Floral Kimono

Floral Kimono

Fall is coming and part of my is ready, but part of me isn’t. I always love lounging around in a bathing suit all day, or high-waisted shorts. Thankfully Los Angeles never gets any crazy season changes. I got a little excited to pull out some of my fall pieces and decided to throw this outfit together. Lets just say, the decision was a dumb mistake. It’s still 80 degrees in LA and I was sweating like a nasty little piglet. Aside from my sweat filled body, the outfit was killer!

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The tassels on this kimono are like an accessory on their own. I decided to wear very minimal jewelry to keep all the focus on the kimono. Sometimes minimal jewelry is the way to go!! These shoes are also EXREAMLYYY comfortable. Clearly the wrap around my jeans wasn’t showing off the shoes as well as it should, but they would be great with a dress.

As always I will link all products below, or try to find similar ones for you babes!

xoxo Ashley

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I saldy can’t find the kimono! It was from asos, but you might be able to find one that’s similar.




Malibu Wines

Malibu Wines


Wine, sunshine, and………Giraffes! What more could a person ask for. If this placed had macaroons I would have just died right there and gone to heaven. This is seriously such an amazing place that everyone needs to go to. Here’s a little tip DON’T BRING THE KIDS! Malibu wine safari is owned by, you guessed it, Malibu wines. The safari has a shuttle that takes you over to the winery after your done with your tour, or you can hit the winery first and then go on your tour. Lets jump in to some details so you know how to make this experience as amazing as possible.

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Ouai haircare

Ouai haircare

There is no Ouai that you haven’t heard about Ouai Haircare and if you haven’t you need to continue to read this post to learn about how amazing it is! I’ve been coloring my hair since I was fourteen years old. I started out going bleach blond from my natural golden brown color, from there I went to dark brown, and from there I started highlighting and experimenting with my hair. So obviously my poor innocent hair has been through hell and back. Anyone who has ever colored their hair before knows that the first five to ten colors are awesome! Theres no noticeable damage, your hair feels soft and amazing, and it looks great! As time goes on and you color your hair more it begins to break down and become brittle. The ends become exreamly dry and for me personally, my hair got very frizzy. Continue reading “Ouai haircare”