May 27, 2012

Dip n' dots


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Izod button up top -thrifted  I  Polka dot high waist trousers -thrifted  I  Neon yellow heels -GoJane  I  Mardox bag -UUMI  
Chainmail belt -thrifted  I  Round frames -80's Purple  I  Watch -Ebay  I  Claw cuff -OASAP.com  I  Neon yellow bracelet -Ettika


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FASHION FOCUS: PRINTED TROUSERS
Trousers with fun prints are the latest and greatest this season. Not only are they in fashion to this date but they are extremely comfortable. It's like wearing stylish pajamas. haha! Now, some people may agree to disagree, but for me, high waist trousers like these gets a two thumbs up in my book. These stylish bottoms can be paired with either flats, wedges or heels. In my case, I wanted to look more sophisticated so I paired my trousers with pointed heels rather than a round toe pump.


Fashion question of the day:
How would you style your trousers?


#teenvogue

Studded tie dye


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Button up silk top -thrifted  I  Distressed short w/ splattered pastel dye -La Petite Marmoset  I  Gold studs -Ebay  I  
Cheetah print tights -XX1  I  Wedges -AMI Clubwear  I  Mardox handbag -UUMI  I  Cross necklace -AMI Clubwear  I
Sunglasses -Ebay  I  Rose gold watch -Ebay  I  Yellow bolo cord bracelet -Ettika  I  Morse code bracelet - Antoinette Lee I
Gold claw cuff -OASAP.com  I  Other bracelets -Juicy Couture & Veev


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I added some gold studs to my La Petite Marmoset distressed shorts with splattered pastel dye. LOVE THEM!!!
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FTC: The shorts and claw cuff were gifted by La Petite Marmoset and OASAP.com for style and feature purposes on EWWITSNIKKI. 

May 13, 2012

Floral and Lace


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Cream lace top -thrifted  I  Floral skirt- F21  I  Jeffrey Campbell Spiked Litas -Envishoes  I  Mardox bag -UUMI  I  
Sheer black nylons -Target  I  Piercing points necklace -LYLIF  I  Skinny belt -thrifted  I  Half tinted frames - Sunglasswarehouse


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May 6, 2012

Bright Ideas


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Liz Claiborne stripe button up shirt  I  Cobalt blue skirt- thrifted  I  Neon yellow heels- Gojane  I  Tattoed tights- AMI  I
Piercing points necklace- LYLIF  I  Black and gold interlocking belt- thrifted  I  Woven side body bag- thrifted  I  
Half tinted round frames- Sunglass Warehouse  I  Rose gold watch- Ebay  I  Black morse-code bracelet- Antoinette Lee Designs I  
Gold multi-chain bracelet- F21  I  Friendship bracelet -Juicy Couture  I  Earrings- F21


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FASHION FOCUS: NEON PARTY
According to Glamour magazine, "neon is having a major moment right now" and I couldn't agree more. Yes, it's a little bit obnoxious especially when you're strutting in these florescent bad boys , but the great thing about this incredibly bright trend is that 99.9% of the time, you will turn heads. Whether it'd be in a good way, or bad...it's completely up to you to just not care.
Anyway, in this outfit, I decided to be somewhat monochromatic, hence the top and my skirt. However, I did want a huge blinding pop of color, so I decided to test drive my new pair of neon heels. This then, brings the eyes straight up and down, so if you end up wearing something similar to this outfit, you will definitely get a lot of those types of stares. Nonetheless, I must say that I am really loving this whole neon "in yo face" trend, just because it reminds me so much of the 80's :) after all, I am an 80's child.

May 3, 2012

My Opinion Counter: Circle lenses


Circle lenses have been made popular throughout Asian countries, but these lenses actually originated from South Korea. This then started that whole “Ulzzang” or doll-like frenzy all around Asia. However, its popularity has now sky rocketed and has now spread through different parts of the world including the United States.

Now, you might ask, “what is/are circle lenses?” and “are they the same as regular contact lenses?” Well, for starters, circle lenses are practically the same as regular colored contact lenses aside from the fact that they give the illusion of a much bigger iris. Most of these lenses have a thick outer rim to them, while some do not. However, these lenses do vary in sizes depending on how enlarged you want your iris to appear. These lenses vary from a 14.0mm which is the smallest, to as big as 16.0mm. This is another reason why they are called “circle lens” instead of just the regular term, contact lens.

Circle lenses also comes in a huge variety of styles, and colors. From the natural looking lenses that will give you just the right amount of enlargement and a slight boost in color, to the very extreme unrealistic looking lenses that looks almost costume-like.  

Another thing that you might need to know about these lenses is that, since they are a little bit thicker than the usual contact lenses that your optometrist prescribes, the time that you wear them will also differ. As the circle lens are a little thicker, your eyes will need more oxygen to breath, hence less time to wear these particular lenses. Usually, a minimum of 5-6 hours of wear, but for some lenses, they are so comfortable that they could be worn for much longer.

I, personally have been wearing circle lenses with prescription for the past 2 or 3 years now and I have not gone blind whatsoever. So, although, the United States’ FDA has not actually approved these lenses, it is up to you to proceed with caution in regards to trying them, especially if it’s your first time.


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