Monthly Archives: May 2011

Better, Better, Better + My Favorite Fashion Show Ever

GUYS AND GIRLS WHO I’M DEEPLY IN LOVE (yeah, all the readers!!!!)

I’ve been sick, really, really sick and had no strenght or inspiration for make any post!
And I didn’t even responde your comments or visit your blogs, SORRY!!
I don’t know, but seems that I lost all my package of themes, I’m feeling kinda lost, really!

I’m totally open to your sugestions and I promess I’ll make a post until weekend, all right??

Like Regina Spektor says: “All my friends say that of course it’s gonna get better!”

But, I’ll inspire you with


This show, Fall 2008, ¬†always inspire me, whenever and whatever I’m going through, I hope you get inspired too ūüėČ









Hope you have glam dreams!!!

Love you!


Filed under Dior, Fashion, Inspiration, Timeless

Over My Head II

OK, you asked me so badly, that from now on I’m gonna do it every month:

Over My Head is now OFFICIAL!

(if you did not saw the first, click here!)

Today I’ll talk about headpieces, tiaras, headbands. Only fresh things for this season.


You’ll see that this post is way more weareble than my other ones, but fashion is not made only of Haute, right?!!

There’s tons of styles and ocasions to wear headpieces, it’s all up to you choose yours. Maybe casual, fancy, fierce, steampunk, romantic and even for gala…










Our best wishes to Philip Treacy, William Chambers, Stephen Jones and all the glamorous brands who made it!

Almost finishing:

I’M SO SORRY I’VE BEEN NOT POSTING AS MUCH AS I USE TO! For now on, I’ll probably do it twice a week.
Yeah, busy times! ūüėČ

I’m always open for your suggestions, see? heheheheh



Filed under Fashion, Hairstyle, Head, Jewelry, OVER MY HEAD, Timeless

Thinking of Badgley Mischka

Once upon a time, when I was a pretty young boy, wishing Givenchy suits and Ferragamo shoes, I only had eyes for Haute Couture and famous labels.

As a wave of glory and renovation, they suddenly opened for a whole new world os styles, designers, brands and trends.

My heart will always belong to Maisons, but it also has a slit full of new discoveries, that grows more and more every day. Maybe someday this slit become a canion, but I think that for a while, this slit is full of…

Badgley Mischka.


Such an amazing couple, and I just discovered them 4 Years ago, Can you believe it?
They have a classical and very feminine  style that is completely wearable and [effortless] glamorous!





As you know, my heart goes BOOM for images, and not as much for words, so I suppose this case really isn’t exception.

As Cheryl Cole once told, “Too much of anything can make you sick, even the good could be a curse”! Everyone needs a new anything sometime.

And my anything now is Badgley Mischka!


Filed under Badgley Mischka, Fashion, Thinking of...

Is in the Water

I dreamed about a girl.

She was sinking and sinking but she didn’t fight against it.

With soft moves, she spread her ethereal apparel all over that dark and clean water.
She emanates light, shiniging around her and contrasting with all the deep black water.

She looks at me,
and smiling desappear through yards of silk, fading in the darkness.

I couldn’t forget her face, her smile…

I can’t forget that magic!









I got entranced with the nostalgia of her movements…

But it was just a dream.

PS: Thanks to Zena Holloway’s photos


Filed under Fashion, Fashion Photography, Inspiration, Underwater, Water


Mother’s Day¬†is already here, but I won’t post anything extremaly melodramatic or how wonderful and important they are.

This is a post about the most stylish, fierce and powerful mother ever, our eternal inspiration…

Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, or like we used to know her,

Jackie O.

Always remembered as a style and fashion icon, was married to John Kennedy, and after his death, married to the “poor” magnate Aristoteles Onassis (I’ll never forgive her to take Callas man! NEVER!!!!!!!).
Mother of four, had a remarcable sense of style and was a trend woman without lose her atemporal fashion soul or her own sense of fashion. This is a Mother’s Day inspirational post for all mums around the world…


She had a originality that no one can deny, was always unique and loyal to her, independent of what or who was wearing.
Minimalizing, mixing different styles and wearing pieces with perfect fit, she built a fashion legacy that fashionists all around the universe copy.
Got in Top 10 lists of best dressed and Top Styles ranks, always headed the Best Sixties Style Icon.

Known as the best dressed First Lady in history, supported her problematic marriages with shoppings.





But she wasn’t too different of normal women: was famous for her love for french labels like Chanel, Dior and Givenchy. Also for Carolina Herrera and Oleg Cassini.

Something about her that always intrigated me is that in every video or photo that I saw, SHE IS SPARKLING. She always seems standing out in the crowd, did you notice that? She was so iconic that people used to have a distance of her.




Before I finish it up, I need to highlight how intelligent and smart was her, because she wasn’t just a pretty face and cute clothes.

High school at The Chapin School, graduated in French Literature at George Washington University, after Onassis death, tooke a job as editor at Doubleday (before Kennedy she had a column at Washington Times-Herald).

She died at 1994 with 64 years only, and we world lost one of our most incredible woman ever!

HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY FOR YOU ALL! Love, hugs, chocolates, Balenciaga dresses and Herm√®s scarves to you!


Filed under Diva, Fashion, Holidays, Inspiration, Jackie O., Mother's Day, Personalities, Timeless, Women Power

Cate Blanchett Liked It!!

How weird is androgyny? I don’t care, I am fascinated for it!
I’m not only talking about boys who looks like girls and girls who looks like boys, my real fascination is for women that increased their wardrobes with male pieces and how fierce they look in that.

Yves Saint Laurent has a huge participation in this process. In my opinion, without his women suits, we would be way far from this great style…

Boyish and androgyny are trends and have been taking bodies and hearts since Givenchy A/W 2010 (Polemic) Campaign…

There’s something around a woman in male clothes that intrigate me. Maybe is the mystery and fierce energy around them, or the way they support this style… I don’t know, problably is just the power effect they got.





But designers always give those male pieces a new girly style:

(Am I the only in love with those Kenzo oxfords?)

I couldn’t finish this post without the 2011 (It) Boyish Girl:

Also couldn’t without Cate:



There are tons of stars addept to this, but I won’t say it to use them in another post heheheheheheh.

Androginy represents power, self-security and is a huge proof of style.




Filed under Actress, Androgyny, Fashion, Timeless, Women Power


There’s something that kind of defines my personality: my passion for the past.
Mostly the glam part of it (yeah, yeah, big news!).
And last week, I’ve been ¬†really into this. The Royal Wedding (did you heard about that? No?) brought me a nostalgic feeling for traditions and vintage things, and I’m still in this magical atmosphere (is really, really weird: feels like I’m floating alone and that, strangely, makes me happy!).

I won’t prolong it, but will tell you a thing about this wedding.
Guess what… It inspired me.

Tons of things in that event made me dream, but in the moment I saw Kate “Gorgeous” Middleton in that marvelous McQueen I said: “Grace Kelly must be getting CRAZY in her grave right now!”

Well, you’ve seen Kate’s dress. They are very different, but when I first saw her, I thought this! But yes, they’re both stunning!!!)

Soooo, this post will be about the ONE AND ONLY…


One of the most beautiful woman ever, and the prettier princess of all time, she is a legend of cinema and style icon until our days (and it seems that will be long be!). Hermès has a bag inspired by her (one of their best selling items) and beloved by fashionistas all over the world, she brought elegance to Hollywood in times when voluptous women, like Marilyn and Bardot, were the great sensations.
So this post is about Grace inspirating nowadays fashion.









Forever glorious, stylish ans inspirational!
Forever in our hearts, Grace Kelly.



Filed under Actress, Addict, Diva, Fashion, Hollywood Glam, Personalities, Timeless