WHITE SKIES

FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHER: Hector Oropeza

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If you follow the blog you know I have a fixation with interesting pieces of clothing and you might ask: which are the factors that deem a piece of clothing interesting? I could start listing things like: originality, wow factor, head turner and so on and so forth but at the end, all of these things are subjective… and you would get to the bottom of this article feeling like I tricked you into reading something you already knew.

So instead of doing that I will Continue reading

LILLA STATEMENTS & PINK LIPS

FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHER: Hector Oropeza

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Statement. Your very own Personal Statement, that’s what all of us fashionistas try to convey with every single outfit, no matter how simple-minimalistic or over-the-top-glam, with every look we want to tell the world something about ourselves… our point of view, our creativity, our mood, our style, our obsessions. Continue reading

EVERYTHING THAT’S SWEET

FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHER: Hector Oropeza

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Hello loves! I am very excited to share this photoshoot with you for a number of reasons, all of which are pretty SWEET! (in every sense of the word).

First of, I would like to welcome a NEW Featured Photographer to LGK, the upcoming talent: Hector Oropeza, Mexican photographer with whom I shared this lovely photoshoot. Continue reading

THE PURPLE PLAID

FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHER: Daniel Sanchez

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I love street style, it’s everyone’s opportunity to express themselves, to take what is on the runway, magazines, TV shows and make it their own. Of course, style inspiration can come from a lot of other sources, like a designer’s fashion archives, vintage photos, art, music, and definitely your favorite fashion blogs! (Hopefully Little Glam Kiss is one of yours). Continue reading

STYLE DECONSTRUCT

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In the casual days when you wear the basic pieces of your wardrobe, that’s when your true personal style shines through. I would never dare to label someone’s style, let alone mine, I think it’s not something you can analyze too much, just appreciate.

Nevertheless, you can certainly understand it, know it and work with it, never against it… something I like to call style deconstruct. Continue reading