Hey everyone! It’s officially spring!! I’m so freaking excited. I love warm weather. Here are some spring looks to take this year! Let’s get started! 🌸🌺


Shirt: Forever 21

Jeans: American Eagle outfitters

Shoes: Lulu’s

Bralette: Kohl’s


Shirt: thrifted

Skirt: Forever21

Boots: Forever 21


Pants, dress, turtle neck, backpack: Forever 21

Shoes: Target


Dress: Forever 21

Shoes: Burlington

Purse: Romwe

Hair clip: Amazon


Shirt: Heartman Clothing

Pants: Marshall’s

Shoes: Burlington


Pants: Forever 21

Shirt: forever 21

Shoes: Superga


Shirt: Target

Shorts: Forever 21

Shoes: Target

Purse: Romwe

Sunglasses & belt: Amazon

TRU in Sterling Heights, Michigan

Hey everyone! I’m in Sterling Heights, Michigan for the weekend and I wanted to show everyone the hotel we stayed in! For 3 days and 2 nights we paid a total of $225 for 1 room with 2 queen beds.

The lobby is seriously my FAVORITE! It’s modern yet retro! It has a lot of fun colors with some very cool seating areas! They have a pool table and some board games you can play! They also have some complementary breakfast, coffee, and tea, but no room service.

Don’t be fooled by the swimming pool. It’s honestly way smaller than it looks. It’s still super nice! Tallest height is only 5’5.

They have a small gym as well. It’s not too bad. They have everything you need in a small gym!

The room is quiet small. We had 2 queen beds and a bathroom. They have different soap & lotion dispensers that I have never seen before! They’re super unique though! Rooms are very clean and modern! The room does have a connecting door to the next room. Don’t worry, they have locks on them! The room also includes a mini fridge and a nice sized tv. Microwave is located in the lobby area.

Overall, I give this hotel a 4/5. It’s a super modern and a kid friendly hotel with a great location downtown!

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1 dress, 10 ways!

Hey everyone! Got nothing to wear? Here’s how to style 1 dress in 10 ways! The dress I will be using today is from forever 21. I love the idea of styling a dress in different ways.

1. Starting off we had to leave the dress by itself. I decided to add a very thin belt to pretty much every single outfit because it gives it a little bit more dimension instead of just being a simple shift dress. I added some chunky Supergas with some hoops.

2. This outfit is probably one of my favorites only because it looks very well put together. It’s not too casual, but not too professional. This is also great to wear if you’re still in school so you don’t get dress coded. The turtleneck, black pants, and backpack are all from forever 21. The shoes are from Target.

4. This is a very simple casual outfit. I added the shorts that I actually got from Rome’s.com. They are surprisingly super good quality and I love the length of these. My shoes are from Target. I look like I’m going to the farmers market or something. Lol.

5. Again, another very simple casual outfit. The skirt is from forever 21 and I just tucked in my dress and added some brown heels from Target.

6. Moving onto this outfit, here is another one of my favorites. This is something you could wear to school as well. The turtle neck is from Tillys, belt is from Amazon, and the shoes are from lulus.

7. For this outfit I just decided to add a very simple thin jacket on top of the dress along with some shoes from target. This is a very cute romantic look if you’re going to go on a little date with someone or a summer night out.

8. At this point I don’t even know what I’m doing anymore. I feel like I’m so bad at pairing things with each other, but just go with this outfit. lol. I added this little black blouse on top of this dress. I decided not to match any belt with this because I felt like tying the shirt up will give it a little bit more dimension. I don’t think it’s too bad, not everyone’s cup of tea, you know?

9. One of the most basic outfits ever. I just decided to tuck the dress into the jeans and added some black sandals. I look like I’m going to the farmers market still even though it’s not even open.

9. For this outfit, I just added a white T-shirt underneath the dress along with some white converse. You know, it’s a little different not the same just bring some more spring summer but the other one brought a more dark winter by you feel me?


I’m going to be totally honest. I was just getting really creative at this point. I was trying to mix the different patterns, but I’m kind of unsure about this one. I still love the pieces! Skirt is from Forever 21 and shoes are from Lulu’s.

I hope you guys got some inspiration and enjoyed!

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Hey everyone! This trend has been here for awhile now, but I think these are PERFECT for the spring & summer time. I’m going to show you how to create your own, so let’s get started!

You’ll need:

– 1/2 – 1 yard of Fabric

– scissors

– tape measurer

– sewing machine

– pins

– if you don’t have a sewing machine then needle & thread.

Step 1:

Cut your fabric from 12 inches (height) by 20 inches (length).

Step 2:

Pin down 1/2 inch to 1 inch on the edges. You can either do this without the pins, with them, or you can even iron down the edges. Whatever works best for you!

Step 3:

Sew or hand sew your edges down! You don’t HAVE to do this. But it looks cleaner and you won’t have those stray pieces lingering out.

Step 4:

Once you’re done sewing, fold your fabric in half, diagonally. Then from the point side, roll it up! You’re done!

That’s it! All you have to do is tie it around your head or neck!

Thanks for tuning in! Until next time!

– Emily ❤️


For spring break I went to Naples, FL. It’s not a very popular place people go for spring break. Its not your typical Miami or Panama City Beach. Its a lot of older people and nicer cars. We went because my aunt actually lives there. She has a beautiful place that’s located right on Vanderbilt beach. One of the beaches you should visit.

Day 1: Our flight left at 6:40 AM and we landed at 10:45 AM. Which gave us the whole day to do stuff. We flew in to Fort Myers, which is about 30 minutes away from Naples. It is actually cheaper to fly into fort Myers rather than Naples, Florida itself. If you’re looking for a place to stay in Naples, I suggest looking at Airbnb.com and google.com for cheap, but nice hotels/ homes. I would look about 3-6 months ahead if you want even cheaper places to stay. We rented a car from Budget.com, which was about $400 for a week. Not too bad, but only if you’re going to use a car. I wouldn’t suggest renting one if you know you aren’t going to travel anywhere that much. The traffic here isn’t super crazy, but there’s still some. The whole day we pretty much just chilled by the pool and beach. The beach was packed as usual, so we stayed mostly by the pool. Which we are very fortunate that my aunt has one. March is a time where it is mostly warm, but can get cold if it is windy or night time. The water temperature of the ocean is very chill. Summer time the ocean water can be very warm, which isn’t fun.

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Day 2: We woke up at 8 AM to go and get our nails done. After that we were granted to go eat some sushi at a place called Sushi Thai. We got the dragon roll, shrimp tempura roll, and the Mexican roll. My favorite was the dragon roll. If you order enough sushi, they actually bring it out to you in a wooden boat, which I find fascinating. I haven’t felt that bloated in months after eating that delicious sushi. Going back to my aunts place we decided to take a walk. Bad decision as it started to rain… a lot. We got drenched in water and saw a random turtle walking through the grass. The night ended with some tacos from a place called Tacos and Tequila. It was alright, the place was definitely packed. It was a 35-45 min wait. So, we decided to order out. Wish we could’ve stayed because their drink menu looked phenomenal. I don’t eat tacos too often so I stayed with the regular steak and shrimp tacos.

Day 3: It’s St. Patrick’s day. They had a HUGE parade downtown and I never knew how much everyone loved this holiday. I thought it was just another excuse for everyone to drink all weekend. It was sizzling hot and I’m a type of person that sweats very easily. Downtown is definitely a place you want to go and visit. Now, it’s not Chicago with big tall buildings and lots of people, but architect has a very beachy vibe to it. I think it is very different and homey. We stopped by this beautiful home that had blooming magenta. After downtown we headed to the Naples Pier. Another place where everyone should go and visit. It was super packed this day since the weather was very nice. We actually saw some dolphins swimming near to say hello and eat some lunch! The water is super blue and it’s very pretty. Later that day my aunt took us to her beach club where we got some lobster sliders, pizza, and a burger. The rest of the day we spent getting sun burnt.

Day 4: We decided to head back to the pier this day because we didn’t get to go on the beach the day before. This beach is just the same as Vanderbilt. We wanted to take some nice pictures underneath the pier and it was scotching hot. We headed to a place called Zen BBQ. They have a pretty big menu. We got ramen, Korean bbq, sushi, ceviche, and bubble tea. The ramen and sushi was the Bomb.com, but the Korean bbq.. ehhh. I personally don’t think it was worth the price. They barely gave us any side dishes and the meat quantity was quiet small. When we got back to our place we decided to go paddle boarding! Something everyone should try at least once! All along the beach they have vendors who you can rent paddle boards from. $25 for 30 mins or $30 for 1 hour. Every night ended with us on the beach!

Day 4. Heading to Key West, FL. Don’t do what we did. Lol. Naples to Key West is about a 5 hour drive. We decided to take the way through the Everglades since the roads weren’t as busy. If you don’t know what Everglades national park is, umm. It’s basically just a lot of alligators. Most of the scenery is kind of boring until you hit the top of the island of the Keys. Driving down the water is a super nice blue color. We hit the main island of Key west and went to a restaurant called The Stoned Crab. I’d rate this restaurant a 5/10. My mom, cousin, and I decided to get snow crab/ king crab. It wasn’t too bad, but it was a little bit more on the saltier side. I got this huge drink that actually came in a coconut. A little strong too if you ask me. Lol. They also had a shark farm here. This restaurant was only 15 mins away from our Airbnb. I will say be aware of the many people that are walking on the streets. Our Airbnb was very close to downtown Key West which is Duval Street. That street is known for many stores, gift shops, and food. We spent the rest of the day looking through shops and eating ice cream. Next we headed to Malory square to see sunset. Sadly again, the sunset was depressing. We headed back and grab some pizza on the way.

Day 5: this was a day that we were actually supposed to go snorkeling. I booked with a place called furywaters.com. Unfortunately, it was raining super hard this day. Our snorkeling trip got canceled and we got refunded our money. It was about $42 per person. Less than 24 hours in our Airbnb, we just ended up going back Naples. A very sad trip and don’t do what we did like I said before, LOL. We Stopped by the southern most point which is something you should go see if you want to it’s very cool looking. We ended up stopping at a place called something where we had more seafood and drinks. Again, my drink was so strong I thought I was going to get drunk off of just that. It tasted like I was just drinking a shot. I ended up getting shrimp pasta. It was very sour in my opinion, I even got salt and it didn’t help. Heading back up north, the rain slowed down a little bit. We ended up stopping in the Everglades to see an alligator farm. They have parrots, snakes, Emo’s, and a ton of alligators there. We got to see them feed the alligators and she said there was about 250 alligators in that farm. They also have a ton of boat rides in the Everglades. We unfortunately did not go because we had my younger brother with us. After the alligator farm we reached back into Naples where a delicious dinner was waiting for us. More lobster pasta, green bean casserole, and some chicken. Ending the night, we went to the Ritz Carlton Hotel which is located not too far from where my aunt lives. We got some sushi and I got some more drinks, it was nice talking to my aunt all night. This day ended up not too bad considering our snorkeling trip getting canceled.

Day 6: Vacation coming to an end we wanted to spend as much time as we could on the beach. We ended up going somewhere with my aunt and mom. We got stuck doing nothing. Lol, but we went to go eat at a place called, The Cove. It’s a hotel on the beach with a restaurant. It was delicious, except we were getting eaten alive by these little bugs. So, our meal was ruined. Heading back to our place we spent the rest of the day at the pool and beach.

Day 7: Our last day. Our flight wasn’t until 7:40 at night. So, we got the chance to do some stuff before leaving. My aunt was kind enough to sew us some Silk dresses. We went to tan outside for an hour and ya girl got so sun burnt. We ended by eating some Cuban food. ( I didn’t get a picture of it. 😭☹️) said goodbye to my family and back home we went!

That’s all we did for my trip to Naples, Florida! I hope you guys enjoyed!

– Emily ❤️


Hey everyone! Today I’ll be styling my dad’s clothes! The trend of,” wearing my bf’s/ gf’s clothes for a week.” OR ,”styling someone else’s clothes.” Has been around for awhile. (I’m so late, lol.) Unfortunately, it is super cold and snowing outside, so I won’t be able to wear my dad’s clothes for a week, but instead I’ll be styling them! My dad’s style is very… umm. BLAND. lol, no tea, no shade. Sorry dad, but he lacks in the fashion department, as most guys do. (Not a bad thing!) His closet contains sweats, t-shirts, and business clothes. I will NOT be wearing any pants because, I’m sure it is obvious but, we are not the same size. They won’t fit and there’s just no reason to try to wear them. Haha, let’s get to styling these clothes!

1. Blue & White pinstripe button- up: When these button up shirts are oversized, I like to transform these into off the shoulder shirts. To do this, all you have do is pull the shirt down to where it sits onto your shoulder, where it won’t fall, button the rest of the remaining buttons on, and then tuck in the rest of collar and buttons. I do this just to bring a different look to button up shirts! Sometimes they get kind of boring. Black pants are from Forever 21, the hat is from Target, earrings from Amazon, and Silver chain is from Forever 21!

2. Green Gingham button- up: I personally LOVE this shirt! Gingham pattern is super trendy at the moment and I love this green color! I decided to just tuck in the collar and unbuttoned the first 1-3 buttons to create the v-shape in front! Then just buttoned the rest of the shirt regularly and paired it with a mini denim skirt! I think this can work! Also paired with some sunglasses from Amazon! Skirt is from Forever 21.

3. Army green button – up: I loveeeee this! This reminds me of school days just because it’s very similar to what I would wear to school. I didn’t like to dress up too much, but I at least tried. Lol. I decided to keep this shirt unbuttoned. Jeans are from American Eagle. Black tie up shirt is from Forever 21. Earrings are from Amazon. This look would be super stylish paired with some black high top Converse or black combat boots!

4. Red Button- up: On camera this shirt is appearing to be more pink, but it is actually red! This shirt is long enough to cover my butt, so I decided to turn this into a dress! I just buttoned it all the way. Cardigan is from the thrift store! Over the knee boots are from Forever 21 and the belt is from Lulu’s. I decided to put my hair in a half up bun. 

I honestly could’ve also called this,” Different ways to wear button- up shirts”, lol. But this is mostly what my dad’s closet consist of! I hope the gives you some inspiration if you ever need to dress up a little more, need a new look, or just want some entertainment. Don’t forget to follow my socials!

– Emily ❤


Hey everyone! I’ve been seeing this trend go around with fringe bottoms! I love this trend and wanted to try it out myself! So, here’s my DIY version of Fringe jeans!

1. You’ll need:

– ruler


– tweezers

– something to mark your jeans with.

– Get SKINNY jeans. I found these American Eagle Dark wash jeans at the thrift store for $4!

2. I went ahead and cut off about 5-6 inches off from the bottom of my jeans. Only because these jeans were a bit longer on me anyways, but if yours aren’t too long ahead and cut off the bottom seam from the jeans. I would suggest to cut above the ankles.

3. Measure about 2-4 inches vertically from the bottom of your jeans and mark a line (horizontally). Then go ahead and put your ruler on the bottom of your jeans and every half inch, go ahead and cut your jeans vertically until you hit the 2-4 inches mark you made from before.

5. After you have made your cuts, go ahead and put on a movie and start tweezing these cuts. It will definitely take some time, but it’ll be worth it!

6. Then you’re done!


SPRING IS HERE! Well.. Spring has been here for many of you, but it honestly just started for me. Lets get started!

1st outfit:

Yellow Button up: Ralph Lauren

Jeans: American Eagle Outfitters

White Tank: Forever 21

Shoes: DSW

Hoop Earrings: Forever 21

2nd Outfit:

Yellow Jacket: Goodwill

Gingham Shorts: Forever 21

White Tank: Forever 21

Shoes: Charolette Russe

3rd Outfit:

Jean Jacket: Delia’s

Pants: Old Navy

Grey Shirt: Forever 21

Shoes: Target

Moon Necklace: Ebay

Purse: Forever 21

4th Outfit:

2- Piece: Romwe

Shoes: Forever 21

(sorry for the ratchet hair)

5th Outfit:

Dress: Forever 21

Shoes: Burlington

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