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Back in 2016 Bitmoji dropped a collection with Bergdorf Goodman and W Magazine. You could dress your Bitmoji in designers like Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs, and DVF. Coincidentally, that's where I first ran into this dress. My Bitmoji wore it first, hah!

Dressing like my Bitmoji

September 2, 2020

Back in 2016 Bitmoji dropped a collection with Bergdorf Goodman and W Magazine. You could dress your Bitmoji in designers like Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs, and DVF. Coincidentally, that's where I first ran into this dress. My Bitmoji wore it first, hah!

If you know one thing about me you probably know how much I love flowers. So when I heard that the Posey Flower Cart was selling blooms on wheels in a vintage single horse trailer I knew I had to go check it out. The cart pops up around all over Kansas City.

You can make your own bouquet by selecting flowers like I did which are then arranged by the cart owner, Angela. Also, you can buy a gorgeous pre-made bouquet for a set price. This was such a fun experience and truly brightened my day! 


Be sure to check out the Posey Flower Cart's Instagram for the most up to date details about their whereabouts!

What's funny is that I've had this dress since last summer, but I've never really worn it out. To go back then knowing what I know now I'd be running around in this sequin dress everyday, but I digress. I had this dress on my wishlist for a few years before I finally bought it. Mainly because I could never find it in my size and I just wasn't sure if it was more of a want than a need. When I finally found it for $30 (originally retailing for $175) I scooped it up! I'm still deciding if this piece was a want or a need but it's definitely a fun piece to have even if I've only worn it twice.

I love this dress because it makes me feel like Daisy Buchanan. A rarity considering I'm the furthest thing away from a Kentucky debutante. 

I keep saying this but I've never felt life change so quickly than right now. I'm adapting but it's different y'know? I recently got a new job and started watching the Sopranos again. Besides that there's not much else to share! I've been spending time with my friends again (distanced and masked for the most part). The other day I had coffee with a friend outside Starbucks and I can't explain how grateful I felt to be able to do that again. It's funny how we forget that it's the little things in life, it's always the little things. Wherever you are I hope you are safe and well. Talk soon, friends.

A huge round of applause to my dear friend Mallory for these beautiful pictures.

Wearing: Dress - Cupcakes & Cashmere (long gone, but similar), shoes - Saks Fifth Avenue (sold out, but similar), purse - vintage (Similar)

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Sequins and Florals

August 27, 2020

If you know one thing about me you probably know how much I love flowers. So when I heard that the Posey Flower Cart was selling blooms on wheels in a vintage single horse trailer I knew I had to go check it out. The cart pops up around all over Kansas City.

You can make your own bouquet by selecting flowers like I did which are then arranged by the cart owner, Angela. Also, you can buy a gorgeous pre-made bouquet for a set price. This was such a fun experience and truly brightened my day! 


Be sure to check out the Posey Flower Cart's Instagram for the most up to date details about their whereabouts!

What's funny is that I've had this dress since last summer, but I've never really worn it out. To go back then knowing what I know now I'd be running around in this sequin dress everyday, but I digress. I had this dress on my wishlist for a few years before I finally bought it. Mainly because I could never find it in my size and I just wasn't sure if it was more of a want than a need. When I finally found it for $30 (originally retailing for $175) I scooped it up! I'm still deciding if this piece was a want or a need but it's definitely a fun piece to have even if I've only worn it twice.

I love this dress because it makes me feel like Daisy Buchanan. A rarity considering I'm the furthest thing away from a Kentucky debutante. 

I keep saying this but I've never felt life change so quickly than right now. I'm adapting but it's different y'know? I recently got a new job and started watching the Sopranos again. Besides that there's not much else to share! I've been spending time with my friends again (distanced and masked for the most part). The other day I had coffee with a friend outside Starbucks and I can't explain how grateful I felt to be able to do that again. It's funny how we forget that it's the little things in life, it's always the little things. Wherever you are I hope you are safe and well. Talk soon, friends.

A huge round of applause to my dear friend Mallory for these beautiful pictures.

Wearing: Dress - Cupcakes & Cashmere (long gone, but similar), shoes - Saks Fifth Avenue (sold out, but similar), purse - vintage (Similar)

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A few years ago I found what might be my favorite dress. You might remember it from this post. The dress also came in white and yellow. I managed to snag it in white, but was unable to find the yellow in my size until recently. I was scouring my eBay saved searches and this dress showed up in my size for $35 (this dress originally retailed for $138).

The 3 Year Dress

July 7, 2020

A few years ago I found what might be my favorite dress. You might remember it from this post. The dress also came in white and yellow. I managed to snag it in white, but was unable to find the yellow in my size until recently. I was scouring my eBay saved searches and this dress showed up in my size for $35 (this dress originally retailed for $138).
An interesting fact about me is that surprisingly my favorite designer is not Chanel (a close second). It's actually Anna Sui! I've loved Anna's work for a very long time. She's created so many archetypes in her designs ranging from punk to Americana that make her work so multifaceted and interesting. I think that's why I love her work so much. You can dress mod or punk depending on the day when wearing Anna Sui! Also, she's collaborated with so many great brands like Hello Kitty, Barbie (She has her own collector Barbie doll which I still want tbh), Free People, Target, etc. I got this book for my birthday and its probably one of my favorite because it really delves into Anna's designs and archetypes.

Not Your Average Blouse

June 24, 2020

An interesting fact about me is that surprisingly my favorite designer is not Chanel (a close second). It's actually Anna Sui! I've loved Anna's work for a very long time. She's created so many archetypes in her designs ranging from punk to Americana that make her work so multifaceted and interesting. I think that's why I love her work so much. You can dress mod or punk depending on the day when wearing Anna Sui! Also, she's collaborated with so many great brands like Hello Kitty, Barbie (She has her own collector Barbie doll which I still want tbh), Free People, Target, etc. I got this book for my birthday and its probably one of my favorite because it really delves into Anna's designs and archetypes.
When I was a kid I lived in sneakers. I was always running around in one pair or another. As an adult I rarely wear them?! Recently, I found myself on the prowl for a new pair of sneakers for days when I need comfier yet stylish footwear. 

Veja V-10 Review

June 15, 2020

When I was a kid I lived in sneakers. I was always running around in one pair or another. As an adult I rarely wear them?! Recently, I found myself on the prowl for a new pair of sneakers for days when I need comfier yet stylish footwear. 
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