Katie Ermilio Fall 2012
Friday, March 30, 2012
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Monday, March 19, 2012
Okay, so obviously they're not Christian Louboutins, but if you're looking for cute, teal suede pumps this spring, these ones from Zara are a very affordable option. At just under $50, you can't beat that.
Lately, I've been really stressed out about finding a summer internship, but now I found one! I went on one interview and got it! I'm really excited to start but also incredibly nervous. It's the closest thing I've ever had to a "real job"- one that is actually related to the career you want to pursue. Now, I'm moved on to worrying about what to wear to work. Any tips ladies?
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Hi everyone! Are any of you on Spring Break? Because I am! I'm getting some much needed rest and relaxation so hopefully I can come back to school, apartment hunting, and this blog fully recharged!
I know I've been slacking.
These are my Spring Must Haves. I'm so excited to get my hands on the MAC Chenman Love and Water Collection. Makeup is my little indulgence. You know when you want to indulge in something but you don't want to spend hundreds of dollars, well when that happens to me you'll probably find me at Sephora picking a up few things. What are little things you like to indulge in?
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Hi everyone! I hope you are having a great week so far! I've been soooooo busy lately its been hard to find time to blog and read my favorites. I had a midterm and I've been trying to figure out what I'm doing this summer: i.e. taking summer school/finding an internship. I know summer seems far away, and it kind of is, but every other law student has started the process. The finding an internship part can be daunting and exhausting, but hopefully everything will pan out soon enough.
Now let's get cheerful! I absolutely love how art influences fashion. Take a look at Jackson Pollock's Shimmering Substance and Christian Louboutin's new Pigalles. You can totally see how Louboutin was influenced by abstract art and Pollock's signature drip painting. Art history was one of my favorite subjects in college (I was a political science major). Did any of you take art history? What period of art is your favorite?