dievca spotted a crossbody bag on sale from a fun French Brand, Jamin Puech. she thought it was depicting sardines and was thrown into dreams and memories of Portugal. she wants to buy the bag for a friend who is a foodie and enjoyed with sardines with dievca. It’s still a bit dear at €207.00 on sale when she is not sure if her friend will wear sequins.
Click here if you are interested in the bag – there are 4 colorways:
By the way, the bag is called SPRAT. Which is a different fish than Sardines:
Sprats are recognized for their nutritional value, as they contain high levels of polyunsaturated fats, considered beneficial to the human diet. They are eaten in many places around the world. Sprats are sometimes passed off as other fish; products sold as having been prepared from anchovies (since the 19th century) and others sold as sardines sometimes are prepared from sprats, as the authentic ones once were less accessible. They are known for their smooth flavour and are easy to mistake for baby sardines. Wiki
Quite a visual.
Presentation, in a time of nowhere to go.
drift out softly
bare feet silent
sink to your knees
grasp Master gently
close your eyes
worship to the music
Only Hearts ‘shine on’ lingerie
Right about now, dievca should be attending the final fundraiser of the year.
Not happening for obvious reasons…
Its dievca’s habit to keep a lookout for outfits that fit the Gala bill.
she ran into this Riasa & Vanessa outfit that made her look twice and smile.
Then shake her head for the many ways it is just wrong for her build:
- Crop top at this age for formal wear?
- Pants that sweeping and long on a short body? (hard to hem)
- Short torso and curves trying to drape those sequins?
Well, this is what she had planned:
Her Black Halo Lucy Dress in Jellybean with these:
- Stuart Weitzman Axis Sandals Black
- Chandelier Earrings
- Subversive +Target ribbon bracelet
- Garay vintage black fabric clutch
- French Luxe hair combs in black
- Bobbi Brown Art Stick Harlow red
dievca is rocking, Marchessa Notte:
Ladylike for her Master.
- Fabric: Sequin weave
- Velvet trim
- V back
- Midi length
- Boat neck
- 3/4 sleeves
- Exposed zip at back
- Shell: 100% nylon
- Lining: 100% polyester
- Imported, India
What are you wearing to Ring in 2019?
(Something for the Littles or anyone who is feeling the Joy! Cinn? XO)
It’s been calculated that Blue Monday 2018 will be January 15 using the formula below.
The date is generally reported as falling on the third Monday in January, but can also on the second or fourth Monday, or even the Monday of the last week of January.
The first one was January 24 in 2005.
What does a dievca do to brush away the blues?
Rochas Blue Sequins just might be the cure.
Hello, Zappos Luxury~ XO
The term go-go derives from the phrase “go-go-go” for a high-energy person, and was influenced by the French expression à gogo, meaning “in abundance, galore”, which is in turn derived from the ancient French word la gogue for “joy, happiness”.
Sometimes you just have to let it rip and say,
“In the morning, I’m wearing Sequins!“
(OK, maybe something for CosPlay – but the fun is undeniable.)
AUDACIOUS & FERAL™ is a ready to wear women’s line created for the risk takers in fashion.
Created by designer Ayana Reynolds, a Baltimore native, who took her family taught skills and moved to NYC at the young age of 19 to pursue a career in fashion.
Receiving education at one of the top fashion design programs, Ayana over the years, took the light sewing she did for herself and friends, and turned it into a clothing line for the recklessly brave.
AUDACIOUS & FERAL™ is all about a love of sequins, glitz and bright colors, making sure to turn any look into a show for all to see!
Offering a new take on what is known to be “night life attire”, AUDACIOUS & FERAL™ makes it known that it’s ok to wear sequins every minute of everyday. Why? Because you can!
Whatever comes of this journey, Ayana wants all of her AUDACIOUS & FERAL™ supporters to remember to INHALE FASHION, AND EXHALE, EXCLUSIVITY, ORIGINALITY, & INDIVIDUALITY!
AUDACIOUS & FERAL…IT’S A LIFESTYLE! (click for link)