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Sunday, November 30, 2008




Last night's traveling/airplane oufit:




Ahhh...such a delightful week. An absolutely phenomenal vaca with the family; I am just the happiest camper. Seven days filled with pina coladas, ridiculously fast boat rides, bike rides down a volcano, snorkeling in the turquoise waters, frolicking along the softest-sand beaches, delicious food, and relaxation. 

I do hope all of your Thanksgiving holidays were magical. I have missed blogging. (Hopefully that does not make me too much of a dork).

I have compiled a few outfit photos from the past week. Hope you like them :) It was certainly a change from my normal garb, but I enjoyed the sundresses and cut-off shorts. 

Wearing thrifted dresses, cropped blazer, sandals, Cheap Mondays green off-the-shoulder, DIY denim shorts, Bestsey Johnson peacock necklace.

Smile for me, baby! It's oh so lovely to be back!
-Molly Shameless

p.s. WAY INTO SHOULDER PADS LATELY...thinking that is Mr. Decarnin's doing.

Graffiti On Wheels

Friday, November 28, 2008

6 Cool graffiti on wheels.

Super x High Snobiety

So my little brother just told me about a sweet new collaboration that Super Sunglasses is doing with street fashion blog High Snobiety. I hadn't heard of the blog until I heard about the sunglasses but it's got some pretty great stuff, think bright sneakers and hoodies.

 I have a pair of the classic white Supers which I wear just about every day and I think it's about time I got a new pair. These just might be the ones I spring for seeing as I'm absolutely in love with the super thick frames and like the other Super styles they look extremely wearable and are fairly affordable. I would love the glasses version, but I'm thinking I'd get more use out of the sunnies. Now I just have to get someone to hop over to Fred Segal and pick me up a pair since, sadly, I am now at the airport on my way back to school.
Break was lovely but way too short. Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Smile for me, baby.

Airplane Meals

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Till Bartels is a German journalist, who spends most of his life jet-setting between countries. Needless to say, he has had the opportunity to sample all types of cuisine offered by the airlines. Here are some of his food experiences 30000-feet in the air.

Emirates Airlines, First Class Suite Airbus A380
Air Berlin, Economy Class
Air Canada, Economy Class
German Airlines
Continental Airlines, Business First Class
Emirates Airlines, Economy Class
Etihad Airways, First Class
Gulf Air, Business Class
KLM Airlines, Economy Class
Lufthansa, Business Class
Lufthansa, Economy Class
Lufthansa, Economy Class
Martin Air, Economy Class
Singapore Airlines, Business Class A380
Singapore Airlines, Business Class
Singapore Airlines, Business Class
Turkish Airlines
Spain Air, Economy Class
Swiss International Airlines, Business Class
Thai Airways, Economy Class
United Airlines, Economy Class

Carbon E7 Purpose Built Police Car

Carbon Motors is a car manufacturing company that seems to have taken the job of making the perfect police car into their own hands. After they made extensive research including talking with all kinds of law enforcement people they started building the first purpose built police car: the Carbon E7.

The car can sprint up to 65 mph in under 7 seconds via a 300 HP diesel engine and brush-off small arms fire thanks to bullet proof panels. The cars price range will be $20k-$70k depending on options, but with a 250,000 durability spec, suicide rear doors, and more LED lights than a Caddy, it seems worth it.

Phonebook Art

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Cuban born artist Alex Queral has a fascination with the human head, and using materials such as old telephone books. Using just a razor knife and acrylic, he creates extraordinary three dimensional imagery.

Source: Alex Queral