Kristin in Kensington

The streets of London are like a personified magazine; as I walk the streets of South Kensington, I feel as if I am a part of a British Vogue spread. The scenery as well as the people of London consistently evoke style inspiration. Specifically in South Kensington, there are streets of white and pristine Victorian […]

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Taking Flight

The things that scare me are the things I crave the most. Venturing across the world for an entire year is not excluded from this list. In a matter of days, I will be on a ten-hour flight to London, UK. Crazy right? All those months of browsing travel boards on Pinterest, brushing up on […]

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Clothes and Cathedrals: Portland Edition

Cities are a mix of old and new: a contrast of cathedrals and skyscrapers. Portland is no different from this aspect. While some may consider Portland to be a hipster haven, it is also a place of history, one that includes gothic churches built in the early nineteen hundreds. My friend and I found one […]

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Style in the Springs: Palm Springs That Is!

Sometimes, adventures are only a car ride away. California is full of uniquely cool locations to visit, and Palm Springs happens to be one of them! While Palm Springs is a desert, it is no dry place to visit from an entertainment perspective! Whether tourists escape to this vacation spot to lounge their troubles away […]

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Enjoying the Mali-beauty

I don’t belong anywhere: I belong everywhere. The phrase above happens to be my life motto for the sole purpose that I love to travel and experience new spaces and places. With that being said, Malibu—and more specifically, Pepperdine (my university) is one of the places I can easily call home; it is a place […]

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Fashion and Festivities: Why Turning Nineteen is Monumental

Birthdays: a wonderful time to remember how blessed you are by what you have and those who surround you. Even more so than thanksgiving, I feel the most grateful on my date of birth. Yesterday, I turned 19 and had the privilege of celebrating with my family, some insanely delicious Italian food, and a delectable […]

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The Honorary Oregonian

Wanderlust isn’t just international: it can be cured in America too. This last week, I hopped on a plane to visit my college roommate, Rebekah in Oregon. As the airplane began to move, I immediately put on my rose gold headphones and played a song that would coincide with takeoff. Call me dorky, but I […]

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Opposites

Everyone has their opposite—there’s a night to day, a yin to yang, and a Chereen to Kristin. Like any opposing forces, my cousin Chereen and I came into the world around the same time—well okay she is ten months older than me (but close enough!). Anyway, from the moment we could talk, the two of […]

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Flashback Fashion: Nineties

The phrase “That was so twenty years ago” was so twenty years ago. It has gone out of style because trends from various decades are in once again! Recently, the nineties have made a comeback, and I for one am all for it! As a nineties kid, I have a claim to a wonderful era […]

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Retrobe (Retro Wardrobe)

Here’s something I’ve discovered about my personal sense of style. It is pretty classic, but sometimes I’m willing to get a little gutsy with my look. If that means wearing an outfit that can either be taken as super trendy and unique or be borderline grandma, I’m more than okay with it. Sure I drink […]

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