Last month I had the opportunity to take a special styling class at FIT taught by professional stylist Nancy Alusick with photographs taken by professional photographer Maria Vullo. This class was called Styling: Still Life Fundamentals. Basically the class was learning positioning soft goods (textiles) the way they do in magazines and on magazine covers without using models.
Masks You can Wear and Still Look Fashionable
Ciao! I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted something! I’ve just had a big move in my life so stay tuned for pictures of my new place. I wanted to post something relevant to today’s fashion trends. Right now it’s face masks. Who would have thought! With the new reality of living with … Continue reading Masks You can Wear and Still Look Fashionable
My Favorites from Love Shack Fancy x Target
Ciao! I love Target. I really do. It may be sacrilege as a chic stylist but I don’t care. Lately they have been doing lots of collaborations where you can find some great pieces. Like their collaboration with Love Shack Fancy. Love Shack Fancy is a brand that creates feminine usually floral dresses with a … Continue reading My Favorites from Love Shack Fancy x Target
Black Owned Businesses to Support
It is a crazy time all across the country right now. If you are wondering what you can do to help, I have put together a list of black owned brands to support. Sometimes even the smallest actions can have an impact.
My First Time Traveling with EF Ultimate Break
A few posts I go I talked about the places I traveled to with the tour company EF Ultimate Break. Now I want to talk about the company and my overall experience traveling with them. EF Ultimate Break is a tour company for people ages 18-29. They pride themselves on affordability and being the best … Continue reading My First Time Traveling with EF Ultimate Break
Fashion Comes to the Rescue
Many think that the fashion industry is frivolous and unimportant. I will admit it’s not an essential compared to toilet paper and we are not curing cancer or anything. Yet in the wake of this crisis many fashion brands have used their talent and influence to give back and help in anyway they can to fight the coronavirus.
Czech Out Prague
Ciao! I hope you have been enjoying our little virtual tour! The next and final stop is Prague. Prague (in the Czech Republic) is an enchanting city that belongs in a fairytale. Seriously I think Disney may have stolen some ideas from them. Here are my highlights from my time in Prague.
The Chronicles of Quarantine
Ciao! This have been very difficult times. For everyone. I just went on a fabulous vacation, I got out of Europe just in time, made sure I didn't have Coronavirus and came back to chaos. Most people can't work, half the country is shut down and toilet paper and hand sanitizer are black market items. In light of everything I will be taking a break from blogging for now while the country deals with the crisis and to plan some new content to share. Before do this I wanted to share my Quarantine survival kit and my tips to beat restlessness and not drive yourself crazy while you are stuck at home.
Volunteering in Puerto Rico
These past three weeks I spend time in Puerto Rico volunteering with the Boys and Girls Club Llorens. Since this post can be related to politics and feminism I decided to share my experiences on my blog. This is going to be very different from my previous posts.
Last week, for my mom's birthday I took her to visit the Rosé Mansion in NYC. According to their website, the Rosé Mansion is a wine bar, museum of science for wine and amusement park. Yet is is so much more. I