I don’t know if you’ve seen my post about my first ebay order or if you remember it, but I got these fabulous wedge sneakers yesterday! They’re here and they’re more beautiful than I imagined. I’m even more in love now that I got them on my feet. The sneakers are cool, casual, super comfy and make my legs look great 🙂 I just hope I don’t become addicted to online shopping since I have to take care of my apartment first. So fingers crossed I remain iron-willed 🙂
I was thinking of getting my own place for quite a while, but I had to postpone it because of some family issues. Last week I got a green light, and started the search. I went to see some pretty crappy apartments and some very good ones. One of them even got my eye, but a guy took it under my nose. So I was a little disappointed and dubious of when I’ll find the right one. And after just 5 days of apartment hunting I found it. It needs some touches here and there but I think it will look awesome when I’m done. I’ll post updates on the working process. I’m super excited and I hope you like it!
Milena Markovna Kunis, known as Mila Kunis (29), is one of Hollywood’s young actresses I like a lot. With her one brown and one green eye, distinct sounding voice, petite figure and great work choices what’s not to like 🙂
Her first gig was in 1995 and from then on her career picked up to big-budget movies. Mila is mostly known for playing Jackie Burkhart in “That ’70s Show” (1998), but her breakthrough film was Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Since then she starred in films like The Book of Eli, Black Swan, Friends with Benefits and Ted.
In addition to her movie career, I’m a big fan of Mila Kunis’s style. She effortlessly demonstrates her signature look – smoky eye, smoking dress, glossy hair, killer heels on the red carpet. Moreover, her daily fashion looks comfy and cute and modern at the same time.
“There are few people whom I really love, and still fewer of whom I think well. The more I see of the world, the more am I dissatisfied with it; and every day confirms my belief of the inconsistency of all human characters, and of the little dependence that can be placed on the appearance of merit or sense.”
― Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice