spring style

I’m totally feeling Springtime this year, why? Because I’ve got some amazing pieces that I’m fawning over and can’t wait to wear! One of them is this gorgeous blush-colored trench from DailyLook. It’s super lightweight and the color is just gorgeous! I have worn it in previous posts however, I added some lighter denim and neutrals to pair with it.

FullSizeRender-10 IMG_7205 IMG_7234

Shoes: c/o Shoedazzle, Jeans: Flying Monkey, “Cameron” trench coat: c/o Daily Look, Purse: CHANEL


New Video: Shopping Haul (March Favorites)

Hola amigos and amigas! Today I present to you a new YouTube video featuring some of my absolute favorite finds this month. I will cover everything from writing, cooking, fashion and beauty! You will be able to shop the items mentioned in the video below! Enjoy my loves and don’t forget to subscribe!

Leather writing journal: Barnes & Noble $30 Get it HERE

“Avery” Crochet Skirt: Lovers + Friends $139 Get it HERE

Blush “Cameron” Trench Coat: Daily Look $70 Get it HERE

” Red Algae Mask” and “Ocean Cleansing Mudd”: OSEA  $48 & $44 Get them HERE & HERE

“Eat the Year” by Steff Deschenes $16 Get it HERE


I hope you guys enjoyed this video and please don’t be afraid to comment either her on the video! I appreciate your feedback always and look forward to making these fun videos! If you have any requests, let me know :)

cape town

One of my favorite trends ever is the cape jacket. Who doesn’t want to stroll around the city pretending their a fashionable super hero? I know I do! They call me Super Fashion Monster (uhhh, okay, maybe not). Let’s forget I made that super lame joke, okay? Anyhow, this cape is from Missguided and it’s only $100, how awesomely amazing is that?  I paired this heroic fashion statement with professional zippered pants and a classic crisp white button up.

You can get this amazing cape here.

IMG_6502 IMG_6503 IMG_6505

IMG_6494 IMG_6495


Cape: c/o Missguided (get it here)


spring has sprung

One of my favorite trends ever…CASUAL. A crisp top and a snazzy pair of denim is a look that will always stand the test of time. This amazing cap-sleeve button up is from Forever 21 (can you believe it?) and these high-waist beauts are Dittos. I have to admit, I am really looking forward to Spring/Summer and all the fun trends that are making their way from the runway to the streets.

I love traditional button up’s however I’m really loving the cap-sleeve trend for the warmer seasons. You still maintain that polished chic look but you don’t have to melt (which is a good thing!).

What’s one of your favorite Spring/Summer trend for 2015?

Processed with VSCOcam with s2 preset Processed with VSCOcam with s2 preset Processed with VSCOcam with s2 preset

Cap-sleeve button-up: Forever 21, High Waist denim: Dittos

Beachy Waves with TRESemme

This post is sponsored by TRESemmé.

Hey guys!

Today I’m going to tell you guys how to achieve beach waves using the TRESemmé’s (un)Done Collection. It’s super easy to do and it’s one of my personal favorite hairstyles to create. This hairstyle is transitional when you’re living here in Los Angeles like I do. With this guide, hopefully you can at least pretend you’ve caught some waves ;)


Step 1: Wash that mane! Use the TRESemmé (un)Done shampoo and conditioner first. I find that using a collection tends to give you the best results and it’s better for you hair than mixing multiple products.

Step 2: Spray on, sista! After combing your hair through, spray on the TRESemmé Perfectly (un)Done Sea Salt Spray and brush through your hair. This stuff is not only amazing it smells fantastic! If your hair is dirty, you can just use this spray and scrunch your hair up to create more natural waves.


Step 3: Blow dry lightly or air dry your hair. I find that air-dry (if your hair isn’t super kinky) is best. The least amount of heat you put onto your hair the better. Nobody wants split ends or fried hair, right?

Step 4: Use a small 1 inch curling iron and start before the roots and pull your hair down as you curl. This movement allows for that beachy look. Too tight of curls from top to bottom can be more Curly Sue than beach-chic.


Step 5: RUN YOUR FINGERS THROUGH! Literally, have fun with this part. Shake your head, mess up that hair girl! The messier the better. By flipping your head you can create more volume and by separating the curls and opening them up, you achieve…




Pretty easy right? Oh, and we forgot one final step…

Step 6: Spray, baby, spray! Add a little TRESemmé Perfectly (un)done Brushable Hairspray to finalize your look. Nothing like a little hold without the stickiness. This hairspray does just that!

I hope you guys enjoyed this post as much as I enjoyed creating it! I love all things hair :)

For more hair inspiration and tutorials, visit www.youtube.com/TRESemme



coffee coat

Even though Winter is leaving us fast, I’m still digging my outerwear. I am throwing it on every chance I get and with living in L.A, temperatures can go from 80 degrees to 60 degrees (freezing, brr- just kidding!). This amazing coffee colored coat is from SheInside and it’s under $50 (get it here)! I paired it with charcoal denim and my leopard heels. This particular color is one of my favorites because it’s such a rich color and adds instant warmth to your face.

The great thing about this hue is that it’s also quite transitional, add some neon or anything on the neutral spectrum and you’ll have a super chic look.

IMG_6484 IMG_6485 IMG_6487 IMG_6488 IMG_6489 IMG_6490



Photography by Raphael Rogers

Coffee coat: c/o SheInside (get it here), Pocket Slub Tee: c/o DailyLook, Charcoal skinny jeans: c/o Blush Boutique, Leopard Pumps: c/o Sole Society


Myne OH Myne

Sorry for not posting in awhile guys, my silly face went on a bad website (NOT THAT KIND) and got a horrible virus on my laptop where it basically stalled me and spammed me with pop-ups for the past two weeks. Alas, AppleCare pulled through and saved me $200! So back to blogging and boy do I have some GREAT posts coming up for you guys :)

Today’s look is one of my favorite dresses from Myne. It’s been seen on Kim Kardashian and comes in a plethora of colors. I chose this navy blue because navy to me is one of the chicest colors. I paired this dress with cognac brown to balance it out. I love navy with white, browns and silver. You could go either way with this.

A silky dress like this is perfect year-round. Great in the summer with sandals and great in the winter with boots.

IMG_6364 IMG_6365 IMG_6366 IMG_6367

Shot by Raphael Rogers.

navy silk dress: c/o Myne (get this exact color here), Shoes: c/o Shoedazzle (get them here).