Paperless Post, my favorite go-to shop to create and send my personalized card and invitations, is now available for iPad.
And, with the holidays right around the corner, I couldn’t be happier to have the convenience to design my holiday cards and invitations on the go. For if you are like me, inspiration doesn’t always hit me in my home office, so this nifty app lets me design anywhere.
Paperless Post also let’s you send cards and invites online, on paper, or both and has many free options; so now you have no excuse to get creative this holiday season.
Madonna returns to the fashion spotlight, and takes a break from Tweeting, for the November issue of Harper’s Bazaar wearing a perfect pair of Fishnet tights that are right on trend for Fall 2013.
Fishnet stockings were seen all over New York Fashion Week for Fall 2013, and in Madonna’s fashion shoot by Terry Richardson she wears Danskin tights that are retailing for $15.00. In case you are not up to donning a pair of Fishnets, here are some other stocking styles that are trending this season.
Sparkle – Think sparkly and shiny Hoisery, perfect for the upcoming holiday party.
Lace - Lace stockings, like those from Alice + Olivia dress up any outfit, and if you have a pair of ripped Jeans place them underneath for an unexpected surprise.
Dots – Big dots, small dots and every size in between.
Hearts – My favorite trend this season are tiny hearts all over my Hoisery, check out ASOS sheer heart tights for a sweet and delicate look.
Opaque - Think rich colors of deep Black like those from Kate Spade or shades of Burgundy or Navy Blue.
Special Note: The word “Denier” means the measure of density for tights and stockings. The higher the Denier count, the more opaque they are; so if you’re looking for a very dark opaque look, search for a Denier count of 80. The most sheer Denier count is 5.
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Sometime you just need a technology break so as the weather promises to be beautiful I have decided to move at a slower pace this weekend.
Some things on my list this weekend is to read The Great Gatsby before the Baz Luhrmann film comes out which embraces the inner English Lit major in me, listen to the entire Justin Timberlake album and enjoy a green break at the National Arboretum for the Bonsai Festival.
My goal is to stay away from technology this weekend and give my mind a break to enjoy the finer things.
Technology is evolving at such a rapid pace it’s hard to imagine how to determine just what will be ‘the hot technology’ in five years.
And as mobile continues to be popular, trends indicate the number of mobile-connected devices will exceed the number of people on earth by the end of 2012.
So what will happen?
Can mobile overtake laptops and be the primary way to access the Internet?
Will apps become extinct as online content becomes configured for the iPad experience?
Does the localized niche experience continue to grow in popularity while the promise of broad Internet search results continues?
As a Mobile Strategist at the U.S. Department of State I work every day to understand and interpret the technology and communication trends that impact our lives and I will be musing about this fascinating topic.
I will also talk about an array of culture, fashion and beauty trends to show how the worlds of technology and culture bump into each other to create something new right before our eyes.