All posts tagged: shoes

Surprise Trip to San Francisco

Originally posted on for the love of nike:
My husband surprised me with a trip to San Francisco last weekend to celebrate our first wedding anniversary. What better gift could a girl ask for?! Over the course of the weekend we ate, drank, and walked (51 miles) to our hearts’ content. We stayed at the Hotel Adagio. This little boutique feeling hotel is owned by Marriott. They were so sweet–giving us a room with a view and a bottle of wine on the house. (Note the giant tiger mural by Nychos. You’ve got a great view of it from there.) Our first stop was Lombard Street. You know, that bizarre crooked street that people actually drive down (amazingly without hitting the gaggles of tourists)? You have to love (and hate) the typography of San Francisco. It creates the most beautiful architectural reactions (and gives you hella blisters). Get a load of those giant wheels spinning cables below. That’s how the famous SF cable cars work. We hopped on (each trip costs $7) and made our way…

Top 10 clothing stores

Originally posted on thetaslifestyle:
Hello readers, welcome to my blog post. I have not been blogging for a long time due to school. I have done a blog post like this before on top 10 beauty, lifestyle,fashion and diy YouTube channels. These are my 10 10. Miss guided 9.boohoo.com 8. Pacsun 7. AX Paris 6. Topshop 5. George(asda) 4. Primark 3. H&M 2. Forever 21 1. New look Thank you for looking at my top 10 clothing stores I like. This top 10 is based on my favourite stores and the stores I go to the most. Since I’ve been in most stores on my top 10, I will show you what I have brought from all stores. . Remones top (from primark) . Blue high heels and demin jeans ( from new look) . Demin jeans, turquoise crop top with cream coloured coat(from new look,H&M and primark) Hope you’ll like my top 10 lists and the clothes I’ve bought from different stores that l love soo much. Also, I will be blogging every weekend.…

Who are Millennials?

I frequently hear the label “millennial” used to describe people of various ages. However, I’m not so sure that the label is being used accurately. Many don’t care for the title due to the negative connotation older generations tend to apply to it. My question is, are they merely using it to describe someone with a lack of ambition and/or someone who makes foolish statements OR are they actually using it to point out someone in the generation. Together, we will attempt to figure out if you are a millennial. Below are five sources that were used to find an accurate definition. 1. The Atlantic did a bit of investigating and found four things: The Census Bureau only defines baby boomers (1946-1964) “History isn’t always so punctuated.” – Tom DiPrete, Sociology Professor at Columbia U It is difficult to identify generations outside of baby boomers Millennials, according to Strauss and Howe, range from 1982-2004 2.  The UN clarifies the time frame for generations: Traditionalists (1925-1945) Baby Boomers (1946-1964) Generation X (1965-1980) Millennials (1981-2000) 3. Merriam-Webster states that …