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weekend review

Hope that everyone had a great President's Day weekend. Mine was a three day unlike the rest of everyone I knew. Boo. I sat at home watching drama movies by myself. Also, huge moment, It snowed! I'm such a geek when it comes to snow. I freak out. Picture me running and squishing my nose/face against the window. Where I am we do not get snow often.
                                      for those of you who could not imagine see below! HAHA! (pic from google)

                                                     Now this is my picture of the front yard.

As for the rest of my weekend I continued to follow New York and London fashion week. I saw 60s inspired collections to 80s inspired. FYI im not a fan of 80s looks. Not sure why. My mom, aunts and her friends pictures from that era is now all of the sudden cool/hipster?! They wore the harem pants. It brings back thoughts of MC hammer. " Cant touch this" Ha!
My fave collection was Milly. My least fave was Whitney Eve. Disclaimer- I am a fan of Whitney and love her work, however this collection was not my cup of tea.
(check out the collections on

Here below is a 60s and 80s sets that I have put together.

80s- neons, crop blazers, brim hats, off shoulder, jelly shoes, slap bracelets (omg i had so much fun with those as a child)  and lots of ruffles!

80s inspired

                  60s -Pearls, pleated dresses, pill box hats, huge sunglasses, and short/hand gloves.
                                                      When you think of 60s, think Jackie O.

60s inspired


  1. hey, lisa! good that you had a nice long weekend.. that picture on top is so cute! you are so adorable... you freak out when it snows? very cute. :)

    great style picks. love the 60s inspirations. i'm a huge vintage girl. but at the same time, i grew up in the 80s so i love the 80s inspiration also. :)


  2. Whoa, look at all of that snow!
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