Have you ever thought, “What if I could only use one mascara for the rest of my life,” what would it be? My friends have often times put me under that heinous pressure. I mean, there are so many good brands these days. How could one possible make that choice? I finally came to a conclusion (Better Than Sex by Too Faced), along with answering 11 other interesting questions, on items or things I could only chose one of. From my preferred designer to my most-loved ensemble, below are my favorites.
If Only I Could…
…Rock one past blog look
With the trends constantly evolving, and my style along with it, I’d have to say my ‘Bukowski‘ look.
…Master one makeup trick
It would have to be the cat-eye. I previously mentioned I couldn’t create one, for the life of me, but I always do try.
…Watch one TV show
As a fashion-girl, that should be obvious. Sex and the City, hands down.
…Stock up on one beauty product
I am really quite obsessed with Good Genes by Sunday Riley. It’s my must-have!
…Choose one date-night activity
I’ve never had an outdoor movie date. I always thought that sounded cool. Perhaps, kicking it old school with a drive-in, burgers and milkshakes.
…Shop for one shoe brand
That’s a terribly hard question, but I’d say, Balenciaga.
…Wear one piece of jewelry
There’s a necklace that I’ve worn almost everyday for about 10 years. I always get compliments on it, and I now call it my lucky charm. I purchased it at Calypso, but I don’t remember who by.
…Eat one dish
Pizza. Duh! I actually have no idea, but pizza is my default.
…Choose one designer
Alexander Wang was actually the first designer I truly loved, and will always have a special place in my
…Work with one brand again
Believe it or not, but one of the most fun (and brand I ever worked most with) was Target. It’s been a few years, but I’d love to work with them again.
…Pass one item down to my daughters
There are many items I’d like to pass down, but I know for sure, I’d give my daughter my lucky evil-eye necklace.
What would you chose if you could only have one? Tell me, in the comments below.
Photography by Daniel Riley