So I believe that one of my links a week or so ago was of a Roaring 20s party to celebrate the end of your 20s. I found SO much more inspiration for this, so I have decided that this is totally going to be the theme (K, take notes!)
What better way to say goodbye to the heyday of your 20s, than with a salacious party dedicated to that decade of decadence, the 1920s?? Although I will say, I am not cutting my hair short just for the festivities! Follow this link here to see some more perfectly lovely pictures that I will recreate into the party.
On a side note – The Avengers sucked. I’m sorry to put it so bluntly, and I apologize for the coarse language, but there you have it. I am currently making a list of every person who told me that it was better than Iron Man and I will be demanding a refund on my movie ticket from each and every one of them, because I feel that ridiculously duped. #1 – You cannot have a movie which is not a direct sequel rely that heavily on previous movies. To fully appreciate Avengers, you had to have seen Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, and Thor. I did not see CA or TIH, so there were way too many things going over my head. Also, the humor was forced. And Whedon relied too much on schoolyard humor. Ooohhh, Iron Man and Thor are going to have a fight – who’s stronger? Who’s cooler? Who cares??? Seriously, $7.50 wasted.
To the Link-mobile!!!!
Seriously, if you don’t get goosebumps watching this, you may want to see if you have a pulse.
This looks like the perfect summer dish.
These could definitely pass for Chanel, but without the price tag.
I think this would work for grown-ups too.
I want this for a nice dinner out.
I could host a book party, and these would be awesome.
Everyone should know these things.
I will make/get one of these cakes for K’s birthday (although it is FOREVER away!!!)
Another new favorite blog (I seem to have a new one every 3 days)
Total food porn.
OMG, this is the most amazing red wine.