Friday, August 22, 2014

TGIF: Rock ‘n Roll Cocktail

Ingredients:
2 oz. Hpnotiq
1 oz. Vodka
Splash of Pineapple Juice
1 Blue Rock Candy


If this drink could speak, we’re pretty sure it would scream, “Thirsty Thursday”…and well, every other day for that matter. With such a cool, edgy guise, you would think the bartender has a special trick up their sleeve…right? Wrong. Just take a look at those simple ingredients! Mix the Hpnotiq, Vodka, Pineapple juice, and pour into a martini glass. Garnish with a rock candy stick that adds sweetness and personality. So you can enjoy maximum results with minimum effort. Who could ask for anything more? Time to strap on those stilettos, let your hair loose, and rock on.

Written by Kelsey Starner

Bikini, tankini…facekini?

Stylegodis babes, get a load of this. A new (and definitely unusual) accessory has just graced the pages of top fashion magazines alike. No, it’s not a bikini, much different than a tankini, but actually a facemask known as the Facekini. Originally donned by Chinese women, this mysterious mask served to protect fair complexions from the sun. Popular in the Chinese coastal city, Qingdao, these facial garbs closely resemble ski masks— with only the mouth, eyes, and nose uncovered. So the question (we hope) you’d be thinking is…why? Where our culture collectively promotes a look that’s sun kissed, Asian society considers fair skin to be the most chic. Fashion powerhouses like Alexander Wang, Emporio Armani, and Gucci have recently paired their own interpretations of the Facekinis with swimsuits. We don’t know how we feel about this…is the facial accessory here to stay, and if so, would it be worth that aweful neck tan?


Written by Kelsey Starner 

Happy Friday!

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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Fashion Trend: The Bucket Bag

(Photos via Pinterest)

The bucket bag is the spring-summer accessory. We wish we have one for this season.
Enjoy your day~


Curse You, Oreos


Who says resolutions can only be made at New Years? With summer vacation drawing to a close, we’re coming up with less and less excuses for healthy to be top priority. Sure, a shoe addiction is one thing (not a bad thing actually) but a sugar obsession is no laughing matter. Yes, junk food brings a short-term comfort, but it can also lead to one nasty habit. You do not need to stop cold turkey (heck, you might not be human with that willpower), but get strategy going! Develop a craving for the opposite of sweet. Incorporate food and drinks that are somewhat bitter. Dark chocolate, green tea, kale, and granny smith apples are a perfect alternative. By replacing the sweet with something a bit more tart, your taste buds have the chance to reorganize, so you can kick the habit for good. So give sugar cravings the boot—it might just be your biggest (and best) breakup yet.

Written by Kelsey Starner