8.15.2017

Between The Lines




This Summer I have been seeing so many women on the city streets wearing mid-length dresses and I absolutely love it! I feel like it's a style that doesn't get enough credit in the Summer months and in my opinion I think this is a silhouette that is flattering on every woman. I found this dress on Ever-Pretty.com which is a website for all occasion dresses that are high-quality and all under $100.
If you are ever in the need of finding the right dress but don't want to break the bank, Ever-Pretty is your new destination.

Photos by Daniel Lopera

8.02.2017

Backless Bodycon Dress




Today I'm sharing my two favorite Backless Bodycon Dresses from Rosegal.com.
Whether it's a night out with the girls or date night, you can never go wrong with a black dress.
These 2 dresses are inexpensive and the black lace makes it a timeless staple in your closet.

Shop them here and here.


Sponsored post, all opinions are my own.




8.01.2017

In The Navy





The color navy is is my never-fail color. I feel like it’s such a confident color. When I don’t want to wear black or white (comfort zone!) navy is a good choice for me that fits almost every occasion.

This dress by Tobi is a sexy one. The deep neckline and the cutout in the mid-riff is perfect for those summer days that you feel like showing skin. I paired this dress with my favorite espadrilles from Asos also in navy.  (similar one here.) 


Photos By Daniel Lopera


6.16.2017

Follow Your Heart ♡





 I have a thing for LBD's (I mean who doesn't, really?) and this Tobi dress is perfect... Subtle yet flirty. What do you guys think? 
Shop the "Made To Be Yours" dress here now on final sale for $10!

I wore it last Saturday while being a tourist in Washing D.C.
and I couldn't help but fall in love with all the murals around the city.
I didn't get to spend to much time wandering around but that only means I'll have to go there again some day to a little more exploring!


Photos By Daniel Lopera.

6.14.2017

American Field Pop-Up Market in D.C.

This past weekend I was invited by American Field to experience their made in USA pop-up market in Washington D.C.. For those of you how are not familiar with American Field- they have been curating pop-up shops all over the US and this was their first stop in Washington D.C.. All the vendors in the market are independent and sell products that are made in the US. I love supporting small businesses in the US because I feel like it's super important to do our part and support our mom and pop shops. 
When I was in college I studied Production Management and I learned everything from sourcing local goods to working with factories abroad and domestic. Seeing the in's and out's of the production/ manufacturing business you really get a sense of how important it is to support your local shops because the when you shop domestically your not only helping small businesses to thrive but every part of the supply chain benefits from it.

Walking by each vendor in this market was truly inspiring. You couldn't help but feel the creativity throughout the place! I love seeing people do what they love and I've always said that when I grow older I want to be as happy as they lady selling hand-made soap at the farmers markets because that is something that person is truly and whole heartedly passionate about. 

In this post you will see photos from vendors I got to meet and maybe you will check them out also!

5.12.2017

Weekend in Williamsburg





Shein blouse
H&M denim (similar)
Sam Edelman x Gilt espadrilles
United Colors of Benneton pom pom bag (bought in Italy)

Ever since I was 17 years old, one of my favorite things to do in New York City is go to Williamsburg in Brooklyn on the weekends and just walk around. Williamsburg is one of those neighborhoods that on every block there seems to have something fun/ interesting going on. There’s never a dull moment.

I know a lot of people say this and I will not be the last one to mention it but Williamsburg has changed SO much. I remember when 8 years there was no Starbucks, high risers, super fancy restaurants in this neighborhood and there was a Salvation Army right outside the subway station that would always have a gem inside waiting for you to find it.


But as time goes on, things inevitably change. And that’s okay.  Sometimes I just miss the true bohemian air that use to be in that neighborhood.