Reading List9:00 AM
I don't think either of these books need an introduction. I'm sure everyone who reads my blogs knows The Sartorialist and Nina Garcia.
I held off on buying her books for awhile but after looking through it at Barnes and Noble one day, I decided to bring it home with me. I love that each chapter covers a very basic topic that she would expand on. Her tips all pretty much align with my own style philosophy so I didn't learn anything new but I still loved reading through it. It was really easy to read, I read it in like 10 minutes.
The neat touch was all the illustrations by Ruben Toldeo sprinkled throughout the book.
My favorite quote in the book.
My favorite topic "The upmost importance of shoes".
I love that she starts out with "You can never have enough high heels"
I've had this magazine for awhile but wanted to mention it too. I had never heard of it until I was in a boutique and saw it on their table and flipped through it. This magazine is so full of beautiful images that I had to go and buy it myself. It's not only the images, but the styling and even the writing that's gorgeous. It's not just a flimsy magazine either, the paper they use is really thick, it's more like a fashion book than a magazine.
Here's our collection of coffee table books currently on our table. All the sneaker ones are obviously my husband's. :) The one that's turned around where you can't see the book title is a sneaker book as well.