March 31, 2014


So as you can now see, I have just rebranded everything. As this is kind of a hassle for some people, I will be posting it everywhere, so people will know. I realized my name was kind of long, and it wasn't that easy to remember. It made my websites hard to remember. I picked something more basic and easier to remember. Unfortunately, I will not be able to change my current blog email, and I think keeping up with three different emails right now is enough. You can still contact me at the same email ( Everywhere else, I should be moved over. I also felt like the name fit more when I started the blog, but not so much now. I'm at a different place in my life, and I felt like this one will definitely describe my style better. I will change the website name to as soon as Bloglovin' posts this and I can get the message everywhere.

March 20, 2014

Soxxy Air and Sponsored Posts

*This is a sponsored post.* All my opinions expressed here are my own.

Soxxy is a brand that sells non-slip socks. They do this by lining the top of the socks by alternating raised X's and O's to give them some grip. They sell ankle, knee-high, and thigh-high sicks as well as leggings and compression socks. For those of you who don't know, compression socks are those socks that doctors will give you to wear after you have surgery to prevent clots and swelling, and promote circulation. I love that their ankle socks come in fun and funky patters. They're also mostly cotton which I look for since cotton is a sustainable fabric. My personal favorite pair is Alexa. Not only are they a cool zebra pattern, but they've got two pops of color. You guys know how I love color. Right now, their knee-high and thigh-high socks are in mostly neutral colors. Shop here online! When you shop, use the code SoxxyAirs for 20% off!

What I really love though, are their compression socks. They're not just for people who have just had surgery. They're good for general swelling and long flights to keep soreness down. They're compression socks are knee-high, and all of them feature a cute design at the top and come in different colors. Each of these designs means something different though. When you buy a pair of compression socks from Soxxy, part of the proceeds goes towards a charity, and each design represents a different charity. Right now, Soxxy is trying to get the compression socks idea off the ground, and they're using indiegogo to do it. You can click here to donate $25 to their campaign. With that, you get a pair of compression socks and $8 goes to charity! If you still want to know a little more before shelling out, you can watch this video for more information about what they're doing. The socks will be shipped out at the end of April. They have 30 days to raise $15,000!

Don't forget! When you shop on their regular website, use the code SoxxyAirs for 20% off!
I figure at this point, it's best for me to make a separate page detailing how my sponsored posts are going to work. From now on though, I will put an asterisk somewhere in the title and make sure I tell you guys this is a sponsored post before the sponsored content.

March 19, 2014

March Wishlist

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Boohoo blue pants

Bright shoes

Benefit lengthening mascara
$32 -

I really have been into prints lately. I also saw some yellow heels this morning, and I've been wanting a good pair of low heels for a while. Hopefully I will be able to afford the Naked palette soon. I've been really wanting it for a while.

March 18, 2014

That New Dress

Remember the dress I talked about in my February Faves? Well here it is!

So this week is absolutely insane. I have a Musical Theatre Showcase on Saturday, and a talk with potential students beforehand. It's do or die time this week! If I don't get to post 3 times this week, please forgive me. I hope that after this week, I can finally get back to posting more often. Also, my girlfriend and I started a blog together. We start posting this week.

March 11, 2014

Goo Hoarders

For those of you who aren't familiar with Jenna Marbles, you should watch this video here (skip to 1:00). Otherwise, you probably won't quite get why I'm talking about what I'm talking about.
So I was looking in my makeup drawer the other day, yes I have an entire drawer for my makeup and it still barely fits, and thought about the video I linked to above. My mother always tells me I have more makeup than she's owned in her whole life. As most girls do, I buy a bunch of lip products and eye shadows that I never use. Recently, I became more of a lipstick and tinted balm person than a gloss person, so I have a bunch of glosses sitting in my drawer that I don't use. To compound it, I'm dating, so my girlfriend doesn't like when I wear heavy lipstick or gloss because she feels like she can't kiss me.
It amazes me that I also feel like I can't just throw all this out. What if one day I become a gloss person again? What if I stop wearing neutral eye shadows all the time (which I'm trying to do). What if I become more experimental with my makeup? All these "what ifs" are cluttering my drawer. And new things are invented every year! I must try the new stuff! BB and CC creams, colored mascara, cream shadow, gel eye liner, the list goes on. More clutter.