Swimwear is on its way!

It is almost my favorite time of year!! Swimsuit season!! I know, I know it’s a little cliche, however it’s not all about prancing around in a two piece bikini, it’s about embracing your body as is and enjoying the sand in your toes, sunkissed skin (always use SPF) and ocean waves!

Not only is swimsuit season the greatest but with this comes daylight savings…which means longer days and more natural sunlight! I am going to share a few links of some of my most anticipated swimwear trends this seasons! Yay! So excited!!!

So, I don’t usually spend too much on my swimwear because it is more than likely going to be out of season next year, not fit, or be dull from the sunlight. Also, I can’t grasp my head around spending $300 plus on a bikini that is wayyyyyy less fabric than my premium denim hand washed designer flared jeans (insert rolling eye emoji here).

With swimwear…means sunlight, protection is always my number one, some of my favorite summer products are Balibody and the Rose Hibiscus coconut hydrating face mist!

Here are a few:

https://www.noraswimwear.com/pages/mix-and-match-1

Whitefoxboutique.com

Meshki.com

Showpo.com

The Journey Begins!

Hello everyone! First of all, thank you for joining me on this journey and I can’t wait to share some Streetstyle, sex tips, and journeys. I guess I should start by telling you a bit about my story.

I moved to Los Angeles from Ohio at the age of 17 with $500 in my pocket (being a naive teenager thinking $500 was enough to move to L.A). I began school at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. I was in student housing for the first semester while quickly figuring out that I was nothing like these girls and guys whom I was taking classes with. By this I mean I was by no means paying $6.00 for a Starbucks coffee every morning and pulling into a $20 parking lot in my G wagon Mercedes each time I had class. It took awhile for me to figure out myself and place. Unlike most of the students that I was going to school with I took school extremely seriously and put my all in every project and paper. I ended up graduating 2 years later with a degree in Visual Communications.

I later got into a few assistant positions with a few well known stylists out here. While the stereotypical “coffee runs” and “picking up dry cleaning” were a blast I quit the game of “assisting” and ventured out to my own projects. I have styled a few projects on my own yet, haven’t made too much of a mark yet. I then thought that what a better way to showcase my style and style tips by starting a blog! Well, here I am. I am extremely open to any comments, questions so please do not hesitate to ask me anything!