I’m so happy that so many people loved my updated version of Cinque Terre. It’s been about three years since I studied abroad in Italy, and it was time for these posts to get a major update. This time, my destination is Venice and Verona. Before I get into what you need to see in Venice and Verona, let me explain how excited I was before I went to Venice. My first real introduction to Italy was learning about Venice and the canals. I remember watching movie after movie about the beautiful scenery. As a result of this, seeing Venice in person was by far one of my favorite parts of studying…
After seeing a graphic shirt this weekend, I feel the need to explain what purpose feminism has in the fashion world.
This post may be an eye-opener for most of us shopaholics. The first step to a sustainable closet is wearing what you already have. I know, that’s bold and unheard of but that means your shopping habits need to cool down for a little. For me, slowing down on my shopping habits has been a hard but necessary task. Before I give some tips on how you can shop your own closet, let’s break down my outfit. Every time I am wearing is before I started researching and investing in sustainable clothes. Although these items are not sustainable, they have been in my closet for a long time and I plan…
If you're in Poughkeepsie, New York you need to visit the Walkway Over the Hudson. You'll see incredible views of the Hudson River on this 4.4-mile hike.
I traveled to five different cities, listened two audible books, and discovered three bloggers to read. Check out what you need to know about my September.
As I have been looking through my closet I've come to the realization that I may need to accept that I'm no longer in college. Yes, ouch, that hurt just typing those words on my screen (and hurt even more rereading that sentence). I'm getting older and I need to realize I don't really need 25 Siena college basketball shirts taking space in my closet (yet again... ouch) and I definitely won't be wearing some of these short shorts anymore. So where do we begin? Read on to find out...
Silk button downs were huge in the 80’s with one of the biggest trends in the decade. With crazy prints and a luxurious textile, silk shirts instantly became one of the biggest trends in the 80’s. Check out how you can find, style, and take care of your favorite vintage finds.
The best day of the year has come and left like a tumbleweed through my heart. Lark Fest, a street festival in New York, is a day where Siena alumni from all over crawl out from underneath the floorboards and come for a day filled with street vendors, live music, and prancing to each and every bar. Not only is it one of the best college reunion weekends, but it's also a day full of cute outfits and blissful college memories. Find out what to wear to your local street festival.
Okay, I normally don't post on days other than Tuesday and Thursday but clearly this post needed to be posted on a Friday. When it comes to graphic t-shirts and me, we go together like fries and ketchup. One of my favorite posts on my blog is me styling a graphic t-shirt with a loud skirt. There is something about a graphic t-shirt that adds so much pizazz to an outfit. Plus, I’m a hard believer that your outfit says a lot about how you’re feeling and what better way to broadcast that than a graphic tee?
Let me start off this post by saying I'm not vegan in any way shape or form. I'm not perfect, I enjoy meat and I even buy leather shoes. Even though I'm not vegan I've made it my mission to support cruelty-free companies. Earlier this year, I realized some of my favorite companies like Clinique, OPI, Tresseme, and even Benefit all test on animals. After learning this harsh reality, I decided to go cold turkey and start my journey to cruelty-free beauty care.