Stunning. I love how elegant and modest it is and I think it really suits her. The fitted bodice works well for her shape and while the skirt is fuller than I thought it’d be, now I couldn’t imagine it any other way. The deep v-neckline and lace sleeves are just lovely. In my opinion, Sara Burton’s done a wonderful job so far of continuing the legacy of Alexander McQueen, and she did not disappoint with this dress.More to come soon on royal wedding style. Next up: the attendees
- Ten Thousand Words – The Avett Brothers
- Ask Her to Dance – Coconut Records
- Simple Math – Manchester Orchestra
- All of the Lights – Kanye West
- Lies – The Black Keys
- The Guns of Brixton – The Clash
- Light of the Morning – Band of Skulls
- Born Free – M.I.A.
- We Used to Wait – Arcade Fire
- Trip Through Your Wires – U2
- See My Friends – Gravenhurst
In honor of the royal wedding festivities taking place tomorrow, let’s take a closer look at the princess-to-be and her fashion choices. The stylish Kate Middleton’s look is classic and elegant with a youthful twist. But if I’m honest, the most fascinating thing about her look is all the headpieces she wears.
While the fact that she shares Philip Treacy as a favorite hat maker with her soon-to-be-step-mother-in-law should be discouraging, it isn’t. Middleton has enough charisma to pull off even the most ridiculous looking head gear and pull it off well. That’s a feat not just anyone can do.
A few years ago I wouldn’t have considered the possibility of looking at Emma Roberts as a style icon, but now times have changed. Instead of going the route so many Nickelodeon/Disney stars tend to go, she managed to carve her own path and really come into her own style-wise. From her killer shoe collection (6.5 inch Louboutins, leopard print chunky heels, a wide array of Brian Atwoods) and her unexpected choices (Chanel tweed and feathers!?), girlfriend looks fabulous while always remaining age and place appropriate.
After seeing this video that Sherri Dupree Bemis posted on her blog, I was immediately intrigued by the concept. Throwing an artist into a cramped space and just letting them do their thang is more interesting and revealing to me that any interview or other performance, really. I think it’s because watching something so close (however awkward) takes the experience to the next level; I felt like I was in the van with them!
The VDub Sessions features a series of mostly Oklahoma-based artists (musicians, graphic artists, etc.) doing what they do best in the back of a VW. Check out the video of Eisley below and make sure to take a look at the rest of the videos on their blog.
- Merona Tote-Navy, $19.99
- Michael Stars Fishnet, $75
- LeSportsac Sequined Anchor Shopper, $48
- Fossil Camille Satchel, $98
- Kate Spade Hit The Dock Rudy, $137 (on sale!)
- Juicy Couture Dock of the Juicy Bay Beverly Tote, $248
- Echo Jersey Stripe Beach Tote, $27.99 (on sale!)
- Coach Poppy Nautical Stripe Medium Skinny, $52
- Mini for Many Sailor Bag, $55
Let’s face it. There’s some days you’d rather just turn off the alarm and go back to bed. Maybe even lounge around in sweats (gasp!) and read a good book ( a.k.a. a bunch of magazines if your anything like me) or if you’re feeling really daring (read: lazy), a cheesy movie you’d only find on the LMN channel.
In honor of those days, this Friday Playlist is a compilation of some of my most favorite cover songs.
Under the Covers
- Simple Man – Shinedown
- When The Levee Breaks – Led Zeppelin
- Such Great Heights – Iron & Wine
- Hallelujah – Jeff Buckley
- All Along The Watchtower – Jimi Hendrix
- Don’t Stop Believin’ – Glee Cast
- I Put A Spell On You – She & Him
- Bitches Ain’t Shit – Ben Folds
- I’ll Be There – Mariah Carey
- Last Kiss – Pearl Jam
- The Man Who Sold The World – Nirvana
- I Found A Reason – Cat Power
- Heartless – The Fray
- I Will Survive – Cake
- Silver Springs – Stacy DuPree of Eisley
- Handle With Care – Jenny Lewis & The Watson Twins
- Got Your Money – Say Anything
- Boys of Summer – The Ataris
- Smooth Criminal – Alien Ant Farm
- Across The Universe – Fiona Apple