With the weather getting increasingly cooler, it's time to pull out the neutral pieces to the forefront of our wardrobes. Different shades of browns, grays and berries might be what most of our closets seem to look like, with a giant hint of black! As much as I love neutrals, especially my black pieces, I would still rather keep things somewhat bright and cheery. Obviously, I can't let go of my Summer wardrobe just yet! The best base color, next to black for me is navy. Navy is one of those colors that seems to get forgotten, but I want to make every use of it!
|Illustrated by Jacqueline Davis Moranti|
You ever wake up, pass your full length mirror and surprise yourself by what you see? I don't mean a big pimple or an unexpected scar but an elated revelation. In a world where taking self- portraits with our smart phones is instantaneous and prominent, it's quite easy to get lost in the world of narcissistic joy... or harmless trend? However you see it, I am actually quite intimidated by the thought of it! It isn't that I'm doubtful about my appearance, it's the realization that once something is posted online, it is out there for public elation.
It's always an honor to be featured in Independent Fashion Blogger's weekly link roundups. I appreciate it even more because it's one of my more personal articles that was selected, included with some really great links. This week it's all about diving head first into the Fall season!
You may have already seen and heard about my collaboration with Casetify, if not then what are you waiting for?! I have a collection of original artwork to be printed on cases for your phone or tablet... iPhones, Androids, HTCs, iPads and even a Blackberry! I recently received one of my custom cases, it's much better than I expected it to be!
If you're close enough to know me, then you may know that I'm a Latina. With so much going on in the world right, it's nice to know that there is a month dedicated to the people of the Spanish- speaking kind. From September 15th to October 15th, hispanics in the USA rejoice and observe in celebration of what makes us proud to be a part of such a wonderful community.