It isn’t often that a great opportunity like this one comes across my way in my blog round-ups. When it does, I feel compelled to share it with all of you no matter what it is about. As long as I’ve had Yow Yow! I have always been curious about who my readers were. I wanted to know where they came from, how old they were, how they found my blog in the first place – I actually get this info sometimes. In the beginning, my readers were friends from home and friends from Seattle University. Today, I am absolutely clueless.
I’m hoping that there are some high school seniors reading my blog today because I would really like to share this great scholarship with you all. For one, it comes with a great video! Two, as a college student, myself, I am dreading the day I have to graduate and attack my loans for the rest of my life. This renewable scholarship is for $10,000 (up to $40,000) for four years! I wish that I had spent more time during my senior year applying to scholarships and I wish that the blogs I read would tell me about them. Happy applying!
Creative genius and Jimmy Choo founder Tamara Mellon will be making an appearance on Wednesday, March 2nd at the Nordstrom Flagship store in Seattle to meet with fans and show off the latest products from the Jimmy Choo handbags and shoe collection.
Since today was absolutely freezing, I couldn’t exactly replicate this outfit entirely. I did, however, want to try layering two cardigans of different lengths together even though the longer piece in this outfit looks like a dress. My version of this outfit included a black bandage dress with a long turquoise Madewell cardigan and a navy blue cardigan on top with a vintage brown belt cinched at the waist.
The double cardigan layer might have been redundant, but I knew it wasn’t a disaster because someone said something to me about it. It also kept me super warm during the frigid evening. Also, if you didn’t assume already, I wore black knit tights – going bare is just not sensible.
If you’re feeling like an outsider in Seattle still…
Meet Alexander Wang’s niece!
MTV is hoping to start up a new award show called the OMA’s that will recognize music collaborations with art, technology, and social media on April 28th.
As of right now we have no idea what the categories will be or what the “O” stands for. I think the network is just using this award show as an excuse for more shitshow moments. It’s a little bit unnecessary, but if it were to be done, it should be on another network – not MTV.
“We think this space now needs an award show,” said Dermot McCormack, head of MTV Music Group digital. “We think we’re fairly well qualified to come up with a way of rewarding achievement in these new categories.”