I only recently discovered it, but Don’t Trust the B in Apartment 23 has quickly jumped on to my must-watch list. The classic beauty Krysten Ritter plays Chloe, a glamorous, self-centered New York City gal who takes delight in traumatizing her small-town roommate June.
Ritter was more known as an indie actress with several guest star TV and small film roles, until Don’t Trust the B set her on the course to bask in a bigger spotlight.
With striking features and porcelain skin, this star mixes classic feminine pieces (polka-dot dresses, A-line skirts) with modern edgy items (printed tunics, leather jackets, combat boots) to create a sweet but sexy pin-up meets NYC style all her own!
Beauty regime: liquid-liner cat eyes and a berry lip stain are her standard. Of course, a healthy dose of SPF to keep her milky skin glowing! Hair: Sleek and stylish with Bettie Page bangs. On a casual day? A flirty pony tail or a simple top-knot.
If I wasn’t already excited enough about fall fashion, here comes fall television season! Old favourites returning, new shows and characters to fall in love with… oh the excitement!
Everyone takes a fashion cue or two from celebrities, so I thought why not tie in fall television to fall fashion and do a bit of a fashion profile on some of the starlets of the season!
In my opinion, one of the BEST shows on television, NBC’s Parenthood (on Global in Canada) finally returned from hiatus last week. I got a chance to watch the premiere episode last night and as always, it left me in tears (I’m a big sap, what can I say?). Now the cast is full of incredible stars, but I have a huge soft spot for TV’s coolest mom, Lauren Graham who plays the quirky Sarah Braverman. Not far off from her beloved role of Loralei Gilmore in Gilmore Girls, Graham plays a single mother with an irresponsible past, trying to get her life together with the help of her huge family of loveable kooks.
I’ve always admired Grahams style. She tends to wear comfortable, basic pieces with a bit of a bohemian flair, while adding just the right amount of rock and roll edge. She’ll pair a pretty, feminine dress with some knee-high leather boots, or add a biker jacket over basic jeans and a jersey top. A touch of sparkle with some statement jewellery, a nude lip and a simple eye are the finishing touches to this easy-to-master look!