Spring fever has kicked in and I’m loving Spring fashion this year. The weather in NYC is perfect, where is not too hot and its not too cold. I took advantage of this with this playful skirt from Zara where it’s also a pair of shorts. SKORTS.
Looking for the perfect summer white sneaker? Well, look no more! I’ve done the research for you and I’ve chosen the best sneaker selection that you need in your life this summer. First, let me start by saying that if I had it my way, I would wear sneakers everyday with every outfit for every occasion!
As a New Yorker, gravitating towards a black and white outfit comes so natural to me. This time, I thought I would add a bit of flair with a pair of fabulous pumps with feather appliques. I got lucky walking into a J.Crew store when I found these shoes. They were retailed for about $300 but I walked out of the store with them paying under $100! I’m a big bargain
Spring is in the air in NYC and its the perfect time to show some transitional outfits. It’s still sweater season but we can choose a lighter knit and opt for some open shoes as opposed to a pair of boots. For todays outfit, I fell in love with this jeweled sweater from Banana Republic. The jeweled bugs are in beautiful shades of blue, green, and white. This short sleeve sweater
When we think of rulers of nations we think of men, but Anacaona was the Cacica (chief) of Xaragua in the southwest region of Hispaniola. The Taíno translation of her name is “golden flower” and she came from a long line of caciques. She ruled Xaragua equally with her brother, Brohechío. Her husband, Caonabo, ruled a nearby territory, Maguana. They were two of the top five
I’m having a love/hate relationship with this belted top. The colors and pattern of this fabric is what I gravitated towards. I really like the color combination with the green and pink intermixed together. I also love the silluette of the top. It’s flattering and I’ve love peplum style tops. This versatile top allows
Dolores Huerta is a Latina Icon! She is a true example of what our girls should look up to for a role model and is an exemplary woman for the Latino community. She is a civil rights activist and
This week I went shopping in my own closet and discovered a scarf I purchased around 15 years ago. I love buying classic key pieces that are timeless and can fall into any trend season after season. Paired with a vintage
“How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents” came to me when I was a young woman eager to get my hands on any book written by Latinas. At this time, I was reading the works of Sandra Cisneros, Isabel Allende, Esmeralda Santiago, Cristina García, and
This month I went on a winter getaway to San Juan, Puerto Rico. This was my first time on the island but instead of jamming in every excursion and the “must see” activities into my trip, I decided to lay low and soak up the sun most of the time. I stayed at the