Sunday, March 25, 2012


After years of barely putting on earrings (or accessories in general for that matter), I thought it would be fun to finally start playing around with them. This was a result of feeling like earrings that were sold in most retail stores were repetitive and tacky-looking, along with being too lazy to actually go out of my comfort [shopping] zone to look for a nice pair. But! I've stepped foot back into the accessory world once I found this earcuff on Etsy a little while ago. I know, it's not an actual pair of earrings, but it's a start, right? 
I bought this Free People top last summer and haven't worn it much since. Now that the weather is getting nicer, it seriously deserves to see sunlight. 
(Skirt: h&m, Shoes: Urban Outfitters)

Photo Credit: Dagmara Wasilewska (

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Bow-ties&Ghassan Yazbeck

Here I am again, new hair color and all, about to apologize to my followers for being so absent in the blogging world. But I won't! Because I have a lot of exciting news. I wanted to share with you guys, first, a dress I've recently pulled out of my mom's closet (shhh) that I fell in love with. If you're thinking that my mom's closet is some black hole in the universe where clothing just keeps accumulating, you're right. And trust me, I'm just as freaked out by it as I am thrilled. 

 A sheer floral beige maxi dress that is too perfect for words and too delicate to wear without docs or heavy boots. Oh, and my hair is black now. Here are a few silly pictures me and my friends took, in which I'm wearing the dress. 
Also, updates on my February fashion week underneath. 
BTW, my friends did not plan to dress alike at all this day. My friend made fun of us saying that we looked like a girl band, so I edited the last picture to fit the bad-ass girl band look. But seriously, how awesome are their bow-ties? 
I know what you're thinking, "another jumping picture, real original." It's not, I know, thank you very much. 

This fashion week I got to assist a photo shoot for designer Ghassan Yazbeck's Fall/Winter 2012 Editorial look, and write an article about it! Check it out here: 

Here are a few behind the scenes photos I took as well: 
Ghassan's clothing is simply beautiful. It was truly a pleasure to help out with his shoot. 
Needless to say, this fashion week has been a blessing. I also got to help coordinate the Yazbeck's show and got to attend the fashion coterie, which I will have more pictures of later!

Photo Credit: Awni Mosa