Breakfast at Tiffany's

Hello beauties!

I received this ultra chic LBD from Sugarlips Apparel. I instantly fell in love with the feminine details, such as the mesh contour around the corset-like front, and the entirely lace back! Little black dresses instantly remind me of Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's. So naturally, I put on some pearls and cat-eye sunglasses to transform average-little-me into Ms. Hepburn herself. (Well, it kind of worked!)

{Outfit Details}
(Sunglasses, Betsey Johnson)
(Shoes, Korea)

I think it is amazing how the classic "Audrey Hepburn look" came from a book. I've read and watched Breakfast at Tiffany's, and all I got to say is, if you haven't, YA SHOULD. The opening scene where Audrey Hepburn walks down 5th ave with a pastry in front of Tiffany's gets me every time. The scene itself is really kind of pointless to the story, but it is the most memorable scene for me out of the entire movie. Probably because it is utterly fabulous!



Seoul part 2

 Hey everyone!

Here are some more pics from my month in Seoul.

I know... it kind of looks like I'm looking up her skirt. :P

And yes, I did get my hair cut! 

Korean students in the school uniforms. 

BOWS!!! l>o<l l>o<l l>o<l l>o<l l>o<l l>o<l

Try to find me in the mass of people! This is in Myung-dong, an extremely crowded place in Seoul.




Hello, hello lovelies!

I know, I know...  I have been MIA for the past month. (For those few who noticed XD) I was in Seoul, South Korea during that time. I go to Korea almost every summer to visit my family, and I had a great time! Here are some pictures I want to share with you all.

(Blazer, H&M)
(Shorts, c/o oasap.com)
(Shoes, J. Crew)
(Crossbody, Kate Spade)

A day spent at the old Palace. 

Two dainty rings.

Huge underground shopping center! So excited to wear the stuff I got in my posts. I got a few goodies for a lucky reader coming soon. ;) 

ISN'T THIS ADORABLE?! Haha, the mom on the right definitely saw me take this picture.

Here I am eating classic Korean street food: dukboggi and ohdeng. I probably spelled all those wrong... :P

For some reason, it doesn't even feel like I ever left the States. Probably because the time I spent in Korea went by really fast! Seoul is an extremely large city, with tons of people out 24/7, amazing food wherever you go, and street vendors selling everything from knock-off bags to rice cakes. There is ALWAYS something to do, somewhere to go, and that is what I love about Seoul! 

Hope you are all doing well and enjoying your summer. :)


p.s. Any k-pop fans out there?!

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