Took a risk and played on the train tracks this time >_< I was super nervous but thankfully nothing happened. We got some cool shots in front of bright graffiti colors which complimented the outfit nicely. I wore a high low above the knee jersey skirt by Obey and a crop t shirt from H&M with my classic white Converse. I accessorized it minimally with librarian inspired sunglasses from and a heart ring, both from H&M.

Enjoy xoxo


Lady in lace

I realized I needed to spice things up so I recently bought this cute and sexy long lace skirt from Fashion Q. I bought my shoes from Forever 21 last Spring, believe it or not and the crop top is from Nordstrom. I’m constantly incorporating new and old items to my outfits and often interchanging them to make different funky ones. I decided to go all black and add the bronze necklace to make it pop. This outfit is not too showy and not too conservative, a little bit of both goes a long way. Let me know what you think!!









Pac Town






There’s a dog in my pictures!! He belongs to my friend, Richard Olea, who was actually the one behind the camera.  I decided to stay local and shoot in Pacoima since I feel there is so much to do out there. We went to the new bike path and took “Bane” for a walk, although as the pictures show he may have taken me for a walk =D I’m wearing a light sweater from H&M, a locket necklace, Super Skinny Super Low jeans from H&M, and Jessica Simpson mules. This outfit can also be worn night and day with a simple change of lipsticks.

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Casually Cute

My big thing is comfort and I put together a fun casual outfit that works for a day/night out on the town. I wore a white vintage cable knit sweater by Debra C Beverly Hills, a pair of skinny stretch boyfriend jeans from H&M and suede booties by Guess. I love this look because its simple yet delicate and sophisticated all at the same time. I wore a silver hamsa hand necklace to protect myself from the “evil eye” =), my rose gold Michael Kors watch, and a tan leather purse that was gifted to me from Israel. I love this look hope you do too!!





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Flashback Friday

We shot this outfit on the famous 6th St. bridge in the Arts District.  Its a night outfit that makes a statement and stands out, which can be hard especially with the beautiful landscape.  My shirt, is a hand me down from my mom actually, I remember her wearing it when I was a little girl. I paired it with H&M high waisted shorts, over the knee black socks, and Jeffrey Campbells.  I let my hair run wild, I used “Shea Moisture” Curl enhancing smoothie along with “Organix” hydrate + defrizz kukui oil spray. I love the colors the shirt brings out, its a perfect Spring outfit.  It has a balance of both sexy and sweet, not too much showing all at once.  Hope you like it as much as I do!!!






Tokyo Beats

I went out to roam the streets of the LA Arts District for my first official photo shoot that I’m so excited to share with you.  The Arts District was definitely my first pick to shoot, I love the whole vibe there not to mention the fact that its filled with music, the arts, and great eateries and venues.  My outfit was inspired by a fun, chic, urban gal on the go.  I like to make comfort and fashion be my ultimate goal in my outfits.  I bought everything except for the turban and purse from Forever 21, the turban which is a long scarf like garment from American Apparel called “The Sash”. I tied it up and voila, a turban. The black leopard purse is my moms hand me down, its vintage!  I hope you enjoy it!!!

















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Happy New Year friends its been a minute since I’ve posted. So glad to be back!! I have discovered so much while I’ve been away and have been fully captivated by family and friends this holiday season.  I believe we spend so much time wrapped up in the hoopla of it all that we forget whats really going on. The holiday season really brings your loved ones together and if you don’t take advantage of it then everything goes back to normal. You quickly go back to the day to day life where you rarely get to see your loved ones and you go through that time period when your trying to fit friends into your crazy schedule.

During these times I reflected on how tough I’ve become, not allowing emotions or feelings to resonate in my body but instead I would put them aside as if I didn’t have time to deal and process them.  I’ve realized that I’ve become this stone of a person where really nothing affected. I learned that my life had taught me these coping mechanisms to deal with my life struggles that I was exposed to at a young age. At this point there is no reason for me to dwell over what has already been done but now its time for me to heal and finally process all these feelings that have made me become this tough girl. I am happy that 2014 was there to show me how much I have to accept my feelings in order to shed them and be able to grow from them and really and truly move on. I am ready to release my hardships, process, mend, and most importantly love and love fully. Thankfully I am well on my cleansing and self-discovery journey and I am glad to welcome 2015 with open arms.


My beautiful nephew and niece
My beautiful nephew and niece
My sister and her kiddos.
My sister and her kiddos.
Funky Sole @ Echoplex with my friend Judy.
Funky Sole @ Echoplex with my friend Judy.
With my step niece Lisette.
With my step niece Lisette.
Selfie with my nephew.
Selfie with my nephew.
My mom and my sister.
My mom and my sister.
My family consists of women except for my nephew =)
My family consists of women except for my nephew =)