When you buy a new lipstick or those shoes you’ve been eyeing for months, what exactly made you do it? Is it because you saw it in a magazine? A blogger was wearing it? A celebrity endorsed it? Or you just stumbled upon it yourself and decided you couldn’t live without it? Think about it, and let’s discuss.
With Orange Is The New Black season two released today on Netflix, I’m curious to see if this will be the largest girls-night-in, in the history of girls-nights-in. So if you’re taking the day off to binge watch, are already on summer hours or just want to read another fantastic post on ChiCityFashion, here it goes.
If orange really is the new black, then let’s discuss how to wear orange. It’s not exactly the easiest color to pull off, but I’m going to make it easy as pie (but probably not as delicious). And if you don’t know how to spell orange, just ask Damian.
There are two questions I have a hard time answering in interviews — 1) Where do you see yourself in five years? (answer: let me get through this month’s Google calendar and I’ll get back to you) and 2) How would you describe your personal style? (answer: can you just describe it for me?) It’s a tough question to answer on your own. You get dressed, put on the clothes you want because you like them but never really stop to think “what IS my personal style?” Maybe it’s because you haven’t figured it out just yet…
If you’ve been a long-time ChiCityFashion reader, you may remember this little thing I used to do called Food Pairings. It was my way of incorporating my only hobby of eating with my job that is fashion. I haven’t posted one of these in over a year but I’m hoping to make it a regular feature on CCF in 2014 (as long as you’re okay with it, of course). Because I attended such an awesome dinner last week, I didn’t want to wait until the new year to share.