Saturday, May 28, 2011

My first AdSense update!

Yippee! I have now acquired, thanks to you girlz and guyz, exactly $9.83! Another 17 cents and I have earned my first check! Thanks to all who've been clicking!

Wednesday, May 25, 2011


Attention! Thank you. Ahem. You may have noticed that I have some advertisements on my blog. Now, it must be known that I loathe, despise, and utterly detest ads and commercials. However, if I allow google to post an ad on my blog with a widget called Adsense I make money for each time someone clicks the ad. If you would be so kind as to do so, I would be completely and eternally grateful to you. I'm not allowed to click the ads, (also kown as cheating) and I would be so very pleased and happy if you clicked them and then just closed it out. Unless, of course, you found an ad for debt free living to be so wonderfully interesting then you have my permission and blessing to keep looking at it. Do as you wish.
Also, I will stop excessively overusing adjectives, if you do. Although it is rather humorous and fun... :P Ooops...I did it again. :P

Fashion Report: Audrey Hepburn

I really wasn't going to do another fashion icon this week, but, well, I kinda got behind and I almost forgot this week's post. And then one of my loyal subjects, I mean, followers, Miss Emily Tetsch suggested I do Audrey Hepburn. Seeing as I had no other ideas, I agreed! And here is your fashion report on Audrey Hepburn. Bon Appetit!
Audrey Hepburn was an actress from the mid-1900's. She was also a fashion icon as well, obviously, and she loved a lot of the styles that former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy liked as well. However, she had her own style too.
You may have heard about the Little Black Dress. Ms. Hepburn made them famous on the big screen. Other clothes that she liked were capri pants, and ballet flats. I myself adore ballet flats. Turtlenecks, and trench coats were also another major item. Personally, I think a trench coat gives an air of mystery and excitement. Audrey Hepburn was a daring fashion icon.
For example, she wore men's button down tops and managed to pull it off quite well. This fashion icon as well as Jackie Kennedy still lives on in fashion today. The ghost of famous fashion icons past still hide in today's styles. Look around and see if you can find them.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Fashion Report: Fashion Icon Jacqueline Kennedy

This week's fashion report is going to be about a fashion icon. Jacqueline Kennedy, during her late husband's presidency, was considered to be a fashion icon for women all over the world. The clothes she wore set the styles for women everywhere. Pillbox hats, sleeveless A-line dresses, and suit sets with quarter length sleeves. These styles were known as the "Jackie look". Jackie may have been a great fashion icon but she wasn't a very thrifty person. She spent $45, 446 on fashion her first year in the White House! Wow!
After her husband's death, Jackie's style changed dramatically. She began wearing gypsy skirts, silk head scarves, large dark glasses, bright colors, and even wore jeans in public! (Women wore skirts or dresses in public only during this time) Some of these styles are coming back now too. Jacqueline Kennedy was a fashion icon in her time. She is still considered a fashion icon today.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Fashion Report: Maxi Dresses

Starting now, each week I will do a Fashion Report post. I will talk about the latest styles, modesty, fashion icons, and other fashion related things. This week's Fashion Patrol post is going to be about maxi dresses.

What is a maxi dress you may ask? Maxi dresses are long, ankle length dresses that usually have some type of strap. This summer they are seen in floral prints and basically any color. Maxi dresses are popular with women's clothing and children's. Maxi skirts, which are just a long skirt are also popular. These dresses and skirts look very cute with wedge heels or strappy sandals and long necklaces. They also look good with a cute shrug, too!

Well, that's all for today, folks! Join me, Fashionista Raegan, next week for your next post!