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This Monday, I’m torn between these three very cute pairs of teal heels:
L-R: Sueded Keyhole Platform Pump, $35:50; Sueded Uber Platform Pump, $32.50; Round Toe Sueded Wedge, $35.50; Charlotte Russe
I’m feeling inspired by the fashion in Glamour magazine’s September issue, and cover girl Victoria Beckham wears a pair of teal peep-toes on one of her bonus covers, which is what got me started on this trend. But if you’re not a fan of peep-toes, the closed-toe pumps or wedges would be equally gorgeous!
Bonus: Charlotte Russe is currently featuring Buy One, Get One for $12.50 on all pumps…and they have tons of fab new styles in for fall, so look around while you’re there–you might just see another pair you can’t resist!
How awesome is the Mossimo Kalea boot? I just picked up a pair from Target and I must say, they’re not just good-looking—they’re comfy, too. I love the southwestern cowgirl style. The upper feels like denim and the bottom is, of course, faux leather.
They’re right in line with fall’s Southwest-inspired fashions. But they seem to be selling fast, so don’t wait to buy them! At my local Target store, the Mossimo Kalea boot display was almost completely sold out already, and a lot of their other boots were selling fast too!
I finally spotted the new Wet n Wild Fergie nail polishes at Walgreens—but let me warn you, if you’re hunting for the display, snap up any colors while you can: the displays are emptying out FAST and there’s no word on whether these polishes will move to a permanent fixture anytime soon!
I managed to scoop up three bottles of the limited edition polish, shown here. There are a couple dozen shades on the rack, from brights to glitters to metallics, but these are the three that really caught my eye: Grammy Gold, Glamorous, and Tonight’s Gonna Be A Good Night.
If you can find them, the WNW Fergie nail polishes retail for about $3.49. (Check out the Walgreens website to find a store near you.)
Since today is Independence Day, I thought I’d experiment with some American flag nail art.
First, I started with a layer of base coat and three thin coats of white nail polish. This gave me a nice, solid background for the flag. Make sure you let each coat dry thoroughly before applying the next one; if your nails still feel tacky when you touch them together, give them more time.
Next, I added a small square of navy blue in the lower left-hand corner of each nail. You might need to apply two coats to get a nice, deep blue.
Once that was done, it was time to add the stars and stripes. I used a $3 angled eyeliner brush from E.L.F. to add the small white dots for “stars” on each nail. For the stripes, any true red will do. Again, if you need to do so, use two coats to make sure the red is deep and the white “stars” really pop.
Finish it all off with a couple of coats of clear top coat to protect and add shine, and you’re done! Investing in a good top coat is worth the extra $$$ when you’ve spent so much time creating artwork on your fingertips.
Happy Fourth of July, everybody! Check out more American flag nail art on Pinterest.