Thursday, June 30, 2011


Now there's lots of lucky ladies out there taking the p lunge into married life and this is also an exciting time for their best girlfriends  and family members who are bound to be part of the bridal party.  And of course it's an absolute honour for us to be asked to be a part of it, but let's be real- it can be pretty costly!  I mean, with gifts and baccalaureate parties (or hens as some call it), hotel stays if you have an away wedding, hair, makeup , the list goes on.  It can be stressful on the ol' pockets to afford what can usually be very expensive bridesmaid dresses.  So let's spread the wedding love vibe and help our besties out with some fab possible bridesmaid dresses- all under 50.00 euro. 




Hmmm--I think I've seen that somewhere before!

Now we all know Madonna is an absolute legend- in my books anyway.  I've been in love with her for as long as I can remember; bouncing around to La Isla Bonita when I was four like I even knew what the hell she was talking about.  And anyone who knows me knows I have a super girl crush on Lady Gaga- and I often wonder if its because its the nostalgia; is our generation so GaGa crazy because it's like living through the madness of Madonna at an older age when we can appreciate and be involved in the fashion/music more?  I mean it's a known fact that many recording labels use samples of older songs and they tend to do very well because it's familiar. Here are some pics just to show how much the material girl has influenced the Born This Way star.

I mean that's gotta be pretty blatant, isn't it? But kudos to her for doing it.  She's nailed it right down to the 'I'm going to rule the world and you're going to love me for it' attitude- and I have to admit I'm smitten, just as I was with Madonna.

Although Madonna is obviously a huge influence on Gaga- I've noticed some other mentionable likenesses:

What do you think? Have we gotten bitten by the Gaga love bug because we're reminded of something that was probably a huge part of our childhood? 

Wednesday, June 29, 2011