Hello everyone (by everyone, I mean all 10 people who read my blog)! Oh how I have missed the feeling of letting my fingers fly over the keys, typing word after word, thought after thought, providing you my reader with whatever knowledge and enjoyment I can with only 5 hour long breaks in between the … Continue reading K- post
When I first moved here, I wrote an article about my skin care routine and how much it had drastically changed since I began living with two other girls. I believe I compared my newly intense, long, not to mention expensive skin care routine to that of Patrick Bateman's, one of America's finest literary heroes!...Also, … Continue reading Beauty is Pain
*Before I start writing this, yesterday, I was informed of the lack of paragraphs in my writing. While this may have been followed with a comment about how I'm the Jack Kerouac of fashion blogging, it still made me realize that despite of my hatred for paragraphs in that they interrupt my artistic thought, they … Continue reading Caudalie, my lips feel like a baby angel’s. Thank you.
This post may seem a little odd but I felt the need to share. When I first meet people I like to ask certain questions to get to know who they are. Obviously you can always stick with the boring "What do you do?", "Where are you from?", and "What do you do for fun?" … Continue reading Led Zeppelin, Boiled Peanuts, and Coconut Oil
Dolce and Gabbana Chiffon and lace soft-cup bra- $755 Dolce and Gabbana Lace-paneled chiffon slip- $1620 Prada Whipstitch Leather Platform Sandal- $1150 Emilio Pucci Tribal Beaded Bustier Dress with Draped Skirt- $3400 Chanel Alligator Classic Flap Bag- $54000 Ali Grace Jewelry Rose Gold Diamond Ring- $755 (use promo code SPRING20 to receive 20% off at checkout!) SK-II Essential … Continue reading Unlimited Fund Wish List
Ever since I moved to New York 8 months ago many things have changed, such as I now walk about 10x as much as I did back home, I have tried and eaten (well most of the time) some really weird foods due to my Seamless addiction, and layering has become an everyday thing due … Continue reading Feeling a bit like Patrick Bateman, but not in that way.