Wednesday, June 3, 2015


I'm still wearing my Sasquatch wristband as we speak, so I'm clearly not over it yet, more than a week after the festival ended. I just love Sasquatch, you guys. 

But today is not for getting emotional - no - it's for #fashion. Why did I put that # there? I don't even know.

So as much as I planned my outfits, some days just called for little changes. 

Day 1:
I was going to bring my green shorts, but alas - I got my period and was mega bloated, so skinny shorts were not happening. So I brought a different pair of shorts.

Shorts: Hot Topic
Top: Topshop
Flannel: Forever 21
Socks: Topshop
Hat: Hot Topic
Shoes: Doc Martens
Necklace: Earthbound Trading Co.
How cool are these lobster socks, though?
My hair was also en pointe that day.

Day 2: Perhaps my favorite oufit.

Top: H&M
Shorts: Thrifted
Socks: Hot Topic?
Shoes: Doc Martens
Necklace: Earthbound Trading Co.

Top: Forever 21
Bralette: Hot Topic
Skirt: Thrifted
Shoes: Doc Martens
and you know where my necklace was from at this point.
I wish you could see my socks though. They had little Sasquatch guys on them.
I was glad I saved my overalls for day 4, because it was the one day that rained, and got quite cold.

Top: Forever 21
Overalls: Old Navy
Shoes: Converse All-Stars
Flower crown: Hot Topic
All these photos, by the way, were taken by my friend and mini-me, Hannah from Dressed Up Ducks.
And on day 3 we were accidental twins.

Which day was your favorite? Did you see me at the festival? Are you going to any music festivals this summer and WHO ARE YOU MOST EXCITED TO SEE? Tell me all the things. Please! I just don't want any of this to go away and I want festivals to be an all-the-time thing.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Sasquatch Festival Lookbook

It's Sasquatch week, my friends. That magical time of year when I get no sleep and take way too many photos. Also I get to plan my outfits for the weekend. Weeeeee!

I've got a few ideas below, and obviously if the weather decides to be an asshole I'll make some adjustments.

Outfit 1
 Gotta rock my florals, and my Chucks. Why not rock them all in one?
Top: Forever 21
Bralette: Hot Topic
Skirt: Thrifted
Flower crown: Hot Topic

Outfit 2
Top: H&M
Shorts: Thrifted
Shoes: Doc Martens
Hat: H&M
Socks: Hot Topic
Lipstick: ColourPop Button
I'll most likely be wearing my Ray Bans every day, since they're the only prescription sunglasses I have. I might wear an arm chain too, because that's a thing.

Outfit 3
Top: Forever 21
Overalls: Old Navy
Sandals: Salt Water
Blush: Besame Apricot Rouge
Lipstick: Sephora Peach Tart
Yes this screams 3rd grade in 1998, and I love it.

Outfit 4
Plaid top: Forever 21
Crop top: Topshop
Shorts: Thrifted
Belt: Thrifted
Necklace: Gift
Socks: Topshop

Lobster socks. Yep.

So are you going to Sasquatch? What are you wearing? Are you bringing sunscreen? BRING SUNSCREEN.

Monday, March 30, 2015

I Freaking Made Ramen

That's right kids. Well, what I like to call poor man's ramen, because I'm pretty broke most of the time as of late. 

Basically I realized one day that I haven't really eaten many vegetables since I moved into my house, and I needed to change up the pb&j, burritos, and spaghetti routines I've had. But if you're wondering, all those were homemade too, so I'm not that bad.

Here's what I used for the broth. 
+ Store-bought chicken broth, because ain't nobody got time to make fresh broth that will pale in comparison to the carton stuff.
+ Teriyaki marinade (you can obviously use soy sauce, but I apparently didn't have any)
+ Ginger paste

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The Quest for the Perfect Contour

I've been in search of a perfect contour color. For quite awhile now. My beloved Dainty Doll Money Talks blush broke a few months ago and ever since then I've been trying to find a dupe for that perfect pinky-taupe shade, but to no avail. But since then, I've been using a few different bronzers and blushes as a replacement for it until I find the holy grail. I thought since contouring is all the fucking rage these days, I'd share my favorite products that I use for contouring this pale face.
Left to right: Benefit Dallas Blush, Bobbi Brown Natural Bronzer, NARS Douceur Blush
Now I'm probably going to get a lot of people commenting on here like I have in previous videos - "try Hoola bronzer! It works great!" Not for everyone my friends. I've swatched Hoola, and damn that shit looks yellow on my skin. Dallas is darker, and definitely reads as a bronzer on my skin, but it has way more pink and plum in it for it to be still flattering on my skin tone. Anything too yellow on my skin just ends up looking dirty, and that's how Hoola looks on me. Dallas, on the other hand, has a natural satin finish and while it's not the perfect contour shade, it's a pretty decent bronzer for me.
Here is another bronzer that I thought would work like a contour on me - well I was wrong again! I will wear this in the summer as a contour, since I do have a little bit of sun. And I saw little liberally. I stay pale. I ain't about that fake tan life, or that melanoma life. Bobbi Brown's Natural Bronzer is a great bronzer for a couple of reasons. 1. It's matte, but not chalky. 2. It's super blend-able. But it is quite pigmented, so you either need a very light hand or a wispy brush. It's easy to overdo this thing with a densely packed brush.
Now to one of my favorite blushes in my collection - NARS Douceur. This thing has been in my collection since I basically started buying high-end makeup. It's the second NARS blush I ever bought, after Deep Throat, and it's always a fail safe. It looks natural on my skin as a blush, or a contour. Though it does read a bit pink as a contour if I am on the pale side. But out of the three, it does look the most natural on my skin in the hollows of my cheeks. It's another matte product, so it doesn't have any shimmer, which is good if you're going for a natural look.
These all look weirdly alike in this lighting. Not sure why.
Left to right: Benefit Dallas, BB Natural Bronzer, NARS Douceur.What are your favorite contour and bronzers? And what is your skin tone? I've been on the hunt for a perfectly taupe/grey/rose/brown shade for my cheekbones that isn't discontinued *coughMACSTRADANYXTAUPEILLAMASQUAPRIMALcough*

Seriously why are all the good contour colors for cool-toned gals discontinued? AHHHH.

Let me know in the comments below!

Monday, March 2, 2015


Here's another edition of my Instagram month in review!
Some shows, puppies, babies, and lots of selfies. As you can see, I got a haircut, so I've been rocking the selfies ever since the hair change. 

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Cat Fancy

It's still February, but it's been feeling like Spring in Seattle. Guess what that means? Shorts! Well, it's not quite warm enough for shorts alone, so these sheer mock thigh-high kitty tights will have to do for now. 
Also hello haircut!
I found this sweater at H&M the other day, and I can't help by think of Liv Tyler in Empire Records.
Can we appreciate the cute little cat tails on the back of the tights?
My sister managed to get a smile out of me while taking these photos.
Sweater: H&M  //  Shorts: DIY  //  Tights: Hot Topic // Boots: Thrifted  //  Necklace: Gift 

I dunno, I was just feeling the Spring mood today. And I've never been one to rock the baby blue, but I guess it works on me!
Today's post title comes to you courtesy of local band Tacocat. It's a ridiculous song that's literally about the magazine Cat Fancy. Because why not?

Are you feeling the Spring vibes lately? Or is it still freezing where you are?

Friday, February 20, 2015


If you haven't gotten sick of my posts about Lush haircare, then you're in luck - because we came out with new shampoo bars! So excited!
Look at these beauties! But these aren't the only new ones we have - there are 5 brand new shampoo bars in stores now! Copperhead, Honey I Washed My Hair, Montalbano, Brazilliant, and Lullaby are the new babies on the shelves.
I'm excited to try all of them, but the ones I picked up the other day are Brazilliant and Lullaby.
Brazilliant smells as bright as it looks. There are whole fresh organic oranges in the formula, as well as this funky oil from the Brazillian rainforest called andiroba for conditioning and strengthening. It's a citrus shampoo for people with dry hair. HELLO LOVELY!

I washed my hair with it the other night and I absolutely loved it. My hair was so shiny and light without being dry at all.
The next bar, which I have yet to try is Lullaby, an oat milk, lavender, and jojoba oil shampoo bar for the most sensitive of scalps. If you've ever tried Ibiza Party liquid shampoo, this bar includes so many of the same ingredients - so if you love Ibiza Party you'll love Lullaby.

Once I pick up the other shampoo bars, I'll definitely be back with an update. Which ones are you excited to try? Are you like me and want to try ALL OF THEM? If you're curious about which one is best for your hair type, leave a comment!