One of my favourite things about travelling is being able to escape Vancouver’s rainy weather. I’ve been dreaming about going back to LA pretty much since I got back from my last trip there. Flying into 30-degree weather was exactly what I needed this trip and was exactly what I got.
One of my favourite brands that I’ve collaborated with this year is definitely Farlala. They carry trendier pieces for a reasonable price. I’ve been waiting to style this adorable checked skirt and I’m glad that I finally got the chance to in sunny LA.
I’m obsessed with the button detailing down the front of the skirt and the cute bow. Sadly I’m back in Vancouver where it’s officially winter time but I’m glad I got to rock this baby out before the year ended. Thinking about purchasing a few pairs of pantyhose so maybe I could style this in New York in December!
I thought the skirt paired perfectly with my black tube top bodysuit from Aritzia. And then to dress it down I wore my classic sk8-lo vans and decorated my bag with a red bandana.
If you’ve missed it, I vlogged while I was in LA. We visited a lot of the same place as I did during my last trip so I tried to not film too much of the same content.
I’ve really been trying to create as much as I can since I’ve been on such a steady work schedule. I’ve got weekly videos planned ’til the end of the year so if you enjoyed this vlog, make sure to subscribe to stay updated! Since I’ve started to try to work harder on my YouTube I’ve definitely been slacking on the blog (someone teach me how to balance things please) but I’m slowly trying to find a workflow that allows me to do both equally.
2018 is going to be my year to hustle. But also my year to get accustomed to being the independent girl that I’ve worked hard to become. Part of that will entail working on passion projects (my blog, YouTube, and Instagram) and other things that make me happy. One of the main reasons I started blogging was to share my experiences with people who can relate. I’m making it a goal to do more of that this year and less shallow, filler content.
I’m excited for the rest of the year, and what’s to come. Hope you are too!
Until next time,