The t-shirt and shorts look is usually reserved for the summer, but when paired with the right pieces, you can reuse your tees and shorts for the cooler months as well. This Bitter Things Tee by Hallow Collective brings some spring vibes to the grey autumn months.
Overall Rating: ☾☾☾☾ Here’s something I’d really never planned on reviewing: deodorant. But the Kopari Aluminum-Free Deodorant is a little different than the deodorant I’m used to, and since I live in a place that can reach 115 degrees in the summer, maybe trying something new isn’t a bad idea.
My graphic tee mood is in full swing and Hallow Collective has quickly become my favorite brand for kick-ass graphic tees.
Even when you’re as big of a fan of black as I am, it’s nice to have a “pop” of color every once in a while. These purple jeans are my “pop”.
For the second session for my back piece, we worked on the outline for my Artemis tattoo. Per usual, Lexy absolutely killed it and blasted through this big outline in just a couple hours.
This month, I’ve been obsessed with high waist skirts. While high waist skirts are perfect for summer, I usually don’t break mine out until the fall. To me, nothing goes better with a high waist skirt than a chunky knit, boots, and a pair of tights.
I’m not going to lie, I went on a Pinterest binge the other day and decided that I really needed to step up my home decor game. Specifically, I wanted to get some cute coffee table decor. My taste is a little more edgy than your typical “Pinterest” style, but it did give me some good ideas.
Huge shoutout to my friend Fred who gifted me with this rad tee from Hallow Collective as a little birthday present! I’ve been eyeing the brand for a while, so it was awesome to finally have a tee from them. If you’ve read my September’s Obsession post, you’d know that I’ve been really into the boyfriend tee trend lately, especially since it’s such a great transitional tee option.
Thanks to my love of taxidermy, candles, and the color black, it always looks like Halloween in my home. Still, I do like having dedicated Halloween decor.
I finally pulled the trigger and decided to start a massive back piece. I went through a lot of ideas, but finally settled on some badass Greek mythological women. For my first session, we did the outline of my Persephone tattoo.