its finally time

dress and belt, dvf; shoes, tory burch; sunnies, tom ford; bracelets, juicy couture

My weekends have been feeling busier than ever so I took a second to go to the beach so my life can stand still for a moment with the sand beneath my toes. I'll miss having this just minutes away from my home when I move to New York City (yes, that's my big announcement). I am feeling so many emotions that I have become numb to the whole moving process. I'm lucky to have the support of everyone and that's the thing that keeps me moving.  

one piece wonder

 dress, dvf; bag, su-shi; flats, tory burch; sunnies, prada

A dress. I feel like I am constantly repeating how I am influenced by singular pieces like a dress or statement jewelry that do not need much work to shine. That is the main reason for my gravitational pull towards Diane von Furstenberg pieces; her cuts, colors, and patterns can stand on their own. I love making my pieces the fore-runner so that my small and meaningful accessories don't over power my outfit. 

P.S.- I have exciting news to share with you soon.

Featured: Mama's A Rolling Stone

I woke up this morning to see my feature on Mama's A Rolling Stone which made my endless dark and rainy days seem a little brighter- hop over to the website to check it out!


jumper & shoes, dvf

One-piece; I decided this spring that I would invest in a flow-y, one piece ensemble. One that didn't need much accessories and fit in my closet perfectly (aka me back to my minimal ways). If you follow me on twitter you already know that I recently played dress up trying on pieces for fun and not really looking to buy. But, after I got home I decided that this runway piece had to be in my closet.

Patterned Statement

Sometimes patterns make a statement on their own. Recently statement pieces have been taking over my closet. I actually can't say that I hate it at all. The bold pieces give me more chances to wear pieces like these black jeans which have been waiting to get worn in a little. 

top, dvf; jeans, true religion; clutch, coach; shoes, jeffrey campbell


I hate to admit that I fall into the category of a minimalist but the signs are all there. For me an outfit doesn't need to have excess, but needs to flow and seem put together. 

top, topshop; pants and bag (harper day bag), dvf; shoes, jeffrey campbell; sunnies tom ford 

I stay true to my minimalistic ways from my daily makeup of concealer, bronzer, and eyeliner to my three pieced outfits and small accessories. For me less is more and more just seems like too much.


dvf harper day bag; dvf gladiator flats

Welcome to my closet. Currently my harper day bag (seen here) and gladiator flats (both from DVF) are my favorite pieces. These gladiator flats are my newest addition to my rapidly -and much needed- growing shoe collection. I cannot wait to wear them more and more in the summer days and nights. I can already envision them with flowing maxi dresses and short shorts. Ah those summer days.