There are two reasons I am not vegan: 1) macaroni and cheese; 2) leather goods. If you have even glanced at anything on this blog, the one thing that you know for sure about me is that I don't fuck around when it comes to quality. That's why I've taken one of Coach's Spring/Summer 2017 bags in as part of my spring capsule wardrobe (more on that later). The bag I am holding is their Rogue 25 in glovetanned pebble leather. I love this bag because it is lightweight and the perfect size for everything I carry around in my bag, which is typically my phone, wallet, keys, rosewater spray, balm, and headphones. Even my UrbanEars Plattan 2 headphones fit in the middle compartment effortlessly. I felt so fortunate getting to style a bag for a brand that I am familiar with and admire the quality of, so I had a lot of

I think I am the only person in the world who hates going to Sephora. It's sensory overload: a million different brands, associates selling you stuff left and right, catching a glimpse of myself in harsh lighting surrounded by 15-year-olds who know way more about makeup than I do. Lucky for me, I've nearly given up makeup completely. Some people who have followed me for a while may remember my eyeliner, brow pomade, and lipstick days, and I can say with absolute certainty that I was hiding underneath all of it -- it's funny how an identity crisis can shine through in the strangest ways. I am confident in saying that I am 100% happy with my face. It's weird to admit, but sometimes I look at my face in the mirror in excitement because I am just so content with everything about my face -- my eyes, brows, lashes, skin,