NYC Day 3 – The Highline, Freedom Tower & Ramen Burger

Hey friends! For the last part of this New York City series, I went to the Chelsea area and the beautiful 9/11 memorial. The day started off in the meatpacking district where we went to an open air market and the famous Chelsea Market. Collectively, my unusual but amazing breakfast was: Raspberry, lychee and rose…

NYC Day 2 – French Pastries & The Butcher’s Daughter

Hey friends! This is the second part of my adventures in New York City this summer. I can remember being unimaginably hot and the taste of the most amazing pastries I’ve ever eaten. We also stopped at some stores that looked like they were going to be expensive…and it’s safe to say that I didn’t…

NYC Day 1 – Shopping & The Best Steak Ever

Hey friends! I recently took a trip to one of the fashion and food capitals of the world: New York City. I go to NYC about once or twice a year, but this is the trip that definitely made me realize that I’m a city person. The first day of the trip, I went to…

A Darker Side to Boho

Hey friends! Boho has been a steady trend for a while now, so I decided to take my darker take on it. That basically means more black. Fringe and florals are tell tale signs of the “bohemian look” (does that even need quotations? I don’t know). I’ve also been doing a great job being more…

Street Style in the Suburbs

Hey friends! I’ve described my style as “a dark look with a feminine edge” or the less pretentious description “hipster vampire”. The mix of casual and fancy mixed with the urban badass of street style makes it look like I put a lot of effort into a mostly simple outfit. My life of looking put…

Ripped Jeans and Railroad Tracks

Hey friends. I went to Davidson last weekend (again) to go try out a place I’ve never eaten before called Flatiron. It was so good and the whole place reminded me of a more relaxed steakhouse/bar. I’ll be sure to post about it later, so you can be jealous of the gigantic gourmet bacon burger…

A Casual Day and Outfit in Davidson

My favorite place in North Carolina is Davidson. It’s this small, quaint town that tricks my brain into thinking that the rest of world is like it. The brick buildings and sidewalks add to the feeling that you’re transported back into simpler times (before smart phones and the inter-webs…although there is wifi in Davidson, which…