Free Spirit

You guys, this wall (along with this particular stretch of the BQE) will never ever cease to amaze me. It's magical, just like NYC.


Wearing this outfit, I at first thought I ventured away from my usual style, when a fellow youtuber (more on that later) said we'd make the perfect collab duo - based strictly on my bohemian presence. Her sweet comment made me think, what exactly is my style? Each day is so different from the previous and my wardrobe so drastic in what it contains - I'm not sure I'll ever know. The only one constant I can rely on is comfort.

It also made me rethink to January's initial goal of perfecting my style. I've been doing good so far and have been dwindling down my closet to separates that matter, as well as getting a few pieces with personality - like this Gentle Fawn Skirt.


Top: Similiar  SkirtGentle Fawn  Heels: Funkis  Sunglasses: Similiar  BraceletLulu Dharma  Bralette: Victoria Secret  Lipgloss: Buxom Full-On Lip Polish in Megan

Another constant is how I love to recreate different looks from older pieces I own. For instance - this crochet top can also be seen here but both looks are so different. I'm pretty much obsessed with this skirt so don't hate me if you see it here again.

Maybe in five more years I'll have down what my style is exactly but for now I'm having a blast being a free spirit and coloring outside the lines.

Photos by Victor Cerejo.

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The Summer Tee

I'll be setting up camp at the FireFly Music Festival this year.

But, as I write this I'm all sorts of nervous. It'll be my first time sleeping outdoors. Oh, and there's no running water either. Showers tend to give me life, so pray for me.


Depending on how well I fare in Dover, Delaware, I may or may not do a recap. 

For now let's focus on the good stuff like easy breezy tees.


Maxi T-ShirtTobi  Shorts: Old (similar)  PursePatricia Nash  Socks: K. Bell  ShoesWanted  Sunglasses: Asos (similar)  Earrings: c/o Jewels of June  Ring/Lipgloss: Anna Sui

When it comes to breezy tees I'm loving this unexpected one from The fabric is super soft and the price point is on point so to speak. I styled this tee with my leather vegan shorts (going bottomless felt a little risky) and chunky black boots to keep the look on the black/gray spectrum.

As for lipgloss, I spotted this amazing Anna Sui lipgloss ring that totally reminded me of the 90s. There's a healthy dose of color and enough product to last an entire season which I love.

Friends, if you have any tips for a first time camper - send them my way!

Photos by Lydia Hudgens.

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Coney Island Day Trip

Finally made my way down to the sea shore with one sole intention. Well, two actually: catch magic hour and get a few Coney Island dogs. I'd say the BF and I were pretty successful.


Not only is it beach season (YASSSS), but we're also knee deep in the festival season. In my honest opinion there is no better way to enjoy life post-pollen tsunami. In fact the first festival lined up is Governor's Ball sans mud this time around. 


Jumpsuit: c/o (similarPurse: c/o Patricia Nash  Shoes: Madewell (similar)  Sunglasses: Asos (similar)  Lipstick: Villa Lante via NARS Satin Lip Pencil

If the weather gods cooperate you'll find me on the GovBall grounds dancing in this black jumpsuit (or something similar) and carrying my festival essentials in this handcrafted purse from Patricia Nash. May have to change the shoes for practical ones but for now, this is what I'm settled on.  

Going back to new-to-me Patricia Nash - I recently discovered this brand earlier this year and got the chance to view their fall collection. The handcrafted details are impeccable and at the same time has this sense of nostalgia behind it. For me, it reminds me of prancing around in my mom's hand-etched leather tote as a child. It's kind of funny how years later I'll be prancing around at a festival with a similar purse. 

Photos by Victor Cerejo.

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