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text 2018-08-28 04:07
Meticulous fashion trend: All about the camouflage jacket

Are you unsure how to design a style statement? Which type of print would you like to wear? If you like the print such military people used to wear then the Camouflage Jacket or camo pants are good and impressive. You can use the jacket rather than the shirt. This design holds the classic and less of bold look, and easy to fit into your wardrobe.

The iconic trends or fashion‘s benefits are so worth it because all people are wanting the camo print.  Camo is the abbreviation of the camouflage that is related to the military. You can imagine the classic combination that goes with the darker or lighter jeans. Women are more concerned about the look and the camo pants for the women are in the trending now whether you consider the narrow pants, cargo pants or normal pants.

How camo pants or jacket came from field to the fashion?

The relation between the military print and fashion is perpetual. The new trends are always changing but some unique trends never let the charm dull such as the camo print. It is perhaps because the creators are designers, or maybe we love the ease of the functionality of this design. Whatever the season or reason, these designs have been a long-term fascination in the fashion.

Camouflage Jacket

We know that the military stands for the honour and allegiance, but whenever it comes to the camo jacket it is more than that. Earlier in the Vogue magazine picked up the field trends and transfer them into the fashion world. They camo craze are explored in the 1980s when the militarists are started sporting in the same pattern.

Now, camo pants for the women are available in all the shapes, styles and colours – on everything from a t-shirt to shoes. Camo prints have been used throughout the history to conceal or hide. The print is intended to be invisible but fashion trend has taken it and speak loudly.

Camo designs for the women

The Camouflage Jacket is reserved with the military and other forces, the public started to wear the jackets and pants because of their durability and style. Even women are also comfortable with the design and pattern of the camo. Even though the khaki pants are in the trend, but the need for the fancier and tougher pants among the youth wants the promotion as an alternative to the dull pants. Whenever they come on the trend, has variety in the prints, colour patterns and designs.

We can see that the camo pants for the women provide the professional look that allows lying in the trendy appearance. Even if you are planning to go outside and finding something in your wardrobe but can’t find anything suitable for the travelling!! You need to buy the Camouflage Jacket for you online or offline, -instead of wearing the boxy jacket put the camo jacket is advisable, as a result, you will flaunt your fashion sense to everyone.

Source: Camo pants are becoming trends day by day

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review 2018-06-07 15:45
Lightning Struck Heart
The Lightning-Struck Heart - T.J. Klune

Relisten was just as fabulous the second time. But my enjoyment and love will stop with this one book and not continue with the rest of the series. It is perfection just as it is and the HEA is strongly felt. <3

 

Original Review:

 

Here we go. First off, this book is…



and yes, since this audiobook ranks up there with Jim Dale’s narration of Harry Potter, I am going to proceed with using gifs from this amazing series as I continue to gush over the utterly talented TJ Klune. Not since JK Rowling's writing was paired with Dale's narration have I been transported into an book, like I was with this...thanks to Michael Lesley.



Bloody Brilliant!! This one landed in my top reads of 2015 and 2016…for a few reasons. First I thought I would finish it before the end of the year and secondly I fell in love with it almost immediately. As I said in my “Best of” selections for 2015…this is truly a match made in heaven between our dear TJ Klune and Michael Lesley. 

As for this story…



I love sass…



I love meddlesome characters with a heart…



I love awkwardness…



I love adorable best friends…



and ones that tell you like it is…



I love dragons…



and hilarious side kicks…



and even the assholes who kinda grow on you…



It’s wondrous…



And the love is fierce…



As for this review, yeah I told you nothing about this story, because I just can’t. There is absolutely no way to describe the brilliance that is this book and this narration. So do yourself a favor and just jump on board…you are in for one amazing ride and one you will want to revisit over and over again.



Thank you TJ, thank you! 



Now...I guess I will just sit and wait for more. 









Status Updates:
1% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: “When were you tied up?” I demanded. “Unicorns aren’t allowed to be whorish. You’re supposed to be all virtuous and pristine!” 
“Oh please,” Gary said. “How do you think I was created?”


3% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: Oh. My. God. Michael Lesley was made to read this book. Brilliant!

9% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: “Make sure you don’t sneeze or fart tonight, okay? Your pants are so tight, I’m pretty sure they would rip. Wouldn’t want Knight Delicious Face to get a sample of the goods along with everyone else.” 
I groaned. “If you look close enough, you can see everything. It’s like I’m an advertisement for circumcision.”



13% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart:


15% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: “I can’t help it if people want to get all up on this.” 
He rolled his eyes. “That must be it. They just can’t stay away from all of that.” His eyes traveled up and down my body. 
“So much sass,” I said in awe. “You’re like a sass master. You and Gary should have a sass-off to see who would be crowned Queen Sass. Fair warning: he would win. But you could be Princess Sass.”

Love these two. ❤️❤️

20% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: I was going to open a shop where anyone got to come in and hug puppies for free and leave with a balloon, ice cream, and a compliment. “Here’s your pistachio cream. I made you a balloon animal in the shape of a walrus. You have very nice knuckles.”

25% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: “It’s not your magic I’m worried about,” Morgan said. “It’s your heart.”

32% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: It showed the true depths of my talent that I was able to multitask in such a way to be running from certain imprisonment while also fantasizing about Ryan saying things like “I’ve always wanted to try and do the splits. On your cock.”
*belts out laughter at work*

42% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: I had to stop myself from running my fingers through his hair. 
I knew now why Morgan had said he feared for my heart. 
I did too.

Sweet Sam. <3

46% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: “We all do what we have to.” I patted his shoulder and moved around him. Every step I took hurt more than the one before it.

50% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: “I just thought it was fascinating,” Ryan said. “People pairing us up like that. I wonder what that was about?” 
“I don’t know,” I said. We belong together! "Must be something they see that we don’t.” Put your dick in me! “Absolutely no idea.” All the ideas! I have all the ideas!

LMAO ❤️❤️❤️

60% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: “I jerked off to the thought of you the day I first saw you,” I said, cringing immediately. Not cool! Not cool!

65% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: Ryan looked hot as fuck with his sword and shield and hair flying in the wind, and I’m pretty sure I was on my way to a full erection by that point because that shit was fucking erotic. 
“This feels like a sex dream,” I breathed. 
“This feels like a what?” Justin asked. 
“Uhhhh. Nothing. I didn’t say anything. Oh, look. Fascinating things are happening. Let’s focus on those.”

Oh Sam...


68% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart:


72% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: “That’s going to be a bitch to pass later.”

74% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: “I’ve seen many things. Both good and evil. Majestic and destructive. Stars falling from the sky and a man whose tattoos moved across his skin as if they were alive before he tried to rip one of my hearts from my chest. I have seen many, many things. But I have never seen one look at another the way the knight looks at you.”


85% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: “You knew,” I said as I watched him go. “You saw him coming and knew how my magic would react.” 
“Yes,” Randall said simply. 
“It won’t be the same,” I admitted. “With anyone else.” 
He looked sad at that. “I know. But it will be enough.”



87% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: “There’s someone out there for you,” he said. “Someone who will love your hair and your words and your eyes and the way you still scrunch up your nose when you’re thinking hard on something. He will love you for all of the things that you are and all of the things you aren’t. He’ll love you beyond all reason and will be convinced that you hung the sun and moon. He will see the stars and wish for only you. Someone will love every single part of who you are, and my gods, I can’t wait for the day to meet him to tell him thank you.”
❤️❤️❤️❤️

90% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart:


98% done with The Lightning-Struck Heart: "Your smile didn’t make my balls tingle at all.”

I don't want this to end. *pouts*

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review 2018-06-04 17:46
Anthropomorphic leisurewear
Grace & Style: The Art of Pretending You Have It - Grace Helbig

So I had the bug to try reading more audiobooks and I only got as far as 2...for now. After thoroughly loving Yes Please by Amy Poehler I was all set for some more hilarity. To that end I picked up Grace Helbig's Grace & Style: The Art of Pretending You Have It. This is part memoir (a very small part) and part irreverent fashion and beauty guide. If you're unfamiliar with Grace she's a comedian with a super funny YouTube channel (as well as a YouTube series with fellow comedian Mamrie Hart) and this is actually her second book. The book starts off with Grace relating some very personal stories about her struggles with body image but lest you get the idea this is a very serious book it's more about trying to take things less seriously and accepting yourself flaws and all. I really enjoyed the personal anecdotes and how they related to her changing opinions and tastes when it comes to mainstream fashion and beauty standards. She also discusses how differently she views herself now that she has increased visibility due to her career. I think this would be especially good for a young woman in high school or just starting college as that's when we're most vulnerable to the pressures from media. (Note: I don't ever think we're completely immune to it but I do think there are times in our development when it's an especially powerful influence.) Because I consumed this book via audiobook format I felt I was at a bit of a disadvantage when she talked at length about specific beauty products, tips, and how-to's because I'm fairly sure the physical book had a plethora of visual aids. I do want to point out that there was a large portion of the book dedicated to a 'sweatpants diary' which I suppose was meant to be a metaphor for the pressures of the media effecting how we perceive fashion but I found it exceedingly odd. (Also, I found myself nodding off more than once during it.) For those that need reminding that fashion and beauty in general are completely subjective this is a great resource. For someone looking for a hilarious pick-me-up it's a bit short of the mark. 5/10

 

The back. [Source: Simon & Schuster]

 

What's Up Next: Death of a Hollow Man by Caroline Graham

 

What I'm Currently Reading: Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison

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text 2018-05-30 13:38
Reading progress update: I've read 72%.
The Lightning-Struck Heart - T.J. Klune

“I’ve seen many things. Both good and evil. Majestic and destructive. Stars falling from the sky and a man whose tattoos moved across his skin as if they were alive before he tried to rip one of my hearts from my chest. I have seen many, many things. But I have never seen one look at another the way the knight looks at you.”

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review 2018-04-20 05:25
Skinny Pants (Happy Pants Cafe #3) by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Skinny Pants - Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

 

Being true to yourself is not easy when there are others seeking to tear you down. Jack and Macie are learning to work through personal issues ranging from infidelity to body image as they tumble into love. Neither gives their heart easily, but with the risk, comes a grand reward. Happiness. Skinny Pants stamps out negativity with humorous dialogue, emotion packed wisdom and positive storytelling.

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