The Perfect Brunch Look

The Perfect Brunch Look

New York City is a city of brunching. There are so many restaurants that make a good brunch so if you are ever in the city try out my favorites – Sunday in Brooklyn, Jack’s Wife Freda, or Bubby’s. There are more, but maybe that’ll be another post for another day!

If you are going out to brunch in the springtime with your gal pals, you might be wondering what you could wear to look cute with your friends. I personally love a jumpsuit! Continue reading “The Perfect Brunch Look”

My Favorite Trench Coat

My Favorite Trench Coat

Hey guys! It’s been a while, I have been wrapping up my studio semester recently, but now I am starting to get back into the blogging sphere.

New York is blooming so beautifully this Spring, it has me so excited! The weather is definitely warmer but still cool enough to layer clothing lightly. I recently purchased this vintage Burberry trench coat and I have been adding it on top of a light sweater or a top and mixing it with a long slip skirt or pants. Continue reading “My Favorite Trench Coat”

How I am Taking Care of Myself in My 20’s

How I am Taking Care of Myself in My 20’s

Your 20’s are about growing up and trying to figure out what you are going to be in life. But the things you do to your body in your 20s will also affect how you age. Here are a few things that I do daily and regularly. I know it’s difficult being a student or full-time working or if you’re just too busy, but it’s important to take the time and try. Continue reading “How I am Taking Care of Myself in My 20’s”

Camel for Spring

Camel for Spring

Spring has finally started to peek through in New York City and I am embracing it with open arms. I am tired of the harsh cold air. There is still snow in the background of these photos but the temperature was way above 40 degrees and this week it could possibly peek into the 60s. Ok enough of my weather report, time to focus on what’s important and that is, what are you going to be wearing this Spring? Continue reading “Camel for Spring”