FLATFORMS! :D not just flatforms either, but Floral flatforms. This is an amaaaaazing find. So happy, flatforms are something that are quite hard to pull off as they are a bit like kitten heels (which i hate) although they are just the comfiest, most practical shoe around today. And not only that they’re floral!
I think its wise to say that Womens shoes have officially gone of the richter scale!!
I mean what sane individual would have ever thought walking in heeled shoes, with no heels :/ could ever be possible. Well thanks to the eccentric and slightly odd looking - to say the least, singer Lady Gaga this unusual style of shoe is now a world wide trend!
A little bit more played down to the almost fatal, ones Lady Gaga frequently sports, Jeffery Campbell has now created a range for Office and I have to say they are some amzing creations. Bravo
Don’t miss this great opportunity to see the Red Planet shining like a brilliant red beacon in our night sky! To see it, all you have to do is step outside. It’ll be hard to miss Mars because it’s the fourth-brightest star-like object to light up the night at this time, after the planets Venus and Jupiter, and the star Sirius.
Wonder if you have all been keeping up with Todays affairs :) (dont worry ive not been doing so well at it either) However My Friend aisha has willingly filled me in all thats been happening in regards to this phenomenom of Jupiter and Venus!
Read on this is something i think no generation has yet to witness!
Venus and Jupiter are spectacular in March 2012. They’ll be closest in mid-March – and near the moon by the month’s end.
See all five bright planets in late February and early March 2012, including Venus and Jupiter. In fact, in late February and early March 2012, as Venus and Jupiter continue to pull closer, you’ll also be able to see three other planets in the evening sky – Mercury, Mars and Saturn. Mercury will be at its best around March 4. Mars, in particular, will be extremely spectacular to see – because Earth will fly between Mars and the sun on March 3, 2012. So Mars will be at its closest and brightest for this two-year period in early March!