Blue. Black. Cognac.

This outfit was birthed because I had to think form, function and style.  Yesterday, I went to my cousin’s graduation, for which this look was perfect.  The school she graduated from required a 4-hour drive, so comfort played a big part.  I chose to wear these mules because I knew that I would be able to walk in them … More Blue. Black. Cognac.

The Fit, Fit

I’ve had this sports bra from Gap since last summer.  I would’ve never thought that I’d find a pair of  leggings that would match so well.  As you know, I love cute athletic wear.  I felt great in this get up and I finally was able to wear a cute sports bra to workout in with … More The Fit, Fit

Camo City

Camo is so cool, and, as a matter a fact, I’m on the hunt for some baggy camo pants.  Anyway, when I saw Janelle Estep camo nails, I thought it would be cool to do them.  The only thing I did differently was that I decided to do them in blue.  How cute are these? Items Needed: Top Coat … More Camo City


I wore this to my grandfather’s service.  I already knew that I didn’t want to wear all black because the point of the service was to celebrate his life and wearing all black to his home going didn’t depict a celebratory occasion to me.  I ended up wearing this awesome textured dress.  All of us (his family) wore blue to … More Home

Plaid Part II

Last week, I promised that I would do another plaid tutorial.  In the midst of the week, one of my nails broke (Insert crying emoji here) and so I had to cut all of them down because I’m anal and all of them have to look the same.  Even though I really miss my long nails, … More Plaid Part II

Out of the Blue

I love monochromatic looks.  You instantly look stylish by wearing only one color.  It really doesn’t take much thought at all.  What makes this one of my favorite looks is that I’m wearing my favorite color.  I can’t get enough of this cobalt blue; it gives me so much life. Top – Macy’s (Same Here), Pants … More Out of the Blue


I’ve seen multiple nail artists do these shattered-looking nails.  At first glance, it didn’t seem hard to do, and since I’ve tried it for myself, I can say it wasn’t.  It is however a bit time consuming, especially if you plan to do all of your nails with this design, but I love how they turned out. … More Shattered


I wanted to do something a little more abstract.  When I’m painting something abstract on canvas, I don’t really have an idea of how I want it to look; I just let the Holy Spirit create through me.  The same thing applied to these nails.  With the nails being my canvas, I just picked out … More Freestyling