Hollywood award shows always bring out the hottest stars from TV, movies and music. But, let’s be honest, we all know our favorite part isn’t who wins the awards. We LOVE seeing what the fabulous stars are wearing: everything from the gowns, to the jewelry, to the shoes, to how their hair and makeup is styled! Here is our list of the best dressed winners from The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards last night!

Our Top 5
Sarah Hyland
The Modern Family star looked stunning in a gold vintage Dolce & Gabbana strapless gown. I love the lace detail down the dress and the black lace tie at the waist. Hyland topped it off with simple, yet gorgeous Lorraine Schwartz jewelry. Her hair was pinned back with pieces of curls falling around her face and smoky eye makeup to complete entire look. This was my absolute favorite look from the red carpet. Well done, Sarah!

Reese Witherspoon
The Oscar-winning actress wowed the carpet in scarlet red Zac Posen gown. She always looks like a perfect Barbie doll and this year was no exception. The color on her was perfection and her laid-back, messy waves was an unexpected hair choice for the star but totally worked for this look.

Jessica Alba
The new mom looked absolutely beautiful in a pale lilac Gucci gown. The actress paired her silk charmeuse embroidered dress with diamond jewelry by Bulgari and a Roger Vivier clutch. I can’t believe she had a baby just a few months ago. She looks gorgeous and the color of the gown looked perfect on her.

Claire Danes
The Best Actress in a television drama winner stepped it up in a black and white J. Mendel gown last night. When she first walked on the red carpet, I just saw the front of the dress and thought it was quite boring to be honest. Then she turned around. This dress is all about the back. The back of the dress featured an amazing cut out covered in jewels. She accessorized her look with diamond jewelry by Bulgari.

Evan Rachel Wood
The nominated actress stunned on the red carpet in a peacock inspired Gucci gown. The metallic and feathered-looking gown has a striking green color and looks beautiful with her skin tone and smoky eyes. This just was fun, young and edgy. It was definitely a risk to take at the Golden Globes, but it paid off. I absolutely loved this dress!


Honorable Mention
Kate Beckinsale
Beckinsale looked gorgeous on the carpet in a cream colored Roberto Cavalli gown. She could wear anything and look beautiful, but this was one of my favorite looks on her. She looks like perfection.

Angelina Jolie
Jolie stepped onto the red carpet and stunned in a one shoulder ivory satin Atelier Versace gown. The dress had a pop of color of bright red at the top of the neckline. She accessorized her gown with Lorraine Schwartz jewels. Not as perfect as her green gown she wowed in last year, but a nice choice for Jolie.

Paula Patton
Paula wore what only Paula Patton could pull off. A bright yellow Monique Lhuillier strapless custom made gown. The color is perfection. But only she could wear it as beautifully as she does. It looks great with her skin tone and dark hair. If only I could look that good in that.

Lea Michele
Although I absolutely LOVED Lea Michele’s metallic silver Marchesa gown, I don’t think it was right for the Globes. This is definitely more of a flashy Grammy’s dress. But nonetheless, this gown is gorgeous, young, and edgy and looks amazing on her body!

Shailene Woodley
The young star looked beautiful and fresh on her first big red carpet. Her Marchesa dress was very elegant and age appropriate for her. She did a great job!

Nicole Kidman
Although we’re not too crazy about this dress, Kidman stepped it up in a way that we have never seen from her. She never dresses to impress, and I’m so happy to her in something a little younger, and not so old-ladyish. I’ve got to give it to her. She looks amazing!



Until the next award show, we’ll have to awe over these gorgeous gowns and dream of us “normal people” wearing them! Xoxo.

Happy Friday the 13th! Although most people are very leery of this day due to its superstitious connotation, we happen to love our lucky number 13, and all that it brings! Today we’d like to introduce you to “Fun Findings Friday,” our weekly Friday post in which we’ll share with you, our readers, our favorite findings. This week, our 3 fun findings are: The Water Bobble, Mac Decals, and the Phone Stacking Game.. Enjoy!

The Water Bobble is one of this year’s hottest go-green fixes. It’s cute, handy and great for the environment! The idea of the Water Bobble is to reduce the use of plastic; not only for the sake of our land, but also for the sake of our bodies. The bottles are made out of recycled plastic and removed of BPA and all toxic chemicals in the plastic. The lid also serves as a filter in the bottle. All you have to do is change out the lid every few months, and it’s 100% recyclable. They also have Bobbles in a variety of different colors to choose from so you can buy one that is completely unique for you. We both bought one a few months ago and absolutely love it! It has completely reduced our use of plastic water bottles and we feel so much better knowing its doing our bodies a world of good. Here is the link to the Water Bobble website. Order yours now and start helping the environment and helping yourself!


While searching for new fun things recently on Etsy, I came across Mac Decals. If you know us, it’s no secret that we’re Apple-product obsessed. So, stumbling upon this was like the hitting the jackpot, as far as accessorizing our tech products go. Clever Etsy artists have designed all kinds of decals for decorating your MacBook from Snoopy (see below) to Snow White, Animal from The Muppets, and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. They’re an adorable way to spice up your laptop and prices start at $2–what a deal!

Are you glued to your cell phone 24/7, even when eating out? So are we. Hence, our fave fun finding this week.. the Phone Stacking Game, which has gone viral across the country. The rules are simple. Once you and your party sit down for a meal, everyone stacks their phone in the middle of the table, face down. If you pick your phone up/flip it over to check, you’re the one who has to foot the bill for the whole group. If more than one person checks their phone, the bill is split between those who looked. And, if everyone at the table fails miserably and picks up their phone, everyone pays for their own meal. We haven’t attempted the game just yet, but for those brave enough to test the game and put their phones down for an hour or two, good luck– we hope you don’t get stuck paying the bill for the whole table!

Every month, we’re going to choose a cause to promote on our blog. This month, we’re spotlighting “FEED Projects,” an organization created by Lauren Bush Lauren and the World Food Programme (WFP) in an effort to help feed malnourished children around the world.

Although FEED Projects has been around since 2007, the organization recently caught my eye, as I saw the FEED bag featured in 2 of the magazines I read. What exactly is the FEED bag? The organization’s signature product that [when purchased] serves as a donation to supply food to those in need.

The mission of FEED Projects? –“to create good products that help FEED the world.” Products sold include bags, clothing, and a number of accessories. However, the prices of the products range, depending on how many people are fed from it (ex. FEED 1 bag- 1 person fed, FEED 5, 5 people fed). When setting prices, the organization also takes labor costs into account, as the majority of the products are handmade by individuals living in the countries benefiting from FEED.

Below are some of my favorite products from the FEED Shop (all of which are eco-friendly), but feel free to browse more of their 40+ products here.

FEED 2 Kenya Bag ($225): Provides school meals to 2 children in Kenya for one year
(FEED) Red Love 30 Bag ($80)
Guatemala Cosmetic Pouch ($30)
Kenya Masai Scarf ($30)

To date, FEED has provided over 67 million meals from the sales of products featured on their website, including almost 580,000 bags. The organization has also partnered with several big-name companies such as Nordstrom, Barnes & Noble, Whole Foods, and Pottery Barn to help sell and create new products for the cause.

Interested in learning more about the organization or purchasing a product from FEED Projects to help the cause? Visit their website and connect with them via Facebook and Twitter to stay up-to-date on all of the latest happenings!