We’ll admit it: sometimes we can get a little too ambitious when it comes to New Year’s resolutions. This year, let’s be more realistic. Whether you’re looking to stay in touch, get organized, or work on your fitness, we’ve got the tools you need to start (and maintain!) 2015’s goals.
Local jewelry designer Molly Sharp lives a rock-and-roll lifestyle. From her long-tressed musician husband and polished-yet-bohemian home in East Dallas to her effortless free-spirited sense of style—everything has a so-cool-you’ll-be-jealous vibe about it. And her new jewelry shop, The Silver Soul, is no different. Shoppers will find the 1966 Safari Airstream Trailer filled with rings inspired by […]Read More
Halloween is almost here, but before you reach for those cat ears (yet again), try dressing up as something a bit more original: one of Dallas’ best-known landmarks or citizens, of course! We’ve compiled a list of our five favorites and how to get the looks. Reunion Tower. If you’re in a pinch, create this costume out of things […]Read More
Mornings are not the best time for me. After waking up at 5:30 a.m. for yoga, I’m usually ready for a nap by 7:30 a.m.—which is when I should be blow drying my hair, applying two coats of Yves Saint Laurent mascara, and changing outfits approximately four times. So when I heard about the beGlammed iPhone app, which just started offering hair and beauty services in Dallas (it’s already available in Los Angeles and Las Vegas), I wondered if my mornings were about to get a whole lot easier. And a whole lot more glamorous.Read More
For those of us who aren’t NFL fans, the Super Bowl is basically a time to chow down and chill out while watching commercials and the half time show (all praise Queen Bey). But this year, you can add fashion to that list thanks to the Council of Fashion Designers of America and Bloomingdales. They’ve teamed up with the National Football League foundation for a one-of-a-kind line of customized football helmets designed by the likes of Danijo, Nicole Miller, Rag & Bone, Pamela Love, and Dallasite Lela Rose.Read More
It was a good weekend for deliciously good finds. 1. I took home this mini carpet bag from Dolly Python. It’s the perfect size. 2. Smoking is not okay. But carrying things around in this 60s cigarette case sure is. (Dolly Python) 3. No lipstick left behind with these oversized cosmetic cases from Forty Five Ten. […]Read More