|I wore Lake Of Shining Water to go with a great new necklace I added to my jewelry collection.|
Of course, I had to pick a polish to wear with my pieces. This is Lake of Shining Water by Literary Lacquer. I can't say enough about Amy Milder's creations. She bases her collections on her and her fan's favorite books.The color I am wearing is from the Ann of Green Gable's collection. Started in 2012, Literary Lacquer's quality is impeccable and Amy has such a creative outlook on her polishes. Every August, she makes a limited edition polish for her birthday. I have snagged two birthday polishes at this point and find I always have room for more Literary Lacquer. If you are interested in a safe great Indie polish, check her out on ETSY.
|I picked Floss Gloss's Wet to complement some orange and brown styling that I did.|
My excerpt from that original post:
I picked Wet by Floss Gloss to go with the browns and oranges that I wore. This color is luminous light turquoise cream and it gets complements when I wear it. Floss Gloss is what I term a Boutique polish. Floss Gloss is the creative child of two art school grads and they have a very different take on the polish culture. Some of their polishes I have no interest in but I do have quite a few.
Bottles run $8 and you can buy a few individual colors from Amazon with free shipping.
I wore another Floss Gloss when I went to the Kansas City Film Festival to see Jeremy Scott and the debut of the new documentary about him as a designer. This is Stun, an incredible gold based micro glitter. This never made it to the blog because I only put our red carpet photo on Instagram.
So here's a first. I putting a style picture on this blog before I do it on my style blog. You can see why I picked the gold.
That's it and have a great Spring. I never know when I will be back here.