Thursday, November 8, 2012


Southern girl meets New York/Austin city chic at Hemline boutique. Step into the store and  you'll get a sudden flare of the south with its eye catching boots and colorful bulky necklaces. Take a closer look and you will find embellished fun and flirty detail from designers like DVF, French Connection, Ella Moss, Free People, Pearl Southern couture and Alice & Trixie, just to name a few. Whatever piece you choose there's no doubt people will look twice. 

I wasn't sure how pairing the sequin shirt with the snake skin pants would turn out, but once I tried them on I thought they were a great match. The pants were very comfortable btw, loved them!

I know I will put too many black dresses as I keep building my blog, but I could not leave this one behind. I was drawn by its sweet v-cut top and all the sudden switching into a  rocker-ish leather skirt.

Make sure to follow Hemline on:
Twitter address @Hemline_Austin
Instagram account @Hemline_Austin

233 W. 2nd Street
Austin, TX 78701

Wednesday, October 31, 2012


My most intricate look yet!
I was so excited to make this dead look come to life, especially since "Dia de los Muertos" has been a part of my culture for so many years. When I used to live in Mexico, I remember that every year my mom would buy my sister and I a sugar or chocolate skull. Of course I liked the chocolate skull better because I could actually devour it while the sugar one was for decorative purposes only.

Anyways, about the look...the makeup was definitely the hardest part especially the teeth but I thought it turned out well. My flower crown (which I wish I could wear every day) took about an hour to make but was very simple to do. I just got a decorative crown, a bunch of flowers and cut roughly 3/4 of their stems, then placed each flower individually into the crown. Like I said before, very easy.
Even though this costume took more time than my usual procrastinated Halloween costumes, it was well worth it and I hope you guys like it too.

My amazing partner in crime.

Friday, October 12, 2012


If you’re looking for a feminine flair, look no further! MISSBEHAVE boutique will indulge you with just that. In this small boutique located on 2nd street you will find simple yet flirty dresses from favorite brands like BCBG, Michael Kors, Rebecca Taylor, Trina Turk and Island Company, just to name a few. Expect the unexpected while shopping here. Detail flourishes within each garment whether it’s a studded shirt, a beaded blazer or a dangerously cut skirt. MISSBEHAVE will no doubt keep you well prepared this fall with their bohemian dresses, soft detailed sweaters and of course party dresses!

Visit MISSBEHAVE on Facebook HERE

P.S. hope you liked my GIF animation! :)