The year was 1983, throngs of people were donning lycra and spandex outside of the gym, complete with bags that hung around their waists and oversized sweatshirts. Fast forward nearly 35 years and I find
As trends come and and go the thing that will always be most important to me is maintaining a sense of chic, because it can so easily be lost when you’re trying to keep up.
Follow me on any social platform and you’ll know how much I hate pumpkin flavored everything come September. Suddenly every aisle in the grocery store is inundated with pumpkin spice something and to be frank;
For years sneakers leaning toward orthopedic was solely meant for those who get movie tickets on the cheap. Nowadays the clunkier the shoe the more en vogue. From brands like Louis Vuitton with their Arclight,
Calling yourself an entrepreneur seems to be a new fad, everyone wants to be their own boss, because it sounds fun. The truth is behind the boss babe hashtags, empowerment brunches, and millennial pink instagram
Unless you never pick up a magazine and only scroll Instagram once a week then you’ve probably noticed that polka dots are trending. With every season comes the print that we can’t seemingly live without.
Everything makes a come back; trends, styles, even exes from time to time. For me lately my wardrobe has been a return to casual chic. Meaning I’ve put off buying overstated items because I know
I read a book a few years ago when I was struggling to develop a sense of style. It asked loads of questions, gave examples of people to look at, and ultimately gave you a