I was thrilled to be asked by a local television station to put together a few Georgia Southern “game day” looks in honor of GSU’s homecoming last weekend. I was a little nervous about speaking on live television, but I think I did fine. The clothes speak for themselves anyway, right?
J couldn’t make it down for this event, but she was there in spirit. Here are a few pics of yours truly, plus a photo of each model. I am lucky to have such beautiful friends! Check out the fashion magic we worked with GSU’s colors: navy, gold and white.
“Cute and Casual” Tailgate Look:
Cold Weather Looks:
Dressy Post-Game Looks:
Most of these styles can be found on www.shopsocialdish.com.
Do you like our looks? Do you participate in the “game day” trend? Share your pics with us @glitter_blog_xo!
After a long week, we’re ready to get outside. Pick some apples, look for the perfect Christmas tree, watch some birds…anything. Grab a cup of coffee and take a walk with us.
We love the look of a bright plaid shirt under a cozy faux fur vest, paired with dark skinnies and comfy ankle boots. Don’t forget your lip balm (Dr. Lipp is our fave–thanks, Mom!), aviators and camera to capture some pretty fall snaps.
We’ve had a crazy-busy week. Down in Statesboro, L finally launched the new website for her stores Social and Dish. Up in Atlanta, one of J’s restaurants was the filming location for the upcoming Anna Nicole Smith biopic on Lifetime. As our friend Mags says, “It’s an inspiring story.”
On that note, let’s get the weekend started! Here’s your Friday Five.
1.Nails. J and I are going goth this weekend. Halloween is almost here, we’re feeling spooky, and sometimes a nude nail just doesn’t cut it. Try Chanel Black Satin or Essie Blacks.
2. Saturday Skinnies. Dark-wash skinnies are fine for Fridays, but Saturday night calls for something more special. These reptile print skinnies from L’s new website are super comfy, with just the right amount of stretch. Pair them with a black or jewel-tone slouchy sweater and nude heels. Sssssssssexy.
3. Sophisticated Comfort Food. Gah, how good does this pumpkin mac and cheese look?! L whipped up this recipe last night and wished she was able to send J a smell-o-gram. That. Good.
5. Brunch. Now that it’s getting cooler (finally), we can actually handle eating outside. What sounds better than a lazy Sunday brunch al fresco? Check out Daily Candy‘s handy list of the best brunch spots in Atlanta. Live in a different zip-code? Try blogger Katherine Martinelli’s fantastic recipe for Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict and cook up your own feast at home.