So for all of those wondering how I customized my leather jacket I wore for New York Fashion week, I am sharing a simple DIY for you. I did this in two days, and it wasn’t that hard as long as you have a design in your mind that you want to do. Figuring out my design was the hardest part. I couldn’t decide if I was going to paint my jacket or stud it. Well I when I went to Joann to find the material, my design went out the window when I saw this beautiful sequins pattern. From there it just came to me, and the constructing it itself wasn’t difficult. I was inspired to do a Frida Kahlo Day of the Dead design on the back because she was one of the most influential female artist, and to this day even after her death continues to inspire many young artist like myself. I knew I wanted to have an original piece to wear when I went to NYFW, and this was an easy customize leather jacket DIY that helped me stand out in the crowd. You can see the full outfit here! Check out my DIY below.
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Hope you are having a great week. Let’s just first preface by saying I am not usually a morning person. I am a hot mess mama usually running 5 to 10 minutes late to everything. But I decided I needed to make a change, because it was becoming stressful rushing to everything and not having my thoughts together before I started my day. So I am sharing some tips that have helped me have a positive start to my day. Today I teamed up with Tom’s of Maine to share 5 morning habits to start your morning right.
Can you believe it we are already half way through the month! I am so excited for all the fun Fall activities we are having this month. But I am even more excited to be sharing it with my little man. I love this stage we are in. I told my husband for the first time in I finally feel like I have this motherhood thing down and it feels so good. I am not one of those people where motherhood came easily. I was never fond of the newborn stage, but this stage has to be my favorite. It is a new adventure with my little man. I love watching him learn, and talk, and show me things from his perspective. I love his energy, his joyful spirit, and his sweet love for his momma. It honestly makes my day when he gives me all those sweet kisses and hugs, and tells me “Momma thank you so much,” for the little things like getting him a cookie or taking him to the pumpkin patch. He melts my heart every day, and I am so thankful to be his momma. There truly is something special about being a boy mom, and I wouldn’t want it any other way. Today I am sharing our fall checklist and the things we look forward to doing this month.
Last weekend my husband and I enjoyed a wonderful date night together thanks to my wonderful mother in law for watching Jayden for the night. Since my husband works two weeks straight and at night, I hardly get one on one time with him. One thing I value is our date nights we have together, and since we co-sleep it is one night we have to ourselves and when Jayden has a sleep over with his grandparents. Today I am sharing why date nights are important to me and this slip dress I wore to our date night. Plus some of my favorite slip dresses under $50.
I am so excited to share my New York Fashion Week Travel Guide for Bloggers on a budget. I was very fortunate to be able to work with some amazing brands that for five days, including flight, outfits, photography, hotel, food, transportation, I was able to do everything for under $1000. As a mom and business owner I wanted to make sure it made sense for my business as well as stayed in my budget. Today I am sharing all my tips and tricks with you and how I was able to have an amazing first New York Fashion Week for bloggers on a budget.
Today I am sharing the last day of my New York Fashion Week recap. I can’t believe it’s almost been a month since I was there. It still all seems so surreal to me, but I just finished my video recap (you can watch here) and it was in fact very much REAL, and one of the best experiences of my life. Today I’m going to share my last day at NYFW and the perfect fall outfit I took at the Flatiron and running around the city.
Today I wanted take a break from my NYFW recap to spread awareness to something important happening this month. I am not only sharing with you this adorable pink top but why I am more than just pink. This month is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and as a mom and as a women this is one disease we have to make sure we check ourself regularly for. Every year over 240,000 people are diagnosed with breast cancer. 99% diagnosed are women, and it is said 12% of women in this world will be diagnosed with breast cancer. If you are in the Houston area and would like to be part of raising money and awareness below I have listed 6 Things You can Do for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Hey guys, today I am sharing one of my favorite photoshoots at New York Fashion week with this beautiful cut out chiffon dress on top of the Rock. I am picking up from my last post to share one of my favorite days in New York City. The day where I got to be a tourist and check off so many things off of my NYC traveler bucket list including being on top of the Rock and getting this gorgeous view of the Empire State building! Read more below! Continue reading
Happy Monday! I have three more post including this one to wrap up my first New York Fashion week experience. Thank ya’ll so much for following along with me. It’s been such a fun experience, and writing these post I know not only will help me share it with you, but it will also help me remember when I am eighty years old and telling my stories of my fashionista blogging days to my future grand children. After my recap I will be sharing tips and a travel guide as well so if you have any questions until then feel free to comment below! Today I am sharing more the details of day four, brunch with Vogue, and this Sex and the City inspired look, and why we should all be feminist.