Since I’m all hopped up on DayQuil for the second day in a row it doesn’t look like my weekend will be too exciting. I’m hoping that you have a weekend filled with fun and relaxation planned! Here are few of my favorite reads from around the web this week. Thank you so much for reading.
Being that I accidentally dropped my Shellac brush on my lap this past week (of course when I was wearing one of my favorite sweater dresses), it is definitely worth bookmarking this link which helpfully explains how to remove nail polish from almost anything.
Marc Jacobs, who serves on the board that governs regulations for fashion designers’ shows, blatantly disregards CFDA guidelines by hiring two 14-year-old models, and then has them work excessive hours. Nice, huh?
I recently discovered the adorable Wendy Nguyen (from watching the IFB livestream) and her lovely blog, Wendy’s Lookbook, a new favorite of mine. Check out this post to see how she added leather pockets to a Banana Republic dress for a completely new and chic look. Genius!
On a serious note . . .
Set your DVRs. The Price of Sex has its U.S. television première this Saturday, March 10 on The Documentary Channel at 8 PM ET. Through the voices of women that were once victims, director Mimi Chakarova exposes the frightening world of sex trafficking from Eastern Europe to the Middle East and Western Europe. See the powerful trailer below.