Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Right At Your Door

I’m standing here, right at your door.
 I have been absent for a long while now on my blog.
I have been busy with finishing college (Congrats me!) and other projects as well.
But to be fairly honest, I went through a hard time. I have lost appetite in blogging…
 I forgot who I was, my career plans changed, I lost myself searching for something else.  Meanwhile, I forgot how much the blog meant to me and how nothing else could describe better my last years in high school, my entry to college, the years in college, and today, my graduation.
A few minutes ago, I was just scrolling down the oldest posts I had written on the blog. I recognized this younger girl who went to my high school; she had dreams and she knew little of what I know today—this nostalgia moved me.
I have made my decision to continue this blog no matter what. Now that I have free time, I want to blog more often about what I love, and not give a damn about everything else. I want the blog to be my reference and still be able to help my friends with my recipes when they need it. I want to stay updated with all the latest trends and news in the fashion industry and be an avant-gardiste and trendy woman.
I want to grow up with you and I want to remember memories.
I’m standing here, right at your door.
Stay tuned.

Saturday, July 11, 2015

I heart Unique at Oddfish

I Heart Unique is the baby of my too favorite older fellow bloggers, Souzanna Baradie and Elsa Osta. Having both a fashion background and years of expertise in styling or accessories design, they have decided to combine their positive 80’s vibes and rainbows of ideas into a line of 8 edition limited Tshirts. It was a pleasure to pass by Oddfish, where the Tshirts are selling currently to celebrate the launching of their capsule collections! I loved many of the tshirts or crop tops, but I ended up buying the one with cupcakes boobies! Haha! I would wear it effortlessly with short shorts and colored sandals for a casual night out!
If you like the Tshirts, rush to Oddfish (near Beirut seaport) as limited quantities of Tshirts are available! Price range is ($45-$65).

I really liked this one too! Those little black tears are in fact fruit seeds!

Souzanna Baradie, blogger and co-founder of I Heart Unique.

I was on my way back from university when I went, so I was wearing a rather casual outfit. However, I tried to focus on the details of the outfit such as the checked patterns of my Stan Smith Adidas sneakers and the striped green and white collar of my slim cotton dress along with a vibrant blue Balenciaga bag. 

Friday, July 3, 2015

Don't Throw Back the Lemon, Make a Lemonade!

Oh well, Summer school. Three courses, 15 credits maximum limit. Not so happy about it, but I should start thinking differently about it to attract positive vibes and do better on my exams! Fact is, I am studying! But my unconscious is playing some tricks on me... How "no words for it"  is it to find out that your grade on a quiz lost some points after some adjustments done by the teacher... Internal problem, he said by email. Weird, the teacher was actually planning to make a raise on all grades...
One day after the exam, I was walking out of the class and I was chatting with one of my classmates... He confessed that  he made the teacher change the grades. He was able to convince the latter to turn some of his mistakes as the correct answer. Someone in class dropped from the 50s to somewhere in the high 30s. And with all of that, the average grade of the quiz jumped up.
When he told me all of that, I went nuts. 
Mother flower. 
Son of a binana. 
He felt sorry for me and tried to console me. I managed to turn out my "displeasure" in a valuable way. I decided myself that he will pay off with a favor. It's really so hard to find someone I know on campus to snap pictures of my outfit so I can blog about later! Don't they say, when life throws at you a lemon, make a lemonade! He didn't mind taking pictures at all. And he Almost ended up making my day. (I'll make up for my grade on the coming quiz!)
But when I think about it, I can slightly still get mad.
Mother flower.

Here, I am wearing True Religion jeans, top from forever21, striped jacket from The Vintage Twin (bought at Bloomingdales NYC, if you ask, but can be found online), and nude Tropeziennes sandals.

A big finance book inside that bag!