This week, Vogue published an insulting article with quotes from a couple of Vogue editors bashing fashion bloggers. In an attempt to call bloggers out for what they do for a living and "real" fashion, the editors made fools of themselves.
We must keep moving FORWARD, we must keep pushing for TRUTH.
I am praying for peace in this world.
This past week, Mr. Bill Cunningham, fashion photographer for the New York Times, passed away. I never had the chance to meet Bill, but even still, he has impacted my life immensely.
There's no age bracket for self-discovery, give these a run through.
Now, I sit here trying to figure out what to tell you all. I know I have more to say, but I am struggling to find the words.
There are many emotions that are fluttering around inside my heart. Nervousness, happiness, anticipation, excitement, hope and most of all, confidence.
Having the chance to dress up is so much fun! Allowing time for yourself to get ready, you build excitement for what is to come. As prom and wedding season comes upon us, I always love seeing what people choose to wear!
With helpful tips and tricks, I couldn't help but be inspired in my closet. I think I might even go through it and create a capsule of things that are actually essential to me.
I am really hoping this is one of the last mentions of the word "winter" because I am so ready for the warm temps and beautiful blooms around town.
These can be maintained if attention is given to where it is due.
For years I have been tracking New York socialite and street style goddess, Olivia Palermo. Her style is a wonderful combination of all things classic, feminine and trendy.
Without shadows, what would one be? One dimensional and most likely flat. Just like paper dolls strung together, what sort of "perfect" life would that be?
Saying farewell to 2015 and welcoming 2016 with open arms tonight! It has been quite the whirlwind of a year, jam packed with amazing memories and accomplishments.
My favorite thing this time of year is the joy that is around when you are with family, friends or just walking down the street!
These things are disposable for some, but for me they have a lot of meaning. Sometimes, I go back and go through the things I have kept over the last few years.
There are so many instances that I find myself coming upon "revelations" or "ah-ha" moments and I find it important to experience them fully. I am a huge promoter of positive self image.
Every year I have this ritual of heading to the nearest magazine section of Barnes and Noble's around the first or second week of August specifically to study the "September Issue" of every fashion magazine.
The world is actually pretty busy on a Sunday morning. Especially in a place like Starbucks!