Month: October 2017

Oscar De La Renta Exhibit 2017

Oscar de la Renta, was a Dominican fashion designer. Born in Santo Domingo, he was trained by Cristóbal Balenciaga and Antonio del Castillo. De la Renta became internationally known in the 1960s as one of the couturiers who dressed Jacqueline Kennedy. An award-winning designer, he worked for Lanvin and Balmain. His eponymous fashion house continues to dress leading figures, from film stars to royalty.

De la Renta’s designs have been worn by a diverse group of distinguished women and celebrities.[11] De la Renta’s brand saw international wholesale growth beginning in 2003, under the direction of CEO Alex Bolen, from five to seventy-five locations.[19] De la Renta’s ready-to-wear designs are available in his retail stores, online, and with select wholesale partners worldwide.[20]

In 2014, the George W. Bush Presidential Center hosted an exhibit entitled “Oscar de la Renta: Five Decades of Style” which shared the designer’s creations for Mrs. Bush and America’s First Ladies.[citation needed]

Im super excited that I got to see first hand this exhibition here in Houston Texas!!!!

 Me and my friends got  together we had a wonderful time!  We are all about Fashion and accessorizing

 

Here are some photos of the museum

   

 

 

 

 

 

The best part of all was the fact that when we started to take photos the crowd though we were models from the event and we were posing as they were taking our photo hahahaha… Such a good time

I has a great time with this girlies!

Tamales Mexicanos aka Chuchitos Guatemaltecos

A dear friend of mine invited me to try her recipe for TAMALES her parents were from Mexico and even though she was born in the US she keep all her Latina traditions.  I was very surprised to discover that her recipe for Tamales was exactly the same as Guatemalan Chuchitos.  The name changes but the food was the same.

TAMALES = CHUCHITOS hahahaha.

 

Ingredients:

Masa Para Tamales MASECA

Green Olives

Garlic, Salt, Peper,

Chicken breast & Pork and/or Beef Roast

 

Red Dry Chiles “California”

Chicken Broth

Shortening

Potatoes

Corn Leafs

Mix the ingredients to make the MASA.

2 cups of Maseca, Chicken broth, shortening, salt & pepper

Cook the Chicken and Beef and/or Pork just as you would for normal meal :).   Cut the potatoes in slices, Submerge the Corn Leafs in warm water & get your olives ready 🙂

Then the fun part begins, spread the Masa to the Corn Leaf add your meat or chicken 1 slice of potatoes and 1 green olive.   Fold both sides of corn leaf and fold the bottom up.  And Ta dah!

Tide each type of meat tamale on a different color string so others know witch one is what :).   

 

 

 

 

 

Then add the Tamales to the pot (the pork has water in the bottom) Let the Tamales steel for 2 hours or tie masa is cooked.

Then get them out and serve  Yummy!

TOP 10 NAIL DESIGNS By Davi Nails

I always have been the type of woman that likes to make a statement, always choosing loud colors and styles for my clothes and matching my nail is a must 🙂

My favorite place here in Katy Texas is Davi Nails They have all types of designer nail tips, bling embellishments and if they don’t have way you want the artist in this nail salon will free hand any style!  Love this place!!!

TOP 10 NAIL DESIGNS

    

  

 

    

Then all other special days…  I get my nails done every 2 weeks religiously lol.  Absolutely Love getting my nails done at Davi Nails, they give the best massages 🙂

 

 

   

 

And lets not forget to include your little matching toes 🙂

Here is the PDF file with all the locations around the US areas visit Davi Nails!

http://davinails.com/locations.pdf

 

 

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