It’s no surprise that the 90s are making a comeback because we all know fashion repeats its self. Plaid is back. Brightly colored bubble coats are back. Swishy track suits are back. Even 90s looking hairstyles are making a comeback. I think trends are cool, when done right. I wouldn’t
Guess what? I’m wearing flats with this outfit *gasps* I’m on a mission to buy more fly suits because I think they’re so chic and timeless. I originally planned on wearing the blazer with no shirt underneath and a chunky belt over it but since it was so hot outside,
Most of my photoshoot locations are unplanned. Though I’d prefer to know where I’m gonna shoot, it doesn’t always work out that way… and that’s a good thing. I wanted to shoot this outfit against this white building that I had shot at before but I couldn’t remember exactly where
I’ve been on a mini a hiatus for the past couple of weeks. I needed to regroup, refocus and find out what I actually enjoy doing. One of those things is creative directing. When I shoot, it’s not just about the outfit. It’s about the styling (hair, makeup, accessories) and
It’s no secret that I love wearing all black. So every now and then, I have to drop an all black outfit one time for the culture lol. I’ve been watching Project Runway and I learned a lot about what kind of designs I gravitate towards most. I love clean
I think we can all agree that ‘Snakes on a Plane’ was a terrible movie ( I saw it in theaters too *cringes*). Although I hate snakes, I do love faux snakeskin clothes/shoes which is kind of a contradiction but not really. Any shoe that has some kind of pattern/color
Monochromatic looks are my thing because it’s the perfect combination of chic and simplicity. I wore a pair of navy blue chinos and a keyhole halter bodysuit. The blues on both the top and the pants match so well that it kinda looks like a jumpsuit (from far away lol).