Hello everyone and Happy Holidays!
Last Friday, I celebrated my 22nd birthday! Yay! This year is special because I have big
things planned in regards to my future, life goals, and career goals.
Because of all of the exciting things I have planned for the year to come I am dubbing it: Year of Change ❤
Stay tuned for the amazing things to come 🙂 Now back to my birthday lol…
My lovely boyfriend Shawn and I had an exciting day. We first went to the National Aquarium where neither of us has been in over 10 years.
The aquarium had 3 new exhibits: Australia, Rain Forest, and Jellyfish exhibits.My favorite was the jellyfish exhibit where I found my new favorite sea creature, the Blue Blubber Jelly.
They are super cute! From the aquarium, we went to Kona Grill, an Asian and all things grilled. The food was delicious.
Then we ended the night with a comedy magic show at Illusions Bar and Lounge which was hilarious and very entertaining. Overall it was a great birthday and I loved my outfit. Get the look details below!
Orange jumpsuit: Windsor Store ($30)
Green Heels: Nordstrom Rack (on sale for $25) (plus my employee discount lol)
PS: My hair is also totally different! Post about this new look coming soon *hugs and kisses*
Two weekends ago my roommate, a friend of ours, our friend’s roommate, and I went to a Halloween dance on my college campus.
It was quite chilly that night so instead of wearing costumes for the dance, we all thought it would be cool to wear super classy sweater dresses with heels. I must admit, we looked great!
In this post is two of my favorite “sweater dress selfies” from that night. I purchased this lovely sweater dress from a cute store called Strawberry.
The dress is a deep burgundy color with a silver zipper. It is long sleeve and went a little past my knees and cinched in a bit there.
I love this dress because it is very slimming and super warm. Perfect for a fall night out or even a date night dinner with your significant other.
I paired my sweater dress with black ankle booties. Since the dress is so long, I figured shoes or heels that stopped at my ankle would be perfect.
I still have my long Marley twists in my hair as well. I styled them in a big half bun half down up do.
I also wore small black earrings and light lip gloss to finish off the look. It was a great night and I was not only super stylish, but also warm and cozy!
Have a fantastic week everyone. Stay beautiful! ❤
Prom photos are appearing all over my social media accounts, so it is easy to say that it is prom season. I can’t believe that my own prom was just three years ago!
It is surreal to think that three years ago was my senior prom and in just one year I will be graduating college. Life is truly amazing ❤
In this post I wanted to show my lovely readers my chic prom look. It was an adventure finding my prom dress because I looked in at least 5 to 6 different place for my dress.
I didn’t really know what style of dress I wanted, but I knew I wanted it to be blue or teal specifically since that is my favorite color. At one place I found a beautiful high-low, feathery light blue dress but it was wayyyy overpriced ($600 to be exact!).
So I left the lovely feather dress behind and looked elsewhere. I went to a popular mall in my area and stumbled upon a store named Pretty Woman, which had dresses for all occasions.
I went in and found a gorgeous dress, my only problem with it was that it was black! I really didn’t want to wear black on my prom night, so I asked the owner if she could get the same dress in teal and that is how I found the gorgeous dress I wore to prom. (and it was only $80!)
My dress was a teal halter top A-line gown with rhinestones lined down the middle of it. It was ruched at the torso area and was floor length.
I paired the dress with dangling silver studded earrings, a light blue and white corsage, and silver heels. My prom date, who is also my lovely boyfriend, matched me perfectly and I was super worried about matching because he hadn’t seen my dress until the day of prom!
He wore a teal button up shirt with a blue and white tie, a white vest, white dress pants, and sleek white dress shoes. Prom was a lot of fun and all of my classmates looked beautiful and handsome.
Prom was probably one of my most fashionable days ever lol ^-^
I know that I am a few days late, but I just had to show my lovely readers my Easter/Resurrection Sunday outfit!
This Easter was the first time in almost three years where I could actually be home from college for the holiday. That was super exciting!
I got to go home to my church I grew up in and had an awesome message from the pastor. My boyfriend, who isn’t big on religion, even came with me to church as well, so that was sweet.
Now back to my outfit info! I actually didn’t find my Easter outfit until the Friday and Saturday before Easter. Friday, after my Passover service, my family and I went to Wal-Mart and that is where I found the skirt I wore.
On Saturday, my boyfriend and I went to one of our favorite malls and I found the shirt I wore. I had my heels for a while now because they are the same ones I wore for my high school graduation.
Outfit details ~
I wore a floral patterned lace crop top with a slight high neck. I didn’t know that it was a crop top until I actually tried it on, but I loved the top so much that I had to buy it.
I paired the lace top with a mint colored tribal patterned skirt. The skirt has a high slit in it, but doesn’t show too much!
Since my shirt was a crop top, I decided to pull the skirt up and wear it as a high-waist skirt. I paired the skirt and top with heels with a small bow on the front of them.
I really adore this outfit and it was super affordable. In total my outfit only cost $21!
How was your Easter everyone and what cute clothes did you wear? ❤ ❤
Earlier today I had to pleasure to attend the 2nd annual induction for one of my college clubs, Sisters Aspiring to Success or SAS!
Today, SAS welcomed 16 new ladies or Sassies, as we like to call them, into our lovely sisterhood. SAS is a women’s organization that focuses on academic excellence, leadership, and service.
In this post I will show you gorgeous readers my SAS induction outfit.
I wore a dark red A-line dress with a small V-neck line. A-line dress work well for women who have pear shaped bodies like myself, because we are smaller up top and a little wider on the bottom.
I paired my A-line dress with silver accessories. For jewelry, I wore pearl and silver studded earrings and a silver and white necklace that I purchased when I went to South Korea.
I also wore a variety of silver bracelets. To complete my induction look, I paired my dress and jewelry with sparkly silver heels.
I also wore lipstick again for the second time ever! The first time I ever wore lipstick was for my birthday, you can see that post here.
You may not be able to see my lipstick too well in the picture, but the color is called Coffee Craze by CoverGirl and it is a deep shade of brown. I love it!
I hope you enjoyed this sassy post and continue to enjoy your weekends ❤