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2012

Posted in Inspiration by Nneoma Ulu on January 1, 2012

Every year around this time, I remember why gluttony is one of the seven deadly sins. Too much food, too much alcohol and just a little too much enjoyment has been the order of this festive period but it will be coming to end with my return to work on Tuesday. So, like most people, I am planning to make some small changes to make 2012 a tad bit better than 2011. Here are some thoughts taking inspiration from the Spring/Summer 2012 ad campaigns…

1. Take on an Olympic sport… or at least get myself to yoga at least once a week

Inspired by the seemingly effortless gymnastics in Chanel’s Spring/Summer 2012 ad campaign, oh and the Olympics coming to London this summer, it may be time for a bit of sport in my life. Or at least just committing to attend yoga at least once a week. Hello bikini bod…

2. Spend more time with my family

My family portrait may not really play out like that of the Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2012 below but there is nothing like family, so this year I’m looking forward to spending more time with my family.

3. Master the smokey eye once and for all

Oh Gucci, please show me the way. The perfect smokey eye with a sublime nude lip. This will be my look of 2012.

4. Treat myself to an exotic beach holiday

I’m thinking Bali, Langkawi or somewhere in the Philippines so I can channel Gisele’s Salvatore Ferragamo look.

5. Be fabulous everyday

Well, a girl can dream can’t she… as inspired by Gisele’s stunning Versace Spring/Summer 2012.

Images via Fashion Gone Rogue & Fashionologie

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