If I could play and create with Swarovski crystals all day, for the rest of my life,
I would. I’ve always loved their rhinestones and crystals, and I’ve definitely collected
some gorgeous jewelry from them over the years (surprised? didn’t think so!)
The above images are from their latest Spring 2013 campaign and I’m crazy about
them. There are many more shots to the campaign but I chose my two favorite ones
which feature model Lily Donaldson.
I also loved the romantic, flower arrangements with sprinkled and placed crystals -
they feel like a nod to historic, still life paintings featuring flowers. What do you think?
Laduree’s Easter bunnies reimagined by Laure Heriard Dubreuil and Nektar de Stagni ♥
Saturday Style: Miista
Who is Miista?
Independent – against uniformity and imitation
Irreverent – breaking the rules without causing a riot
Curious – always looking…
I love this brand and what they stand for.
Also, I love their shoes. Guess what?
All of their style are NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE!! Let the shopping begin. xo!
(Questions or comments? I’d love to hear from you! Comment below.)
Design & layout: Andrea Morris
All photos: Miista.com
Saturday Style: BRZ (!!!)
Ok. I have been obsessed with BRZ’s tights for a long time. You too?? Awesome.
Our brains are definitely connected. So you can imagine I was pretty much
beyond excited to bring this special Cocomori Me promo code to you guys.
Time to ombre the crap out of Spring!!
Go to BZR’s Etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/BZRshop
Just use code COCOMORI25 when you check out to get 25% off
ANY of BRZ’s kick ass ombre tights.
Design & layout: Andrea Morris
All photos: BZR
Oscars party ice cream bonbons
I’m always looking simple, delicious and fun bites for parties. I recently found
a different way to serve ice cream to guests and it would be perfect for an
Oscar party! It’s easy for adults to eat while carrying a glass of champagne
and it’s a yummy treat fit for any kids running around the party.
You’ll only need a few things:
Nuts, candies or chocolates (whatever you love)
Cake pop sticks
Before you start, line two baking sheets with parchment paper and
place them in the freezer for 15 minutes.
For my fixings, I picked up some honey roasted cashews, pecans, mini Oreos (easier
to crush), coconut flakes (I toasted them for a few minutes in the oven).
Once you’ve prepped your fixings (crushing, toasting, cutting etc), place each ingredient
on a clean baking sheet.
Ice cream: I picked up some delicious Haagen Dazs flavors: peanut butter pie,
dulce de leche and pineapple coconut.
Using an ice cream scoop and working quickly, scoop out a ball of ice cream
and roll it in the nuts/candies/chocolates etc. Once it’s coated, place it on one of
the frozen baking sheets. Insert a cake pop stick and freeze for 45 minutes.
Once frozen through and through, they’re ready to be eaten.
My final flavor combinations were:
Dulce de leche with honey roasted cashews / pecans
Peanut butter pie with crushed Oreos
Pineapple coconut with toasted coconut
(Questions or comments? I’d love to hear from you! Comment below)
Photography & styling: Andrea Morris