Fabulous fact of the day!

Monday, June 28, 2010



False eyelashes were invented for Hollywood producer D.W. Griffith who wanted to enhance Seena Owen's eyes for a 1916 film. The eyelashes were made out of real human hair.

Fabulous Look of the day!

Saturday, June 26, 2010


At the Los Angeles Premiere of Twilight there were hundreds of people lined up just to get a glimpse of their favorite celebrity. This premier came complete with a black carpet and just about all the most popular celebs you can think of. Oh yeah, tons and tons of screaming teenage girls!


Kristen Stewart showed up wearing a white one shoulder Elie Sabb mini dress. I'm not crazy about the dress but I am glad she is starting to glam things up a bit!


Now on to the boys! Robert Pattinson had all the girls swooning in a slim fitting heritage style Maroon Gucci suit from the fall/winter 2010 collection. Debuting his new hair cut he looked dapper for a change.


Taylor Lautner looked...well...the same as usual wearing a simple black business suit.


I am not too sure how I feel about their choices as a group but in a battle of the boys, Edward (excuse me) Robert Pattinson wins this battle for sure!

Fabulous Fact of the day!

Invention of the Bermuda Shorts

Back in the 1930’s, women in Bermuda were forbidden to show their thighs in public. Female visitors and local residents wanted to wear shorts so they simply lengthened the length of their shorts to the knee to cover their thighs.

Fabulous fact of the day!

Friday, June 25, 2010


Elizabeth I loved hats so much that she made it mandatory for all females over the age of 7 to wear a hat on Sundays and holidays. Anyone who refused to do so was stiffly fined.

They wore what??

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Every now and then I hear a story that makes me stop dead in my tracks. After watching the news I heard that Lady Gaga was spotted at a baseball game wearing...well...nothing. I"ll let the picture speak for itself.
And giving the bird in public is not so "lady" like.

Fabulous fact of the day!



Wonderful Wonder bra!


Would you believe the bra wasn’t patented until 1914? The bra was created by a young New York socialite named Mary Phelps who grew weary of having her camisole show when she wore a lace blouse. Using handkerchiefs, she designed the first rudimentary bra which she eventually had patented in 1914. Women everywhere loved Mary’s new design and the first bra took off in a big way. It was later that a woman named Ida Rosenthal started designing bras with different cup sizes.

Does anyone have a tissue???

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Fabulous Fact of the Day!!

Have you ever asked yourself why there are buttons on the ends of jacket sleeves. According to information passed down through the ages, none other than Napoleon Bonaparte dictated that buttons be attached to jacket sleeves to stop the annoying habit soldiers had of wiping their runny noses on their jacket sleeves.

Young Fabulous and Broke

Tuesday, June 22, 2010


I have just fallen in love...with Young Fabulous and Broke!! The Imogen dress is one that can be worn for all occassions and even worn in the winter with colored or textured tights. This dress retails at $136.40 and it is worth every single penny. Clothing lines like these make fashion edgy and fun. They have officially found a fan with Find me Fabulous!


Please visit their website at http://www.yfbclothing.com/ and be sure to tell us what you think!

Fabulous look of the day!



Camilla Belle not only has a pair of the best eyebrows in the business but her style is impecable. Spotted in New York at the Whitney Contemporaries Art Party she looked amazing wearing a kelly green BCBG Max Azria from their fall 2009 collection.

Fabulous Fact of the day!


Initially, only one ring was used for an engagement and a wedding. Then in 1477, Maximilian of Austria gave an engagement ring to his beloved, Mary of Burgundy starting a tradition!!

Don't we just love him!

Fabulous fact of the day!

Monday, June 21, 2010



Alabama it is illegal to wear a false moustache which causes laughter in church!!

Hopeless romantic

I am without a doubt the worlds biggest hopeless romantic. Like most girls I feel like I should be treated like a queen and I have no problem treating a deserving man like a king and as a matter of fact I look forward to it. There is nothing better than being in a relationship with someone that makes you feel appreciated and that adds to your life rather than take away. I've always been the dreamy eyed girl that wants to be wooed but the strange thing about me is that I am not a fan of weddings. I think they are fussy and made out to be more important than the actual marriage itself.



In late May I started reading the Nicholas Sparks book, The Wedding and I fell in love. Not with weddings but I guess I just started to see that they aren't all horrible and every wedding day doesn't have to be like on Bridezillas. The book discusses a man that has spent his entire life doing what he was suppose to, providing a roof over his families head and being faithful but in the course of his life he forgot to do those little things that matter in a relationship. He beings to realize this and starts to change and appreciate his wife and his family more than ever and actually starts living. I know, gag me with a spoon right?? Well as I get older and relationships become more serious, stories like these start to make sense. You would think that its easy to show someone that you love them but sometimes life gets in the way and its not so simple.



Here is a passage from the book:



"I once made a vow to you on the steps outside the courthouse, and as your husband of thirty years, it's time I finally made another: From this point on, I will become the man I always should have been. I'll become a more romantic husband, and make the most of the years we have left together. And in each precious moment, my hope is that I'll do or say something that lets you know that I could never have cherished another as much as I've always cherished you."


I finished the book this morning so I'm still feeling all lovey dovey so I was inspired to find 2 things about weddings with two important aspects: 1. They don't make me gag 2. Simplicity.


Dress can be found at David's Bridal


I love this combination of manzanita branches and roses.






Top 5 fashionable celeb dads!

Sunday, June 20, 2010

In honor Father's Day we are covering the top five celeb dads! Now we don't know these guys personally so we can't order them from one to ten but you can decide that on your own. Enjoy!


~Barack Obama~

~Rev Run~
~Blair Underwood~


~Kobe Bryant~

~Will Smith~
We know there are many more dad's out there in the celeb world and the real world so we want to thank you guys for your dedication and love. Find me fabulous wishes everyone a happy father's day!














Happy Father's day!

Father's day. It's a day that brings up mixed emotions for many people but I think that there are a lot more great dads out there than horrible and non present ones. Dad's are such an important part of our lives and our communities and they don't get as much credit as they should and deserve. This blog is dedicated to all the dads out there. If you take care of your children you are doing the world and your family a great service and if you aren't today is the day to step up.



This is one of my favorite commericals ever! If you are interested in finding out more about the organiation please go to Fatherhood.org to find out!


Age of innocents

Saturday, June 19, 2010

~Me at Age 5~
"Remember when you were 5 and anything was possible??"


I sure do!
At the age of five, I wanted to be everything under the sun. The most famous story my mother tells is that for the longest time I aspired to be a fire engine...not a truck... an engine. Then there was the Christmas I campaigned to get turn tables because I was certain that I wanted to be a world class DJ. This was followed by an ice skater, teacher, choreographer, back ground singer, hair dresser, soap opera star and most importantly a fashion designer.

I was lucky enough to have a mother that allowed me to explore all of my options and through out all of those mental career changes she always made me feel like I stood a chance. More importantly I knew that I could make it at any of these things if I put my mind to it.
Sitting in my nieces kindergarten graduation and later a friend's college graduation, I couldn't help but wonder how many people actually live out the dreams they had when they were 5? Can I say that I am living out my dreams or were they just pipe dreams?
This blog is a part of my dream. I know that with my faith as well as my friends and family I am that much closer to reaching my "possible". I want to thank those of you who follow this blog on blogspot or twitter and for making this dream real and enjoyable.
I hope that those of you that are graduating and moving into new chapters of your lives can look back at some point and say that you too have reached your goals. No matter what your interests are make sure that you pursue them with passion. From one college graduate to another make sure that you do your dreams justice and ALWAYS keep a good clean pair of shoes even if you only have one ( what did you expect? this IS a fashion blog after all!). Congrats to the class of 2010!

Independent Fashion Bloggers Unite!

I am very proud and excited to announce that Findmefab is officially a part of Independent Fashion Bloggers as of today! I hope that with this opportunity, this blog is exposed to so many more people that love fashion, music, art, and life just as much as I do! I also hope that this will expose me to many more blogs and all you bloggers out there that can offer advice and support. The fashion world is big enough for all of us! Special thanks to Independent Fashion Bloggers for allowing us to join them!

Not your mother's pearls.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010



Browsing though the Michael's Craftstore website I came across this tutorial on how to make your very own pearl statement necklace. Now I am giving you warning that the instructions may seem a little over whelming but take the project one step at a time and you should have no problems. I am posting the instructions below and would love to see what you fabulous people come up with!


Materials:
Crystazzi Pearls 6 mm Round Ecru Pearls, 83
Crystazzi Pearls 8mm Round Ecru Pearls, 102
Crystazzi Pearls 10mm Round Ecru Pearls, 52
Ribbon, 5/8-inch Black Organza, 20-inch
Ribbon, 3/16-inch Black Satin, 50-inch
Jump Rings, Silver 6mm Closed, 2
Silver Crimps, 10
Black Thread
Silver Beading Wire
Ruler
Needle (basic sewing)
Needle Nose Pliers
Crimping Pliers (optional)


Instructions:

1. Thread onto the first strand: 52-10mm pearls. Use a crimp to secure the end to a second jump ring.


2. When finishing with a crimp, bring the tail of wire back down through a few beads to conceal it and then trim off any excess after the crimp is flattened.


3. Thread onto the second strand: 52-8mm pearls. Use a crimp to secure the end to the second jump ring below the first strand.

4.Thread onto the third strand: 83-6mm pearls. Use a crimp to secure the end to the second jump ring below the second strand.


5.Thread onto the fourth strand: 79-6mm pearls. Use a crimp to secure the end to the second jump ring below the third strand.


6.Thread onto the fifth strand: 50-8mm pearls and black satin ribbon (30-inch piece). Tie the end of the ribbon in a small knot at the starting jump ring. Pierce the center of the ribbon with the beading wire after the first pearl and then continue threading pearl- ribbon-pearl-ribbon. The ribbon should weave in a zigzag pattern around the pearls (over then under and repeat). See how the pattern shows in the photo. Use a crimp to secure the end to the second jump ring. Finish the ribbon by tying it in a knot at the second jump ring and trimming any excess.

7.Cut a 20-inch piece of black organza ribbon and tie the ends onto each side 6mm jump ring to form the back of the necklace.


8.Cut two 8-inch pieces of black satin ribbon and tie small bows around each 6mm jump ring to cover the crimps and knots. A bit of simple sewing through the center of the bows can be done to secure the knots and make sure the bows don’t slip or fall out of shape.


Who gives better face?

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Two of my favorite celebs in the whole world have ventured back into the "Art of the Glamour Shot". My only question is who gave better face??? Mr. Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers (The single best franchise in the NBA if you ask me) or Beyonce the Queen of pop in the 2010 Spring House of Dreon Ad??Cast your votes here or at Findmefab@yahoo.com and the results will be posted in a few days!





By the Way is it just me or does Beyonce look a little like Kim Kardashian here?

The Art of Glamour Fashion Show

Saturday, June 12, 2010


Being a student of fashion design and a supporter of the arts, I am always glad to see when fashion designers are given a chance to debut their work. Events like these are where dreams are realized. Having had the chance to show my first collections on a runway show, I fully understand the hard work and creative energy that goes with showing your designs to the world.

This evening at 6pm the Art Institute of California-Inland Empire is holding their 2nd annual Fashion Show and scholarship fundraiser at the Lewis Family Playhouse at Victoria Gardens Cultural Center in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. It will be a night of elegance mixed with fashion and the opportunity to support emerging fashion designers. There will be a catered reception and music from String Theory. You won't want to miss out on this! For more information please visit http://aifashionempire.com/. See you there!