There was a time in my life where I might have considered myself a hardcore gamer – I played on a professional team, we played in tournaments, had daily practice and played like it was our job (in actuality, it was). Nowadays, I only devote time to games that I really really want to play (Uncharted, Last of Us, Dark Souls, for example). And when it comes to new console releases, I’ve become the type to wait until the reviews come out before even considering the purchase. However, if there’s one thing I regret, it’s not pre-ordering the Nintendo Switch. Continue reading
I said it before and I’ll say it again – it’s amazing how trends come back in style. I remember growing out of the floral vests and floral shorts phase and thinking, “Well, that’s that. I will never wear these things again!”. But here I am wearing floral shorts and loving it. I think in the end, florals will always stay in style – it’s just a matter of what pieces those prints are going on. For now, it looks like it’s going to be these shorts.
You know spring is here when you start seeing florals reminiscent of Little House on the Prairie. I’ve been loving the fun and flowy feel of the “hi lo” skirts and dresses and decided to go a bit 80s and pair this one with a light denim jacket.
Ever since the “Stingray incident” from my trip to San Diego Comic Con, I’ve been having issues with my foot. And last week my doc recommended that I wear sneakers at least for 1 week to see if my foot felt better. Well, I did, but at the same time I had to make my outfit revolve around wearing sneakers. For the first few days, I wore running shoe style sneakers w/wide leg jeans, but as the week got hotter and I got tired of dressing super casual, I migrated to my Converses (yes, less support, but I swear my foot was getting better!). And as you know, I do like my dresses, so one of the challenges I faced was how to wear sneakers with dresses. Here’s what I came up with.