Hats

I think this is one of my New Year's resolutions: Start a hat collection! So far, I love these hats: The fedora. So gorgeous on Giselle: or this girl: The…

Black Lace for the Holidays

My favorite thing to wear at holiday parties is black lace! This post is basically just a bunch of inspiring black lace dresses from the runway and around the web. Black lace over bare skin, showing the contrast between the black floral designs and the color of the skin just makes me happy! One from the Balmain show. Love the 3/4th sleeve. Wish it wasn't so short!

This Dress

Right now, aside from tiny floral prints, I'm loving all things romantic, light colored, flowy, and drapy. I feel all twitterpated with this dress! And it even has a focal…

3 Styles That Give the Appearance of Wider Hips

I'm writing this article because I know I can't be the only one who wishes they had wider hips, not smaller hips. Many Asians have this issue: our narrow hips make us have a very boyish figure. I know I don't want to look like a boy! I want womanly curves. You'll probably find many more apple-shaped Asians than pear-shaped Asians, and I definitely fit into the apple shaped category when I gain weight. Plus, I have wide shoulders and I think that wider hips balance out my body, bringing me closer to the coveted ideal of having an hourglass figure. Wider hips also create the illusion of a smaller waist. These are the styles that I wear to give me the appearance of wider hips, or rather a wider pelvic area. 1. Anything that has a wide panel of color or horizontal stripes right in the pelvic area: I bought these two pants at Target a couple of months ago. They're made by Mossimo. I love how the horizontal stripes fall right where I want to create the illusion of wider hips. I bought them in a peachy/pink shade and a navy blue shade. The important thing is that the stripes or color panel should not sit on your waist, but below your waist, in your pelvic region.