If you’re looking for the easiest, quickest and most delicious butternut soup you’ll ever eat – you’ve found the right place.
The BodyCon dress, otherwise known as the bandage dress, was first designed by Hervé Leroux in the early 90s. "I didn't want to launch until I truly understood the whole idea. A bandage dress isn't a woven, it's all knitted on a knitting machine and is a completely different concept..."
Once upon a time... polka dots were taboo. Polka dots were definitely not considered a pattern that made people happy.
It happens to so many of us. We come home, are exhausted, don't feel like cooking... and so we make unhealthy choices. No one blames you because everyone can relate. This way of cooking makes like so quick and simple - you'll never make unhealthy choices again!
The reactions of people today when someone wears a sheer dress is always that of 'shocked and interested.' It was only a matter of time though, seeing as 'naked' or sheer dresses have been around for centuries.
We love the way they look and the way they make us feel... high heels are equally as wonderful as they are painful. As many of us know by now, men were the first to rock these 'height-enhancing' items.
It's time for a Friday recipe! When I was first told I have to cut out gluten entirely, I thought about all the yummy things I wouldn't be able to eat. When I fist laid my eyes on a recipe similar to this one I was extremely skeptical. Who eats avocado in dessert? I promise [...]
Everyone knows that "the little black dress (LBD)" is quintessential in a woman's cupboard.
"Florals for Spring. Groundbreaking." Miranda Priestly's editorial staff was put in their place in The Devil Wears Prada but over time the world has come to disagree as floral and fauna seem to attack the runway.
"Breakfast is the most important meal of the day..." A smoothie bowl is created by making a very thick smoothie and then adding toppings of your choice! Here is the recipe for my Berry Smoothie Bowl:
Small boobs are in fashion.
Dungarees first originated around 1792. They were used as protective garment's for farmers, slaves and other people whose occupation involved physical labour - which meant that men in the lower classes would wear them often.