If there's one label I wear loudly and proudly it's of being a woman. Withe all the trials and tribulations that come with just being born female, I wouldn't change it for the world. I'm also obsessed with other women. Not in a creepy Single White Female way, but I get so much inspiration and motivation from other women. So you can imagine how exciting the Women's March was for me this past Saturday. What an amazing and historical day:750,000 people marched in L.A. alone! I've never been more proud to be an Angeleno.  Think the final count was about 3 million people worldwide. People even marched in ANTARTICA!!!!



Wednesday night, I took my obsession with all-things French on the road...ok, so it was only to Downtown L.A., but coming from WeHo, it was kind of a trek. L.A. traffic ain't no joke. I actually like going Downtown, though, and it's given me some of my favorite fashion moments, my first go-see, my first runway show, my first time styling for a film production, and of course so many memories shopping with my Mom on early Saturday mornings for fashion finds. Downtown was also the backdrop of my 30th birthday celebration,  also known as Talk Thirty to Me. Brilliant.



Sweet Baby Jesus,  it's been embarrassingly long since I've written a blog post!!! Long-story short: ya girl's been busy. But I'm back and that's all that matters.

Not gonna lie, a little annoyed that this post has to go up during the first week of the New Year, New Me that I loathe. It's the same you fam, just new challenges and experiences. Personally, I don't make resolutions, because I like to  constantly challenge and set goals for myself. However, I commend all those who are genuinely trying to better themselves.