Hello my fellow Stylegazers! I won't bore you with a lengthy introduction, because this time around I've decided to keep it simple, both when it comes to style and writing. I usually wear this dress with a pair of heels, however for this specific blog post, I wanted to try something different and wear it with sneakers for more of a "street style" look. The dress is from Mystique , currently one of my favorite retailers; the sneakers are from ASOS; crop top was a hand-me-down (American Apparel) and the bag is from Furla. The sunnies are from American Eagle Outfitters.

Hello my fellow Stylegazers! I have taken advantage of the only nice day this week, to visit the heart of Williamsburg, also known as the Berry Street. According to the Forgotten New York: Berry is named for Abraham J. Berry (1798-1865), Williamsburg(h)’s first mayor after its incorporation as a city in 1852. A physician by trade, he aided in an 1832 cholera epidemic and later was the surgeon for the NYS 38th Infantry during the Civil War. Williamsburg had its ups and downs, changed names, but the remnants of its rich industrial history can still be seen today. However this time around in a form of whimsical art stores, biergartens and restaurants.

Happy Friday my fellow Stylegazers! I don’t know about you, but I feel like one way to describe this week would be – WEIRD. To start off - I went through so many emotions this week, went to the both ends of the emotional spectrum, hit the highs and the lows and then finally reached the equilibrium. Yay. If you were to ask me: “Giiirrrlll, what happened?” I would have to say that I really don’t know. I do not know what happened there…

    Hello fellow Stylegazers! Our long lost friend SUN has finally decided to grace us with its presence, giving me an excuse to chill at one of Port Washington’s parks. There’s nothing I find as relaxing as just being “down by the water.” The sun and wind in your hair, the sound of the waves crashing against the rocks (or as they embrace the shore), seagulls making circles in the sky and ducks, geese and swans disrupting the