Indefinite Inspirations

We are living in a material world..

And we’re back… February 13, 2012

Filed under: Events,Music,Style — salvo.sabrina @ 12:27 am

Almost one year later from my last post… I’ve decided that Rihanna looks too hot at the Grammy’s this year to go unposted.

Here we are ladies a gents. (I say gents – because I know some of you dudes are googling “Rihanna + hot dress at grammy’s” Just so you know… it’s Armani.

RiRi in Armani

Proud of you Ri. Kept it hot and tasteful at the same time.

I see that I’ve still been getting lots of views in the past year even though I haven’t been posting… so let’s try to renourish this blog with photos and write ups about my indefinite inspirations!

Much love oxo

 

Bling and Things March 19, 2011

Filed under: Jewellery,Style — salvo.sabrina @ 5:39 pm
“Accessories are important and becoming more and more important every day. They can completely change the look of an outfit, and women like the idea of having a wardrobe that’s versatile. For instance, a strong piece of jewelry can make a simple outfit look elegant.”

–            Giorgio Armani 

Bang on. Of course, we all have those fashion pieces that we truly adore. The big beads, the colorful charms, the stones and the chains.. we make up our best outfits using some key pieces.

But we never forget our classic pieces. Usually, they are our pieces of jewelery that our most important to us. They have sentimental value, and have belonged to us for so long, that they are almost a part of us. Some have stories, some remind us of special people, and some are just to pretty to not wear every day. I never see Kaylee Pare without her signature rings, or Ariela Moyal without her Tiffany’s key. Some things just become part of our everyday style, where we feel naked without them. Here is a post on my favorite and most important pieces : )

 

My Nonna gave these to me not long ago. Although they are not part of my everyday get-up, they are some of my favorite earrings.

My trademark elephant ring. Not many days go by where I don't look down at my typing fingers without seeing this on one of them. A gift from my first communion that I will most definitely never part without! The second ring was my late grandmothers gift to my mama, and has now been passed down to me. It has 7 rings which represent the 7 days of the week (or my 7 besties if we want to update the meaning) and is connected by a dangling heart. I don't usually wear one of these 2 rings without the other one.

The first necklace which has the charms of a cross, an anchor, and a heart represent the three theological virtues of faith, hope and charity/love respectively. I believe I've had this charm since my baptism at a few months old. The amethyst charm was also my mother's. On the right is my fendi charm that I bought on my trip to Florence a couple of summers ago. It has my initial on it.

Lastly, my Citizens of Hope bracelet that my bestie Kaylee Pare got me this past Christmas as my Secret Santa gift. I've been wearing it with my gold link bracelet, which also dates back to my Holy first communion and confirmation days. #ohtobeitalian. This one also has a little heart pendent on the clasp.

What jewelry do you wear every day?


 

Mila Swan February 28, 2011

Filed under: Aesthetics,Events,Style — salvo.sabrina @ 12:17 am

My pick for best dressed. Photo from perezhilton.com

As I’m sitting here blogging through a somewhat boring Oscars, I can’t get over how stunning Mila Kunis looks tonight. In this Elie Saab lavender gown, detailed with lace and chiffon, she looks sexy and feminine. The hair, the makeup.. flawless on all accounts. It’s clear that she’s an effortless beauty, but she definitely picked the perfect dress. Although red was a dominant colour for the night, purple hues were also frequent. Who was your pic for best dressed?

Scarlett Johanssen in Dolce & Gabbana. Cate Blanchett in Givenchy. Mila Kunis in Elie Saab. Natalie Portman in Rodarte.

Photo from http://www.fashionetc.com

 

@nicolerichie February 14, 2011

Filed under: Icons,Style — salvo.sabrina @ 10:02 pm

If you ever need to be inspired for an outfit, or you need a good laugh… look for @nicolerichie on twitter. Since the days when we saw the celebrity goofball on The Simple Life, Nicole has proven herself as an entrepreneur styling queen and fashion icon. Here are some pics from REMIX magazine she recently posted to her twitter account.

 

 

À tantôt, Carine February 13, 2011

Filed under: Designer,Icons,Style — salvo.sabrina @ 10:57 pm

As we know, Carine Roitfeld announced her resignation in December from a most sought-after position at French Vogue. As the former Editor-in-Chief, Carine has been a style icon and fashion diva. Her effortless style and casual swagger keeps her looking classy and timeless in every paparazzi snapshot and front-row fashion show. Not to mention that at 57 years old, she’s got better legs than most 22 year old girls I know.

Enjoy some pics of my favorite Carine pics.

Her previous model days

With Mrs. DVF

She's so badass with her banged up knee

Mother and Daughter

And she's able to pull of bandaids at a fashion show

Carine and Anna.. no big deal

I can identify with her party skills

 

 

Snow Hey Ho January 18, 2011

Filed under: Fur,Statements,Style,Travel,Trends — salvo.sabrina @ 1:24 am

Here are some pics from this weekends country getaway to Mont Tremblant. As previously mentioned… the temperature hit -17 degrees celsius – it’s hard to stay warm and look cute!

I have to say though, I think we did a good job 🙂

A dedication to Furtastic

The glamorous Miss Kelsey looking warm and toasty... but keeping her celebrity status top notch 😉

Group shot.. OXO

 

Furtastic January 16, 2011

Filed under: Fur,Shoes,Statements,Style,Trends — salvo.sabrina @ 8:35 pm

I can’t help myself lately when it comes to anything faux fur. It is one of this winter’s warmest trends, and will only continue to become stronger throughout the Fall/Winter 2011 season. I recently purchased a BARTS FUR DELUXE headband at Little Burgundy. I got some great use of it this past weekend on our Mont Tremblant weekend getaway…. where the snow was beautiful, but the temperature was a bone chilling -17 degrees!

I have been on the hunt for a faux fur vest, but I have yet to find the perfect one. Here are a few furtastic items that I’ve had my eye on in the online shopping realm.

My recent winterized purchase...Barts Fur Deluxe Headband

Barts Fur Deluxe mittens to match

Revolve Clothing

Revolve Clothing

Supertrash Fur Vest... a la GaGa

... and finally, welcome back Misha Barton

Aldo Shoes new collection $110