Monday Must

Must Share

This freeze frame from a video my mom took of my sister and I in a head-to-head Wii dance off, kills me. In my head, my dance skills were right there with the likes of Jennifer Lopez. As evident from the picture, I was having a little too much fun. As for the picture on the right... who needs a couch these days anyways? :)

Must Recreate

These days, when it comes to searching for the next nail color I've found myself wanting more than just the usual glitter polish. I literally almost fainted when I found these fabulous nail creations on Pinterest. So when you're due for your next mani, get crafty and think outside the polish box with these fun ideas!

Must Shop

OMG! The ultra fabulous celebrity stylist extraordinaire, Rachel Zoe has signed on as chief stylist for online shoe retailer, ShoeDazzle. Rach will be working side by side with co-founder Brian Lee to bring all of us fashion lovers some seriously fab shoes at an affordable price. Before signing Zoe, ShoeDazzle surveyed over 50,000 of its customers on whom they'd like to take style advice from. Rachel was of course number one on the list, leading to this amazing partnership. Eek! 

Must Ask 

I thought Julianne Hough looked beyond stunning last night in this incredible Monique Lhuillier gown. I've been a huge fan of Julianne's since she blew me away in "Footloose." Girl's got serious acting skills. My other favorite of the night was Lea Michele in Elie Saab. Who was your best and worst dressed? 

Must Try

I may be jumping the gun with my excitement for Valentine's Day, but when I find a super easy and equally fabulous DIY that involves making accessories, it's more than difficult to contain my excitement. Check it out here!

Must Watch

Last night's Golden Globes was a breath of fresh air. One of my favorites so far. Tina and Amy killed it from beginning to end. This was one of my favorite moments from last night. PS. How amazing does Kristen Wiig look? Love her. 

Must Read

Teen Vogue recently interviewed AnnaSophia Robb on her star turning role as the young Carrie Bradshaw in CW's "The Carrie Diaries" which premieres tonight"When I was younger, I didn't want to be on TV," she says. "I made a conscious decision to stay away from Nickelodeon and the Disney Channel—not that they're not great companies, but because I wanted to play different kinds of roles and have the freedom to choose my projects. So when my agent called about this job, I said no way. TV was too much of a commitment." But the pilot script won her over. "I realized it was actually a really strong story. It had a lot of heart and integrity, and Carrie seems like a character that I can grow with." To read the full interview be sure to click here

Must Revisit

With the holidays behind us, I'm counting down the days to spring. Be sure to check out my Pastel Trend Report here and my guide to rocking Spring Scarves here

Must Remember

Just something to keep in mind throughout the week. Your hard work will pay off and you will be noticed. Keep following your dreams! Xo