Happy Friday, Chic ones! Remember how I promised a few weeks ago that some really cool things are headed your way?? Well today is one those times because today I have partnered with Mejuri, an exquisite fine jewelry brand, to offer you a chance to win $500 worth of their jewelry ! :-). To enter
I want to share today with you a new beauty ritual that I instituted in my beauty routine: a weekly microderm session of 3 minutes. I honestly don’t know why I never really considered doing microderms more often because the results are nothing short of spectacular and there is virtually no down time.
Khaki and olives are in this season and I personally love these colors. They are every bit versatile and luxurious and can make an outfit look very polished when you accessorize them with oversized metallic or gold jewelry. One can easily look very polished by going for a monochromatic look but these colors can also
love summer and if it it were for me, summer would be the only season in a year :-). However, as much as I adore this season, this is precisely the time when I take extra care of my skin. Besides the scorching sun, we also get a lot of humidity in the DC area. So, how do I care for my skin in this capricious sunshine season?
I have been meaning to share with you a dear-to--my-heart secret: my last month's visit to Lerici and Tellaro in Italy. I have never really fallen in love with a place before, but his time, when I left Italy, I felt a sense of regret and longing for that place. I was so moved by my stay there and I realized that I miss it... It feels like months have passed since and I have a nostalgic sense of longing for that place where I felt so connected with the nature and beauty around me, and so at peace.
If this is your first trip to Italy you are probably very excited, and Milan, being a fashion capital of the world, is most definitely on your list. In today’s post, I will share my impressions from Milan along with some tips on how to NOT be a tourist in Milan and enjoy the city in a more authentic way.