Neoprene Dream

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Senior year of high school is full of exciting events, prom being one that everyone looks forward to all year long. This past week, I had my very own prom, and it was every bit of magical as I would have hoped. I started looking for a dress extremely early in the school year, since I knew it would be hard to top my BCBG dress from last years junior prom. I began to fall in love with the fabric neoprene, the fabric that is used to make wet suits and some bathing suits. I had seen one of the contestants on Project Runway Junior use this fabric to make an elegant dress, and I knew I had to have it.

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Auf Wiedersehen Europe!

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Compared to my last two weeks, my life in America seems extremely boring. As some of you may already know, I just returned from a two week journey throughout Europe. In a very short time I was able to visit five countries, and it was one of the best experiences of my life. Each day was a new journey, and way to learn about the world around us. I tasted some of the best deserts I've ever head, stood 7000 feet above the world, and saw some of the greatest art in existence.

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Quick Update

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As you may have noticed, I haven't been posting as often as I used to. My life has taken a turn on the crazy side! I recently started a new job working for Victoria's Secret (which I adore!), and am in the midst of deciding what college I'll be attending in the fall (eek!). But have no fear, Fashion Daydream is back and ready for action. In a short 16 days I will be on a plane heading to Europe, where I will be visiting 5 countries and blogging from any wifi I can find! I hope that I will be able to keep you all updated on my adventures, since I have many exciting events coming up. In the meantime, I am extremely active on {Instagram} (thank God for smartphones!), so make sure you head over there and toss me a follow.
Goodbye for now!

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Sparkle & Shine?

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It happens to the best of us, entering the department stores in December we are instantly surrounded by red and green sequins, drawn to the sparkle and shine of the holidays. Then it happens, we buy that shiny red number and suddenly you look like you should be on top of the tree instead of beside it. I love sparkles just as much as the next girl, but Christmas is a time to let the tree shine, instead of your skirt. Here's three questions to ask yourself before committing to the perfect party dress.

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Eyebrow Game Strong

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I had never given my eyebrows a second thought, every so often I would pluck them myself, but that was all. When Billion Dollar Brows contacted me to test out some of their new products, I figured it would be a good chance to experiment. The results were amazing, it had never occurred to me that changing the shape of my eyebrows would make such a difference.
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Happy Nails-Giving!

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I have many things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving season, including all the wonderful people I have met through Fashion Daydream, including Kristen Schaffer of Jamberry Nails. I recently met her at the Her Campus College Fashion Week in Boston, and since then she has been so helpful with my exploration into the world of nail wraps. Jamberry Nail Wraps are small heat-activated decals that can last up to two weeks, and they come in many adorable designs! For Thanksgiving I decided to use their wraps titled "Trunk Show" as accent nails to my orange Revlon polish. All day I got compliments from my relatives, and even from people shopping later in the evening.
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Am I Dreaming?

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As you all may know, I am absolutely obsessed with everything related to New York City, especially Teen Vogue. So, as expected, when I found out I would be touring the Teen Vogue Headquarters in New York City I was ecstatic.
Walking through the large glass doors at One World Trade Center felt like a dream, I couldn't believe I was in the building where the magic of Teen Vogue is born. I went through security, and took the elevator to the 40th floor, where I was greeted by marble walls and dark leather couches. Before me were the doors into the offices. I sat and waited for Tina Ferraro, the beauty assistant at Teen Vogue, to let me inside. In that moment I didn't know what to expect, but I was pleasantly surprised. The offices themselves, were well offices, simple white desks and grey carpets surrounded me.
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A Night at the Theater

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Fall has always been my favorite season for fashion, and as soon as the days become colder I throw on one of my fashion staples: knee high socks. Any skirt, dress or even shorts can be transformed by a pair of killer socks, they can extend your cooler outfits through the colder months of the year. I'm all about adding layers to extend the wear of your favorite pieces. 
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College Fashion Week

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Yesterday I had to the opportunity to attend College Fashion Week in Boston hosted by Her Campus! I recently became a member of the Her Campus Blogger Network, and when I received an email about this event I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to meet other bloggers my age.
Waiting in line for the doors to open I had the chance to talk to fellow bloggers from schools in the Boston area, it was wonderful to be able to discuss fashion with other collegiate aged bloggers. When we entered the venue, which was the beautiful Space57 located in the Revere Hotel, we parted ways to check out all the amazing sponsor booths and grab an amazing swag bag before the fashion show started. Around the spacious venue, you could pose for photos in the Simon Malls photo booth, get your nails done at the DIY Jamberry Nails station, have your eyebrows done by the European Wax Center, and eat some delicious custard from Tasty Burger!
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Must See Exhibit

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As many of you already know, I love the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, which is about 40 minutes from where I live. If you live in the Boston area, it is a must see, especially recently with the Herb Ritts exhibit on display. His exhibit was my favorite part of the day, it showcased some of his most famous photographs, including my personal favorite which depicts some of the most famous models of the late 80's. Surrounded by his work you couldn't help but feel inspired.
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