Landslide

Today I’m channeling some serious seventies vibes! This outfit was my take on the great seventies trends that have been going on this season. I couldn’t help titling the post after the classic Stevie Nicks song-I just love her!

I wore my new romper that I just received from Forever21. I’d never bought a romper before, and I was hesitant to try them out, but I’m so glad I did! They’re such a versatile addition to any wardrobe-there’s so many different styles, so no matter what your style is you can find one for you-whether you prefer bohemian, preppy, or edgier vibes. I’m 5’8″, so finding ones that fit me has been really difficult! I was pretty worried about this one, but the wonderful Forever21 came through again, and it luckily fits perfectly. I added a long knit cardigan, my heeled suede booties, lots of jewelry, and my new favorite hat- this amazing maroon sunhat!

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This romper features lace straps and edging, as well as pockets, an elastic waist, and adorable buttons up the back! I added some of my favorite silver necklaces too at different lengths. I swiped on some plum lipstick to match the maroon sunhat too!

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Channeling Stevie Nicks by spinning in my cardigan…I’m going to need a floral kimono to properly copy her!

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I added some volume and curl to my hair with my favorite salt spray. I love all the 70s trends cropping up, so I added as many as possible to this outfit-round sunnies, lots of jewelry, big floppy hats, and suede booties! I just need something fringe to complete it!

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Romper-Forever21, Hat-Amazon, Booties-Charlotte Russe(similar), Necklaces- Similar, Lipstick-Wet N Wild,

Cardigan-Gap, Sunnies: Amazon, Salt Spray-Ulta

What do you think? What’s your favorite seventies trend? What do you think of rompers? Let me know in the comments! Thanks for stopping by!

Love Kiki

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See these boots styled another way in Good Vibes, or this cardigan styled differently in Day Trippin’

How To Wear A Flower Crown

The other day, I shared with you a tutorial on how to make your very own flower crown for under $3. If you missed it, check it out here! I couldn’t resist shooting an outfit featuring it 🙂 I always love seeing pictures featuring flower crowns on various websites such as Instagram, Pinterest, and Tumblr, and everyone I see wearing one styles it in a different way! Here’s how I styled mine-how do you style yours?

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I paired a floral skirt with a black crop top, and added a denim jacket and my trusty ankle booties. I kept my makeup simple, with just a swipe of bright pink lipstick to match the center flower. Get a closer look at this lipstick here!

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I had so much fun taking these pictures! It was a gorgeous day out, and everything is better in the sunlight! It’s hard to stay stressed when it’s such a gorgeous day outside 🙂 Sunshine and the promise of summer make me instantly feel more optimistic, so I’ve got my fingers crossed hoping it sticks around for a while!

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I’m so happy with how this DIY crown turned out! I love the huge flowers, but some may prefer to choose smaller ones for theirs in order to not feel overpowered. To each his own! The DIY works great with any size or shape of flower.

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Crop Top: Forever21, Skirt: Forever21(similar), Booties: Charlotte Russe(similar), Vest: Vintage, Lipstick: Revlon

What do you think? How would you style your flower crown? Does the sun make you feel more optimistic too? Let me know what you think! Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

Love Kiki

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OH-FEST 2015

I’m a huge fan of music festivals, and I love everything about them-the bands, the huge outdoor spaces, the food trucks and vendors, the noise, the crowds, and of course, the fashion! This past weekend, I went to a music festival, and had such an amazing time! Check out my Instagram and Twitter for more pictures and videos from the concert!


Every year, my college and another college in the town put on a music festival called OH-FEST, and this year the headliner was Panic! At The Disco! I was so excited to see them, they’re one of my favorite bands 🙂 The big concert started at 6, and there were two opening acts before Panic finally came on. The crowds were insane! I tried to take pictures, but there were so many people pushing and shoving that I was afraid of dropping my camera! I did manage to get some pictures of the band in though. Their set was simply amazing-at one point during one of the songs, the lead singer did a backflip off part of the stage-the crowd went wild! I wish I’d been able to capture that on video haha. They played songs from all their albums, and even played their new single Hallelujah-if you haven’t heard it yet, check it out here!


I volunteered through my college to help set up, and so I got to be backstage beforehand and hear the band’s soundcheck! I even got a free t-shirt! 🙂

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ohfest5My friend Liv and I before the concert in our volunteer t-shirts! Check out her blog over at Her Name Was Celebration!


My friends and I decided to channel a theme together with our outfits, so we all went for the 90’s grunge look. I took some pictures of my outfit before the concert started!

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I grabbed my trusty ripped jeans and a loose white tank, then added my favorite black converse and an oversized flannel shirt. I sprayed my favorite Not Your Mother’s salt spray in to give me those festival waves, and added my trusty sunnies! I kept my jewelry to a minimum-with so many people packed together, I didn’t want to risk getting caught on anyone! I kept my ID, cash, and other essentials in my sturdy camera bag.

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The crowds were insane, you literally could not move there were so many people packed together! I had an amazing time seeing one of my very favorite bands though, and it was free! What more could you ask for in a music festival?

Do you like music festivals and concerts, or are loud noises and crowds not really your thing? What do you think about Panic! At The Disco? What would you wear to a concert like this? Let me know what you think in the comments! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

Love Kiki

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DIY Easy Flower Crown

On Pinterest and on others’ blogs lately, I’ve been seeing so many pictures of Coachella and boho-inspired outfits. So in the spirit of my festival season, (my favorite time of year!) I’ve decided to share with you all how to make your very own flower crown! And the best part? This cost me less than $3 to make!

What You’ll Need:

  • Scissors
  • Needle and thread
  • Elastic
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I got these fake flowers at Wal-Mart for $2.97 total! This is a very budget friendly craft, and so cute! You can use any kind of fake flowers you like. I chose larger ones, but if you’d like a more subtle statement there’s so many varieties available! Check out your local craft stores for more options too! You can find elastic there as well if you don’t have any lying around like I did 🙂crown2

Let’s Get Started!

Remove the flowers from the stems Mine pulled off fairly easily, but some may be more difficult and require scissors. I chose to also remove and use the leaves that came on the stems for a little variety.

Take the elastic and tie it around your head. Don’t tie it too tightly, leave a little wiggle room! You don’t want to cut off circulation haha. But also make sure that it’s not too loose so it’ll easily stay on your head.
crown3Lay out the flowers how you like them around the band before attaching them so you’ll have an idea to work from. Don’t be afraid to change it up as you go though! I put my largest and brightest one in the middle, then alternated the leaves and carnations going around the sides.
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Now for the sewing! Thread your needle and slide it through the little thin plastic tubes where the flower or leaf attached to the stem. Putting it through this part is easier than trying to force it through the thicker middles of the flowers, and it looks the same once they’re attached.crown5 Continue around, attaching as many flowers or leaves as you’d like! I chose to only cover it halfway, but if you are using smaller flowers you may want to circle the whole thing. You can also space them further apart, and do lots of different patterns! Don’t be afraid to get creative!crown6The finished product!
crown7What do you think? Any cheap and easy projects catching your eye lately? Do you like flower crowns for festival season? Let me know in the comments! Thanks for stopping by! Stay tuned for an outfit featuring this project-coming soon! 😉

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