Thursday, October 23, 2014

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Summer Hodgepodge: Vol 2

                     Summer left overs...
Cardy:Express|Top:F21|Jeans shortsLOldNavy|Bag:Kate Spade Saturday|
Shirt|Old Navy|Bag:TJMax|Shoes:NineWest
Ankara|Top:H&M|Shoes:RSVP|Skirt:Lord and Taylor
Skirt:TopShop| Sandals:Target|Top: Express|Bag:Kate Spade Saturday

Friday, October 10, 2014

Bright eyes, nude lips

Face: Revlon Color Stay Foundation in Capuccino, Iman Powder, LA Colors bronzer
Lips: Revlon Supernatural and Mink|
Eyes: Inglot in AMC 50, House of Tara (Osenken), Lisi-Hawaian Blue

Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Summer HodgePodge: Vol 1

Just a bunch of outfits I rocked over the summer.

Blazer:K&G Stores| Tank&skinnies:H&M|Shoes:Steve Madden
Skinnies & Top:H&M|Blazer:Thrift Store|Shoes:Tommy Hilfiger
Dress (Worn as top): Marshalls or TJ Max|Skirt:F21|Shoes:Steve Madden
Hat:H&M|Shirt:K&G Stores|Shorts:Marshalls

Happy humpday.

Sunday, October 05, 2014

Street art

Earring & bangles by|Vest & hat:H&M|Pants:Sears|Bag:Kate Spade

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Yellow, Pink, & Blue Prints

Ankara skirt by Chic Therapy (more colors and designs available at Chic TherapyTop: H&M| Shoes:C Label 

Happy Hump day.

Monday, September 29, 2014

Fall into pink

Sadly, summer is over, and it's time to dig out the coats and knits I gleefully put away in April. While the sunny days are officially over, the temperature which fluctuate between hot and cold makes it really hard to layer appropriately. 
Fortunately, I purchased this long coat at the beginning of the summer. The coat really is a long "blazer", and It certainly wont keep me warm on colder fall days. However, it offers the right amount of warmth for the weather we have been getting here. Here is how I styled it sometime last week. Enjoy...

Coat:H&M|Shirt:H&M|Shoes:RSVP|Bag:Kate Spade

Monday, August 25, 2014

Bourbon Street, New Orleans & a lil bit of Baton Rouge

I was in Louisiana this past 4th of July for the Essence music festival. My friends and I flew into Baton Rouge and the plan was to explore the city before driving down to New Orleans (the festival location). On asking our Baton Rouge hotel receptionist what adventures we could get up to, she gave us a ten minutes speech on how awfully boring it was in Baton Rouge, and how we were crazy to think we could have fun there. We decided to still hit the streets, and true to her words, there was absolutely nothing to do in Baton Rouge! We went to the old State Capitol and turned our time there to a mini photo shoot. 

New Orleans on the other hand was bustling with activity, and once we freshened up at our hotel, we headed straight to the French Quarters to stuff our faces with Cajun and Creole cuisine (Etouffe, anyone!). Thereafter, we went to the legendary Bourbon Street. I had heard so much about Bourbon Street, and I was not in any way disappointed. The partying, the street dancing and drinking was epic!

It was a fun day, but I wish I had taken the time to explore the brightly colored creole cottages, and enjoy authentic jazz music.

I will be posting pictures from the music festival but for now enjoy the pictures from my first day in Louisiana!
Top:Express| Shorts:Express|Bag:KateSpade

Baton Rouge street direction
Old Louisiana State Capitol  in BR

Still in Baton Rouge

Bourbon Street, NOLA!

Louis Armstrong Park, French quarters   
So we stopped at the famous Cafe Du Monde for some beignet
and of course we had to get some hand grenades!

That's all folks. Have an amazing week.