As the Victoria’s Secret fashion show is coming this December, people started to talk about how the company promotes unrealistic body image to the public. I see their point – but I don’t hate. I wish I have their type of bodies too, and came really close enough too, then BAM! – got pregnant and lost it all. 😀
But not having a body like those “angels” doesn’t mean that I’m going against it. Why can’t people just look at it with a different perspective?
I’m currently looking for a doll house for my daughter. I’m not trying to have her playing with girly toys, but I’m feeling that a doll house is good for both boys and girls to play. I have been seeing her making conversations by herself and pretend to play with things – so might as well get her something looks more like it to play with to increase her imagination a bit more.
A couple of months ago I posted about what I’ve learned from commuting to work in NYC. But apparently, some people/ commuters just never learn and become one of those annoying/ inconsiderate people who ruin 5 minute of your day – or even during the whole ride (if I’m not in the greatest mood – I would keep looking at them and get annoyed. Stupid me! 🙂 )
I’m a necklace wearer. I have many long fashion necklaces (similar here and here) which I adored a couple years back. I also have a few J.crew outlet statement necklaces (similar here and here) that I got from sample sales because I always love bib/statement necklaces but I can only wear them for so many times.
Now, as I get older, I tend wear more simple and classic pendant necklaces. I’m not that much of a trendy person. I stick with the classics. When I own a piece, I really want to make sure that necklace gets the bang for the buck for cost per wear. For these necklaces, I don’t buy them off fashion places just in case the quality aren’t as good. As a women in her 30s, I can’t wear jewelry that looks like I got them from Forever 21! It needs to be tasteful, classic, feminine, and minimalistic for a regular
girl woman like me.