she is so fabulous. Check out the photographs, above and below this post, featuring Cara with her Mulberry Cara Delevingne bag. I wonder if she thinks it’s awkward to carry a designer bag named after her?
First, check her out above sporting a blast from the past, the Celine Handbags. I think these came out when I first started writing this blog (wow it seems like it was just yesterday) and I am still a huge fan of this Prada bag. Check her out below with one of her impeccable Mulberry handbags, the Mulberry Leopard Bayswater bag. This bag is to DIE for. I want to reach into the photo and grab this Mulberry bag for myself, but alas, I can’t!
Last week I talked about the new face of Replica Handbags (or at least the latest socialite who has been given a namesake Mulberry bag line) Cara Delevingne and the Cara Delevingne bag, so here are some more shots of this promotional lady (I’m not really sure what else to call her, since she is working hard to really get this Mulberry bag out there and noticed by wearing it ALL over the place) from Paris fashion week. Check her out (above) carrying a black Mulberry Small Quilted Cara Delevingne Bag and below this post carrying the large camo version of the Mulberry Cara Delevingne bag.