Where Have I Been?!

About a year ago, I got the opportunity to start a job at an amazing store, Kenneth Cole in Soho. The past few months the store has been liquidating, and last week the store officially closed. Through working there I have made the most amazing friends and had so many great experiences.

But when one door closes another door opens. Starting Monday, I will be interning as a fabric assistant at an awesome design house. If you haven’t been reading my blog for awhile, you wouldn’t know that I started a new major this semester: Fabric Styling at FIT. Through this internship I will be doing some of the things I have been learning in my classes.

I will try to post more, about fashion and my experience interning. And I can’t post a blog with including some outfit inspiration, so here are some Fall looks I have been wearing the last few weeks.




First Semester Down!

New Year, New Semester!

Since it’s a new year (Happy 2015 Everyone!), reflecting on the past year is a must. The biggest thing that happened to me in 2014 was the start of my college career.

Its crazy to think I have finished my first semester at the Fashion Institute of Technology, FIT for short. For those of you who don’t know, I packed up my life in South Jersey and moved to the big apple to started at FIT for accessories design in August. While at times school got stressful, I’ve had an amazing experience.

I thought I’d reflect and share my first semester with you through Instagram pictures I have taken over the last few months.


One of my favorite classes of the semester was my Footwear Design and Construction I class. I learned how to create a shoe from start to finish.



I also loved my Handbag Design and Construction I class. I learned how to make flat bottom totes and unconstructed bags.



I also had the opportunity to “stalk” New York Fashion Week street style outside Lincoln Center.

Check out the blog posts here.


Best of all, I’ve been living in the most amazing city in the world!


Choosing FIT was an amazing choice for me, and I can’t wait to see what my next semester has in store for me.

Happy New Year again! And lets all make 2015 great.