Thursday, October 30, 2014

Happy Halloween

Kyle hates Halloween. Not just because he screams like a school girl in haunted houses (and uses me as a human shield - should I be concerned about this?), but he also hates the fact that this holiday gives me the excuse to dress up like a dude. 

I've been a dwarf, a deer, a Douche Bag (I wore a YOLO hat), Duck Dynasty, etc. But my favorite of all time was Captain Jack Sparrow. I was bar tending at Trotter's, the bar I worked at in college, and this is how I greeted customers throughout the night. It also so happened to be the first time I met my best friend from college's future husband. What can I say? I'm all about first impressions. 

Kyle will be so pissed I posted this picture, but I don't care. I hope my future daughter grows up to be like me and would rather sport beards than be a slutty cop or nurse. 

Being a sluttypants only takes you so far my friends. Trust me, dressing up as a man for Halloween may just land you one. They know it can only go uphill from there...

Have a Happy Halloween everybody!

xo

Monday, October 27, 2014

Fall Inspiration

Although I am a sucker for the Christmas holiday, Fall is by far my favorite season of the year. Even though my version of fall is now sitting in air conditioning during yet another heat wave, I tried to make up for it by buying everything pumpkin in sight at Target. Have a you tried the pumpkin Oreo's yet? Delish. But I'm thinking about duct taping the bag shut.

Here are some of my favorite trends and ideas I'm seeing for fall this year...



1. No-Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake  2. Caramel Apple Jello Shots  3. Spiced Apple Cider  4. Gold Leaf Place Cards          5. Studded Pumpkins  6. Hanging Mason Jar Chandelier



Thursday, October 23, 2014

Rani Totman Memoir

Fashion icon, head designer & founder of the St. Pucchi company Rani Totman is excited to announce that she is writing a memoir!

After 30 years at the helm of the popular brand and its various collections, Totman has announced that she will be stepping aside for the year to pursue her other passion of writing. 


Totman tells I Guess I Do, "I am truly grateful for all the support and love sent my way since announcing this exciting new opportunity that I will be giving my heart to. St. Pucchi will forever be with me and I do look forward to the rebirth with new creative concepts in the future." 


Further details of Totman's much anticipated novel have not been released, however, St. Pucchi continues to invite all its loyal customers to still shop online.

I've had the pleasure of getting to know Rani on a personal level through this blog and am excited for her new endeavors. This lovely lady has been through it all - I can't wait to see what she has to say!


Best of Luck in all you do!

xo







St. Pucchi has been one of the top bridal companies for years, and is credited with changing the way many people design and look at wedding gowns. And now after 30 years of success, the brand’s head designer/founder Rani Totman has announced she is taking a little break to pen an exciting memoir.
Rani tells It’s A Glam Thing, “I am truly grateful for all the support and love sent my way since announcing this exciting new opportunity that I will be giving my heart to. St. Pucchi will forever be with me and I do look forward to the rebirth with new creative concepts in the future.”
We can’t wait to learn and then read more about what Rani has to say!
- See more at: http://nicknorthstar.itsaglamthing.com/archives/1846#sthash.qQaLMfcy.dpuf
St. Pucchi has been one of the top bridal companies for years, and is credited with changing the way many people design and look at wedding gowns. And now after 30 years of success, the brand’s head designer/founder Rani Totman has announced she is taking a little break to pen an exciting memoir.
Rani tells It’s A Glam Thing, “I am truly grateful for all the support and love sent my way since announcing this exciting new opportunity that I will be giving my heart to. St. Pucchi will forever be with me and I do look forward to the rebirth with new creative concepts in the future.”
We can’t wait to learn and then read more about what Rani has to say!
- See more at: http://nicknorthstar.itsaglamthing.com/archives/1846#sthash.qQaLMfcy.dpuf
St. Pucchi has been one of the top bridal companies for years, and is credited with changing the way many people design and look at wedding gowns. And now after 30 years of success, the brand’s head designer/founder Rani Totman has announced she is taking a little break to pen an exciting memoir.
Rani tells It’s A Glam Thing, “I am truly grateful for all the support and love sent my way since announcing this exciting new opportunity that I will be giving my heart to. St. Pucchi will forever be with me and I do look forward to the rebirth with new creative concepts in the future.”
We can’t wait to learn and then read more about what Rani has to say!
- See more at: http://nicknorthstar.itsaglamthing.com/archives/1846#sthash.qQaLMfcy.dpuf