Thursday, October 18, 2007

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Bringing in the Rain, THE RAINBOOT POST

With the weather being what we would call in the rural area of Bloomington, "draught", perhaps looking at some of the cute boots of this season might allow some cats and dogs.

Now, if you can afford it, my particular favorite would be pairing a classic Burberry wellie with its partner, the trench:

at $170, i figure these can be considered trendy for a college girl, but also darling and classy to take with you into your years.

Kate Spade in her wonderousness with the CUTEST little fishies! $130

Here we also have the JCrew Boots of this year starting at $68:

This being a completely different look and feel from the first, it's very sorority, cutesy and more affordable. It also comes in mustard yellow for those wanting to go back to the Paddington Bear appeal.

More JCrew Rainboots include:

There are several others or in different colors when you navigate their website.

Roxy for $50 at Target for the blonde super against the suburb teeny bopper:

If you are looking for affordable:
Target is also starting to divulge its feet into the rubbers starting at $19.99

or if you decide you're too hardcore for rainboots, try these:

If you don't see something you like, I urge urge URGE you to look at brands such as Capelli, Hunter, or Chooka, as they are known for their rainboots, and very reliable.

European site:

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Discovery Zone: Kids!

So I do believe the website where you can create outfits and publish them along with vital shopping information such as links to the items for their cost and description is phenomenal. Polyavore anyone?

The obvious First Post

Everyone goes through that time period where they wish to document their thoughts or feelings or to-do listings. As of late, I've become obsessed with not only fashion scene in my local area and trends but also high fashion and specifically advertisements and media attention with celebrities. We'll see how this develops.

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Rebecca Hill. I currently attend Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Previously, I attended Ball State University in Muncie. My self hopes include checking off my large life to-do list, creating a new, innovating and powerful idea, being successful in my career and having a couple kids. The beau and I have been together almost 4 years in October, so consider me the old ball and chain. Movies where the main character is involved with the media, such as What Women Want and How To Lose A Guy In Ten days, inspire me to further my education in the fields of journalism, advertising, and graphic design.

Boring. Now on to whatever.