Monday, February 27, 2012

Sixtes' Glam

I hope everyone had fun watching Oscars today. As they say red carpet is the new runway, I love watching the red carpet. Fashion and style is always spectacular and something to look forward to; I find it very inspirational! Btw, I’m writing this post as I’m watching the awards in between commercials!

Last weekend I did a fun shoot inspired by 60’s glamour. One of the very famous styles in 1960s was the little black dress accessorized with pearls or diamonds, very glamorous, sophisticated and lady like. I thought it would be cool to bring back that 60's glamour through my post. I just love everything about this look, the classic bouffant hairdo, luscious lashes, thick winged eyeliner, and black gloves; they all add so much glamour to a simple LBD. I styled this LBD which I wear to work inspired by Audrey Hepburn's look in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's. Her LDB is perhaps the most famous little black dress of all time; in fact her entire look in that scene is one of the most iconic looks ever. Here, I accessorized my LBD with pearl jewellery, long black globes, black purse and a pair of classic pumps. I must mention that my makeup artist Tia Vu did an amazing job with my makeup and hair, without which I wouldn't have been able to pull of this style so easily. I had so much fun doing this shoot, hope you’ll enjoy the pictures.

Gotta love Swinging 60's

Stay Stylish!


Photography by: Yasser Elansary@Pharaoh Photography Group. Email:
Make up by: Tia Vu @ Email:


  1. I like the makeup and hair, will you be doing a post or tutorial on it? Do u have a youtube account?

  2. Hi MISSR, thanks but unfortunately i'm not a hair/makeup expert. I'd love to film a tutorial if my hairstylist/makeup artist agrees:) I'm not on youtube yet.

  3. Hi Romu, reading your blog for a while now . and what have i found !! So classy, timeless and motivating. i liked your style sense which is simple yet statement making. and The post is so Audrey. liked it.

    1. Hi Shilu,

      thanks you so much for your kind words, it's really encouraging:)