Petite Fashion Challenge 16: Summer Wedding Guest

ShareThis month’s Petite Fashion Challenge, hosted by Petite on a Penny (thanks so much for hosting this!), asks us to:  Create an outfit for a summer wedding (the dress code is up to you). For bonus points (and this is what I’ll be doing!) try to make your whole outfit, head to toe, come in […]

August McLaughlin’s Beauty of a Woman Blogfest: February 9/10, 2012

ShareI found August’s blog recently and came across The Beauty of a Woman Blogfest post.  August is encouraging people to post about what they define as The Beauty of a Woman on February 9, 2012, which can include any of the following: – When do you feel most beautiful? – The most beautiful you’ve ever […]

Saying Goodbye to Google Friend Connect

ShareMany bloggers, including Alterations Needed have posted about it.  It was posted and discussed over at Independent Fashion Bloggers (IFB).  As of March 31, 2012, Google Friend Connect (GFC) will be no more for anyone NOT using a Google-related blog.  Shorty Stories, which spent over four years as a Blogger blog, moved to WordPress back […]

Petites at LG Fashion Week and What I Wore – Day 1

ShareIt’s that time of year again – time for LG Fashion Week.  For the upcoming season, we are back in tents, and this time, at David Pecaut Square on King and University.  And while DelectablyChic! is covering all of the shows, you can find some behind-the-scenes pictures here.  As usual, we are posting pictures of […]

Diet Coke’s Stay Extraordinary Gala: What I Wore

ShareDiet Coke’s TIFF party, the Stay Extraordinary Gala, was Monday night and boy was fun.  The dress code was “dress to impress” so the first thing I thought was to wear the Herve Leger dress I recent bought.  Anyway, I bought the dress at a wonderful store called Très Chic Styling in Montreal – they […]

Site Lets You See People With Similar Body Types

ShareI first saw this on Refinery29 yesterday and again today on Jezebel.  Basically, My Body Gallery allows you to input your height, weight, body shape and dress size and then find other people who are similarly sized to you.  It’s supposed to improve women’s perceptions of their bodies since they’re able to see people who […]