Shoesday Tuesday – Zara Shoe Sale Gems


We are all in luck. Zara is having an amazing shoe sale. I know I have ranted multiple times about my love for all things Zara shoes but now they are at prices that are basically half off. Please join in the celebration below and then head over to


Get it: (left to right, row by row)  Gold Studded White Sandals – $19.99, originally $49.90, Green and Black Pointed Pumps – $49.90, originally $89.90, Gold Cross Over Heeled Sandals – $49.99, originally $89.90, Red Leopard T-Strap Sandals – $39.99, originally $69.90, Black and White Multi Stripe Wedge – $39.99, originally $79.90, Black and White Sling Backs – $49.99, originally $79.90

Shoesday Tuesday – Teach An Old Dog New Tricks


I’ve never really had too much of a prejudice against a specific type of shoe – except maybe sneakers – but, I must say that I’ve always been a little luke warm about mules.

Recently, my best friend purchased a pair for her new burlesque venture and I thought to myself – cute, pin up inspired little shoe – am I missing out?

Fast forward a couple weeks to a day of online window shopping when I stumbled upon these beauties – I had to have them.


(With any luck they’ll be delivered to my office tomorrow.)

So let’s explore, open our minds, and step into a new pair of shoes.


Get it: (left to right, top to bottom) Pink Suede Open Toe Mule – $540, Patent Leather Black and White Mule Sandal – $75, Faux Reptile Peep Toe Bootie Mule – $41, Vivienne Westwood Patent Leather Red Mule – $100, Classic Mule – $59

Happy Branching Out!


Shoesday Tuesday – Pantone Powers That Be


In fashion land – trends are predetermined by the chosen ones and we all jump on the boat. Some designers even pay forecasting companies to give them their inspirational mood boards.

Included in those forecasts is always: Color. And the color bible is the almighty Pantone book. Each year Pantone chooses a color of the year – last year’s being Tangerine Tango. (That insane name has haunted me for the past 365 days.)

With 2013 comes a new Pantone of the year and the lucky winner is Emerald. However, we can’t all go around only wearing green – so we’ve been blessed with other options that are sure to be in all the stores very soon.

Let’s take a look at the 2013’s approved colors – and the shoe options that follow suit.



Get it: (upper left, heading clockwise) Cut Out Platform Sandals – $120, Gold Platform Pumps – $945, Mesh Panel Pumps – $175, Thick Velcro Ankle Strap Kitten Heels – $40, Studded Loafers – $65, Kate Spade Cut Out Crocs – $328, Bow Front Suede Pump – $117

Monaco Blue

Monaco Blue

Get it: (upper left, heading clockwise) Suede Bow Fronts – $26, Platform Wedge Buckled Sling Backs – $72, Suede and Patent Peep Toes – $820, Sheer Polka Dot Ankle Straps – $298, Gold Toe Cap Flats – $45, Patent Leather Wedges – $61, Lanvin Crystal Sandals – $2,800

Lemon Zest



Get it: (top, bottom, right, left) Bow Peep Toe Jellies – $35, T-Strap Patent Leather Wedges – $675, McQueen Curved Satin Heels – $795, Platform Bow Ankle Strap Peep Toes – $90, Snakeskin Cut Out Pumps – $600 the, Tassle Tie Ups – $198

Poppy Red

Poppy Red

Get it: (top, bottom, right, left) Peep Toe Ankle Straps – $695, Rain Proof Bow Jelly Flats – $48, Vintage Pointed Kitten Heels – Sold Out!, Peep Toe Platforms – $50, Suede Slashed T-Straps – $1,045, Patent Leather Brogues – $175



Get it: (left, right, top, bottom) Two Toned Lace Up Oxfords – $388,  Satin and Suede Peep Toes – $99, Rose Gold Toe Capped Pumps – $89, Strappy Platform Sandals – $1,606, Bow Back Platform Pumps – $150, Round Toe Mary Janes – $278 the

Since we are talking Spring – time to start my birthday wish list.


Get Your Holiday Shop on!


Ohhh Heeyyyy New York City!

I want you to come drink, shop and be merry with me!

On Wed, Dec. 19th I will be holding my first ever Pop Up Shop.


Come get all of your loved ones (or yourself) something different and awesome this Holiday Season. 

Here is a sneak peak of all the goodies:


Hope to see you there!




Keisha does FNO!



Last week I took to the streets for Fashion’s Night Out. A night when those who have a love for fashion and amazing style step out in one of their best looks. Walking through the streets of manhattan they pose for bloggers, make statements and sip champagne in some of their favorite stores.

My night started when I came out of the train station in SOHO to see MUEHLEDER displaying her new collection. It was sexy, edgy and modern. Most of all I LOVED the makeup. Dewy luminous skin, red eyeshadow and gold lipstick complimented each look.

I stopped by the Billionaire Boys Club store and my little sis Kaya was there sporting this 1920’s fingerwave hairstyle with a pearl finish brown lipstick. She’s giving me fall all the way.

This trio turned the heads of everyone that passed them including mine. Not only were they dressed fabulously, they were sweethearts. Nothing’s more beautiful to me than humble people with style.

I then shopped into the UGG store where Dj C.Devone was on the 1’s and 2’s. She had everyone doing the Dougie. And she did it in style by dressing up her denim shirt with a gold metallic flared skirt, a chunky gold chain and a soft makeup look.

While waiting for champagne Christine caught my eye with a bright matte red lip.

And they way she mixed her patterns. Those floral pants… LOVE!

Couldn’t get enough of her shimmering green eyeshadow and wispy lashes.

Her makeup matched the green wavy pattern on her fly jumpsuit.

The effortlessly chic Tanisha was my partner in crime for that evening in her paisley print linen shirt and high waisted drop crotch pants.

Her smokey eye and nude lip were on point, a perfect accessory for her look.

My night ended with a fashion zombie. It wouldn’t be Fashion’s Night Out if it didn’t .

-Keisha taught you 😉
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Lady Leo Love!


Lady Leo Love!

Model: Chelsea Gianna

Rawwrrr…… Can you feel it in the air??

The ecliptic longitude is at 120° and the Lady Leo’s are on the Prowl.
This sign is known for using fashion to express themselves, Big Jewelry, Loud Colors, and Animal Prints oh my!
I have been surrounded by many female Leo’s lately and it has been quite inspiring. They are just, well, FIERCE.

Lady Leo

The Golden Champ


The Golden Champ

I got inspired by our gold medal all around champ Gabby Douglas. First off I want to say congratulations Gabby! You were amazing and you made history!
I’m sure we all have noticed Gabby’s slight smokey eye which she does by just lining her lower and upper lashline with black eyeliner and loading up on mascara. So I decided to do my own rendition and of course I’m going to show you how I did it.

Step 1: Apply a eyeshadow primer. This will help grasp the eyeshadow and help it last longer.


Step 2: Apply a gold eyeshadow that has a satin or frost finish by dabbing the eyeshadow onto the lid from lash line to crease. I used MAC eyeshadow in All That Glitters.


Step 3: Dab a matte black eyeshadow on the outter corner of the eyelid and the crease. Blending towards the inner corner of the eye. I used MAC eyeshadow in Carbon.


Step 4: Apply a liquid eyeliner along the upper lash line. I used Wet and Wild Mega liquid eyeliner in black.


Step 5: Apply a black eyeliner to bottom lash line and water line. Then take a small eyeshadow brush or a smudge brush, sweeping back and forth, smudging out the liner. I used MAC eyeliner in Smolder. Add black mascara to top and bottom lashes.


The finished look: a sexy smokey eye that can be worn on and off the mats. 🙂


Products used:


Who Doesn’t love a good Arm Party






Chunky, Thin, Silver, Gold, Neon, or Yarn

Two’s company

Three’s a crowd

Any more and it’s a PARTY!

The more the merrier.

Stack away!

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