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Boy’s and Girl’s Primary Needs ♥

miseriadulce:

Boy’s and Girl’s Primary Needs ♥

chaaamieetalk:

Let’s Move On, Okay?
 Birthday is a time to remember someone’s worth and a time for making promises, and I admit, I’ve made a lot of resolutions in the past I had difficulty keeping. But I know this time will be different for there is one promise I absolutely plan to keep : “I’ve made a vow to make this year an extra special one for me, my family and friends.”
 A series of events that happened in my 18th year taught me many valuable lessons about living life to the fullest, enjoying the little things, and being brave enough for anything life may throw your day.
 Someone I truly and madly fell in love with, broke up with me. Everyone knows him. I remember that day so clearly…how I tried to put up a brave front when he said that (a guy breaking up with a girl…it’s the hardest thing. I tell you) and how I was stormed the heaven with cries of help once I found myself alone; How I wanted to get a hug that so tight and they would tell everything would be okay, but how I was really the one who can help myself along. Needless to say, that totally devastated me. He would always been the epitome of inspiration and strength. Seeing him suddenly so happy and linked with someone was like driving a knife straight into my heart. I used another guy, and suddenly fell in love with him too…left me alone again. It pained me even more that I couldn’t help.
 I was gearing up for what I expected to be the worst year of my life. Yes, it is…but you know what? Once I saw my past, I learned to see the beauty behind it. Break ups pulled my friends and family even closer together and brought out a kind of strength in us that we never knew existed.
 But the biggest thing I realized is how important and truly special my friends, my family, and God in my life. So, I’m certainly starting the year with a greater sense of appreciation for everyone.
 It’s amazing how a crisis can actually turn out to be a blessing ——if you learn to take away the bitterness it brings and open your heart to the lessons it could offer.
 As a new beginning ticks in, please join me in a toast to make this year one that I’ll never forget. Whatever we do, let’s remember that we cannot stop time nor slow it down nor adjust it —- so it’s 19th without regrets.
 - Cham

chaaamieetalk:

Let’s Move On, Okay?

Birthday is a time to remember someone’s worth and a time for making promises, and I admit, I’ve made a lot of resolutions in the past I had difficulty keeping. But I know this time will be different for there is one promise I absolutely plan to keep : “I’ve made a vow to make this year an extra special one for me, my family and friends.”

A series of events that happened in my 18th year taught me many valuable lessons about living life to the fullest, enjoying the little things, and being brave enough for anything life may throw your day.

Someone I truly and madly fell in love with, broke up with me. Everyone knows him. I remember that day so clearly…how I tried to put up a brave front when he said that (a guy breaking up with a girl…it’s the hardest thing. I tell you) and how I was stormed the heaven with cries of help once I found myself alone; How I wanted to get a hug that so tight and they would tell everything would be okay, but how I was really the one who can help myself along. Needless to say, that totally devastated me. He would always been the epitome of inspiration and strength. Seeing him suddenly so happy and linked with someone was like driving a knife straight into my heart. I used another guy, and suddenly fell in love with him too…left me alone again. It pained me even more that I couldn’t help.

I was gearing up for what I expected to be the worst year of my life. Yes, it is…but you know what? Once I saw my past, I learned to see the beauty behind it. Break ups pulled my friends and family even closer together and brought out a kind of strength in us that we never knew existed.

But the biggest thing I realized is how important and truly special my friends, my family, and God in my life. So, I’m certainly starting the year with a greater sense of appreciation for everyone.

It’s amazing how a crisis can actually turn out to be a blessing ——if you learn to take away the bitterness it brings and open your heart to the lessons it could offer.

As a new beginning ticks in, please join me in a toast to make this year one that I’ll never forget. Whatever we do, let’s remember that we cannot stop time nor slow it down nor adjust it —- so it’s 19th without regrets.

- Cham

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chaaamieetalk:

Let’s Move On, Okay?
 Birthday is a time to remember someone’s worth and a time for making promises, and I admit, I’ve made a lot of resolutions in the past I had difficulty keeping. But I know this time will be different for there is one promise I absolutely plan to keep : “I’ve made a vow to make this year an extra special one for me, my family and friends.”
 A series of events that happened in my 18th year taught me many valuable lessons about living life to the fullest, enjoying the little things, and being brave enough for anything life may throw your day.
 Someone I truly and madly fell in love with, broke up with me. Everyone knows him. I remember that day so clearly…how I tried to put up a brave front when he said that (a guy breaking up with a girl…it’s the hardest thing. I tell you) and how I was stormed the heaven with cries of help once I found myself alone; How I wanted to get a hug that so tight and they would tell everything would be okay, but how I was really the one who can help myself along. Needless to say, that totally devastated me. He would always been the epitome of inspiration and strength. Seeing him suddenly so happy and linked with someone was like driving a knife straight into my heart. I used another guy, and suddenly fell in love with him too…left me alone again. It pained me even more that I couldn’t help.
 I was gearing up for what I expected to be the worst year of my life. Yes, it is…but you know what? Once I saw my past, I learned to see the beauty behind it. Break ups pulled my friends and family even closer together and brought out a kind of strength in us that we never knew existed.
 But the biggest thing I realized is how important and truly special my friends, my family, and God in my life. So, I’m certainly starting the year with a greater sense of appreciation for everyone.
 It’s amazing how a crisis can actually turn out to be a blessing ——if you learn to take away the bitterness it brings and open your heart to the lessons it could offer.
 As a new beginning ticks in, please join me in a toast to make this year one that I’ll never forget. Whatever we do, let’s remember that we cannot stop time nor slow it down nor adjust it —- so it’s 19th without regrets.
 - Cham

chaaamieetalk:

Let’s Move On, Okay?

Birthday is a time to remember someone’s worth and a time for making promises, and I admit, I’ve made a lot of resolutions in the past I had difficulty keeping. But I know this time will be different for there is one promise I absolutely plan to keep : “I’ve made a vow to make this year an extra special one for me, my family and friends.”

A series of events that happened in my 18th year taught me many valuable lessons about living life to the fullest, enjoying the little things, and being brave enough for anything life may throw your day.

Someone I truly and madly fell in love with, broke up with me. Everyone knows him. I remember that day so clearly…how I tried to put up a brave front when he said that (a guy breaking up with a girl…it’s the hardest thing. I tell you) and how I was stormed the heaven with cries of help once I found myself alone; How I wanted to get a hug that so tight and they would tell everything would be okay, but how I was really the one who can help myself along. Needless to say, that totally devastated me. He would always been the epitome of inspiration and strength. Seeing him suddenly so happy and linked with someone was like driving a knife straight into my heart. I used another guy, and suddenly fell in love with him too…left me alone again. It pained me even more that I couldn’t help.

I was gearing up for what I expected to be the worst year of my life. Yes, it is…but you know what? Once I saw my past, I learned to see the beauty behind it. Break ups pulled my friends and family even closer together and brought out a kind of strength in us that we never knew existed.

But the biggest thing I realized is how important and truly special my friends, my family, and God in my life. So, I’m certainly starting the year with a greater sense of appreciation for everyone.

It’s amazing how a crisis can actually turn out to be a blessing ——if you learn to take away the bitterness it brings and open your heart to the lessons it could offer.

As a new beginning ticks in, please join me in a toast to make this year one that I’ll never forget. Whatever we do, let’s remember that we cannot stop time nor slow it down nor adjust it —- so it’s 19th without regrets.

- Cham

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