I want to give a big salute to all my single girls out there; the ones who go to the gym, read a book, do DIYs, or have their side hustles and OWN being single! I’m not going to lie of course being single has its downs too, especially as you get older and see all the engagement photos on social media.
This heart patch sweater has been on my mind for almost a year now, so you can imagine my excitement when ChicWish reached out to me for a collaboration
Last year I wrote a blog post about how to style pinafore dresses different ways (It’s linked here). I wanted to do an *updated* look for this year! Sometimes I feel like a little girl wearing this dress, but I decided to challenge myself and give it a city chic vibe. If I could re-do some of the looks I would bring in more colour with the dress rather than the continuous black on black. With that said, I do like matching it with a turtleneck; blouse and a tee.
The weather during the fall/winter time makes it extra hard to care about going out or even trying to look put together. I often find myself “letting go” of doing my hair and make-up, followed by throwing on the same sweater and jeans when going out. That’s why when I find an outfit that is going out “worthy”, I stick with it as long as I can! One item that has been a staple in my fall/winter wardrobe has to be knee high boots. I had purchased my dark
I purchased a pair of American Eagle winter boots during their Black Friday and I have to say I am happier than ever. I love my Sorelles, but like many other people I find them too clunky. These boots are light but still have the rubber part at the bottom to keep my feet dry. However, wearing winter boots is not always stylish and makes me feel like a snowman haha. So I decided to share some tips on how you can make winter