Fashion: Festival Wear Look 1

FotorCreated
Crochet Top (Urban Outfitters); Loose Pullover (Brandy Melville); Wide Legged Print Pants (Marshalls); Necklace (Forever 21); Bracelet (Bouton Bracelets)

Festival season has arrived, in case you haven’t seen the mannequins at stores decked out in flower crowns and fringe. I don’t really go to huge multiple day festivals because I honestly don’t have the extra cash for it. I only go to Vans Warped Tour and I remember going in high school and no one ever really wore “festival wear” to it since it was more of a punk show until recent years. Coachella fashion wear really blew up and the whole festival scene got bigger. Many clothing companies have commercialized on this. I have never worn “festival wear” to festivals, but I know a lot of people do. And because of that I will be posting two festival looks one in traditional, “let’s pretend we are back in 1969 going to Woodstock”, and the other festival attire that’s equally as cute but just a bit comfier and more practical. I’ll be doing the first look first in honor of Coachella starting today.

Continue reading “Fashion: Festival Wear Look 1”

Fashion: Highline Streets

Dress (Brandy Melville); Plaid Shirt (SheInside); Tattoo Chocker (Brandy Melville); Siren Chocker (Made by Me); Boots (Steve Madden)
Dress (Brandy Melville); Plaid Shirt (Ralph Lauren); Tattoo Chocker (Brandy Melville); Siren Chocker (Made by Me); Boots (Steve Madden)

Recently, I had the pleasure of visting the High Line with my best friend. We thought it would be a good place to visit before our photo shoot/interview with the singer MAX for our webzine, Underdog Press. Head below for the details on my outfit!

Continue reading “Fashion: Highline Streets”

Fashion: Let The Sea Come To You

Halter Top (Brandy Melville); Shorts (T.J. Maxx); Necklace (Mom's Closet)
Halter Top (Brandy Melville); Shorts (T.J. Maxx); Necklace (Mom’s Closet)

It’s summer and we all know what that means…BEACH! Unfortunately, I live in New York and our ocean doesn’t get warm until like October, not really , more like the end of July/beginning of August. Although the ocean is cold and impossible to enjoy, my friends and I still make trips to the beaches in Long Island. Here’s an outfit idea for the beach, head below for more details.
Continue reading “Fashion: Let The Sea Come To You”