Archive for October 30th, 2008

Gucci's Collegiate Spring 2009 Bags

Gucci's Collegiate Spring 2009 Bags

Gucci’s creative director Frida Gianini’s has designed bags for the label long before she got the tops position. The collegiate feel of Gucci’s Spring ’09 bags is very interesting. Probably, it’s a trip down memory lane for the designer. Still, Gucci manages to be a major influence in accessory trends. The accessory collection’s two main styles are the huge shoulder ‘book’ bags and leather backpacks. Gianini opted for a variety for Gucci’s Spring ’09 bags: leather, exotic (think snakeskin), etc…

Choosing the Right Lipstick

Choosing the Right Lipstick

The wrong lipstick, even if it matches your dress and all your accessories, can still ruin your whole look if it does not go well with your color.Luckily, lipsticks now come in virtually all shades and finishes. There’s bound to be one that will work for you. Here’s how to find the perfect one.Check your skin descriptionFirst and foremost, look at your skin tone. Forget the season. Focus on whether you have light skin or dark skin tone. If you have light skin tone, choose a light lipstick shade …

Winter Shoes Wedge

Winter Shoes Wedge

Vogue names the classic wedge shoes as one of its favorite accessories. Wedge shoes are funky yet elegant, and can make anyone appear taller and more slender.Here are some of Vogue’s favorite brands and their take on the classic wedge.Louis Vuitton LV’s satin wedge sandal is a standout. With it’s slightly unusual shape and eye-catching color, it could be an instant classic that’s sure to warm up your holidays.Available at Louis Vuitton stores and online for $680.Miu Miu Miu Miu’s patent leather …

How to Take Out Deodorant Stains

Having deodorant smears along the front area of your shirt happens every so often, most particularly if you are in a hurry trying to put on that tight top of yours. But you’re not excused-being in a hurry is not a license for having those hideous deodorant stains. Don’t worry, though. The stains will come out. Here’s how:Get a sock, preferably one that is made from cotton.Rub out the deodorant stains using the cotton sock. Rub vigorously, but make sure not to destroy the shirt.In case you don’t …