sábado, 31 de janeiro de 2015

Sarah Jessica Parker Is Taking Her Shoe Line to Zappos Couture!





Shoe lovers, rejoice! Fans of Sarah Jessica Parker‘s shoe line, SJP (featuring the Sex and the City-inspired “Carrie” style!) will soon be able to pick up a brand-new pair of pumps on Zappos Couture. Below, we’ve got the exclusive scoop (and video!) on the the star’s new collection for the designer destination.  “We are enormously delighted to be launching our collection at Zappos Couture, an undeniably reputable company with such a loyal and fantastic relationship to their customers,” Parker tells PEOPLE in a statement about the new collaboration. “It’s been particularly exciting to work with the Zappos Couture team over the past few months preparing for this launch. Their enthusiasm and understanding of our brand has been thrilling, and we’re so pleased with the curation that’s been put together for the SJP customer.” SJP customers should expect to find neutral styles inspired by “single sole styles from New York in the 1970s” in the new collection, and each new style will also feature the star’s signature ribbon detail on the back of every shoe. With this new partnership, Parker is excited to see where the collection takes her — and is ready to welcome new SJP shoppers to its new online destination. “We are hopeful that this opportunity will give us the chance to offer choices that cater to a wide variety of women, and we are excited to see how the brand grows in its new home.”

                        
Peoplestylewatch.com

sexta-feira, 30 de janeiro de 2015

Boa Noite


Nem sempre o universo conspira a nosso favor. Nem sempre bate tudo certo. Nem sempre os timings da vida coincidem com os nossos desejos. Nem sempre a vida se encaixa com perfeição nos sonhos que perseguimos.
O importante é continuar a sonhar. O importante é persistir em lá chegar. Não acomodar. Não parar.
Acreditar que universo conspira a favor de quem não conspira contra ninguém. Que o destino não é uma questão de sorte, mas uma questão de escolha. E a sorte não é algo para se esperar, mas para se conquistar. E que a vida dá muitas, muitas voltas. 
Nem sempre o carrossel nos faz rodopiar no sentido certo. Mas também não ficamos sempre parados onde menos queremos. 
Nunca ouvi ninguém dizer que saber viver (que é diferente de viver) é fácil. Mas muitas vezes só é mais difícil porque nós complicamos. Muito.

Sejam felizes ♥

Via: Às nove no meu blogue

terça-feira, 27 de janeiro de 2015

Mais importante que querer ir além, é saber a hora certa de não dar mais nenhum passo.

Olivia Palermo

segunda-feira, 26 de janeiro de 2015

Bom demais para não ser partilhado :Blogging.pt



Hoje venho falar-vos da nova plataforma de blogs portugueses a Blogging.pt
O mundo dos blogs tem tido um crescimento muito positivo em Portugal,criar um blog nunca foi tão fácil, basta escolher o tema a abordar e expressar o que se quer transmitir, mas por vezes, o blogger não consegue atingir o público que deseja, nem sempre é fácil fazer a divulgação do nosso trabalho no mundo dos blogues,não por falta de empenho, mas sim por falta de meios de promoção.
A Blogging.pt foi criada com o objectivo de ajudar os bloggers a crescerem na blogosfera e aproximar os blogs aos seus leitores. Organizada por categorias, tais como Beleza & Cosmética · Cozinha · Decor & DIY · Desporto e Bem-Estar · Entretenimento · Lifestyle · Moda · Tecnologia. O leitor tem a oportunidade de aceder de imediato ao assunto que mais lhe interessa sendo redireccionado para o blog. Eu adoro descobrir novos blogs, porque tenho mais um sítio para passear e me deliciar e é por isso que adorei de imediato esta ideia. Quem tiver um blog e queira fazer parte deste projecto basta aceder a página do Blogging.pt ,fazer o registo e aguardar opor uma resposta.
Um Raio De Sol Na Água Fria já se juntou ao Blogging.pt 
Aconselho-vos a dar uma vista de olhos, aposto que vão gostar tanto como eu!


Boa Noite

Para breve prometo muitas surpresas no blog, mas por agora deixo-vos com alguns momentos que tenho vindo a publicar nas redes sociais. Sejam felizes ♥


Completamente inesperado ,e planeado a ultima da hora,estas loucuras fazem toda a diferença.


O prazer de voltar a lugares que me dizem tanta coisa: Londres e Paris.



Graças a Amelia Liana a minha obsessão pelos vernizes da Maybelline Super Stay 7 Days continua com este Deep Red.


Lisboa ♥


Obrigada aos senhores do Lidl por esta pequena maravilha: Chocolate Preto Com Laranja. IRRESISTÍVEL!!! 



Continuando no tema das descobertas,encontrei este Beauty Hair Elixir da  Salon Hits a base de  Argan Oil hà venda no Continente com 50% de desconto e já estou completamente rendida.Adorei como o meu cabelo ficou mesmo sò com uma aplicação,alem disso tem um cheirinho maravilhoso. Acho mesmo que vou aproveitar a promoção e comprar mais um frasco.




I am Chanel, you are H&M. 




Sundays ♥

quarta-feira, 21 de janeiro de 2015

Nick Wechsler For MOST Magazine






NICK WECHSLER
FAN FAVORITE JACK PORTER ON ABC’S NOMINATED SERIES REVENGE
He’s taller, and more of a man – he can fix stuff and mix adrink. I can break stuff and drink a drink.
The “shorter” but just as handsome, actor Nick Wechsler tells Fashion Most how he and his character, bar-owner and fan favorite Jack Porter on ABC’s nominated series Revenge, differ. Jack is the sexy, funny, and un-pretentious character in the Hamptons (where the show takes place) that we are all always rooting for. And in real life, Nick is just as down to earth as Jack with no interest in “summering” in the Hamptons, “I’m not opposed to it, but I don’t have cause to go to the Hamptons. It’s probably a beautiful place, but the imbalance of wealth alienates me, and it makes me uncomfortable.” This could be due in part to the fact that Nick grew up with seven brothers born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico and probably the reason he developed his unique brand of twisted humor, which reveals itself when he says the only food he cooks is “pop-tarts,” and his favorite food in general, the “white man’s Indian food: Chicken Tikka Masala.”
The charming leading man may not have a passion for cooking, or sports for that matter, disclosing that “Honestly, I’ve never understood sports fanaticism because to me it’s arbitrary – like where you happen to be born dictates what team you root for. I think you should root for whoever you want.” But he divulges that, “I do play sports. I play dodgeball-more than any adult should.” In fact though, it is music he loves, and as a zealous concert goer, he finds singer and song-writer Mike Patton, best known for being the lead singer of the alternative metal band, Faith No More, to be his longest standing idol. “He’s hands-down the greatest vocalist in rock music right now and ever as far as I’m concerned. He’s also had a tremendous influence on my musical and artistic tastes.”
As an artist from a young age, Nick headed for Hollywood immediately following high
school graduation, to pursue his dream of acting. Shortly after arriving in L.A., his dream was fulfilled when he was cast as Kevin “Trek” Sanders, a child prodigy conceived at a Star Trek convention, in the syndicated series Team Knight Rider. With his career gaining momentum, he then landed his breakout Teen Choice Nominated role as Kyle Valenti in the WB series Roswell. After the show wrapped, Nick went on to land recurring roles in such series as: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Without a Trace, and Vanished, as well as guest starring roles in Crossing Jordan, Cold Case, Chase, Malcolm in the Middle, and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. His work on the big screen includes roles in the feature film Fling, and independent films Chick’s Man and Lie To Me. However, it is still Nick’s current show Revenge which is responsible for giving him what he considers to be his most memorable moment in his career so far-the moment when Jack’s dog Sammy died. “I’ve gotten more compliments on that moment than I got in anything in my career. Emily, his co-star on Revenge, and I talk about it, we both talk about it in the press because we both felt it. It’s where we most lost ourselves and felt true. She herself said that she’s never felt that since. It was just this beautiful thing – where we lost awareness of the set and the camera. It’s the most real that I’ve ever felt, and I’ve been chasing that feeling ever since.” Nick makes every scene feel that real, yet as easy as he makes it look on camera, he dishes that upon arriving at the set each day, he gets there “in a blind panic to cram my lines into my brain hole. Despite having studied for many hours before each scene, I still get there and blank the moment they say, ‘Action.’ I have jitters that I have to get rid of by cramming lines.” Whatever his process is, it obviously seems to work for him and his sense of humor is never far away as he always attempts to make the main character, Emily, laugh when the director yells “cut.” His own character has not had an easy life, and Nick has done superbly at portraying Jack’s numerous ups and downs and emotional scenes, as he has had to live through loved ones dying all around him at the hands of the powerful, amoral characters whom he and his friends work hard to take down loyal, and we’re often too moral for our own good. We both also have a really hard time letting go of injustices.” This is apparent in that Nick is an avid supporter of the AIDS Walk Los Angeles and New York which he first participated in with a friend. “While there, I heard people’s personal stories about having struggled with the disease at a time when there was a huge stigma to have it. You hear the numbers, and it’s a far-off thing, but then you talk to people who have heartbreaking stories. That’s what made me want to come back and support the cause year after year.” Nick advises that, “We should listen to people, contribute what we can, and just be a part of the awareness.” Listening and trying to help people is why Nick revealed that there was a time when he was really interested in being a therapist.
Right now though if he was not acting or residing in L.A. he perhaps would be interested in writing or living in England. His fondness of England came from dating “this really lovely girl, who used to live in Bristol. I traveled there a lot to see her.” England to him, “just felt more handmade than where I grew up and most parts of America that I’ve been to, and I loved that. I could really feel its history-I could feel the smallness of so many of the buildings and the narrowness of the streets. It wasn’t like a grid, and I just thought it was beautiful.” England is indeed a gorgeous place, but hopefully neither Nick nor his counterpart Jack will be leaving us anytime soon, and we can continue to enjoy and cheer for him on-screen for quite some time.
In : MOST Magazine