Wednesday, October 17, 2012


This fall and winter, I'm all about staying comfortable, cute, and cozy. What better way to do that than by wearing some jumpers? I actually may have gone overboard online shopping at Look at that pile! But honestly, I just couldn't resist. I'm obsessed.

What's your favorite piece this season?

*Photos are my own

Friday, September 21, 2012


Wow, I haven't been on this blog in a while. I've been so busy with school starting. Right now, it is Friday and 11:25 pm and I've decided that I've abandoned Fashion Mist for way too long. Just because I'm busy with things I don't like doesn't mean I should leave the things I love.

So, I'm back!

I wanted to share with you some really happy news. I was in Chicago with my mom over the summer and I discovered that there was a Topshop, you know that UK store. In America!! Who knew?? Probably everyone, but I'm just late. Well, that is where I spent most of my time, of course.

      But, there's more. I recently found out that they have a Topshop now EVERYWHERE in the US at Nordstrom's. So, where will I be tomorrow? I think you can guess.
     As you can tell, I'm quite obsessed with Topshop. I'm maybe a little overexcited, haha. If you are from the UK, you probably think I'm insane.

Anyways, I wanted to share with you just a few of my favorite buys. I'll hopefully have more to show you soon!

*Photos are my own

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Outfit of the Day: Armani Exchange

Recently went shopping at Armani Exchange in Chicago and fell in love with this dress! Thoughts?

Tuesday, July 24, 2012


Wow, I have seriously been slacking on the blog lately! This summer has just given me the freedom to be completely lazy. But, I've finally found some time to post a few of my outfits.


Monday, July 9, 2012

My Week In Photos

Last week was spent relaxing upnorth at my cottage. The sunshine, lake, nights on the town, and time off was much needed(:

I hope everyone has a great week!

Friday, June 22, 2012

Quote of the Day

I recently read The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky and let me tell you, you better keep a highlighter or something ready if you ever read it. I can't count the amount of quotes I have found in this story. I even took a picture of one of my favorite ones below to share with you. It is such a wonderful story about life and growing up. The main character Charlie is very lovable. I highly recommend if you haven't read it.


 "I guess we are who we are for a lot of reasons. And maybe we'll never know most of them. But even if we don't have the power to choose where we come from, we can still choose where we go from there. We can still do things. And we can try to feel okay about them."

*photo is my own

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Chandler the Robot

Hello! I've been dying to share with you all something that I'm quite obsessed with. I don't know if any of you are familiar with Meg Frampton. She and her sister Dia are a singing duo. I adore both these girls. Both are so talented, inspiring, and sweet. I even got to see them in concert! I couldn't help but notice how lovely Meg's jewelry website is. 

Meg creates jewelry on her website called There you find necklaces, earrings, and so on. Take a look yourself.


There's more on her website! Make sure you check it out here!

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

High Heels Only

It's finally summer! Can't believe I'm a junior now. I've had such a rough year at school that I completely abandoned this blog. I want to apologize. I'm a bit worried that I've lost some readers, but hopefully this summer I can gain them back!

Recently, I went shopping with my older sisters and we decided to be kids again and play "dress up" in the shoe store. You're never too old! I don't usually wear high heels, so I decided to try on some funky ones. The neons had to be one of my favorites!

Sadly, we didn't end up purchasing any. But, you're never too old to try on shoes just for the kick of it! It was actually quite fun (:

*Photos are my own

Saturday, March 31, 2012

My Week in Photos PS: Love and miss you Papa

Hey everyone! I know I have been slacking on this blog. But, I do have an excuse right now. This last week was completely and utterly hectic. With the death of my grandpa a couple weeks ago, my life has not been the best. Then, straight after, we found out that my grandma on the other side of the family got diagnosed with lung cancer. I seriously did not know where to turn. All this bad news made me feel grumpy, sad, careless, and I started to not even care about school.

On a brighter note, it is now spring break! I've pulled myself out of my rut and am now typing this post. I thought I should share a few brighter photos of the week!

 Made a stop at Starbucks

 My second cousin Jonah and I (:

 Basically passed out on the floor during this crazy week. My dog decided to join.

(Don't judge me, I'm quite obsessed with Titanic. Can't wait for it to come out in theaters !)

Lastly, here's a small paper I wrote on my grandpa

I’ve never had someone believe in me as much as my Papa Art did. He didn’t know what I was up to day by day, how I acted, or who I spoke to. He couldn’t see me at school or at home. But somehow, he knew that I would succeed and that everything would be alright. He trusted me as an individual and helped me through so many hardships. Even though he passed on, his words and wisdom still stay with me.  I still think of him whenever I am lost. Even when he’s not here, he is still an ally to me.
            My papa grew up as an only child and was a hopeless romantic. He met my grandmother at a dance, where he went straight up to her and said, “I’m going to marry you and we’re going to have six kids”. My grandma thought it was “quite the line”. Little did she know that my papa was right. They ended up getting married and actually having six children.  Throughout the years, he became a wonderful husband and father. He fought in the war and even liberated a concentration camp. Doing all this, he was inspired to continue to work hard. If anyone could describe him in one word it would be enthusiastic. He was always working hard and putting others before him, treating everyone equally. He encouraged others to be enthusiastic about their tasks. Whenever you asked him how he was, he would simply say, “better and better”.
            Every time I went over to my grandparents’ house, my papa would be sitting there with the largest grin on his face. He had the biggest smile and it could just put a smile on everyone else’s faces. He would look at me and my sisters and simply tell us that we were getting prettier and prettier each day. I never left that house feeling sad. I always left feeling happy about myself because he would always just smile at me, compliment me, and purely make me feel like I was the most important person in the world. My papa also encouraged everyone to go to college. He wanted to be responsible for all his grandchildren’s degrees. If it wasn’t for him, I wouldn’t be so determined to get into a great school. He would always ask me, “Michigan or Michigan State?” He was a huge Michigan fan and since both my sisters attend State, I knew he was hoping I would say Michigan. I would tell him I haven’t decided. He would just say, “You can go to any school you want”. 
            Every year, our entire family would get together in July for a huge birthday celebration. Most of our family members’ birthdays are in July including my sister’s, mother’s, and my Papa Art’s. Years would pass and each celebration, my papa would make a grand speech to the whole family. His speeches were so inspiring and you would just get lost in them. He spoke of his life and his children, grandchildren, and so on. He would get so emotional, that sometimes my aunt would have to take over while he cried. You could definitely tell that he was genuine. As the years went on, my papa kept getting older and older. The speeches became shorter and shorter. We could tell that he was getting weaker.
            March of 2012, we found out that my papa was so weak, that he wasn’t going to make it much longer. My family went to visit and my papa wasn’t sitting in the living room with a huge grin on his face like usual. We went upstairs to his room, and there he was, sleeping in his bed, hooked up on a breathing machine, looking small and fragile. It was frightening to see. When he woke up, you could tell that it would take all his strength to even look up. But, when he found out that my sisters and I were there, he had the nurse help him and soon enough he was sitting up on the bed. The huge grin that was so familiar appeared on his face. He just smiled at us and we held his hand. He then said, “Prettier and prettier every day,” to us. His voice was barely a whisper. My mom then asked him how he was and in that same frail voice he forced out the words “better and better”.
            About five days later, we got the call that my papa had passed away. He was ninety-five years old. I was extremely sad at first and I still am. But, I realized that my papa wouldn’t want me to be sad. He would want me to continue on with my life, be happy, and shine. If it wasn’t for him, I would probably give up. He was such an inspiration to me and it seemed as if he was the only one who believed in me. He had a wonderful life and touched the lives of so many people. Even though he is gone, he is still an ally to me. I will always remember him. Now, whenever someone asks me how I am, whether I am sad, mad, or okay, I always say “better and better”.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Weekend Events

How is everyone's weekend? I'm spending my four day weekend up north at my cottage. It's very cozy here(:

Just had a great two days of skiing. Took a break yesterday to the tastiest cup of hot chocolate!

I also found out seventeen magazine liked my photo on instagram! I was so ecstatic!

How did you spend your weekend? (: