Teotihuacan

standard December 10, 2015 Leave a response

Teotihuacan - 1As much as I loved exploring Mexico City, I had just as much fun at the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, just about a fifty minute bus ride outside the city. It was quite the interesting ride because there was a one man show singing and playing guitar right behind me almost the entire time. I have to say that it was kind of nice and I didn’t mind it that much.

Anyway, we finally arrived at the pyramids and decided to start exploring and climbing. No wonder the tallest pyramid there is called the Pyramid of the Sun, it practically touches the sun and there was no way to escape the sun and the heat. Thank goodness my brother bought one of those hats above to cool down a bit.  Teotihuacan - 2 Teotihuacan - 3 Teotihuacan - 4

Indiana Jones.Teotihuacan - 5

Pyramid of the Sun is in the background.Teotihuacan - 6

My brother, Dio!
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Sombreros.Teotihuacan - 10

YAY I (AKA Lara Croft) made it to the top!Teotihuacan - 11

View from the top!Teotihuacan - 3

Archeologists hard at work.Teotihuacan - 2

Everybody was touching the middle of the top of the pyramid, so why not?!

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Caught in action.

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Gap: Jeans and Sweatshirt (similar) // Old Navy: Boots // Kelsi Dagger: Backpack (similar) // Ralph Lauren: Eyewear (similar) // Forever 21: Owl Necklace (similar)

No Sleep Till Brooklyn

standard October 22, 2015 Leave a response

No Sleep Till Brooklyn - 1Sooo, you must have already guessed that I’m kind of obsessed with Brooklyn and every time I land at LaGuardia, my anthem No Sleep Till Brooklyn starts playing in my head. If you ever have the chance to visit, you must walk the bridge. The first time I walked it was several years ago and it was raining so bad. In fact, it was the city’s most rainfall in a hundred years. I seriously don’t know how I did it because I could barely see. I’m so happy that this time it was absolutely beautiful and sunny! It really was the perfect day to get in great views of the city. I’ll be seeing you again real soon Brooklyn. Xoxo!No Sleep Till Brooklyn - 2 No Sleep Till Brooklyn - 4 No Sleep Till Brooklyn - 5No Sleep Till Brooklyn - 9 No Sleep Till Brooklyn - 6 No Sleep Till Brooklyn - 7 No Sleep Till Brooklyn - 10 No Sleep Till Brooklyn - 11 No Sleep Till Brooklyn - 12Zara: Shirt (option) // DeJour: Jeans (option) // Kelsi Dagger: Backpack (option) // Dolce Vita: Booties (option) // H&M: Sunglasses (option) // Hermes: Bangle

Photography: Limani Designs

Back to School

standard September 8, 2015 6 responses

back to school - 1Wow, this is the fourth week of school already and I’m just beginning to finally adjust to being back. Although the ninety degree weather is making me think otherwise, school definitely is back in session. Between prepping lessons for sixth and eighth grades this year and coaching, it feels like summer never even happened! I really like my students, so all the hard work is definitely worth it!

This is one of my favorite “teacher” looks – especially because of these awesome red pointy ballerina flats and the high-rise midi polka dot skirt. The color combination also reminds me of the 1950s style which is definitely timeless. AND because I like to make my outfit speak for itself, the bowtie adds a fun element, don’t you think?! Anybody else going back to school or already has? Let’s all make this school calendar year amazing!back to school - 2back to school - 6back to school - 7 back to school - 3 back to school - 5 back to school - 8back to school - 4Hermès: Bowtie (1, 2, 3) // Gap: Flats & Chambray (option) // Limited: Skirt (option, lusting) // Kelsi Dagger: Backpack  // Firmoo c/o: Eyewear (option)

Photography: Limani Designs