March 29, 2012

Just Some Spring Wear

Shoes from Old Navy (they make my life)
Spring: My favorite season of the year. It's not too hot, not too cold; everything is fresh and full of life, and the signs of a fast approaching summer are everywhere. Spring is also a time to whip out the summer outfits (my favorite) and try new things.

 The shoes you see in the picture to the right are TO-DIE-FOR. I love everything about them- the pointed toe, the Indian pattern, and the vibrant colors- plus they are comfortable.


< This is my staple outfit. I wear every piece of it in someway at least once a week. The scarf goes with everything and I have a crush on everything in this bright color, and the skirt is so classy (and Heaven knows you can never go wrong with classy) and has a neutral shade so it goes with almost anything.

Cropped t-shirts are also the rage this year, and frankly- it's for good reason. They are amazing. They make you look thin and are extremely comfortable. >

Ribbed tights make everything look great and Oxford (of sort) shoe belongs in every closet. They are great for pretty much any season.

March 26, 2012

Embrace Messy Hair.

What's with today's culture? It is SO messed up and contradictory. People are all about being "unique" and finding yourself, yet there are certain ways we are all supposed to do our make up and hair etc.Everyone flat irons their hair, or everyone curls it. You never actually know what someone's true hair really is. It's ridiculous if you ask me.

 I'm on a new craze of wearing your hair all natural- as in no heat, no straightening, no curling- just the way you were born (*cue Lady Gaga*). Crazy right? But if you think about it, what's more you than your hair? It's so unique. It is never the same as anyone else's and its completely self generated. So why not embrace it? Be yourself and dare to be different. I know the thought of just showering and going is absolutely horrifying to many of you neat freaks, but you could always do a milder version of all natural "messy" hair- such as scrunching or braiding or blow dry-styling. 

Going natural and messy is cute, unique and not to mention SO much easier. So if you're like me and always running late. Then embrace messy hair- and ROCK it.