Saturday, January 23, 2016

Snow Day

Hi guys! I decided to do Youtube videos more often. Here is the first for 2016!
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Saturday, January 16, 2016

Like The Boys

In other words, Comme Des Garçons. Would you believe me when I say I was a total tomboy up until the age of 13? I never wore skirts and dresses; always pants. With my shirt tucked in. No matter how utterly ugly and baggy it looked tucked in, I still did it. No half front tucks here, either. 

I also always wore sneakers...or slides. Both Adidas. The thought of painting my nails or even remotely keeping them nice was too girly for me. And my hair was always in a pony tail.

Just all the characteristics of a tomboy, basically. Now, I wear all the skirts and dresses! And I even don't mind painted nails. In this look, I felt like I went back to my old roots. Trousers, sneakers, hat to cover my never brushed hair. Just a little boyish.

Olive green trousers / Black top: Thrift Store
Navy trench coat: c/o Romwe
Black wide brim hat: F21

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Mauve & Dusty Rose

For the rest of the cold season, I will probably never not wear a turtle neck. They literally go perfectly with everything and best of all: they keep your neck warm without having to wear a scarf! In this look, I went with muted tones. What do you think?

P.S. Current Pantone color much, huh?

Dusty rose turtle neck: Thrift store
Mauve trousers: From my grandmother
Cream/off-white shearling jacket: c/o Romwe
Pink boots: Zara 

Monday, January 4, 2016


We are already day 4 of 2016. I decided my new year's resolution would to wear more shades of brown. It's just a little hard getting out of that scene/emo/punk stage of wearing black, ya know. Don't worry, it'll still be my go-to color. Always.  What do you guys think of my nude color look?

White/beige turtle neck: Thrift store
Brown trousers: from my grandmother
Beige coat: c/o CNdirect
White Front Zip boots: Asos
Fur headband/hat: Aldo
White purse: Dooney&Bourke

Friday, January 1, 2016

A Look Into 2015

Happy 2016!

This past year was something.  So many good's, but also so many bad's. In the end, I would say the good outweighed the bad. To start off my grateful list, I switched over to my current awesome modeling agency in the summer. But as a whole, if it wasn't for being signed ever, New York would never be in my plans until probably another few years. I have met so many creative and insanely nice people in NYC.

But most of all, I am thankful for being able to live through another year.

For people who are stuck in their comfort zone: try stepping out, or else you'll never grow as a person.

Here are a few of my achievements and events for 2015!
My first shoot in NYC on New Year's Eve with Andrea Bartley! Also, if you're in the NYC area and looking for a photographer, she's your go-to!
Attending the first ever, fashion week for men in NY.
Interview/shoot for a new online magazine, The Know It Alls.
Seeing the exhibit, China: Through the Looking Glass.
Rockaway Beach.
Living the brutal NYC winters.
Walking my first show for NYFW.
Part of my birthday spent at Coney Island.

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Mostly Monochrome

 My last casual look of 2015 is this army green look. My friends and I made a little trip to Atlanta, Georgia for some adventure. I figured the best way to dress is in one color and adding on a pair of trainers for running around the city. 

We went just about everywhere, or at least tried to. There is currently an exhibit at the High Museum of Art over Iris Van Herpen. If you are ever in the area or wanting to get away, make a an hour stop there. Her couture pieces are completely breath taking.

P.S. Happy New Year's Eve. Have fun and be safe, you guys!

Army green coat: c/o CNdirect
Army green skirt: c/o Foymall
Army green scarf: my grandmother's scarf
LV purse