Luna

luna - wearluna - audrey kitching - i hate blonde - nycluna - wearluna - audrey kitching - i hate blonde - nycluna - wearluna - audrey kitching - i hate blonde - nycluna - wearluna - audrey kitching - i hate blonde - nycLunaLunaLunaluna - wearluna - audrey kitching - i hate blonde - nycluna - wearluna - audrey kitching - i hate blonde - nycluna - wearluna - audrey kitching - i hate blonde - nycluna - wearluna - audrey kitching - i hate blonde - nycluna - wearluna - audrey kitching - i hate blonde - nycluna - wearluna - audrey kitching - i hate blonde - nycluna - wearluna - audrey kitching - i hate blonde - nycLunaLunaLunaLunaLunaLunaLunaEven though I live in New York City, my bedroom is still one of my favorite places to be. My mornings are usually spent with a My Little Pony mug full of coffee or tea. I love working from my desk, writing in my inspiration notebook, and getting my blog post up for the day. I love sitting cross-legged in my big chair catching up on emails in stockings and some sort of big soft tee or sweater.

I also really enjoy afternoons at home, playing dress up, working on styling, or just reading a book. I’m usually reading 2-5 books at any given time. One is usually a classic work of fiction, one is about veganism/health/raw diets, and the other is usually about spirituality, such as the Tao, the Bible or the work of some Christian philosopher.

Especially living in a big place like New York City, where things are constantly happening, it’s really important to take down time at home for yourself.

One of my favorite Christian philosophers, Blaise Pascal, once said that “All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone.” I believe it’s so important to take time to be alone with our thoughts, getting to know ourselves, and simply just being. There is so much value that comes from just sitting with yourself alone. I feel like I’ve really been able to discover who I am, who I want to be, and where I intend to go, purely by spending time alone.

Anyways, the point of this blog post is to show you my new favorite cozy at home clothing line, Wear Luna. It just happens to be owned by a friend that I very much look up to, Audrey Kitching. I think the pieces are so soft and perfect for wearing to yoga, shopping, coffee runs, or just simply sitting at home relaxing!

I hope you all have an awesome weekend, much love.

xx

bubble gum snake sweatshirt by Luna

karmic eye tee by Luna

dark moon cardigan by Luna

photos by Brittanny Taylor

I Luh Ya Papi

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“Pull your trigger, go and get your gun off. Gonna tie my hair up top. Put a pin in it, now I’m ready, let it rock. Keep it number 1, that’s easy mathematics. If you wanna kill the body, gotta start with the head. 

Got a girl catching feelings. I’m loving me some you. Started from the bottom, then we went roof. ” 

A-List Swimsuit by Dar be Dar

Armageden Platform Bootie by Akira

photos by Brittanny Taylor

I HATE BLONDE X RIMMEL LONDON

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When Rimmel London asked me to create a look inspired by their most recent mascara, Rockin Curves, I knew it was going to be easy as pie. The vibe of their new mascara is inspired by Rock & Roll. Growing up on the Rolling Stones in leather jackets and my Catholic School uniform plaid skirt, I’m no stranger to this concept. I wanted to make some sort of underground London Rock scene look that incorporated beauty. And what better way to do that then applying the new mascara on the back of a bike in thigh-high boots in the middle of Soho?

The new Rockin’ Curves Mascara features Rimmel’s first broken heart-shaped brush that creates a fringe of big, curvy, rockin’ lashes. The applicator is really cool looking and is good at getting hard-to-reach inner lashes!

So come on, take a free ride, and pump up your lashes with me! It’s perfect for completing all your dark fall looks.

kisses

x x

get your own Rockin’ Curves mascara here

photos by Bri Elledge

special thanks to my girl Feral Creature