Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Last thoughts of 2014

"New Year, New Me"
This is what everyone seems to say, but people don't realize that you don't have to wait until a new year to change yourself. I never really understood why people made such a big deal out of the new year.
With that being said, what are my new year's resolutions for 2015? Here's some items I cam up with:

  1. Complete the Yelp 100 - 100 Yelp reviews within the next year. This is just something fun I wanted to try, especially since I have pretty strong opinions when it comes to food.
  2. Take more risks - I think this is just a personal life goal. Taking more risks is just a general statement, but there are a lot of things I want to do. Compliment that random stranger. Not be afraid to speak up for myself. Not worry so much about what others thing. Not be afraid to put myself out there. Introduce myself to the girl with the really cool outfit in class. The list goes on...
  3.  30 day squat challenge - I want that booty.
  4.  Be daring - Maybe I'll wear more color or maybe I'll wear buy that giant fur coat from the thrift shop (like Macklemore haha). I want to challenge myself with my style and not just wear what all the other fashion bloggers wear (unless it's something I really like). As fashion photographer Bill Cunningham once said (in regards to fashion) "A lot of people have taste, but they don't have the daring to be creative".
As you can tell this list is quite random and chaotic. I never really made new years resolutions before so let's see what happens.

2015, I'm ready for ya.

Monday, December 29, 2014

Spent my day exploring Oakland and pretending to be a tourist in a city that I grew up in. I wasn't sure what to wear so when I looked through my closet I started grabbing different items I liked and they all just happened to be black. I tend to gravitate towards black because it's easier to match with but that just results in a closet full of dark colored clothing.

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Even during the holidays, I can't help but wear mainly black and white. My friends and I had our annual white elephant holiday party. We were supposed to wear ugly sweaters but I just didn't have the time to make or get one. I just wore one of the  wackiest sweaters I had - which is actually one of my favorite sweaters. I purchased it from Macy's a while ago, it's a black and white striped sweater but the white stripes have fur coming out of it which just adds so much texture to the sweater and my entire outfit when I wear it. I also had on my festive and fuzzy snowman socks - which just look like normal socks peeking out of my boots. So much fun, food, and Polaroids with my friends.