If you're friends with me on snapchat you know how much I love my green juice and smoothies. Don't get me wrong. I love veggies, but there's just something about drinking them instead of having to sit down and eat them. All the great nutrients, neatly packaged and easily thrown into a purse for on-the-go juicing. Although I've done a few one-day juice cleanses, I decided to really go for it and try a 3-day with Project Juice. I chose the "advanced reset" since I prefer green juices over super sugary, fruit ones. It did not disappoint. Even though I only lasted 1.5 days ("advanced" is no joke,) I ended up sipping the leftover juices throughout the rest of the week. Have you juice cleansed before? Which one? How was it? I want to know the good, the bad and the ugly. Comment and let me know!

I'm really getting into the festival spirit (clearly) with only a few weeks left before coachella weekend one craziness! So when Teva asked me to style a look inspired by my favorite genre of music, I said "hell yeah!" Can you tell what my inspo for this look was? Hint hint: all black, fringe perfect for jumping around/headbanging and a little edgy. Yup. Rock 'n roll, baby! I choose the original sandal in this awesome snake skin print. An edgy update to the classic style. I paired the sandals with a black fringe dress and distressed denim jacket. Perfect for heading to the festival after sundown and rockin' out super late. #ramadoescoachella 

When Volcom asked me to style two festival-inspired looks for Coachella, I'll admit I was a little nervous. I'm not a big "boho" girl, but as soon as I saw these little denim short-alls, I was totally in. They're perfect for running around the polo fields and look equally cute over a little crochet tank or  string bikini top. Coachella here I come! (maybe)

If my instagram is any indication, I tend to shy away from warm colors but I think I may have found an exception. Camel. It's chic, understated and has been dubbed "color of the season" from all corners of the interweb. A new neutral I'll definitely be working into my spring wardrobe. This amazing side-zip sweater is my first introduction. Of course, I had to dress down the luxe cashmere sweater with a cool pair of bleach spotted skinnies. Oh and PS I totally cropped the hem myself since I'm super into the frayed look right now. Threw on this cool pair of platforms to give the outfit a bit  more "cool street style" vibes. What do you think? Is camel too sophisticaté or just right? 

So I think I found my new favorite shoot location. All white walled and naturally lit. Unnnnf. Current location obsession & future loft-spo. I'm in love. Lessening the variables that come with shooting outside (wind, cars, people, graffiti etc. etc.) PLUS perfectly white walls? FOR THE WIN. I'll be posting 95% of my content from this space now #studiorama

Well I finally had a chance to shoot this past weekend and it was super windy and rainy. OF COURSE. Ugggh. Maybe I'll just start shooting everything in the studio. I did manage to squeeze one look in before the hair whipping became to actually hurt my eyes. I paired grey high rise skinnies with a white long sleeve tee and leather jacket. And yes, I almost considered titling this post "rama shades of grey."