How to Style a T-shirt As an Overdresser

She exists. She’s the dreamer, but also the doer. She shows up and hopes to make a statement in the process. She’s in all of us–that girl who likes to dress up and be equal parts intelligence and elegance. That girl is innate in my personal identity. And that is why the majority of theContinue reading “How to Style a T-shirt As an Overdresser”

Summer Dresses For Winter in Pasadena

Pasadena: a city filled with well-manicured lawns accessorized with established homes reminiscent of the white picket fence, American charm. The city is quaint. The city is eclectic—a duet of suburbia and a culturally artistic city. Whether walking down the historical buildings of Old Town where one finds themselves walking into an antique mall of magicalContinue reading “Summer Dresses For Winter in Pasadena”

Believing in Pink

This season, rosy hues are all the rage. Whether you’re into sultry reds of the runway or sweet and girly pinks, feel free to explore your feminine side. In the spirit of feminism, especially in an age where women have been claiming back their agency in the workplace, I think it’s important to have openContinue reading “Believing in Pink”

Guess & Americana

Guess what? Nothing says America like blue jeans. At FIDM Los Angeles, you can bask in the glory of one of the most notorious brands that capitalizes on these patriotic pants. For 35 years, Guess has revolutionized the casual staple, making denim extremely flattering, powerful, and simultaneously wearable. The Guess: 35 Years and Still Dreaming exhibitionContinue reading “Guess & Americana”

Keeping the Car Krischic

Even cars need to stay fashionable. And let me tell you, the Krischic brand does not stop at clothes. It’s a lifestyle. That’s why I gave my fabulous car, Maximus some Krischic accessories–or rather license plates. It makes driving around LA and road trips that much more enjoyable. Future Keeping it Krischic posts will beContinue reading “Keeping the Car Krischic”

Tea Time at the Fortnum and Mason

You can always spot me having a spot of tea! In honor of the anniversary of my return from studying abroad in London and Queen Elizabeth’s birthday a few days ago, I thought I’d share the unpublished  Diamond Jubilee Afternoon Tea experience I had at the Fortnum and Mason. If it’s any reflection on howContinue reading “Tea Time at the Fortnum and Mason”