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.
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.
With Friday being the last day of New York Fashion Week, I’m ready to break out all my most fun and fashionable fall pieces that I couldn’t wear in the summer desert heat. Fall really is the prime time for fashion, with the weather being perfect for layers, coats, and other fun options. If you’re like me, you’re probably already stocking up on some rad, on-trend pieces for Fall 2018.
I understand that I’m very lucky to be able to afford to go shopping at all, nevermind buying high end goods. I was always under the impression that I had to be a millionaire to ever be able to afford any nice clothes. And I think a lot of people think that way too. High end fashion has become something that seems almost unattainable thanks to the rise of cheap fast fashion. However, it is possible to find cheap high end fashion that’s budget-friendly and high quality. Every month, I’ll be picking some great high end pieces that are $100 or less. I hope this helps those with less disposable income still build the high end closet of their dreams. This post contains affiliate links. If you’re wondering why, read this.
The heat of the desert is intense. As spring starts, I’m already thinking about how to survive the heat. This spring, I’m stocking up on beige pieces. Not only will they keep me cooler than darker colors, they look great with my favorite color (black) as well. Here’s a little spring shopping guide I put together for anyone looking to stock up on great beige pieces as well. Beige Clothing
Overall Rating: ☾☾☾☾ Disclaimer: I did receive my Murad Nutrient-Charged Water Gel complimentary from Murad and Influenster. However, all of the opinions in this product review are my own. This review is 100% honest. F*ck selling out. Moving to the desert mean investing in a good moisturizer. Since I’ve always lived near the coast where the humidity is the same all year round, I definitely underestimated how dry the winter is in the desert. I normally have pretty oily skin and have always had to use even the most mattifying moisturizers sparingly. Since I’ve moved to Arizona, my face has been feeling dry, tight, and uncomfortable.
Eclectic home decor can be difficult to find without it looking cheesy. I tend to pick up my pieces in random places like Parisian gift shops, the Venice Beach boardwalk, and random discount home decor stores. If you’re looking to add some cool eclectic home decor pieces to your collection, check these out!
With winter right around the corner, it’s time to gear up for colder weather. While it may not snow here in the desert, it can get pretty cold, so I’m still able to break out my winter favorites. Here are some winter essentials you should be stocking up on, no matter where you live.
Halloween is my favorite time of year. I get excited the second I see pumpkins and Halloween crafts at Michael’s and Trader Joe’s. As much as I love Halloween, I have only one complaint: the decorations are so tacky.
It’s finally fall! Fall is definitely my favorite season for fashion. I especially love the cozy layers, interesting textures, and darker color schemes or fall outfits. Here are some fall essentials to stock up on this season. Ankle Boots Fall is prime time for ankle boots. If you live somewhere warmer, it’s probably cooling down enough that you don’t feel the need to wear open-toed shoes all the time. If you live somewhere that gets cold in the winter, fall is a great time to break out cute boots before the snow starts and you’re forced into snow boots. Knits When I think of fall, cozy knits are one of the first things that come to mind. They keep you warm and look cute without looking bulky. They also make great layering pieces with…