Indigenous Australians, also known as the Aboriginals, used cave painting as a way to tell stories about their ancestors. Dreamtime is the Aboriginal understanding of the world and how all things came to be and it is the name for this collection. It is inspired by ancient Australian cave art made by the Aboriginals and contemporary Aboriginal art, which uses a lot of bold, saturated colors in contrast with the ochre and Earth tones used in the cave paintings.
There is something so classic about vintage fashion that will never fade. History repeats itself, especially in fashion and I am here for it! Baroque prints are another staple this season and you’re not just seeing them used by high-end designers, such as Versace and Dolce & Gabbana anymore. I love the timeless essence of the baroque print, as well as the the intricate details and individuality of each print.
The one essential thing to everyone’s wardrobe should be graphic tees. I cannot get enough of them and I have an entire collection of them.
Fashion is about style, not brand. If you follow my blog you know I live by that quote, and whoever said it first is a genius.
The City is the perfect place to be bougie, especially when you’re brunching. I’ve been impatiently waiting to style this lace bodysuit and could not think of a better time to wear it! There are so many ways to style bodysuits, but I love the femininity of the lace ones paired with the edginess of distressed jeans. For even more edge and a street-inspired look, … Continue reading Chic in the City
Being a Valentines Day baby is always hard. Restaurants are crowded. Everyone is special on your special day.
Alicia Keys made her first debut wearing a bare-face on the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, which sparked a lot of controversy. Some women found the movement to be shameful to those that are frequent makeup wearers and found it to be anti-makeup in sentiment. The “No Makeup Movement” was started to do the opposite of that. Alicia even addressed the backlash shortly after by … Continue reading “No Makeup” Movement