Friday, November 21, 2014


Guys, it's FRIDAY!
Sorry for screaming, but the weekend is back,
 and I am here all excited about being able
to sleep in and relax with the family.

In today's post, I bring you a make up look perfect
 for the coming festivities. A combination of rose gold 
with a pop of teal and smoked out a bit
 to give just the right amount of drama!
 I really love that it looks sophisticated and it has a
beautiful shimmer that makes the eyes pop.

Becca Ever Matte Foundartion in Fawn
Clinique Stay Matte powder in Stay Golden
Maybelline Fit me concealer in #10
 forunder the eyes
MAC Blan Type e/s under eyes to
give highlight effect
MAC Vanilla pigment on the bridge of the nose
and cupids bow to give high light effect

Maybelline Color Tattoo cream shadow
in Too Cool
MAC e/s Expensive Pink on lid
Urban Decay trick on top (just a bit)
an also on the inner corners
A mix of MAC e/s Samoa Silk-Coral- Texture
above the crease
MAC e/s Sketch and
Urban Decay Black heart to darken crease
MAC e/s Blanc Type as a highlight
Urban Decay  dust e/s and MAC Pigment
in Vanilla to give more shimmer on inner corners
MAC Kelly Green on lower lahsline
MAC eye khol pencil in Minted on waterline
Ardell Lashes cut in half
L'oreal Telescopic mascara
L'oreal Teslecopic liquid liner
Anastasia Brunette powder
for brows

Bare Minerals The High Dive Bronzer
Clinique Ginger Pop

MAC Watch me Simmer lipstick
MAC Lush and Bright Lipgelee

Thanks for visiting
and let me know if you guys
 try this look!

Monday, November 17, 2014

Holiday Spirit

And the countdown begins. 
My two favorite holidays are around the corner.
 The first one, Thanksgiving. Even tough I give thanks everyday, every year 
I look forward to gather around the table
 with the family, and say out loud why we are thankful. 

This year has been an extra special one for us.
 A new life in central Florida, and being able to be part
 of the staff of Calvary Chapel Lake Buena Vista,
I can't even express how blessed and grateful I am. 
I've been leading worship every Sunday for the 
past few weeks and serving the Lord and doing
 what He wants me to do is my priority at the moment.

When I received this kimono from Gypsan, the first thing

 I loved was the tribal print. However, it also
 reminded me of Christmas somehow. 
Another holiday that is very endear to my heart. 
The celebration of the King!

I am looking forward to start my holiday decorations at home, and well, 
it seems like even in my closet,
 I have the Christmas Spirit on!


These pictures were taken at Mount Dora. A city that still retains the flavors of a small town with many
 historic buildings,it's large canopy trees, and is very well known for it's variety of antique stores and specialty shops.
 It was such a charming place! We also ate the best macaroons ever at Le Petite Sweet.
If you happen to visit one day, you must give them a visit.
Their cream puffs also looked delicious!

As we were walking around the area.
 We found this train track and well...  we shoot away.

My kimono collection seems to be growing 
and I cant help it.
I just love how cozy they are!

Have a great Monday

Gypsan Vision Quest Kimono c/o- Forever 21 Tunic/ boots/silver cuff/gold rings/
brown necklace- (old)- Macy's tights-Walmart Hat
Victory Jewelry  Mermaids Treasure necklace and sea Gypsy bracelet c/o- Soulmakes bracelet

Friday, November 14, 2014

Plum Romance

Kimono from Nasty Gal/Forever21 necklace

Plum and purple tones are my favorite when it comes to make up.
 For this look, I used different hues of it,
and added a pop of blue on the waterline
 which  I think adds a very nice contrast.
As you can tell,this kimono was the inspiration for this  make up look.
 I hope you guys like it and give it a try!

Becca Ever Matte Foundation in Fawn
Clinique Stay Matte powder in Stay Golden
Maybelline Fit me concealer in #10

Bare Minerals The High Dive bronzer
The Balm blush in Cabana Boy

Maybelline Color Tattoo in Pomegranate Punk
MAC e/s in Parfait Amour on lid
MAC e/s Vanilla as a highlight
MAC Pigment in Vanilla on inner corner
MAC e/s Texture and Samoa silk on crease
MAC e/s Hepcat on lower lashline
MAC e/s Sketch on lower lashline
and to deepen crease
NYX retractable liner  in Turquoise
Lo'real Telescopic mascara
L'oreal Telescopic liquid liner
Ardell lashes cut in half
Anastasia Brunette powder

NYX Burgundy lip liner
Shiseido lipstick in RS619
Maybelline Stormy Sahara on top

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

30 Days of November

Don't forget to go back to Free People to check 30 Days of November, which will be featuring 30 days of beautiful outfits inspiration!
Also, enjoy  Standard free shipping!

Monday, November 10, 2014


Oasap fringe top c/o-HM tassel sandals (old)- CarlyMarly Blue silk wrap-ELSE Jeans (old)
 c/o-Victory Jewelry Necklace c/o- Forever21 rings
JM Photography

Hellooo everybody,
I am so excited to be back with a new outfit post!
It's been almost two months since God gave us the wonderful gift of moving to Central Florida. I know I was not able to blog as much, and the times I blogged were not as fun as I would've wanted, but I really did not want to just disappear. We are finally settled, and happy to say that we are all done with boxes! We are truly loving it here. We were able to find an amazing church and new friends. This change of scenery has been just amazing, and inspiring.

On Friday, we went to Down town Kissimme. It is such an enchanting place with it's country look. We even saw such a cool store with lots of vintage items but we totally forgot to go back to it. Another day for sure!

The outfit I wore was pretty basic. However, a basic outfit can still be fun an eye catching. I like to play with bold colors and and accessorize with statement pieces of jewelry. This fringed tunic from Oasap not only looks super cool with it's over the top fringed bottom, but it's super comfy as well. 
You know me, easy does it!

How do you like to spice up your basic outfits?
 Enjoy your Monday loves

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Bits and Pieces

1. I took this picture of my guitar when I was staying at my in law's house. Little did I know, the plans God had for me.
2. This little table cost only $5 bucks on a garage sale. We decided to leave it as it is, with it's little marks and what not. I decorated it with books and my hubby's Polaroid. I love how it looks!
3. I have been addicted to Pinterest and when I saw this project I knew I wanted to make it. I
love how practical it is.
4.I recently went to the first Fall Festival from my church Calvary Chapel Lake Buena Vista and it was so much fun, we even ended up doing a scavenger hunt at Down Town Disney!
5. But first, a Selfie lol.. this one is kind of a throwback since I have given my skin a huge break from makeup, but I truly miss playing with it.
6. These chairs we found them at our U-haul storage building. They have what they call a Green Corner, where people leave unwanted items but in good condition. We painted them and bought  these cute floral cushions and voila!
7. I love that clean look that glass can give so I took an empty sun dried tomatoes container and turn it into a make up brush holder. I also added a rustic string around the candle. This one was from a packaging I received from Gypsan a while ago. I never threw it away thinking I wanted to do something with it, since it looked so nice with the round tag.
8. Rainbow Cake! Another thing we are loving of living in Orlando is the fact that we have am oriental strip mall! You can eat the best Ramen, and yummy desserts.
9.Still obssed with this Victory jewelry bracelet and Bettina's Orchidea nail polish. I love how this color looks with gold tone jewelry.

Hi guys!
Here I have sort of an update of my life with pictures. As you guys know, towards the end of September we rented an U -haul truck, packed our stuff, and started a new journey to a new life in Central Florida.
The first 3 weeks we lived with my husband's parents, since we had to wait for our apartment to be given to us. All of our things waited in a storage, so I decided to take a break from blogging, even from make up, I have been barely wearing any. It has been good to just let my skin breathe!

Last week we finally moved to our apartment and we are so happy there. Decorating it has been so much fun since I have been incorporating DIY's all over, and visiting garage sales had really payed off.
We have found some pretty cool things.

I also started leading worship at another Calvary Chapel in Orlando and it's been been such a blessing
being able to find a church that feels like home. The kiddo is also having a blast, meeting new friends and being able to walk to school, that's how close we are to it!

Now that we are in a new place, I can't wait to start scouting places and resume our photo adventures...

Have a great Wednesday!

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

3 Fall outfits with True Religion

3 Fall outfits with True Religion

Boho chic top

True Religion jeans
$385 -

True religion jeans
$280 -

True Religion stretch jeans
$265 -

BC Footwear tan boots

Leather sandals

ASOS flat
$32 -

RAJ purple purse

Forever New backpacks bag
$31 -

Dorothy Perkins belt
$8.03 -

Hello my loves!

Today we are playing dress up with these three cool jean styles from True Religion. You guys know that a good pair of jean seems like a timeless trend and it is one that I absolutely love. The versatility of dressing it up or down is one of those characteristics that I absolutely love.

The Go- Getter!
 Tunics are my favorite piece of garment, and this outfit is one of those that can’t go wrong! I paired this dark wash skinny jean with an embroidered tunic and added boots for those cooler days. A dark wash denim is perfect for a more dressy ensemble.

The Eclectic
Mixing prints with textures can be very fun. For this outfit, I paired this camouflaged boot cut printed jean with a cozy bright sweater.  This outfit is perfect for those lazy days where you want to look great, but still want to be very comfy! To balance the look, I kept the accessories on the neutral side, but went with different styles to give it that eclectic look.

The Statement

I think you guys know by now that I love bright colors. For this outfit, I paired this royal blue jean with a beautiful peasant top. I played with even more bright colors with the accessories, but kept the top neutral to not go overboard. You won’t go unnoticed with this one!

Which look is you favorite?
Let me know!