It’s been a while since I’ve updated you all, but here are some photos of one of my last days at home, on the beach (my all time favorite place if you haven’t caught on by now). I’ve recently just started a new chapter in my life which I can’t wait to update you guys on soon!
For those of you who do not know, I am from the Cayman Islands. The Cayman Islands are made up of 3 islands and I live on the biggest one. But For the first time in 10 years, I took a trip to the smallest one, Little Cayman.
Little Cayman has a population of about 300 people (maybe less), and it is my favorite place in the world. Not only are you forced to relax, but you feel and sense of joy all the time because there is absolutely nothing to worry about. You can go outside and you will hear nothing but Booby birds or the crashing of waves from the sea.
I took my camera along with me and captured a few beautiful photos of the island that I will be sharing with you in my upcoming posts. Sadly I was only there for 4 short days but I cannot wait to be back!
I love collecting purses and filling them with random things so I decided to film a video about what’s in my purse! I’ve filmed this video every year since I’ve been on youtube and it’s honestly just a reason for me to go through my purse and clean it out (if I’m being honest). Hope you all enjoy the video and don’t forget to subscribe!
If you’re anything like me, you’re really sentimental. With everything. Sadly, everything includes material things, and this is why it was and still is so hard for me to get rid of clothing. For example, a shirt I wore to my first concert might not fit me anymore and might be old and ratty but will I be willing to keep it? Of course.
It took me a while to realize that how sad this was. That I was clinging on to things I no longer needed or wanted, but kept them for the sake of a memory. So if you’re currently having the same problem that I had, here is a list of a few things I asked myself before I parted with old clothes.
Do I still wear it?
Will I ever wear it again?
Why am I holding on to this?
Does it even still fit me?
Where am I going to put it?
If you answered “No” or “I don’t know” to these questions, simply get rid of it! There’s no reason to hoard, and so many new and fresh pieces are coming out every season that you can’t make space for because you are holding on to things that you have no use for anymore. Letting go of clothing and keeping only your favorite stuff is so refreshing and gives you so much space to play around with new fashion trends, ideas, etc.
I hope you all found this helpful, see you in my next post!
Transforming a basic outfit into a stylish masterpiece doesn’t need to be difficult or expensive. Over the years I’ve figured out how to make my outfits look so over the top that people ask me where I shop numerous times, and when I say “Forever 21 & Zara” they’re so surprised. The difference is that I can stay in a store for 2 hours going through every single shelf and clothing rack making sure I don’t miss any unique and expensive looking pieces. I’ve decided to share with you a few of my go-to pieces to transform my look (affordably) so here are the pieces I use to look stylish, featuring some affordable options.
I wish I lived a glamorous life and could tell you that this was an OOTD, but it’s actually apart of a photoshoot I did for my job. I am wearing Herve Leger, which is a designer that I’ve admired for so long but could simply not afford so it was a privilege to wear this beautiful piece.
Summer is all about taking a simple and comfortable outfit and making it as cute and as eye-catching as possible. I was thinking of the accessories that I use to spice up my more casual looks and came up with this short list for you guys. I also went hunting on my favorite online stores for affordable accessories that are just as cute as expensive ones and are summer staples. Don’t forget to click the underlined link to shop the pieces!
As I was scrolling through some clothing sites and discovered so many new (to me) designers and clothing companies that I’m excited to share with you all. Here they are, featuring some of their pieces.