HOW TO WEAR ’60S MOD | ON-CAMERA STYLE

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As Nancy Sinatra once sang in her nonchalant manner, “these boots were made for walking, and that’s just what they’ll do,” and I’ll step into a time machine in them and make my way over to the midcentury any day! Anyone who knows me knows I love emulating vintage motifs in my on-camera style. The ’60s are […]

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Why Wearing Lime Green will bring joy during summer 2020

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This socially-distanced summer, I’m living the lime green dream of a sixties queen! My heart and soul belong to the past while my mind is sharply focused on the present and future. Naturally, I wear my heart not only on my sleeve, but my entire outfit—which is good because this dress doesn’t have sleeves (I […]

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An Antique Autumn Lookbook

I feel like I cheat on the present with the past on a daily basis. The past is evocative. The past is romantic. It’s a hopeless love affair that I cannot seem to quit and frankly, refuse to. I want to keep reading classic literature. I want to keep watching period dramas (Downton Abbey and […]

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How Will You Be Remembered?

Sorry I haven’t posted in a while, things got a little hectic because of graduation! Well anyway, here is the outfit I wore on the last day of my high school career; a very surreal day indeed! I hardly remember what I wore the first day of high school, probably because I was a freshman […]

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