Recently, I've found that I finally have a little time to start my blog - sadly, thanks to the economy - but, luckily I will have more time to devote to Martha Stewart inspired projects, reading blogs of farm dwellers in Idaho and catching up on all my celebrity beauty secrets. While I do have less "real work" I am committed to making my blog NESTPARTY | Guide to a Stylish Life an awesome distraction from reality one fantastic idea at a time.

Monday, August 17, 2009

{OBSESSION} Pyramid Stud Details

Monday, August 17, 2009
Last month I took a quiz in some magazine (I do happen to know which it was, but for the love of my reputation of reading "only the best" publications - I'm not actually going to say what I was actually reading) and was informed that my style is: boho. I am not. And, it is sooo not. I'd say I'm more Global Chic or Rockstar on the Road, but not Bohemian.

In celebration of a magazine NOT KNOWING what type of person I am based on a few answers I have organized my anti-boho obsession of pyramid stud details. I'm totally in love with those sandals! I could totally rock those with a jean skirt on the weekend.

What's your style? If you could just make-up a name to fit your style, what would you call it?


Lynn said...

Those shoes ARE perfect!!!

Jaime said...

I love the stackable rings...

I don't know what my style is frankly. I tend to mix things up. I think I'd say my style is modern chic (whatever that means!) :)

Kristin said...

I wouldn't even know where to begin. I'm a mixed bag. I love pulling things from all different types of styles!

Lynn said...

I'm def electric eclectic! That what I'm calling ...... A bit mod with a mix of boho!

Kellie Collis said...

Things that don't match! I love patterns and colours!! x

carlee said...

Love the large cuff and sandals!


Modern times Cleopatra would surely feel in style heaven with all these super chic accessories!
In terms of style I love the combination of rough and smooth, natural and polished, casual and chic, understatement and glamour, serious and witty.
So giving it a simple name to sum it all up it would probably be something like:
(well, at least most of the times...)

Jessica Cangiano said...

A little tough, a little rock & roll, very glamorous! I was recently going through some Sears catalogue images from the 50s and was really surprised by how often studs (including pyramid style ones) appeared on shoes and even belts of that decade. Proof-positive it wasn't the "punk rockers" of the 70s that started wearing them ;D

Wishing you a beautiful Monday & week ahead, honey!
♥ Jessica

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