Hey blog hey, Have you continued shopping during this quarantine? I have because I didn’t bring nearly enough from NY for my Atlanta quarantine. I am super excited to share an ASOS dress haul. Due to slower consumer shopping patterns, brands have been having good sales. For the last couple of months, ASOS has promoted … More ASOS Sale Spring Dress Haul
Can you believe that we’re in the second week of May! Although we all dream of summer, it’s coming a bit too fast. Here’s a perfect transition look especially if you’re on the East Coast because it’s still in the 50s/60s. I’m highlighting mom jeans with this ‘fit that’s under $50! I love mom jeans … More Under $50- mom jeans & off the shoulder look
Spring is a season marked with renewal so I’m sharing 4 ways to truly bloom this season. Winter always puts me in a funk and I’m doing a few things to bring some light to new this season. About this look: I found this maroon top and clutch in the Zara sale. The jeans are … More 4 Ways to make the most of Spring
As the wait for “real Spring” continues, I’m sharing some style inspo on 5 ways to incorporate white into this lighter season. Immediately when thinking of spring looks, “florals for spring, …groundbreaking” and pastels comes to mind. White is an evergreen shade (an oxymoron lol) and a way to add a fresh touch to the … More 5 ways to wear white in Spring
SOS, Spring weather where ya at? Here’s a look for the transition into Spring. This season captures with the blooming of flowers and thus an influx of color so I’m marking the occasion with pops of color. It seems like living in NYC you can never have enough forms of outwear to cover the range … More Collared Shirt + Orange Pumps
I had been waiting to wear this suspender style pencil skirt. I paired it with a black crop top, both pieces from ASOS. The snakeskin pattern heels are Steve Madden. This style is such a fun twist to the pencil skirt crop look.
I love the Marais especially on Sundays! The 3rd and 4th are get areas to roam on this day of rest, as most of the city is closed. The Marais is known for its gay and Jewish population and its little streets are filled quaint restaurants, clothing and jewelry boutiques and falafel! Las de Falafel … More One Day in the Marais,