Goodbye Blog, Hello Vlog!

But kind of, really.

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I have made the decision to finally pivot my business “baby” and sweep up the momentum from this media age. I am slowing down the writing portion for my blog, and upping the talking portion for my vlog (Ooo, look at that rhyming). I want to concentrate more on connecting with the audience with my Youtube channel. I want to engage, I want to speak to them, and I want to make them laugh. Below you can find the pivotal steps I have gone through thus far in getting to this very Oscar-worthy realization.

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Styling Aria Jay x Daniel Wellington Black Classic Campaign

An exclusive look behind-the-scenes styling Aria Jay

Hey guys! The Stylewright is back and better than evahhh! After NYFW, I thought things would slow down a bit, but boy was I wrong. Meetings, parties, events, and styling sessions inundated my weekly calendar. In this post, I will highlight two events: 1) The Daniel Wellington Black Classic Watch Campaign and 2) Being a Stylist for singer-songwriter Aria Jay.

Daniel Wellington Black Classic Campaign

I had a great kickoff to fun-filled events by being part of the Daniel Wellington #BlackClassic campaign. Not only did they send me their newest watch, they also invited me to a photoshoot where only 8 other influencers were selected. The shoot was at the super cute Daniel Wellington Pop-Up shop in Soho. Everything was so professional: the photographer, the setup, and the rest of the DW team. At the end, they offered me “bubbles” (which I found out meant champagne in Swedish). And then the next evening, I met some amazing bloggers at their Classic Black Launch Party, and was gifted with yet another watch! Their new NATO strap is super cool and stylish- I don’t have to worry about the leather stretching out or breaking, so it is a great option.

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Monday Inspiration: Failures Are Steps to Success


“We learn wisdom from failure much more than success. We often discover what we will do, by finding out what we will not do.”Samuel Smiles

In times of struggle, I’m sure all of you have questioned yourself, “Why me?” Instead of wondering why you were a chosen victim, tell yourself that you were chosen to endure this suffering because you were strong enough to handle it. Continue reading