fashion bloggers handbag

Have you ever wondered what’s in a fashion bloggers handbag? Are they organized by compartments or full of copious amounts of receipts and junk? A purse is like a second home that carries your everyday essentials in a trendy way. I personally, prefer smaller bags as I am a small person. Whether your bag is a mini or a large, it is your best friend! Check out what I carry in my handbag every day! Saint Laurent Medium Kate Embossed Lizard Shoulder Bag – $2,450 The medium Kate bag is one of Saint Laurent’s most popular bag silhouettes. My Kate bag is metallic silver embossedRead More →

One of the many benefits of living in California is the access we have to see so many beautiful places this state has to offer. No matter where in CA you live, you’re able to get a change of scenery with a simple drive or a quick plane ride within the state. This past weekend I was invited by a girlfriend to join her for a concert she was attending in Berkeley. We decided to take a road trip and spend three days in San Francisco. This was my first time taking the drive and I was preparing myself for a long, long commute upRead More →

New York Fashion Week

An outfit is not complete until you have added the perfect accessory to give it the final touch. On the runway at New York Fashion Week the trends this year included berets, knee high boots, wide waist belts, mismatched earrings, bracelet handbags, and brooches. These trends aspire to make a bold statement when paired with any outfit. They are not meant to be conspicuous, but stand out whether paired with busy or simple ensembles. Oooh, la, la… a little taste of Paris is in this season. A beret is the perfect accessory to turn a bad hair day around.  Add a beret to make any outfitRead More →

Stonewall Kitchen

Thinking of entertaining this fall season? Maybe you’re hosting a football game, or in charge of bringing a dish to a friend’s dinner party. Maybe you just want a delicious recipe to make for movie night by the fire with your family. Look no further. These 10 delectable recipes from Stonewall Kitchen’s blog will be sure to make your dish a hit and have everyone asking for seconds. From now until September 17th enter YOUROCK at checkout to save 20% on your entire order. Nachos Grande Raspberry Brie Grilled Cheese Sandwich French Onion Soup Cheddar Herb Biscuits with Smoked Turkey & Cranberry Hot Spinach & ArtichokeRead More →

Free Museum Day: Pacific Standard Time LA/LA

Tired of having to spend money in order to have fun? Yeah, same here! But lucky for us, Free Museum Day: Pacific Standard LA/LA is right around the corner and what’s better than free art? The launch of the Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA event is upon us.  Pacific Standard is an art exhibition dedicated to showcasing Latin American and Latino culture. The festivities will commence September 14th with a block party at Grand Park. Various mediums will be exhibited to help communicate the importance of diversity, and emphasize the rich Latin American culture that aided in molding Southern California. The event is free and thereRead More →

Fashion Designer

“I’m a fashion designer and people think, what do I know.” –Vivienne Westwood Where It All Began When I was younger I always aspired to be a fashion designer and work in a design house in a big city. I dreamed of running around in heels with a latte in my hand.  My journey in fashion began when I enrolled at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM). I graduated with an Associates of Arts in Merchandise Product Development and Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management at the Los Angeles location. My major at FIDM was one of the most well rounded, therefore, IRead More →

casey horst

Casey Horst is a 22-year-old senior at UC Riverside studying creative writing. She hopes to take her experiences and work as a screenwriter in Hollywood. Growing up with a mother for a hairstylist made Casey’s interest grow in the world of beauty. As she got older, Casey’s favorite pastime on the weekends was going to the mall with her friends and expanding her closet to refine her different “looks.” She grew to love the industries that combined creativity and imagination into feats of entertainment, beauty, and fashion and had dreams of becoming a part of it. Casey attended community college and graduated with her AARead More →

Easy and Healthy Fall Recipes

Here are 30 easy and healthy fall recipes to make this season. We know everyone’s eating habits are different, so we’ve included of variety of options for food lovers of all kinds. From vegan to vegetarian and from meat lovers to kid-friendly. It’s all here. When you’re done drooling at how good these all look comment below and tell us which one you’re most excited to try. If you have any bomb-ass recipes you’d like to share, paste the link below. Enjoy! Roasted Sweet Potatoes Stuffed with Quinoa and Spinach Source: Green Valley Kitchen Vegan Spinach Artichoke Quesadillas Source: This Savory Vegan Chia, Acai and StrawberryRead More →

The Deuce

I had been waiting for The Deuce to premiere for what seemed like eternity. Having a love for New York City and being obsessed with the 1970s, as soon as I saw the trailer this past winter, I couldn’t wait. But first, let’s take a look at how New York City looked back then… Times Square in The 1970’s Image via Image via Recreating The Disco Era The Deuce is written by David Simon (The Wire, The Corner), so you know it’s going to be gritty and intense. The show centers around the disco era of Times Square when the sex industry and drugs ranRead More →

yoga on the beach

Discovering Yoga My first time trying yoga was a couple years ago. I was in search for a new workout and had heard great reviews from friends. I learned quickly why so many people love this exercise. Leaving my first class I felt amazing physically and mentally. It was easy to see why so many swear by doing yoga to better themselves. Since then I try my best to fit in a yoga class every so often. I’ve never gotten to a point of doing anything too advanced, though there has been some improvement in my flexibility. My main reason for continuing a yoga practiceRead More →