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    Blogging 101, Fashion

    Top 5 Questions About New York Fashion Week

    NYFW 2018, New York FASHION WEEK, STREET STYLE, LPA, YELLOW JUMPSUIT

    Hey everyone!

    Hope ya’ll had a great weekend! Today I am sharing my first New York Fashion Week post. I will be doing a full recap later of my time at NYFW. But today I am answering your top 5 questions about New York Fashion Week as well as my first look for my first day of NYFW!  I’m changing it up this year as I asked ya’ll what you would like to know on Instagram. With this being my second year, I remember what it was like being a newbie to the scene. And it can be a little intimidating. But I’ve learned a lot over the year, and hopefully this post will inspire you to go after your dream of going to NYFW. Check out more below!

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    Family, Fitness

    5 Reasons You Should Try Something New – Be Fearless

    skateboard, toddler fashion, toddler boy style, urban toddler boy fashion, fitness fashion, Lorna Jane Activewear, leopard tights, mommy and me style, mommy and me fashion, #boymom, #houstonblogger, street style, fearless, comfort zone, face your fears

    Happy Monday everyone! Hope you had a great weekend! Today I wanted to talk about getting out of our comfort zone and five reasons why you should try something new. A couple of weeks ago I took my son to park which happened to have a little skate park too. He found an abandoned skateboard and started to learn how to use it. I remember just sitting there watching him and being so proud of him for not being afraid to try something new. He wasn’t afraid of falling or letting any of his fears get in his way of learning something new. I honestly believe sometimes it takes looking life through a child’s eyes, to make you face your fear of the unknown and of failure. Here are five reasons you should try something new.

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    Fashion

    NYFW Day 4 PT 1 – We Should all Be Feminist

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    Hey guys!

    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.

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    NYFW September 2017 Day 1 – Pink Lace Romper

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    Hey everyone, hope you had a great weekend! Today I am officially starting my day-to-day breakdown of my first New York Fashion week experience. I was there for five days, and I learned so much while I was there. I know ya’ll have tons of questions, so for this next month not only will I be breaking down the days, but I will also have a YouTube video with a NYFW travel guide, as well as tips on how I got invited, and how to work with brands. But without further ado, here is the first day recap of NYFW and my edgy rocker inspired first outfit featuring this pink lace romper I wore to the shows.

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    Off the Shoulder Street Style

    Off the Shoulder Street Style

    This past week was a challenging time for me and my husband as parents. Our little guy got his first ear infection and gave us a scare when his fever was over 104 degrees! We rushed to the ER only to find out it was a common thing for children his age, and not as life threatening matter as we had feared. Apparently we weren’t giving Jayden the right dosage of Tylenol to break his fever, and were only giving half of the recommended dosage. I think one of the most frustrating things about being a first time parent is learning what and what not to freak out over, and even more stressful when both parents don’t agree. Continue reading