Seriously. Why am I so in love with biker pants? Especially leather. And now, in pale pink.

While I can't wear pink with this red hair of mine, I would definitely consider wearing these blush beauties on my bottom half. Pink is a pivatol color this year. And with quilted leather detail and gold metal hardware, I am sold. Yum! 

Photo from Luisaviaroma, Balmain

isabelmarantss14There isn't a thing I don't love about the Isabel Marant label, in general. And as for spring, I am totally on board.

The fabrics, cuts and layers are femininely delicious! The color palette may be laid back, but the details certainly stand out.

If only I had the legs for those girly skirts!

Photo from Isabel Marant Spring 2014

I went under the light yesterday. LED, that is.

I have been pampered with many facials in my lifetime. I am here to tell you, Stephanie Trigg of Natura Bissé is hands down the best esthetician. Ever. On this planet. If she visits a city near you, book well in advance. It will be the most wonderful treat you give yourself.

Stephanie flew in from Dallas, TX in the beginning of the week to spoil the clients of Jeffre Scott for three days. And boy, were we spoiled. I have never had a facial quite like this one. 'Best on earth' status. I was transported into la-la land while my skin was treated like royalty. It felt amazing. And my skin was awakened with new life and radiance. It looks amazing.

The LED (Light Emitting Diodes) help to stimulate collagen and elastin, making the skin younger and healthier. Stephanie used Life Infusion during my facial under the LED to rejuvenate my skin and to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. My skin is still juicy to this day!

Plump, glowing goodness. Love!


Photo from Natura Bissé

If you tend to be forgetful and need helpful reminders as to the day of the week, Stella McCartney is looking out just for you. This 'Knickers of the Week' set is feminine and pretty — and practical. Makes for a stylish gift, too.


Available at Net-a-Porter

ss14fringeI can't believe it's back so soon.

Four years later and we are seeing fringe handbags again. A bit more dramatic with longer fringe length.

However, this time around I am not ready to dive in. Much like the denim-on-denim trend, this is one I am already tired of — and it's only the beginning of April.

Perhaps if it were a tiny little thing, like the one pictured from seven years ago, I'd embrace the trend.

Until then, I'll stick to the basics.

Photo from Zara 2007

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