Tuesday, February 15, 2011

GRAMMYs Swag and My Outfit

This post is a continuation from yesterday's talk about the GRAMMYs. I've heard that the best part of the After Party is the swag that they give away. I didn't believe it until Sunday night...

I've been wanting to try some Moroccanoil products but never could justify paying for it until I tried it for free. The shampoo & conditioner smelled wonderful and luxurious. Then the oil treatment I massaged through my hair left my locks feeling soft and smooth for the entire day. Sold! I will certainly be purchasing the oil treatment once this bottle is used up. One of my girlfriends said that the oil lasts forever so it'll be awhile before I go to a salon or shop for it online. Find out more about Moroccanoil here.

So this is for the ladies that want to know what the FTW wore to the GRAMMYs. Here it is:

If you're ever in Las Vegas and you are looking for evening wearing, formal wear or just something unique and chic, visit Nora Blue. I'm so serious when I tell you that they have some of the most gorgeous dresses you'll ever find. You will look like a million bucks while flaunting your unique celebrity style. This boutique shop is located in Mandalay Bay en route to the Luxor. The ladies, including the owner, were absolutely helpful and kind when I went shopping for my dress. I felt like a VIP with all the attention they were giving me as I was gearing up for the big event. If the dress doesn't quite fit you, no worries, they have an experienced tailor in the store. She was very professional and personable. The lady that assisted me was Cynthia Andoy. Say Hi to her if you ever stop by! Here is the address:

Nora Blue
3930 Las Vegas Blvd. So.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
P: 702-932-9025
F: 702-932-9028

Designer Nina Austin 2011 Spring Dress. Hot off the racks!

If you're like me, I have super flat feet and I love comfortable dress shoes. I found these shoes also at the Mandalay Bay at Shoe Obsession. Located just around the corner from Nora Blue. I saw the style, tried it on and loved it, I didn't even try on a second pair. They matched perfectly with my Nina Austin dress. The cushy insole is what sold me and I was able to stand in my shoes for quite some time at the After Party. Now that's impressive if you know me; I have low pain tolerance when it comes to shoes. The brand is called Onex and was founded in 1972 by Onnik E. Kouyomdjian. For more of his story and Onex shoes go here.


  1. I'm glad you posted this. I would LOVE to see you do a photo shoot in it!! I'm sure that would be stunning. :)

    Much love. (OH, and I would LOVE to try those cream puff coconutty things!)

  2. Yay Cream Puffs! And yes I'll have to do a photoshoot for you. hahaha