Sunday, September 29, 2013

Purses that Make a Statement - Angela & Roi Handbags

Just as technology has evolved over the centuries, so has fashion. Now instead of just shopping, we can now shop for a cause.

Angela&Roi Handbags are far more than your average purse. When you purchase a tote of a particular color, $5 of  your purchase goes to a medical cause that the color represents:

So if you purchase a purple tote, $5 of your purchase will go to Alzheimer's Awareness!

"We believe fashion can be utilized to both an artistic and charitable effect. Our company presents an opportunity for us to intertwine consumerism with philanthropy. We hope you can join us in our effort to donate  toward the solution of various causes."

What color will you Take the Stares in?

Take the Stares to Breast Cancer Awareness- Pink
The Ostrich Oversized tote is perfect for those who are always on the go and need lots of room to store their daily necessities in!
Take the Stares to AIDS Awareness - Red
One of my favorites styles is the mini Cross-body clutch (especially in this wine red color). It's so chic with the gold and black buckle, and perfect for fun night in the city.
Take the Stares to Kidney Cancer Awareness - Orange
I really love the Square tote because you can wear it with just about any kind of outfit. It plays up a casual outfit and complements a dressier ensemble.
Take the Stares to Childhood Cancer Awareness - Yellow
I love the color of this Shoulder purse. The mustard yellow is perfect for Fall!
Take the Stares to Depression and Anxiety Awareness - Green

Take the Stares Colon Cancer Awareness - Blue
Now this particular Sunday tote is probably my favorite. Just look how vibrant that blue is!
Take the Stares to Alzheimer's Awareness - Purple
Another fabulous style of the Cross-body clutch...
 Take the Stares to Melanoma Awareness - Black

Take the Stares to Diabetes Awareness - Grey
Take the Stares to Cancer Awareness - Brown
Take the Stares to Lung Cancer Awareness - White
And this is only a few of the many selections they have in store...
So Take the Stares with Angela and Roi this fall with one of their fashion forward and life changing purses today.
"Fashion combines the necessity of clothes and art. Women's fashion allows for expression of individuality, uniqueness, and passion during any season. Handbags are symbolic of this pragmatic beauty. A good handbag goes past as carrier of items into a confident statement to the world."
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Friday, September 27, 2013

Rise of the High-Low Skirt

Well, if you couldn't tell, we love our Georgia Bulldawgs. What better way to Take the Stares this game day weekend then with a great high-low skirt to show your school pride?! 

What You'll Need:
  • An old (or new if you choose) maxi skirt
  • Sewing scissors

Step 1
Take your maxi skirt and slightly make a crease in the middle part of your skirt where you'd like the hem of your opening to begin. If you need to, take a pen and mark a line on the crease.
Step 2
Next, take your sewing scissors and cut a small hole on the crease you created.
Step 3
Use the hole that you cut in the crease (in step 2) to use as a starting point for your opening. When cutting your semi-circle, cut out out and down. Be sure you also cut the inside lining of skirt along with the outside layer.
 The opening should begin to look something like this...
Continue to cut out the opening of your skirt.
 Step 4
 After you cut the opening to your high low skirt, go back and cut the inside lining a little shorter than the outside layer so it will hide behind the outside layer.
 And now you're ready for gameday! Happy tailgating sports fans! (GOOOOOOO DAWGSSSS!!!)
Here are some more inspirations for your new high-low skirt creation:
Creation and Design by Jazmyn Wormley

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Robin's Hot Maxi Dress on Waiting to Exhale

So who remembers in Waiting to Exhale when Robin and Troy went to the all white party together, and she walked into the room with this little number?! I couldn't take my eyes of that dress! Today, Lela Cochran's all white dress from that particular scene in Waiting to Exhale inspired me to Take the Stares. Man I love 90's fashion! Now mind you that the summer is over and Labor Day has passed, but I've always believed that white dresses always have the power to make a girl look effortlessly sophistocated. So if you're feeling inspired, check out these dresses I found that can help you get a similar look.
Emilia Clarke
Gabrielle Union