As the leaves seem to darken, and cool drinks fly off the menus, the joys of summer seem to fade until all one can focus on is fall. Fall is a magical time that lasts from 2 weeks to 2 months. Fall is the most versatile time in the fashion industry, one day a dress…… Continue reading Trendy Transitions From Summer To Fall
*Automatically imagines the man throwing around a rubber chicken in New York* – Love Yourself, Accept Yourself. Now before you pin this man as just another crazy in New York City, think about this ; may he actually have a point? In the culture of the 21st century, we have found some weird ways to…… Continue reading Love Yourself, Accept Yourself
Happy Sockin’ Sunday guys! I hope your Sunday is as exciting as you expected it to be…Sunday may be over looked from time to time, Sunday is seen as the one day a week where it is too close for comfort to the responsibilities of Monday. This is the perfect description of August. The whole…… Continue reading Summer Faves ’16
A model look can be effortless and tough, yet with these rules (and pieces) you will be a “model off duty”gal in no time…
So…I got nominated for a Sunshine Blogger award *happy dance* …
At many points in my life I have gone through fads. From knitting to barre, I have done them all. For me, I have a sense of admiring fads, and how things work as features in Girl-Code, and once I learn how to do something my interest slowly fades. This may be the worst thing about…… Continue reading Living a Healthy Life Style (& how to stick to it!)
Who doesn’t love denim? From jean jackets to JNCO’s denim has changed our lives…so this is my ode to the marvelous thing called denim!
Three Day Road – By Joseph Boyden (the 3rd Sockin Summer Reading Club!!!) Disclaimer: Hello Guys! Hope you are having/had an amazing Canada Day/4th of July week/ just an average-Joe weekend:)! As I was thinking about the school year coming to an end, I began to reminisce the victories & faults of Canadians that I…… Continue reading Sockin’ Summer Reading Club: Three Day Road by Joseph Boyden