Hey guys! Sorry I haven’t posted for so long but welcome to my first post of Fall 2018! I’m so stoked to finally have some cooler weather because it has been SO hot and sunny here. I’m also super hyped for Halloween which is one of my favorite holidays! One of my favorite things about Fall is being able to wear a lot more black, and dark colors in general. So this week I’m wearing one of my favorite hats which is a black fedora from Forever 21. This hat is great because it goes with everything, goes with any hair color, and makes most of my outfits look a little better. I found this purple lace cami on sale from Abercrombie and it has become one of my favorite tops. I like how simple it is, and purple is one of my favorite colors to wear! I paired it with these super comfortable, black and gray striped, wide-leg pants from Kohls, and tan block heels.
Thanks for reading! Happy Fall!
Welcome to my first post of summer! So I actually made this skirt from a pattern I got at Joann’s with some help from my grandma! I wanted a skirt that was bohemian, and went with most of my tops. I like the fabric because it’s very lightweight and comfortable, and I really like the color. I paired it with an embroidered lace-up crop top from the brand Chloah, a red faux leather fannypack, and red faux leather sandals from the brand Universal Thread.
Welcome to my first lifestyle/DIY post! I’m going to be posting more lifestyle/DIY posts soon – along with my fashion posts. For this post, I’m focusing on gardening. I love spring and one of my favorite things to do in spring is garden. I’ll be sharing some pics of my garden, and a DIY for these super easy plant markers! I love to grow as many indoor plants as possible and I love flowers, so I’m super excited to start growing this package of California Poppy seeds I found! The plant markers are super easy to make.
Step 1: Find some acrylic paints in your favorite colors.
Step 2: Using a paintbrush, blend the colors together while wet.
Step 3: After the plant markers have dried you can use a permanent marker to label them. The total cost for this project can be less than $3!
Chocolate Mint and Cat Grass