Black on Black



Dress used as top – Langford Market, Ankle boots – Buffalo Exchange, skirt – BikBok, Shopping net – H&M, Sunglasses – Karen Walker 

You all know I am a sucker for an all black head to toe look, and fall is my favorite season to play with it. A lot of people don’t like the all monochrome looks, but it can help you play with textures and lengths. If you want some great inspiration on how to pull of all black looks, check out this Pinterest board.  Here I am pairing my new favorite ankle boots (can you believe these were only 29$ at a thrift store?) with a cool see-thorough shopping net from H&M and a folded skirt. I like the simplicity of this outfit and it can easily transform from day to night, just add a statement necklace and you are good to go! I really like reusing my items to get more use out of for example a dress and make the piece more versatile, here I used my Langford Market dress as a top and it worked out really well. Hey, If you wanted a day-to night all you would have to do was take the skirt out and wear it as a dress.

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Ethree Estetiques: New lashes


This week has been filled with school work and midterms, so when my Ethree Estetiques appointment came along it was exactly the pick me up that I needed. As many of you know, I am allergic to most types of mascara, which leads to make-up free days most days! But after I discovered the wonders of eyelash extensions, I am never going back to not wearing them! So let’s talk eyelashes guys, I visited Erica’s salon Ethree Estetiques earlier this week and I am so impressed and happy with the results! She was so knowledgeable about everything regarding beauty, skin care and eyelashes that I pop-quizzed her on all her insider tips! I ended up going for an almost full lash set of curved lashes, Erica added some longer ones starting mid eye and til the end of my lash line to create that dramatic look that I wanted without sacrificing it looking natural.

If you live in Austin, check out Erica’s salon by clicking on the photo down below.

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Cotone Classics

Top, shirt, skort – Cotone,
Boots – Buffalo Exchange, Hangbag – Chanel, Sunglasses – Karen Walker 

I am so happy to show you my second look for Austin boutique Cotone. This was more of a casual and classic twist to a festival look. I find that a lot of times If I am shopping for one particular event, like a festival or vacation I tend to never wear it again, because it was to theme specific. With this look I wanted all the pieces to be completely wearable for an everyday wardrobe. I love the french striped top and the gorgeous faux leather shirt tied around my waist (I would totally wear this with an all leather look, maybe a leather pencil skirt?). I also love this white skort, super easy to pair with almost everything, and I really like that it looks like a skirt but it’s wearable like a pair of shorts. If you live in Austin like me, stop by Cotone, they still have -40% all their lines except for the fall line! They also just received all their new pieces for fall so hurry on over there to check it out!

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ACL Ready with Cotone


Top –  fishnet jacketarmy green jacketfringe crossbody bagleather shortsCotone, sunglasses – Karen Walker, Boots – Thrifted from Buffalo Exchange

Hi there! Hope you guys are having a great week so far! I am so excited to team up with Austin boutique, Cotone for today’s look. I wanted to give you guys some more ideas on how to create the perfect look for ACL (or any other music festival for that matter). I absolutely love this look, the textures and neutral color pallet pulls together nicely to create a chic and relaxed look for a day in Zilker park. I mixed many different textures like leather, fringe and even fishnet
to keep it interesting and a little unexpected. I paired it with some big sunnies (always a must) and a great cross body fringe bag to fit all my essentials. For anyone in Austin, Cotone is located at 2815 Guadaloupe St (super close to Campus) and are having a huge sale right now, -40% off most clothing in store! Find out which pieces I am wearing that are on sale (hint, almost all of it!) by visiting their store. Have a great rest off the week, and for those lucky enough to go to ACL weekend 2 have so much fun!

I am getting ready to leave for Dallas tomorrow for the big OU/UT game, for those who don’t know, It’s a rivalry  football game between University of Oklahoma and University of Texas, and it’s a huge deal (!) Fingers crossed it’s a big longhorn win!

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What to Wear for a music festival


ACL trend guide
Kimono, shoes, bracelets, ring and belt – Langford Market, Shorts – thrifted, Sunglasses – Karen Walker, Cross body bag – Michael Kors

Happy Monday Everyone! I was lucky enough to go to one of my favorite happenings in Austin this weekend.. you guessed it, Austin City Limits or ACL for short. ACL is a music festival held every year here in Austin, and this weekend I got to see some of my all time favorite artist perform like
Lana Del Rey, Iggy Azelia (I got VIP tickets!)  and a favorite from most of my childhood-awkward pre teen years, Eminiem. Overall it was an amazing weekend, and luckily there is another round next weekend if you missed the first one! So for all of you who are going to ACL weekend 2 or need some ideas for what to wear to a music festival I teamed up with my favorite boutique Langford Market to put together a look that is both chic and works with this crazy Texas weather.

I picked this gorgeous kimono and tied it in a knot in the front to wear it as a top, with a little bit of the bra let showing underneath. One of my staples for festival attire are the denim cutoffs, you can get them at pretty much any thrift store and can be worn in so many fun ways! (I got mine in a thrift store in Budapest for about 5$!) I wanted to play on the orange in the kimono so I paired it with a great faux croc Orange/brown belt from Langford Market, this belt could also work perfectly to synch your waist when wearing a maxi dress or a longer skirt. I also wanted to wear some accessories, but nothing that would be too inconvenient after a long day in the festival area, so I picked out these great bangles that added a beautiful hint of blues and gold! I have to admit this ring may not be the most practical, but it looked so cool I had to have it! (I feel like the mother of dragons, reference for all you Game of Thrones fans out there). I added a cross body for an easy cary-all of essentials and my new favorite pair of nude sandals. To get my entire look visit Langford Market website or drop by one of there locations. If you are in Austin, there are two locations one on 2nd street and one on Guadaloupe.

I hope you enjoyed my ACL look! Have a great rest of your Monday.

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I’m Blue

Happy Friday everyone! I hope you guys have had a great week so far, mine has been filled with midterms (yes.. it’s that time of the year again), but this weekend will make all the hard work worth it! This weekend I am going to ACL or Austin City Limits, and amazing music festival here in Austin. Guess who I am seeing this weekend? Lana Del Rey, Iggy Azelia, Outkast, Foster The people, Eminem, Skrillex, Calvin Harris  and more! Ahh, I am so excited! Check out the full line-up here.  For ACL I have partnered up with Langford Market to give you the ultimate music festival guide and some great outfit ideas to wear to a music festival, so stay tuned!

Langford Market dress – Zara shoes – Tory Burch Crossbody – Karen Walker Sunglasses -

Here I am wearing one of my favorite dresses ever from Langford Market, I love the beautiful color, print and cut of this! Especially the little peek-a-boo cutout in the front. I choose to play off the colors in the dress and pair it with a pair of baby blue pointy heels from Zara, my staple blue Tory Burch crossbody and my Karen Walker sunnies. Enjoy the rest of your Friday guys!


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Oh and If any of y’all are from Austin, are you guys going to ACL? 

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Langford Market Pants and top, Buffalo Exchange boots, Michael Kors Watch and Karen Walker sunglasses

Hi everyone! I hope your week has been great so far, here are some of my new fall picks from Langford Market. I am wearing a pair of white jeans paired with my favorite striped top. When It came to accessories I wanted to keep it simple with a pair of black leather ankle boots, Karen Walker sunnies and a gold watch from Michael Kors. Can’t believe I got these boots second hand from Buffalo Exchange for 29$ (!!). If you are not familiar with Buffalo exchange, you should definitely check it out for amazing second hand finds (including furs, boots and crazy costume!) All in all a fun basic everyday look, perfect for school or work! Hope you still have a great weekend.

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ikbok skirt, top and belt – heels – Michael Kors bag – Ray Ban sunglasses – Urban Outfitters Bralet

Some additional photos with the same look as last post, I simply could not get enough of this location. Enjoy your Tuesday y’all! I am swamped with homework, time to work!

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Bikbok top, skirt and belt  - Zara heels – Ray Ban sunglasses – Urban Outfitters bralet – Michael Kors handbag

I loved Parc Guell so much that we shot a couple of looks here. The creativity and amazing colors of the buildings here was completely unique to any other place I have ever travelled to. I cannot recommend Barcelona enough, so if you are lucky enough to have a Euro-trip lined up for next summer, stop here you wont regret it! I decided in contrast to the colorful backdrop to go with a very simple texture filled look. I love the 90′s throwback of the fishnet top, to tone the outfit down a little I tucked the top into a high waisted demin skirt and marked my waist with this cowboy/Texas looking buckle belt. For sightseeing during the day I had a pair of New Balance sneakers ready to go and they worked just as well as these pointy Zara heels.

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