Red Dress Fun

It’s the time of the seeeason for red dresses and confetti!

With 2019 almost over and 2020 almost here I wanted to post a farewell look to the year. Its been a year of understanding within myself. A lot of inner learning and un-learning, A lot of ups, downs, and in-betweens and a lot of facing them. I learned more and worked more on boundaries and all in all I feel more secure within myself. I’m excited for 2020 and to discover more, I know it’s been said a lot but hahaa I have to say it, – roaring 20s here we come!

So, with this look, I paired a red bodycon dress that was gifted to me with black pumps. I like pairing red and black a lot, to me those colors compliment each other pretty well. I think it has to do with the two colors being so different that they offset and bring out some of the best of each other.

The two cute kitties joined me for a couple of pictures Mini and Snow, they are under my sisters watch, she’s taking care of them until she can find them a nice home. They’re both so cuddly and friendly and they deserve to be happy and loved for the rest of their lives. I’m sure if my cat (Goldie) and Button spent some time getting to know them they’d become cat buddies in the end.

Well, in closing I’d like to say Happy holidays and Happy New Year! May it be a great one.

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December Sweaters

December and sweaters go together like sauce and spaghetti, (usually) so I wanted to bring out one of my favorite sweaters. This is a sweater I thrifted, honestly, you tend to find the most interesting clothes and items at the thrift store, It’s a treasure chest of finds you didn’t even know you’d find.

This is an oversized link sweater and its color combination is so striking to me.




Hiiii. Happy November to you!

Well, here we are in the fall/winter time in the northern hemisphere so time to layer. With this look I paired a black turtle neck with a plaid blazer that I thrifted and threw on a pair of my favorite jeans with my black boots. I threw in the pattern belt to add a little fun to the outfit.

I also wanted to do minimal so I only have on a little powder.

Check out the full look. 🙂

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Paper skirt and top

Hello and Happy October! It’s officially about to be chilly season in some part of the world so let’s welcome it!

With this look, I wanted to make a paper skirt and top. It was trying to say the least haha because paper is such a pain to wear not as flexible as fabric and easy to tear but I started with the skirt, the onto the belt, then onto the tote, and lastly the top to create the full look.

I incorporated red and blue because those are the main backdrop papers I use, so I cut pieces as needed. When I was first sketching the design I started off with maxi skirts and pencil skirts but I eneded up adding a paper mini skirt before we shot this look.