Hello everyone! Happy 2018. I’m super excited to share my first post of 2018 and it’s a bit different than anything I’ve done. Over the last six months or so, I’ve gotten super into podcasts and I asked my twitter followers if a post on my favorites would be of interest, and was happy to see that it was something my readers would like to check out! I’ve compiled some of my favorites as well as some that are on my list to listen to. I hope you enjoy and come away from this post with something new to hear!
Continue reading ➞ A Guide To My Favorite Podcasts
Recently, I have been getting into female-driven musical acts. It’s not so much that I don’t like listening to a female sing as much as a male, I just tend to listen to male acts more often. That makes sense, considering that the music industry is very much male dominated.
Continue reading ➞ Five All Female Bands To Pay Attention To
The 2016 Met Gala brought a lot of interesting outfit choices: the good, the bad, and the plain old ugly. This year’s theme was “Fashion in the Age of Technology,” a theme that many people decided to stray away from (Blake Lively, you look beautiful, but where is your loyalty to themes?!)
Continue reading ➞ Met Gala 2016
When I look through the photos from 2016 Spring Couture Week, I had a hard time picking my favorite collections.
Continue reading ➞ Spring 2016 Couture
Many of you may already know that I have been a Style Guru for College Fashionista for the past six months, and I’ve loved every minute of it. If you aren’t familiar with College Fashionista, it is a website dedicated to Fashionistas and Fashionistos all across the United States spotting trends on college campuses and writing about them. It has been extremely fun and a great way to improve my writing as well as forming connections with other students across America. It has also given me the confidence to launch this blog!
Continue reading ➞ An Evening with College Fashionista