girls born in the ’90s.

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These girls born in the ‘90s… are dangerous.
Seriously so in love with dressing like a girl-version greaser. Chokers, half-buns, grungy boots, denim, denim denim, give it to me! Anybody else notice that as of lately, it feels more fashion-forward for a girl to wear a white tank, shorts and black boots than an embellished dress, a hat, accessories, etcetera? The simpler, the better. It’s all about the attitude.

If I could live in one thing for the rest of my life, it would be a vintage, distressed band T-shirt. I used to be all about exploring new trends: wearing mermaid skirts, tacky statement necklaces, colored denim… you guys remember. Now I realize it’s one hundred percent cooler to just come to terms with your favorite items. So, I love ‘90s vintage tees. They make me feel confident, like the person I want to be – hence, my collection of T-shirts.

Basic? Maybe. Immensely cool? Definitely.
Paired with chunky black boots – it’s an instant “lady killer” look.

Nordstrom and Steve Madden are holding an exciting “Who Wore It Best” in celebration of Steve Madden’s 25th Anniversary – the winner gets a trip to meet Steve Madden in NYC! Share your favorite ‘90s trends with me using #SMxNordstrom on social media and I’ll lurk through your beautiful faces and follow my favorites!

Photos by Kevin Ipalari.

In The Hamptons.

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Who’s first time was it in the Hamptons? This girl’s.
You hear so much about the celebrity parties and madness in the Hamptons in the summer, and let me just set one thing straight first and foremost, you see only that, which you chose to see. Some people see clubs and never-ending nightlife in Miami, I see stunning crystal-clear beaches and untouched nature. You get where I’m going ; )

From my personal experience and interpretations, the Hamptons are a quiet getaway for Manhattan inhabitants. It was nothing I wasn’t used to seeing, growing up in Southern Ontario. A lake, amazing seafood, a good deal of old people, and boundless tanning and swimming opportunities.

REVOLVE hosted the most extraordinary weekend this past July, where I got to spend time with my friend Imani (therawsomevegan) and Aimee Song. Seriously, thank you REVOLVE! Everything from the pool, to the amazing meals and other bloggers on the trip were a total dream. Every detail was noticed and endlessly appreciated! I documented the whole weekend on my instagram, but let me lay it all down for you guys here with links to everything I wore.

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Photo Jul 18, 7 52 15 PMDay two was spent working on a tan, laying out by the REVOLVE pool and trying to balance on their pool floaties. Imani and I changed into our evening outfits (mine was this killer cactus For Love & Lemons dress) and joined everyone for tacos outside. What do I have to do to live like this everyday?! Photo Jul 18, 8 00 57 PM

After our last brunch with all the bloggers, we jumped in a car and drove back to the city, where I spend two days before making my final move to LA.


To build a home.

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Gone for so long. Gone from the blog, gone from instagram for almost a week, rare random words of meaninglessness on twitter, but so very present in the moment.

I moved to LA, got my work visa, signed my first ever lease papers, bought my very first car… all within a span of two weeks. Everybody could agree that moving is stressful, but it’s one to move your furniture from one place to another, and a totally other mission to buy a mattress, pillows, plates, spoons, cleaning supplies, a couch, hangers, and etc etc because you have none. I can’t even be on my phone for a damn second because I’m too concentrated on making my new place as comfortable and cave-like as possible.

All “adult” things aside, I’ve come to such a content, comfortable, sensible and neutral place in my mind, that I can’t remember the last time I found it hard to fall asleep. That, is happiness. I’m at the airport right now heading to NYC, so stay tuned on my instagram.

p.s. enjoy the hint of comedy at the end ^_^