If I ever go missing for over a week, with no peep on here, don’t worry. It’s usually because I’m somewhere really sunny, with palm trees, and I play so hard during the day that
Mo’ messy mo’ bettah top knot: The watercolor version. Las Bayadas beach blanket // And because people always want to know, I use a punjab watercolor book, and you can get one here. Boom.
I love how storms make everything beautiful, in a hard to replicate way. Yes, I think that was a metaphor too. Nili Lotan dress. Swoon.
Ok, as much as I like to diversify content, sometimes I just have some lovely l’il Instagram square moments I need to share here too. So here we go. Left to right, top to bottom.
Happy bun-day. No really, this is a rather happy bun, (ok I always call it a top knot, but that’s less punny). Why? Because it’s wrapped with love. Literally. Say hello to 4Loveclothing, and their beautiful, handmade,
Lolita topknot chick. I had a rather fun time painting you. Actually I’ve been having a good time painting a lot lately. Hint: a cool project is in the works, if I finally get my
The Messy Topknot. Bohoified. About seventy five percent of the time, my hair is in a messy, falling out topknot. So, here is a little way to spruce it up a bit, and give that
BOTW – Bikini of The Week Indah – Shui Bandeau and Bardot Bottoms. Rawr.
The beloved topknot. Messy, but at times, blah. Time to spruce it up a bit. A while ago I saw this hairdo…and I finally figured it out (2 days ago). Yup. I found a new
The Top Knot. Mo’ messy, Mo’ betta.
Hawaii beach babe style can be described in one word, effortless. But the results tend to inspire adjectives like smoldering, ethereal, glowing, individual, and just naturally exotic. So, in an effort to shed light on