Ever since I can remember we’ve always come home to Louisiana for Christmas which is where my parents grew up. My mom has nine siblings who have all more recently popped out kids (making me one of the few older cousins, and ring leader) while my dad had a total of somewhere around eleven siblings. … More KHIRSTMAS tradition(s): 2018
For the past month I’ve had non stop flights, drives, and boat rides to new cities, states, and countries. Making the most out of the first break from school I’ve had in over a year before I start summer school in a few weeks is how you could view it, but in reality my family … More Frequent Traveling Hacks
I’m baaaack. Looking through my camera roll to post pics like this from almost over a year ago. A trend that has been controversial since the 90’s. Denim on denim. Let’s talk about it. While many view it as a crime against fashion, there are ways to make it work. I’m not the biggest fan … More Denim on denim, a fashion faux pas?
The 8hr drive to and from New Orleans to make it to my second home is always a long one. In order to make it more comfy this year I wore red track sweats, with a cropped black dragon embroidered bell sleeved hoodie, and paired it with two inch wide strapped black heels. I accessorized … More Home For The Holidays Road Trip: A Lookbook
As always, studying has virtually consumed my very being, but I still try to find time to go out on Friday’s (my only day off from shadowing, work, and school). This past Friday’s adventures resulted in a trip to the Dallas Museum of Art and a stroll around Klyde Warren Park. Outfit details: White dolly … More Summer Lookbook: A Day In Dallas
During my second semester of college I went back and forth from home; back to back weekends. I for one hate driving in general and the four hour drive one way almost killed me… literally I was always so tired from research, community service, and classes; and usually had to jump into my car as … More Casual Dressing: For The Ride Home
College. Literally non stop studying has composed the majority of my college experience. In high school they tell you “college is the best time of your life,” “there’s no homework,” and “you’ll have free time,” which I have come to learn were all lies. Well for me at least, it’s not in a bad way … More Study break: the drive to Austin
For two weekends in a row my family drove to Louisiana!!! It’s a 8hr car ride one way! Insane, right?! Road trips are pretty intense…. Especially when little Kylie poo has a weak stomach. All he wants is 4for4’s from Wendy’s! The drive was so worth it! I love my family so … More Easter Sunday