Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Swimsuit Party!

My sister Kortni just came out with her own swimsuit line, seriously these suits are DARLING! She's hosting a swimsuit party on Friday November 25 from 7-9 pm at my parents house 2755 n Foothill Drive in Provo. Save some of your Black Friday Monday and come hang out, or if you don't want to buy anything come enjoy some delicious food and good company! If you want to see more pictures of the suits visit her blog here kortnijeaneswimsuits.blogspot.com. Or you can purchase them on etsy: etsy.com/kortnijeane

She has 6 different styles made in 25 different fabrics which means sizes are in short supply so be there first to claim the one you want (or two or three or four)! Swimsuits rang in all sizes (XS-XL) so bring your little sister, your neighbor, your best friend, your mom, and your grandma! See you there!

Friday, November 11, 2011


The whole point of going to New York was to go to Bumble and bumble University in the Meat Packing District. (Last nyc post I swear!). It was 2 intense days of learning how to razor cut. Here's a few pictures of our adventure (unfortunately they made us split the salon into 2 different courses so I only have pictures of the stylists from the first course). Here is our first day of school photo.

Seriously I hadn't been this nervous since my first day of high school!

Class Time!

Then it was time to try the techniques out for ourselves!

One of my finished results. Oh hello gorgeous model!

It was so nice to get back to the basics of cutting and really hone in on our cutting skills, I haven't learned that much in years! Even more fun was bonding with all the stylists, having sleepovers and staying up until 2am talking. We created a little salon family!

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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

NYC pt 2

The second part of our New York trip was just as lovely. We went to Battery Park to see the Statue of Liberty. The lines were so long so we just gazed at it from a distance.

We passed the Temple and stepped inside for a photo op.

Here we are checking out Ground Zero. There wasn't a whole lot to see because it was all fenced off and blocked so we took a picture by a picture of what it's going to look like...

I so smartly suggested we walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, it was a lot longer of a walk then we anticipated but the view was beautiful and it was lovely weather (oh and there was delicious grimaldis pizza calling our name at the end).

Wall Street. Everything was blocked off, not a whole lot to see. Thanks a lot protesters.

Mik and I (and my sisters) are obsessed with Project Runway, if you have seen it you know they always shop for the fabric at Mood. I'm already obsessed with fabric so seriously this place was HEAVEN! I used major self control when we all we left with were a couple Mood tote bags!

We also went to Dash which is a store owned by the Kardashians. It was actually a huge let down, not very impressive, not a lot of merchandise and the workers were super unfriendly.

During our walking we passed by this amazingly decorated Halloween house (I was so jealous!) and I made Mik take a picture. Thank you random Halloween lovers!

All week I begged Mik to go to a Broadway with me and on the last night he became husband of the year and finally relented (such a good sport!). We decided on Addams Family since it was right before Halloween (and Brooke Shields was Morticia!). It was actually a really fun show and I think Mik even slightly enjoyed it.

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