Freja-Beha-Erichsen-by-Terry-Richardson-05Every year spring marks a rebirth, new beginnings. I start getting a bit neurotic with cleaning, donating, looking for new must have items and an overall look change. I normally am not a drastic jump before I look kinda girl, but I do like to shake it up every once in a while.

Lately, hair bangs have been my newest obsession. Especially worn with loose curls and a choppy layer, bangs can add edge to a good girl look. I will forever be that 70’s hair, long and parted down the middle groupie, but I just may be looking for a little more fringe in my life. Happy Tuesday! xoxo

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Monday Muse

caroline-de-maigret-4When it comes to style I definitely believe that less is more.  Too much of anything, for me, is gaudy, overdone and overall unattractive.  Parisienne women have this concept down to a science.  Make-up is natural, hair is effortlessly tousled and plastic surgery is almost non existent.

There’s no better example of this than model/music producer Caroline de Maigret.  Her beauty is unconventional but classically beautiful.  I read an article recently and something she said lit up my lightbulb.   “It’s fun when people go eccentric.”–Caroline de Maigret.  That was in regards to other cultures, as we age, wearing to much make up and to much plastic surgery to cover up our years lived.  I found that statement inspiring.  How much more fun is it going down the eccentric route rather than the Joan Rivers route.  No disrespect Joan Rivers, I think I’ll chose to look a bit corky and softly lived rather than perfect.  Happy Monday!  xoxo