I fell in love with these Cherry Red Docs when I saw them on the possessed girl in the movie The Last Exorcism two years ago. I couldn’t take my eyes off of them during the whole movie, so I went out and bought them a couple of weeks later. Yes, I am heavily influenced by horror films. 😉 These boots always make me feel a little rebellious, so I always add a rocker vibe to my outfit when I wear them; you can never go wrong with leopard print and John Lennon style sunglasses when you’re going for that look! Andres and I also had some fun ideas for some of these photos. I hope you get a “kick” out of them! 😉
What I Wore:
ZARA leopard print silk blazer & blouse; ARMANI EXCHANGE black waxed jeans; DR. MARTENS Cherry Red boots; JEAN PAUL GAULTIER vintage sunglasses via Socialite Auctions; KENNETH JAY LANE tiger ring & panther necklace; EXPRESS tortoise necklace; URBAN OUTFITTERS earrings
There really is no place like home in my red Jeffrey Campbell loafers. Luckily, I didn’t have to click my heels to get home. 😉 My look had kind of a Downtown Prep vibe to it so, I chose Downtown Anaheim as the setting for my shoot. I’ve come to realize that blogging has helped me appreciate my city. I’ve never noticed how beautiful it looks at sunset, like in the last photo, or how some of the buildings resemble the ones in New York. After all, what’s not to love when you live so close to Disneyland? 😉
What I wore:
ZARA striped jacket; khaki shorts purchased at Foreign Exchange; JEFFREY CAMPBELL red pony hair loafers; RAY BAN vintage Caballero sunglasses; COMME DES GARCONS red embossed wallet; vintage gold belt borrowed from my mom; JUICY COUTURE black & ivory stone ring; murano glass red & gold ring
Happy Halloween!! This past weekend, Andres and I went to a friend’s Halloween party and I really wanted to share my costume with you all, so I made sure we took photos before we left. 😉 This year, I decided to honor my Mexican culture and dress up as surrealist painter Frida Kahlo. I had a lot of fun with this costume, especially because I finally had the chance to wear this amazing, hand-embroidered neckpiece I purchased in Merida, Yucatan and my new Zara boots that I’m obsessed with! I also enjoyed braiding flowers in my hair, I might just do it more often! And, of course, the costume wouldn’t have been complete with Frida’s famous unibrow. 😉 So, how do you think I did?
MANGO dress; neckpiece purchased in Merida, Yucatan, MX; ZARA embroidered booties; MANGO ring; earrings and red necklace borrowed from my mom
I’m back with more coverage of Halloween Time at Disneyland! Big Thunder Ranch is a small taste of the Wild Wild West containing live western music, a small petting zoo, and delicious BBQ, which I really enjoyed as you will notice below. 😉 So, for this event, I figured I should add a country feel to my look by braiding my hair, and wearing one of my hats and a tied, print scarf. This year, the ranch hosted the charming Halloween Carnival, which is filled with fun activities. You can see Mickey and his friends in costumes, conjure villains, join in the “Mask-Parade”, and play classic carnival games like Bean Bag Toss which I played with Mickey; I won, by the way. 😉
MANGO blouse; TRUE RELIGION dark green jeans; ALDO sandals; vintage bag I purchased in Paris; GOORIN hat purchased at Urban Outfitters; H&M scarf; PRADA sunglasses; necklace purchased at Kaitlyn boutique
Being the Disney addicts that we are, my boyfriend Andres and I like to spend our Sundays wandering around the Disneyland Resort, exploring what’s new and being goofs of course. 😉 It’s amazing how, even though Disneyland never really changes, every time you go, it’s always a new adventure. This time around we hung out at the classic Disneyland Hotel, which contains lounges, restaurants, and a newly remodeled, tropical pool area. It felt like a boho kind of day, so I opted for my Batik print trousers and these handmade, Mayan calendar sandals that I purchased in Cancun which I’m obsessed with. If only I knew how to decipher the calendar, then I would have the future at my feet! 😉
ZARA trousers, blouse, and jacket; JAMIN PUECH bag; Mayan calendar leather sandals; KENNETH JAY LANE necklace
Welcome to Los Angeles in the 1920’s! Buena Vista Street is the newly remodeled entrance to Disney’s California Adventure, inspired by Walt Disney’s arrival to Los Angeles in 1923 in pursuit of his dream. The street is bustling with life containing shows, jazz musicians, and the friendly “citizens” clothed in colorful, 1920’s attire. I am especially in love with the beautiful, ornate, art deco architecture modeled after historic buildings in Los Angeles. Although I didn’t quite fit in with the local “citizens”, I was excited to finally wear boots. These vaquero-inspired Tory Burch boots are my favorite pair because they go with everything and they’re my favorite color, gold! 😉 So…if you haven’t already, go check out Buena Vista Street, you must not miss Mickey dressed as an adorable News Boy!
ARMANI EXCHANGE fringe poncho, LOFT Ann Taylor snake print blouse, ARMANI EXCHANGE jeans, TORY BURCH gold boots, CC SKYE fringe hobo bag, KENNETH JAY LANE panther necklace, SWAROVSKI pearl ring, MICHAEL KORS runway watch
It’s my favorite time of the year in Disneyland: Halloween Time! The villains have taken over and the park is adorned in Jack-o-Lanterns and harvest leaves. I just can’t resist the amazing 12 foot Mickey Jack-o-Lantern! The best part of all is it’s finally beginning to get cold and dreary, perfect for this time of year! For this occasion, my look was in honor of two of my favorite Disney villains, Maleficent and The Evil Queen. Stay tuned for more coverage of Halloween Time at Disneyland and visit the park before Halloween is over or the villains will make sure you’re sorry! 😉
ZARA blouse, ARMANI EXCHANGE leggings, DOLCE VITA sandals, JAMIN PUECH bag, MICHAEL KORS watch, stone ring purchased in Mexico, murano glass ring