Dec 17, 2014

Versace in Cairo

Hijab: Austere Attire // Dress & Vest: H&M // Pants: Zara // Shoes: Steve Madden // Nekclace: NY&Co

My first day in Cairo spent exploring the streets around the hotel and shopping, of course! So much rich history in this city alone it's amazing. So excited to see more!

Loving this 'Versace' hijab from Austere Attire. I am so lucky to always get my hands on their hijabs pre-launch and I'm so excited to share more in the coming days! Make sure you head over to their website and keep your eye out for their gorgeous new line coming out soon. 

Dec 8, 2014

Paisley Days

Blazer: Zara // Jeans: Levi's // Heels: Enzo // Purse: Marshalls // Necklace: H&M

For those of you who went black friday shopping at Zara like I did, you were able to get some nice ticket items for 30% off! Here is one of the coats I bought. I paired it with- of course- all black- and a little touch of red!  

Dec 4, 2014

New York, New York

Jacket: Wilson's Leather // Skirt & Crop Top Sweater: H&M // Boots: Sam Edelman // Purse: Michael Kors

These New York shots are by my very talented cousin: Zaida__Rose

This past weekend my brother was in town from California and we headed down to New York to visit my cousins. I knew the weather was going to be freezing so I wore some thick winter tights with my skirt and boots and paired it with a crop top sweater and biker jacket on top. My scarf also came in handy which I knit myself! :)

Nov 28, 2014

Thanksgiving - Giving

This thanksgiving, I decided to give back to those in need. I decided since I wasn't celebrating with family or friends this year, I wanted to give back to those who were alone and may not feel like they have much to be thankful for. I decided to make bags full of goodies to hand out to the homeless around Philadelphia. I had so many things I wanted to include in the bag, but I had to stop somewhere. This is what my bag included:

-Extra Long Socks
-Toe Warmers
-Antibacterial Wipes
-2 PB&J Sandwiches
-2 Chewy Bars

I really wanted to include poncho's and hand warmers but the store was out when I went shopping. Nonetheless, I was very satisfied with the items I chose. Handing these out on thanksgiving, was such a great experience. There was one person who was sleeping and I just placed the bag next to him, and when I happened to drive past him again about 20 minutes later, he was eating one of the sandwiches. As I drove off from handing the bags out, I would look in my rear view, and the excitement I saw from these homeless men and women was so gratifying. I could go on and on about why this is such a great thing to do, but even after I did it, the sense of fulfillment I felt was greater than I expected. I highly encourage you all to do something to help those in need at any time, it doesn't have to just be thanksgiving. Everyone deserves compassion, no matter what they did to get where they are.