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Mermaid waves, striped cardigan and loafers. You would almost think it's warm outside.

OUTFIT | The Flesh




Mermaid waves, striped cardigan and loafers. You would almost think it's warm outside.

It's hard wearing navy without looking like Blair Waldorf. 

OUTFIT | Framing

It's hard wearing navy without looking like Blair Waldorf. 


This is my first time shooting an outfit in RAW format.

OUTFIT | Raw



This is my first time shooting an outfit in RAW format.

I was so afraid of this...
I'm in love with jeans.

OUTFIT | We Found Each Other in the Dark

I was so afraid of this...
I'm in love with jeans.

With Spring's arrival comes a bit of Spring cleaning.
Spring's weather is vastly different than Winters, and a good transitional cleaning will get you inspired and pumped for the weather!

LIFE | Spring Cleaning


With Spring's arrival comes a bit of Spring cleaning.
Spring's weather is vastly different than Winters, and a good transitional cleaning will get you inspired and pumped for the weather!


I like to say that I'm confident in who I am as a person. I'm still trying to find footing on who I truly am, but for the most part, I know who I am and what I stand for. I have 1000x times the self confidence I had 5 years ago, despite being a lot heavier than I was 5+ years ago. 


Which brings me to this topic: why do we deem worthiness and attractiveness on what number the scale reads?


Fat women are held to a different standard when it comes to beauty. 


As as plus sized individual, I can attest to that statement because, I feel like that if I don't look like I made an effort, that I'm feeding into the social stigma of "fat people are lazy and don't care about themselves", which is such a vast and unfair generalization. I would love make up and clothes even if I was thinner, but I feel like a lot of my infatuation with it came about because I wanted to look good for society. Though I abandoned that caring a long while back, the effects of that kind of problematic thinking are long lasting.

And, though there are standards of beauty and attractiveness for fat women, I also think there is a standard in which we have to reach to even be considered a worthy human being. That shouldn't exist; just because I weigh more than you, doesn't make me any less of a person than you are. So often you see and hear "worthless" strung together with "fat" in the same sentence and it's incredibly disheartening to know that people honestly feel that way.  

How often have you heard, or even said "oh she's cute for a fat girl" or "they'd be hotter if they lost some weight"? It happens all the time and no one truly understands what kind of turmoil that can put someone through.
You don't have to dress up to be a human being, and you don't have to wear make up to be considered an attractive one. You are you, unabashedly. 

Be you.
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LIFE | Standards



I like to say that I'm confident in who I am as a person. I'm still trying to find footing on who I truly am, but for the most part, I know who I am and what I stand for. I have 1000x times the self confidence I had 5 years ago, despite being a lot heavier than I was 5+ years ago. 


Which brings me to this topic: why do we deem worthiness and attractiveness on what number the scale reads?


Fat women are held to a different standard when it comes to beauty. 


As as plus sized individual, I can attest to that statement because, I feel like that if I don't look like I made an effort, that I'm feeding into the social stigma of "fat people are lazy and don't care about themselves", which is such a vast and unfair generalization. I would love make up and clothes even if I was thinner, but I feel like a lot of my infatuation with it came about because I wanted to look good for society. Though I abandoned that caring a long while back, the effects of that kind of problematic thinking are long lasting.

And, though there are standards of beauty and attractiveness for fat women, I also think there is a standard in which we have to reach to even be considered a worthy human being. That shouldn't exist; just because I weigh more than you, doesn't make me any less of a person than you are. So often you see and hear "worthless" strung together with "fat" in the same sentence and it's incredibly disheartening to know that people honestly feel that way.  

How often have you heard, or even said "oh she's cute for a fat girl" or "they'd be hotter if they lost some weight"? It happens all the time and no one truly understands what kind of turmoil that can put someone through.
You don't have to dress up to be a human being, and you don't have to wear make up to be considered an attractive one. You are you, unabashedly. 

Be you.
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I know that Spring is a departure from the Winter, when the color comes back and the frigid temperatures become more comfortable.
But it's still cold. 
There is no way that in the beginning of Spring, you're wearing cheeky shorts and a crop top.
  It's simply too cold. 
Hat--eBay//Sweater--Thrift///Dress--Kohl's//Socks--Steve Madden//Boots--Vinted

Tights can be uncomfortable, which is why I often swap tights for over the knee socks. They're an essential for Spring! I threw a sweater over a grey tiered dress and hiked the socks up with some boots, for a monochrome but still warm Spring outfit.

Dress--Forever 21+//Chambray Shirt--Thrift//Boots--Target


A nice tee dress is perfect for Spring, because it doesn't require any extra layers to look nice. I tired a chambray shirt around my waist in lieu of a belt to add some color to the outfit and threw on some basic ankle boots.

Scarf--Target//Top--Thrift//Jeans--H&M//Oxfords--Vinted

Scarves are the perfect way to keep warm without sacrificing style, which is why I love them so much. I paired a pair of high waist jeans with a cropped sweater with lace peplum, and added a scarf for a bit of colormatching.

Hat--Forever 21//Kimono--Thrift//Top--Thrift//Shorts--Wet Seal//Boots--Target

This lookbook was in dire need of some color, so why not throw in a pale pink for good measure? This kimono is one of my most recent thrifted finds, and I found it to be perfect for the Spring season. I put it atop a lace and elephant short combo for an added layer of interest. 



This is lookbook one of two I'm doing to celebrate the impending Spring season!
Let me know what you think below!
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LOOKBOOK: Spring is Still Pretty Cold

I know that Spring is a departure from the Winter, when the color comes back and the frigid temperatures become more comfortable.
But it's still cold. 
There is no way that in the beginning of Spring, you're wearing cheeky shorts and a crop top.
  It's simply too cold. 
Hat--eBay//Sweater--Thrift///Dress--Kohl's//Socks--Steve Madden//Boots--Vinted

Tights can be uncomfortable, which is why I often swap tights for over the knee socks. They're an essential for Spring! I threw a sweater over a grey tiered dress and hiked the socks up with some boots, for a monochrome but still warm Spring outfit.

Dress--Forever 21+//Chambray Shirt--Thrift//Boots--Target


A nice tee dress is perfect for Spring, because it doesn't require any extra layers to look nice. I tired a chambray shirt around my waist in lieu of a belt to add some color to the outfit and threw on some basic ankle boots.

Scarf--Target//Top--Thrift//Jeans--H&M//Oxfords--Vinted

Scarves are the perfect way to keep warm without sacrificing style, which is why I love them so much. I paired a pair of high waist jeans with a cropped sweater with lace peplum, and added a scarf for a bit of colormatching.

Hat--Forever 21//Kimono--Thrift//Top--Thrift//Shorts--Wet Seal//Boots--Target

This lookbook was in dire need of some color, so why not throw in a pale pink for good measure? This kimono is one of my most recent thrifted finds, and I found it to be perfect for the Spring season. I put it atop a lace and elephant short combo for an added layer of interest. 



This is lookbook one of two I'm doing to celebrate the impending Spring season!
Let me know what you think below!
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OUTFIT | Holy, Knees!



The snow has melted and Spring is rapidly approaching. Spring is the season for pastels, flowers and being able to show off your legs. And, what better way than with some cocktail dresses?

Weddingshe specializes in sexy cocktail dresses, and boy, do they make them well.  These short, sexy dresses are perfect for any glitzy occasion you may have coming up. There’s prom dresses, ball dresses, and, of course, wedding dresses! They have an almost discount cocktail of dresses, and it's so much fun looking through them all.  Try their discount cocktail of dresses for any glamorous occasion. So shed your winter skin, and get yourself into one of these bedazzled dresses.


Check out some of my favorites below!


1 // 2 // 3


I love the array of dresses you can get on Weddingshe. They really do cater towards any occasion. I personally love the beaded bodices of their dresses, and the volume of the skirts. But, Weddingshe also have dresses with simpler silhouettes, so you can wear them all year long.


Follow this link for more goodies: http://www.weddingshe.com/list/Sexy-Cocktail-Dresses-15700/



*I am receiving compensation for this post.

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Show Your Legs Off!

The snow has melted and Spring is rapidly approaching. Spring is the season for pastels, flowers and being able to show off your legs. And, what better way than with some cocktail dresses?

Weddingshe specializes in sexy cocktail dresses, and boy, do they make them well.  These short, sexy dresses are perfect for any glitzy occasion you may have coming up. There’s prom dresses, ball dresses, and, of course, wedding dresses! They have an almost discount cocktail of dresses, and it's so much fun looking through them all.  Try their discount cocktail of dresses for any glamorous occasion. So shed your winter skin, and get yourself into one of these bedazzled dresses.


Check out some of my favorites below!


1 // 2 // 3


I love the array of dresses you can get on Weddingshe. They really do cater towards any occasion. I personally love the beaded bodices of their dresses, and the volume of the skirts. But, Weddingshe also have dresses with simpler silhouettes, so you can wear them all year long.


Follow this link for more goodies: http://www.weddingshe.com/list/Sexy-Cocktail-Dresses-15700/



*I am receiving compensation for this post.

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My boyfriend found this recipe on Buzfeed and begged me to try it out.

HOMEMADE | Breakfast Pizza


My boyfriend found this recipe on Buzfeed and begged me to try it out.
It's sorta spring. Sorta

OUTFIT | Bangkok to Calgary

It's sorta spring. Sorta

LIFE | Tattoos and My Experience





So. Much. Snow.

OUTFIT | Snow & Lace





So. Much. Snow.
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