Cardigan: DD's / Jeans: Rainbow / Heels: Reflections / Bag: Ebay / Earrings: Gifted

Hey Beauties! Hope all is well with you. I wore this outfit for a family bbq this weekend and decided to go for the nautical look. I kept it simple with a cami, dark blue jeans and a striped lightweight cardigan. I finished the look off with nude heels a boho bag and a pop of color with my neon earrings. I had so much fun catching up with my family and totally went over my calorie limit lol, but hey,  I might as well get used to it as summer quickly approaches and the functions ensue ;)

Much love,

House Party.


Top: Fashion Trend / Stonewashed Jeans, Heels and Purse: Rainbow

Hey divas! Hope all is wonderfully well with you ;) So…I’m back with another outfit of the night that was worn to a friend’s house party for her birthday. I wanted to be cute but not overdone, so I opted for a pair of acid stonewash jeans that I LOVE LOVE LOVE and a tummy flattering asymmetrical top. I finished the look off with nude strappy heels, simple gold accessories, light makeup and wavy tresses. I was excited about this look because I got this whole outfit for under $80 shoes and purse included, with no thrifted items! Not too bad on the wallet…and you gotta love that ;)

Much love,


Remember when we HAD to match everything head to toe? Lol. Everything HAD to be corrrrdinated…it’s amazing how style has evolved and fashion is full of being playful with mixing colors, prints, textures and patterns. I love the direction fashion is heading, but this night I decided to go back to the old school and match from head to toe...yep down to the eyeshadow! Lol. Just another log in my fashion journal as I experiment with past and present fashion trends. I wore this outfit out for a night on the town with my girl Ericka for comedy, drinks and sushi at the Geisha House in Hollywood. We had a ball! And, as I think about it, this outfit is actually another “Whole Fit From The Thrift” (I just realized that as I was typing lol) except for the Zara heels. I found the skinnies at goodwill for $2 and the patterned top and purse at the Quality Thrift. The top was $1 and I believe the clutch was $4. So yes, you’re looking at a $7 dollar outfit ;) So what do you think? Match, mix it up, or a little of both?

Much love,