May 15, 2015

Feeling Dressy

What I'm Wearing
Top: Madison and Sixth
Bottoms: Forever 21
Shoes: Cotton On
Necklace Uncoded Era
Bag: Pink Basis
Glasses: Polette

May 6, 2015

Currently Loving: Celestial Shine Magazine

Celestial Shine Magazine is a magazine for Young Women full of modest fashion trends, inspiring stories from young women, hair tutorials, and more! The March issue was all about Prom-- from modest Prom dresses to the perfect Prom hair look! The April/May issue talks about Provo Fashion Week and has an inspiring story from Lexi Hansen "The Miracle Girl". 

Emily Punjack, a lover of fashion, is the creator of this magazine. Her goal is to encourage Young Women to be in the world but not of the world, to strengthen testimonies in the Savior Jesus Christ, to provide fashion, beauty, makeup and dating advice that is modest and aligns with the standards of the Chruch. I'd say that she is doing a pretty good job at it ;)

For the past few months I've been able to shoot for Celestial Shine Magazine. Emily sent me a copy of the last two issues and I have enjoyed reading it! First, it was just cool to see my photos in a magazine! Second, I love the inspirational stories that are shared.

Don't miss out on the next issue

Subscribe for only $5.99 HERE

May 5, 2015


I'm always on a lookout for cute and affordable watches. When Wristology contacted me, I checked out their site and fell in love with their watches! From Gold to Rose Gold to Turtle Shell to Leather, Wristology has a variety of styles and colors!

From watches that steal the spotlight to the classic and simple looks, Wristology has them all!

Mother's Day is coming up so what better gift to give her than a beautiful (inexpensive) watch??

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May 4, 2015

Same Chic Different Day

What I'm Wearing
Top: Uncoded Era
Necklace: Uncoded Era
Skirt: Pink Basis
Shoes: DEB

Bike Rides and Goodbyes

Today's post will cover my last day and a half in Washington. Saturday, we were invited by our friend Jared on a bike ride with the youth in the ward. To be honest, I was expecting an easy 3 miles ride with a few hills but when we got there we were told that we would be biking through a 3 mile tunnel and after that we would bike for another 23 miles. The good thing was that the tunnel was actually really fun (but cold) and the 23 miles after that was super easy with literally only one little hill. 

It took us about four hours (including stops) and we ended up at this really cool lake. 
The bike ride was probably my favorite thing in this entire trip. This trip was much needed and I'm so glad I was able to go. I grew closer with my roommate and made new friends on this trip.

Sunday morning was a little crazy. Someone (not naming any names) locked the car keys in the trunk so we called Triple A so they can open the door for us and by the time we got to Church, they almost finished their first hour. Saying our goodbyes were hard. You will probably think, "you've only known them for 2 weeks" but you don't understand how awesome these people are. I've grown to know them and love them in these past two weeks. So many memories have been made during this trip and I hope to create more in the future.

May 1, 2015

Woodland Zoo

We went to the zoo today. It was warm and fun. That is all.

What I Wore
Coat: Sheinside
Top: Love Culture
Pants: Cotton On
Shoes: Forever 21

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