The month of May had a great start with the Derby and an amazing finish with Memorial Day Weekend. I’m still learning the intricacies of the fickle beast that is Instagram, but I feel like I’m slowly getting a handle on it. I have also been working on improving the quality of the photos I…… Continue reading May Instagram Recap: What a Month!
Evan Picone High Waisted Flare Skirt Talbots Banker’s Shirt Vintage Wicker Bag Chanel Red Lipstick Nine West Red Latice and Lace Shoes To Them We Owe Happened today, and in the past; Sacrifice made, for ours to last. Wives to widows, families torn; Gave their lives, for them we mourn. Gone forever, souls are lost;…… Continue reading Memorial Day Red, White & Blue’s
Churches were one of my favorite places to visit while in Italy. Because of their history and age, some of the artwork and architecture found in these churches were absolutely exquisite. One of the most memorable churches for me was the church of San Cristoforo in Naviglio. Possibly because it was the one I passed…… Continue reading Take Me To Church: Calliope & Zero UV
I have decided I love prints. The great thing about prints is that they are suitable for any age or season and can be styled casually or formal.
Let me put it this way, if I have seen you in real life an am unable to recognize a photo of you online, you’re doing it wrong! The idea of an editing app is 1.) To perfect upon your natural beauty or 2.) To virtually try out makeup/hair ideas before doing them in real life. Here are a few of my favorite apps that are ideal for doing just that!
Such a perfect location to celebrate the coming of spring! Fall and Spring are my two favorite seasons, because they are a shift in the world that is plainly visible to the naked eye. It’s so fascinating to watch a place such as this transform. Strolling quietly through a place that is in a state…… Continue reading Catholic School Meets Mrs. Smith
In Phoenix we have two seasons, summer and winter. By winter I mean it gets down into the forties. Considering water freezes at 60 degrees in Arizona, that’s pretty dang cold for us Phoenicians! Believe it or not ‘winter’ is actually our ‘summer’, because in August it’s 120 degrees and not even the lizards want to be outside then. The shift between the two seasons is usually not gradual either, especially the onset of summer…