Rather than break down what I wore day by day, I brought together the common threads of what I wore that week.
I think a lot about my Padrinho Fernandinho. It’s hard not to. I live on a street that shares his name. My favorite author is another Fernando. It’s never for long, but my grandfather’s memory is a regular visitor.
Summertime, and the resolutions are easy?
After bouncing around the country this month, I’m settling down to a long stretch of staying close to home until October. Naturally, this means that I miss traveling already.
It’s been over a year since I’ve written about clothes and my personal style on the blog. After months of putting it off, I decided to finally do something about it last weekend.
Hits (few), misses (many), and some helpful suggestions for merch I’d actually buy.
We’re into the second half of the year now and I’ll be real with you: I haven’t thought about these resolutions since the last time I wrote about them. But hey, at least writing this monthly post is a good reminder to myself?
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these Glossier fangirl sort of posts, so I figured I’d update you on my favorites and share my experience at the Seattle pop-up.
Last weekend, my parents threw us an engagement party. We weren’t responsible for much, but in many ways, it felt like a small scale rehearsal for the main event next year.
It’s not just Dia de Portugal today; it’s also Portuguese National Heritage Month here in California. While I’ve written about Dia de Portugal and about being Portuguese in general, this year, I want to switch things up.