Chat Noir

This outfit is totally cat lady approved! If you follow me on Instagram, you will already know how much I love cats. My good old furry friend Blackita whom I had posted in a few pictures in the past, died last year and I had been really sad to lose him. It took me a while to get another pet and now we got this all black kitty who we named Jackie (we were binge watching The Sopranos at the time). Anyhow, I came across this t-shirt while cruising by and I thought it was so purfect! I love graphic shirts and this one totally fits my personality LOL. I decided to pair it with a pair of leopard print chunky heels, a bomber jacket, and some leather leggings for a chic modern look.



I spotted this super sexy two-piece look and I needed to have it! I rarely wear red and I thought this particular shade was very flattering and would look amazing for the remainder of Summer and transitioning into Fall. 


Leopard Print

Fall is finally approaching and what better way to start the transition than by mixing a bright piece with one of Fall's key elements; leopard print. I bought this top back in 2012 and it's been a staple not just for Fall but any season really. The thing about leopard print is its neutrality which gives you the ability to mix and match with a lot of things. This isn't Fashion 101 but one thing is for certain, leopard never goes out of style. 


Sienna + Floral

"Sienna (from Italian: terra di Siena, "Siena earth") is an earth pigment containing iron oxide and manganese oxide. In its natural state, it is yellow-brown and is called raw sienna. When heated, it becomes a reddish brown and is called burnt sienna."


Rose Matter

Happy weekend! Just wanted to stop and share this super adorable look I wore to my birthday dinner. I'm not one to have parties and all of that, I prefer intimate times on my day specially these days where my health isn't at its best. I chose this circle halter dress in this beautiful rose color with a hint of peach which sort of reminds me of Jefree Star lipstick "Rose Matter" hence the name of this post.