Thursday, February 9, 2012

Enyia Loves Dsquared

With the end of of Men’s Fall fashion in Milan, I felt inspired to dedicate the month of February to the Men.  We’ll start with Dsquared.  This collection embodied everything a man should be, with its distressed low-rise denim, fitted biker jackets and collegiate sweatshirts. The shaggy mohair and angora sweaters and great tailoring elements, like the tweed car coat, fitted suits, the play on tuxedos, and clean-cut camel coat, left us wanting for more.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Fabulous Friday

Get up and Get Fly! Dress how you want to be addressed. When you look the part & feel the part, You become come the part. Happy Fabulous Friday!!!!

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Dare to Wear?

Just because they speak to my heart....

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Hello ...Hermes Fall Collection 2011

Clean lines, a beautiful palette of neutrals with perfect bursts of color and prints, diverse textures, shapes, & proportions and impeccable styling. Hermes Collection 2011 is the look of Fall. Whether it was a loose black jacket with a contrasting yellow and orange color blocked lining, a leather trimmed one, a classic trench, a tasseled cape, a luscious fur coat, or a blanket jacket, all were refreshingly relaxed while keeping to the Hermes spirit of forward thinking and an understated elegance. And please take a mental note of the hand muffs, Major Flavor!

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Enyia's Fall Knit Picks....

Juicy Orange Bear Ear Warmers
Click here:For the cutest accessories.
                             I love the knitted bow band, bear muffs, link jewelry. Ink Black Mini Bling BangleMint Green Bling Bling Chain
pixielated 350x386 Item of the Day
 Just a little fun for the fall.

Friday, August 19, 2011

Enyia Loves YSL FALL FASHION 2011

This collection is the result of a whole lot of  studying of the YSL house archives.  The beautiful catsuits and the double-breasted coat-dress , clasped at the waist with a half-belt, ending at mid-thigh, had an early-sixties precision, just as the sweeping palazzo-panted volumes of the finale reeked of late-seventies fabulousity.  Yet still captures decades into a single strong statement that spoke of the here and now. The lean, boyish silhouette ,a skirt suit, sweater, and pants; fabrics as classic as a Vidal Sassoon bob. YSL Fall 2011 is deconstructing, reconstructing, exploding patterns, yet keeping dimensions ultra-lean. A beautiful balance between sacred and profane. That kind of equilibrium seemed like the true  essence of  YSL

Thursday, August 11, 2011

We Wood Watches

Feel the difference nature can bring. Completely absent of artificial or toxic material, WeWood fashion watches are as natural and kind as the wrist that carries it. The Eco Chic watches color combos range from black to blonde solids and multi-wood center detailing. This avant-garde approach to sophisticated sustainability is Major Flavor. Get yours before they're instinct!!!!!!

Friday, August 5, 2011

Sunglasses by Waiting on The Sun

Sunglasses by Waiting for the Sun
Are you having a mid summer shopping slump crisis? Are not feeling inspired by anything?

Well allow me to introduce you to Sunglasses by Waiting for the Sun.

I was strolling in thru stores, not intrigued when BOOM, I died and went to Heaven of course! after eyeing these "Natural Wood" frames that age to perfection which will make them your one of kind piece for years to come....

Thursday, June 23, 2011

To Tip or Not to Tip?...That is Always the Question

Beauty Salon Etiquette 
Do You Know How Much To Tip? A good general guide to beauty salon etiquette. It includes tipping, a tipping guide and appointments-making etiquette. Referenced from Emily Post Manners.

If only everyone who offered a service of any kind were paid so well that he or she did not need to depend on tips, but unfortunately this is not the case. We must remember that many people are dependent on tips as part of their salary.
However, if the service is bad, they are rude, careless or inattentive, leave no tip and speak to the manager.
There is the argument that if we continue tipping despite bad service, we might as well make the tip mandatory because it fails the purpose of the 'system'.
What do you think? We will discuss this further below. 

Who To Tip?
It can be confusing to know who should be tipped and how much because sometimes more than one beautician is involved in your appointment.
Beauty Salon Etiquette: Check the totals for each service provided when you are given the bill.Base your tip off the percentages of the bill. For instance, manicurist $12, hair styling $20etc. Alternatively, you can follow the beauty salon etiquette tipping guide below.
If there is a "service charge" on the bill, then you do not have to tip. 

How Much To Tip?.
Beauty Salon Etiquette Tipping Guide:
  • Colorists - 15 to 20 percent
  • Hair Stylist - 15 to 20 percent
  • Shampoo person - $1 - $3
  • Manicurist - $2 for simple manicures or 15-20 percent otherwise
  • Facial, make up, waxing or other personal service - 15 percent
In salons where there is a coatroom/changing room matron, $1 is the standard tip. If there is a fee for that, do not leave a tip. 

When Tipping is Not Needed in Beauty Salon Etiquette
International travel tip:
A common feature of beauty salons in many other countries is that a service has a service charge automatically added to your bill to cover gratuities. In that case, an additional tip is not expected. 

Making Appointments - The Elegant Way
The most common areas of concern of beauty salon etiquette are making appointments, being on time, and communicating with the beauty salon.
If you are in a less busy city where beauty salons are generally quiet with a handful of clients a day, you may walk in and ask for an appointment immediately. Otherwise, salons always appreciate an appointment before hand.
If you did not have the beauty salon's number, you can try your luck to see if they have a free slot. If you are late for your appointment, try to call at least 15 minutes in advance. Usually 15 minutes before the appointment time, we'll already know whether we will be late or not. This is out of consideration for others.
If you are not going to make your appointment, please call and cancel.
Not showing for an appointment is extremely rude. People often do not care because it doesn't not make a difference to their pocketbook. The beauty salon could have scheduled another client on that same time slot allocated. As a client, we also do not appreciate it when we arrive and find our time slot has been taken.

When we arrive and we find ourselves waiting, allow yourself about fifteen minutes of waiting time before you get annoyed. Sometimes another client's hair may have been more difficult to manage so on and so forth. 

Friday, June 17, 2011

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