scarf styling

Nothing in the world is better than going through your grandmother’s clothes when they’re moving and finding amazing pieces. I found an array of items in her never ending racks, but (gotta give credit where credit is due) my momma found this beautiful little scarf amongst all her things. And a scarf this stunning calls for a pretty pink sweater with a lil lace peeking out from under, distressed shorts (to make the look a tad more casual), and a pair of velvet black flats (THAT I GOT FOR $10 AT A THRIFT STORE???!!). Hope you all enjoy this look and play with the trend yourself ūüôā

sweater – gifted by a friend (Nordstrom’s I believed but don’t quote me on it)

scarf – vintage

shorts – DIY

flats – J Crew

urban girl: handcrafted top

This is a slightly more “urban” and colorful look than I’m usually sporting but I am OBSESSED with it. I basically lived in this hat from Urban all summer along with my favorite lil purse from Forever 21. I made this top a super long time ago and found it again when I cleaned my closet, so of course I had to feature it in a post! You can easily put a more boho flair on this shirt (maybe I’ll do a post on little tweaks to change up the style around the same article of clothing?? Anybody interested??). And I always love me a nice off the shoulder look and “holy” jean.

top – handmade

jeans – DIY

shoes – Converse

hat – Urban Outfitters

sunglasses – Forever 21

purse – Forever 21

cuff – either Forever 21 or H&M (I’m sorry I forgot!!!)

leotard time!

¬†I think leotards with high-wasited jeans or shorts looks SOOOO chic. For this look I styled my black shorts¬†with a vintage leotard that I ABSOLUTELY LOVE (slightly inconvenient when you have to go to the bathroom but so cute that I can muster the strength to power through). I paired it with a pair of black cutout booties with bronze details (I didn’t get a photo but will try to insert one soon) and played up the black and bronze even further through all my jewelry! Prepare yourself for a heap of summer outfit ideas over the next couple weeks… they’re comin for ya!

Happy Summer to you all! Enjoy ūüôā

leotard – my grandma’s closet

shorts – DIY

bracelets – Earthbound

black and bronze necklace – world market

sunny in san francisco


I’ve had a foreign exchange student from Germany for the past year, Felicia, and her family arrived last week to tour California before they all go back home ūüė¶ But, on the upside, we all get to go on a bunch of road¬†trips together! A few days ago, we hit the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk and yesterday, we roamed around the beautiful streets of San Fransisco. We took them to do all¬†the touristy things like walk on the Golden Gate Bridge, shop around Union Square, and see China Town and Little Italy! It was a tad windy near the water, but such an amazing and sunny day.

It’s usually a little too cold to get away with jean shorts when I visit SF, but with a sweater and my trusty jean jacket, I was just fine yesterday! I tend to want to dress a lil more urban in the city, but I still like remaining true to my style. I mixed my more laid-back boho pieces (the fringe sweater and DIYed shorts) and topped them with white, clean accessories (my favorite purse, snake patterned flats, and¬†my SUPER COOL¬†sunnies). To play on this combination of styles, I paired some modern silver rings with my vintage-looking ones. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE RINGS. I feel naked without them. I also wanted to exercise the jean on jean trend, and I¬†think these washes go splendidly with¬†one another.

sweater – stitch and feather

jacket – thrifted

shorts – DIY

purse – forever 21

sunglasses – forever 21

shoes – H&M

summertime fine

Summertime is here! Which means endless freedom, sundresses, and sandals… three of the very best things. Urban Outfitters had a 30% off all dresses sale a couple of weeks ago, so of course I had to take advantage of it and got this cute lil off the shoulder piece. When throwing on a dress, it’s all about the accessories to make an outfit more interesting! I opted for my lace up sandals (a style I’m totally obsessed with and NEED¬†to get more of), a necklace I made, a bunch of random bronze rings and a bracelet, and my favorite white purse! I threw up the top section of my hair into a messy, little ponytail and was good to go.

dress – Urban Outfitters

sandals – Target

necklace – handmade

cuff – Urban Outfitters

purse – Forever 21

spring transitions

Today’s ensemble was a lil different than what I’m normally sporting. It’s still chilly here in California in the morning, but wayyyy too hot for a jacket by the afternoon. ¬†I decided to finally put together an outfit with this awesome jacket that I bought over a year ago and had yet to wear (how I never wore¬†it, I’m not sure) to deal with the transitioning seasons. I’ve also had these ultraaaaa baggy boyfriend jeans hanging around my room that I held up with a belt and tucked a¬†self-made burgundy shirt into.

I am definitely not a belt person. To be honest, I actually rather¬†despise them unless they are really beautiful and elaborate (typically making them unfunctional). Well, these bad boy baggy jeans definitely needed to be belted off – so I did it with this brand new black belt that I bought in SF last weekend. Both cute and functional…I finally found my match.

To top it off, I threw on an excessive amount of bronze rings, a little choker, and my reliable old chelsea boots. With my hair in a middle part, it completed this fun and laid-back winter-to-spring look! Hope you all enjoy my photos among these beautiful mustard flowers.

what I’m wearing:

top – self-made

jeans – DIY

belt – boutique

jacket – forever 21

boots Рtarget 

a day in old sac

Decided to go on a little road trip with these cute friends of mine ūüôā We left behind¬†our boring home town for the day¬†and spent it walking up and down the old, planked sidewalks of Old Sacramento. There were so many adorable shops and way too many places to stop and take pictures, we just had to take advantage of it.

Never be scared to pair cream and white!!! With the mixture of textures, it can make for the perfect ensemble. I threw on these boyfriend jeans, a classic pair of Chelsea boots, and carried around this super cute backpack (definitely the cutest and most functional substitute for a purse EVER) to complete the outfit. Hope you all enjoy these photos from today!!!

top – brandy melville

jeans Рamerican eagle 

that 70’s show


My momma always told me that trends¬†from the past would¬†come back… ¬†I brought elements from the 70’s,¬†and even a little bit from the 90’s/early 2000’s (refer to the turtle neck and mom jeans) into this ensemble.

Every girl needs a pair of great jeans to throw on that are an instant confidence-booster and make her feel like she can take on the world. And these are mine. They¬†look so chic but laid-back all at once… plus, they¬†have THE BEST FIT. Probably the most comfortable pair of jeans I own.

I decided to play up the¬†hippy look by throwing on a bunch of layered necklaces and this stunning suede motorcycle jacket. And can’t forget these heeled booties to make my legs look a million miles longer than they really are! Hope you all enjoy this lil outfit of the day:)

top – forever 21

jacket – charlotte russe

jeans – lucky brand

boots – target

fall outfit ideas: alternatives to sweatshirts and jeans

It’s been pretty cold lately. And with the cold, we’re inclined to throw on sweats and a sweatshirt – completely sacrificing our fashion sense to keep warm and stay comfy… But what if I told you that there are a ton of super easy and adorable alternatives to your typical lazy-day outfit???

Sooooo leather jackets are a total necessity once it starts cooling down. I wear them maybe a little too much (so you can expect to see a bunch more outfits styling them). Throw on a leather jacket and boyfriend jeans for an automatically chic, sophisticated, and timeless look.

This outfit isn’t as warm as the others, but perfect if you live somewhere that hasn’t gotten TOO cold yet (like California). If it’s colder where you live, you can totally layer up¬†and wear a long-sleeve under or a cute coat over. I absolutely love this jacket – it gives off such a cool and urban feel. I paired it with these skinny jeans that I cut up¬†(one of my favorite pairs) and these awesome Steve-Madden-esque’ flats.

I have recently re-kindled my love for turtle necks. But any huge sweater looks great tucked in slightly to some high-waisted pants! Plus you get the luxury¬†of feeling like you’re wearing a blanket¬†while looking super¬†put together ūüôā


fall outfit ideas: hats n sunglasses

Fall fashion is definitely one of my favorites. You can wear layers and layers – rock big jackets, beanies, and tights. But something that most forget about is the fact that sunglasses aren’t just for the summer, and can enhance any look! Accessorizing is the way to transform a simple, boring outfit into a more creative and stylish ensemble. I teamed up with¬†Salt City Optics ¬†and¬†created looks around my two favorite winter hats and some cool shades for their¬†Fall Fashion Challenge! Hope you can pull some inspiration from these looks, and try out some hat and sunglasses combos for yourself! Check out¬† for some SUPER CUTE sunnies ūüôā

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A felt hat is a staple piece for the fall and winter season, and can be found basically anywhere in almost any color! Paired with a simple pair of black sunnies makes for a super chic look (cat eyed ones would be perfect, I ordered a pair that¬†are on their way in the mail as I type). I wanted to work with the trend of suede skirts, so I paired this one with a super cute striped top, tights (so I don’t freeze), and my Chelsea boots. I wear these sooooo often, they’re easily one of my favorite pairs of shoes.

top – forever 21

skirt – thrifted and reconstructed by me

tights – target

boots – target

hat – forever 21

sunglasses – rayban

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I love beanies during the colder months, but this one is a lil different… it’s more of a turban than your typical beanie and it’s a plus that it’s in my favorite shade of pink ūüôā I absolutely love when I find pieces that no one else really wears, it adds a slight uniqueness to an¬†outfit . I paired the turban¬†with another set of black sunglasses and decided to create more of a grunge look. I threw on¬†an oversized band tee, some burgundy pants, all-white converse, and A BEAUTIFUL HUGE THRIFTED JEAN JACKET. I found this beauty for only about $3… my jaw literally dropped when I pulled it out of the racks.

tee – lucky brand

jacket – thrifted

turban – local boutique

sunglasses – forever 21

pants – h&m

shoes – converse