Vacation Diaries: Missing the Beach

It has been about a month since my last post, and I am so sorry. After getting back from vacation I have been swamped with work and preparing for the upcoming school year. I did want to share one last outfit post from my week in Brigantine.


I found this dress at a cute shop on the Ocean City boardwalk when my parents and I spent the night there, I wrote a post about our night there. This purple off the shoulder dress is perfect for day or night. I tried to keep my look casual for a day out in the town. I paired the dress with these lace up sandals I found at TJ Maxx and my Raybans. I kept my makeup simple with just some BB cream with SPF and mascara, I don’t like feeling cake faced while at the beach.


As much as I miss the relaxing beach and hanging out by the pool, I am very excited to get back to New York City for my third year. In just one short month, I will be reunited with the big apple and you will obviously come along on all my adventures. Stay tuned!





Coney Island ~ October 18, 2014

 Coney Island. The home of Nathan’s Hotdogs, theme park rides, and beautiful beaches. Where else would a group of college girls go on a random Saturday in the middle of October? Since the weather was so nice, I was able … Continue reading

What I Wore to Fashion Week ~ September 7, 2014

Since New York Fashion Week is coming to a close, I thought it would be appropriate to show you guys what I wore when I “stalked” the street style (Check out my latest post here).


I wanted to keep my look pretty simple because I was carrying around my camera and blogging essentials. I wore my favorite H&M black skater dress with my studded vest. I found this awesome metal necklace for only $3 at a discount jewelry shop in Times Square. My rounded sunglasses add a little edge and uniqueness to the outfit.

Don’t worry I didn’t wear my Target sandals to Fashion Week. But I did have to replace my Anthropolgie wedges for the sandals since my roommate and I took these photos in Central Park on top of a giant boulder.





 This wasn’t just my first Fashion Week in the city but my first time to Central Park. I knew that Central Park was beautiful, but I didn’t expect it to be as gorgeous as it was and massive. It was interesting to see such a serene place in the hustle and bustle of New York City.


Over all my first Fashion Week was pretty cool. Fingers crossed that next Fashion Week I’ll be volunteering for a show or two.


Let me know what show was your favorite at NYFW.