Daily Archives: March 2, 2018

Fishing Until The Last Moment

We had organized with my cousin: Santiago Vazquez, a fishing trip for Sunday, April 2, but see the Outlook decided to change it to on Saturday since the rain was going to be much more weak…

Once we enter at the entrance to Paranacito we did approximately 13 kilometres and there bend in a dirt road. We got to stay where we left the car (previous days gave us permission to enter) and then walk over 3 km until you reach the stream that we choose. Continue reading

Tray Size XXL

I desperately needed a big, square tray. And in addition to a particular size. Right of an open napkin, like this, I’ve got thanks to my dear friend Coral, Coral cornerblog, that brought it me no more and no less than Portugal. Continue reading

Top Green Lingerie, White Skirt and Beige Boots

Hi! How are you? I hope it’s phenomenal! I am still amazed because I see from afar without glasses or contact lenses! Amazing! Continue reading

Plus Size Fashion Weekend

Bogota.-the “Plus Size Fashion Weekend” is a fashion fair in the style of the traditional gateways and presence of brands, but with an inclusive vision, it was born with the idea to promote the industry of large sizes for those eternally marked by suffering overweight in Colombia. Continue reading

Vintage Fashion Through Its Concept And Functionality

by: Miroslava Landeros

Alexia Ulibarri is fashion through its concept and functionality. After forming as a designer at The London College of Fashion, Marangoni and some courses at Central Saint Martins, he returned to Mexico in 2008 looking for generating a brand with which to identify itself to today’s woman. Continue reading

10 Basic Tips to Illuminate Your Home

Did you know that light can do to make your home look more attractive and better decorated? Not only lighting is important to perform your daily tasks, also is the basis to make your home look incredible.

Follow these 10 tips to have a light that really lights up your home! Continue reading

Women’s Ties

Of course. The tendency to masculinize the figure and the aspect of the woman is more present than ever. At Madrid Fashion Week we saw how many of the proposals revolved towards the masculine style, where oversized garments like pants were a constant. Continue reading