Winter 2019-2020 Playlist

Hey everyone! Today I am sharing my winter playlist! These are some songs that I have been loving lately. Some of them are a little older while some are more recent. As usual, most of it is pop music, but my music taste is really all over the place! Let me know in a comment below what some of your current favorite songs are!

  • Teeth – 5 Seconds of Summer
  • Say So – Doja Cat
  • Should’ve Said It, My Oh My, This Love, Used To This – Camila Cabello (Basically, I love her whole album “Romance”)
  • My Way – Ava Max
  • Over – Fox Sinclair
  • Juicy – Doja Cat
  • Good Thing – Zedd & Kehlani
  • Lovely – Billie Eilish
  • Yummy – Justin Bieber
  • Anywhere – Rita Ora
  • No Idea – Don Toliver
  • Wrong Direction – Hailee Steinfeld
  • Somebody Like That – Tenille Arts
  • Sober – Bad Wolves
  • Watermelon Sugar, Golden, Adore you – Harry Styles (I have been loving his new album “Fine Line”)
  • The Good Ones – Gabby Barrett
  • Better Off This Way – Bad Wolves
  • We Made It – Louis Tomlinson
  • Badass Woman – Meghan Trainor
  • Why – Bazzi
  • What Could’ve Been – Gone West
  • Everything I Wanted –  Billie Eilish
  • In My Bed – Sabrina Carpenter
  • Wave – Meghan Trainor ft. Mike Sabath
  • me & ur ghost – blackbear
  • Paris – Sabrina Carpenter
  • when the party’s over – Billie Eilish
  • Somebody Else – The 1975
  • All For You – Wilkinson & Karen Harding
  • South of the Border – Ed Sheeran feat. Camila Cabello
  • Nice to Meet Ya – Meghan Trainor ft. Nicki Manaj
  • Before You Go – Lewis Capaldi (I think that this might be my favorite song at the moment. His voice is beautiful and I really enjoy his music)
  • All I Want – Olivia Rodrigo
  • Knees – Bebe Rhexa
  • 10,000 Hours – Dan + Shay, Justin Bieber
  • There You Are – ZAYN
  • I Warned Myself – Charlie Puth
  • July – Noah Cyrus
  • Dance Monkey – Tones and I
  • Grace – Lewis Capaldi
  • I Hope You’re Happy Now – Carly Pearce, Lee Brice
  • Everybody Loves You – Charlotte Lawrence
  • How Do You Sleep? – Sam Smith

Valentine's Day Outfit Ideas

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and if you’re anything like me, you have probably had your outfit picked out weeks ago. If you have no idea what to wear, fear not! Today, I am going to be sharing four different outfit ideas for Valentine’s Day! Whether you are going on a date or heading off to class, one of these outfits should spark some V-Day inspiration!

Outfit #1:

Let’s start off with something fun. If you’re heading out for a date or a girls night, this outfit is for you! You can never go wrong with a little black dress. If you are a bit more bold and you prefer to wear more color, a red or pink dress would be beautiful as well! I chose black because I typically prefer more neutral colors, plus I get to have a bit of fun with my makeup and accessories this way! With this black dress, I thought that a simple pair of black block heels looked gorgeous. Lastly, I paired this outfit with a sequined clutch. (If I were going to wear this outfit, I would most likely do a natural eye look and a bold pink lip!)

Outfit #2:

This outfit is for those of you who may be working or going to a business casual event on V-Day. I absolutely love this outfit! I would wear this any day! For this look, I paired some black ankle pants with a long sleeved pink turtle neck. I have such a love for blazers, and I feel that blazers can instantly transform a look and give the outfit more of a professional vibe. I love the pattern of this blazer, and I think that it makes the outfit a bit more unique and stylish. For the shoes, I went with these black pointed toe ankle boots. These have been one of my latest obsessions, and I always find myself reaching for them.

Outfit #3:

This next outfit is for those of you who aren’t very girly or those of you who prefer a more casual look. For this outfit, I wanted to go for something simple. I paired a pink v-neck tee with a pair of dark high waisted jeans. I love white shoes, and I think that my white Stan Smith’s looked best with this outfit. I really like this look because it is very simple, yet by wearing pink you will still feel like you’re in the Valentine’s Day spirit! If pink is not your color, you could wear red or even purple! You could also throw on a neutral colored cardigan (such as black or gray) for a cozier feel.


Outfit #4:

This last outfit is most likely what I will be wearing (or at least something very similar). I love dressing up, but since I have no Valentine’s Day plans, I will most likely be going to class, going to work, and then spending the rest of my day at home. My style tends to change day to day, but for the most part, I love feminine or vintage-inspired pieces. For this look, I took this cropped white top with pink roses on it and put it over a black tank for layering. I am so obsessed with the bell sleeves on this top! I paired this piece with ripped high waisted jeans and simple black flats.

I hope that this post was helpful to you and that it gave you some Valentine’s Day inspiration! I had a lot of fun creating these 4 very different looks for you all. It’s funny, I feel like all of these outfits are very much my style. I would wear every single one (depending on the occasion of course)!

Thank you so much for reading!

OOTD: Whirlwind Winter

Winter is in full swing but that won’t stop me from wearing dresses! Luckily where I live it doesn’t get absolutely freezing in the winter. Winters where I live usually look like 40-50 degree weather. Recently, I decided to check out one of my favorite stores, H&M. As I was shopping, I found this dress and quickly fell in love with it.

This dress is a part of the Richard Allan X H&M: Wearable Art collection and I purchased it for $18. I also saw a shirt with this same pattern at the store, but of course, I chose the dress. After doing a quick google search, I found that Richard Allan was a famous scarf designer during the swinging sixties in London. H&M describes the pieces in this collection as, “Abstract, avant-garde design in high-octane color.”

This dress is perfect for the winter time, and I love the unique pattern as well as the sleeves! It definitely reminds me of the sixties. My mother even described it as “hippie-ish”. The pattern is incredibly bold, so I like that the colors are more neutral (pink, gray, white, and black). I feel that this dress is perfect for most occasions and could be worn for anything from work to a girl’s brunch. I wore this dress for lunch with my family this past weekend. I am almost always overdressed, but at this point I’m so used to it!

I paired this dress with my black knee-high boots that I purchased a couple years ago from Charlotte Russe. As I have mentioned before, these are pretty much my go-to shoes in the fall/winter. Underneath the boots, I wore some knee-high socks to stay warm. Wearing knee-high socks also keeps the boots from slipping down my legs.

As for jewelry, I am wearing these beautiful gold fringe earrings and these two simple gold rings. These pieces were my mother’s but she let me have them a few years ago. I wear the two gold rings every day. Lastly, I wore a simple pair of black sunglasses that I purchased from H&M.

Thank you so much for checking out my newest blog post! I hope you’re all having an amazing day! Until next time!