I had the pleasure to style my pretty friend Liz Hernandez for the MTV Movie Awards! Liz’s style is very minimalistic, so it was very easy to put this outfit together! I added a pop of color to her all black look with the pastel pink blazer and white and sliver heels for that fresh spring look.
Black Leather Crop Top: American Apparel
High Waisted Leather Skirt: American Apparel
Pastel Pink Blazer: Zara
Arm Candy: Becomb
The MTV Movie awards took place today, and of course my favorite part of the show is always the red carpet! I always look forward to seeing what the celebs are going to wear! This year my favorites had to be Rita Ora, Zendaya, and Jessica Alba!
Now when it comes to worst dressed OMG what was Iggy Azalea thinking the dress was cool but those shoes oh lawd no no no! Now Rhianna usually brings it to the carpet but this year I was just not feeling the look or her hair. What happen Rhi? Last by not least Snooki girlfriend it’s a red carpet!! Her dress was cool for a beach day or day of shopping but not for a red carpet don’t you agree??
I wanna know who you thought was the best and worst dressed! Feel free to comment below..
A good denim shirt goes a long way, you can do so much with it, that’s why it’s an essential every girl needs! With that being said, it’s time to brighten up your wardrobe by simply matching lighter pieces with your denim shirt. I provided some outfit ideas above , super easy outfits to create.
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The beautiful Beyonce graced the cover of Out magazine’s May 2014 Power issue. B Channels her inner Marilyn Monroe on the cover with a blonde bob and pearl necklace.
In the issue, Blue Ivy’s mother speaks out on behalf of her fellow females. “There is a double standard when it comes to sexuality that still persists,” says Bey. “Men are free and women are not. That is crazy.”
She also encourages women to celebrate their sexuality. “You can be a businesswoman, a mother, an artist, and a feminist—whatever you want to be—and still be a sexual being,” she continues. “There is unbelievable power in ownership and women should own their sexuality.”