Badass Babes Panel

Monday, March 20, 2017

The other day, I attended a Badass Babes panel hosted by Uniform. It was to promote former editor of Seventeen Magazine, Ann Shoket's new book The Big Life, which is essentially about embracing one's mess, the work hustle, and finding your own success. Michelle Phan writes the foreward.

The panel featured fashion stylist Carmen Lily, Ladies Get Paid founder Claire Wasserman, and Director of Manifest NY Jessica Beckman. After listening to their own experiences, I realized that over the past year, I have lost the interest of blogging. After starting it 9 years ago, life gets in the way - you get it. It was as if every other post was sponsored, falling behind on creating "outfit" posts, the nonexistent time to create content, or even keeping up with the new generation of bloggers out there.

Hearing about what makes each of them work harder for happiness in life refueled that spark I once had. For those that kept in touch, you might have realized on Instagram I've been posting at least a photo a day on Instagram. I started doing it to boost creativity and that's really where I've been sharing what I'm up to. I'm hoping to continue on this momentum and start blogging again - even if it is a weekly thing.

I miss the community and even though some of my favorite bloggers stopped blogging as often as well, I'm looking forward to catching up!

Please let me know what you think has changed in the blogging world over the past year and what do you think about it alongside social media?

Pods of Promise

Sunday, December 11, 2016

Pods of Promise was created by one of my good friends, Natasha. While this is currently her side project, as she handles a full-time job, I truly believe this will take off in a big way in no time. Not only does she offer a multitude of amazing designs to choose from - whether you are more into the dainty, classic pieces to the stunning statements, there is something for each woman.

My favorite thing about Pods of Promise is that part of the profit goes towards helping girls with education and keeping them in schools. You can learn more about her story here.

You may have seen images throughout my Instagram feed and I personally love each and every piece I have. For an affordable price, these gems have good quality and I am always receiving compliments every time I wear them. (I especially love my Minaret Ear Jackets).

In this post, I am wearing the Multi-Rhombus Layered Necklace with the Black Choker. There are so many ways we can mix and match, and this is one of my favorite combos.

Please check Pods of Promise out! You can use promo code AUDREY to receive a 15% discount! xx

Pipilotti Rist's Pixel Forest

Friday, November 11, 2016

In light of what's recently going on in the world, I recently visited New Museum's exhibit showcasing Pipilotti Rist's Pixel Forest. It was absolutely magical. The exhibit covers three floors of the museum including video installations, which transform architectural spaces into massive dreamlike environments enhanced by hypnotic musical scores. My favorite, and probably the most Instagrammed, is the room full of hanging light fixtures. The lights change color, showing all of the beautiful hues. There is another room where guests are invited to lie on beds and stare at loops of enchanting film on the ceiling in the form of large clouds.

Spark Pretty

Thursday, November 03, 2016

Last night, I attended the Spark Pretty pop up launch party. (It's currently now open to the public today until this Sunday, November 6th at 219C Mulberry Street). It was 90s heaven and full of nostalgia. You can find treasures from favorite shows like Full House, Saved by the Bell, 90210, Wayne's World, Family Matters, etc. and iconic cartoons like Betty Boop, ToonTown, Ren and Stimpy, and more. There are tons of patches, denim, t-shirts, and accessories to fulfull your 90s dreams. Even novelty Barbie dolls from Blossom and the Spice Girls were proudly displayed on shelves.

Price points range from $12-$1200.

Pumpkin Carving Party

Tuesday, November 01, 2016

My friend Sarah recently hosted a pumpkin carving party - totally decided to put together our own little Jack-O-Lantern Blaze (New Yorkers/East Code readers will know what I'm referring to!) We each got our own pumpkins and picked out own stencils. I chose a cat and the moon, but the stencil actually broke apart while I was carving so I ended up finishing in free hand. It was definitely a fun afternoon with lots of great Halloween treats!

Halloween 2016

Monday, October 31, 2016

It's been awhile since I posted, so I'm hoping to get this back regularly.

This past Halloween, I dressed up as Red Riding Hood and Andres dressed up as the wolf. We went to a friend's party with our other friends, Jo and Luke. This party went all out! The theme was "Occult in the Woods" and the amazing hosts handmade a lot of the props. Twigs were put together as inspiration of the stick figures in Blair Witch Project, real moss and branches from trees adorned the rooms with paper bats, a fog machine, alchemy and witchcraft books, and of course, blood on mirrors. You can also can't forget about the dry ice for the "bog" water.

What did you go as for Halloween?

Bayside the Musical

Monday, March 07, 2016

Last weekend, Andres & I checked out National Lampoon's Bayside! The Musical, a parody of Saved by the Bell. It was absolutely hilarious! The cast resembled all of the main characters in terms of mannerisms with characteristics highly exaggerated. They poked fun of the actors in recent news as well as highlight episodes from the entire series.

They also interacted with the audience - so if you are seated in the front row, you'll definitely be part of the show. It was nonstop laughter, and even after it ended, we were still laughing about it.

The same cast & company has another parody musical based on Full House, which we are planning on seeing before the run is over.