It’s all about the People… On the Red Carpet.

Tonight was the People’s Choice Awards… and with that comes my red carpet fashion critique. Here we go.

1. Screen Shot 2015-01-07 at 9.17.02 PM Here we have the Once happy couple: Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas (#Snowing!) I love how their on-screen chemistry transcended to real life. But, back to fashion, their outfits are perfectly tailored and they are dressed to the nines.

2. Screen Shot 2015-01-07 at 9.18.12 PM E! reporter Giuliana Rancic looks gorgeous in a tulle mint gown. #PinterestWorthy.

3. Screen Shot 2015-01-07 at 9.17.11 PM Disney starlet Bella Thorne… actually looks good. But, maybe a little too mature? The pantsuit is well-tailored. But, she’s 16 not 30. And it looks she’s had a little something done to her face. But, her stylist deserves so much praise for that tailoring job: love.

4. Screen Shot 2015-01-07 at 9.19.22 PM Country superstar Hunter Hayes looks dapper in a black-on-black suit. And my fingers are crossed for him at the Grammys next month!

5. Screen Shot 2015-01-07 at 9.17.21 PM “Modern Family” star Sarah Hyland: she looks gorgeous and looks very happy. However, I’m not a fan of that overlay. Get rid of that, and it’s a 10.

6. Screen Shot 2015-01-07 at 9.17.41 PM Kelly McCreary aka Dr. Maggie Pierce on “Greys Anatomy” looks fun and cute. The new cardio doctor at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital and Meredith’s latest sister’s dress is making me envious! Love love love it. It’s fun and edgy, but so chic at the same time.

7. Screen Shot 2015-01-07 at 9.17.49 PM Melissa McCarthy: it slims her down and she looks so glamorous. And that’s what I think she rocks the best.

8. Screen Shot 2015-01-07 at 9.18.05 PM And finally, we have Bellamy Young who plays Mellie on another Shonda hit, “Scandal.” Her dress is edgy and she rocks it, but, it looks a little matronly with her hair. She’s gorgeous and knows how to dress, but this is aging her prematurely.

Alright, those are my favorite looks from the PCA’s. How about you?

New post. New thoughts.

Hi everyone. Sorry I haven’t had much time to devote to this blog recently: a journalist’s job is never done, as I’ve been crazy busy with homework, class projects and everything thing else I’ve overcommitted myself to. (But, I sort of love my life that way.)

I thought I’d just sit in ramble for today’s post. Just talk.

What’s been happening since I last posted?

  1. George Clooney is officially off-the-market and married an amazing high-profile human rights lawyer.
  2. I’ve become obsessed with “Once Upon a Time” AND “How to Get Away With Murder.” As well as, “Manhattan Love Story,” “A to Z,” “Red Band Society”  and of course, Greys and Scandal. Great shows, start watching. (I mean, #TGIT, anyone?)
  3. The whole Ebola news thing everyone should be aware of is big news.
  4. Applying to study and intern in NYC this summer and London this fall. (Dream: to intern at a publication like Seventeen. Fingers crossed!)
  5. I interviewed a major YouTube star (“HelloKaty”) and wrote a profile on that. Read it here.
  6. One Direction announced the track list for their fourth studio album, “Four.”
  7. Neil Patrick Harris will host the 2015 Oscars.
  8. Taylor Swift’s new pop album “1989” will be released any day now. And “Out of the Woods” may be inspired by a Mr. Harry Styles.
  9. Everyone’s been obsessing over “American Horror Story” which stars my camp alum, Emma Roberts.
  10. The Kansas City Royals will officially be playing in World Series. (GO CARDINALS!)

One thing I’ve noticed about the world: is such a huge focus on the superficial sides. And while, I love fashion and celeb gossip, I admit that’s not what matters: family, doing what you love, etc– that’s what matters, not what you wear or how popular you are, it’s how you perceive yourself and who you want to be. No one can belittle who you are or tell you who to be except for yourself. Be brave, be strong, be yourself. Because no one else for stick up for yourself other than you.

I just wish more girls, and people in general, would be able to be 100 percent themselves and not worry about how others perceive them. So, if you want to wear a certain outfit or attain for a certain career: go for it. Chase your dreams. Be a superstar. Be amazing. You are amazing. You don’t need anyone else to tell you that. Your opinion is the only one that matters.

Alright, I’m off to watch Greys, Scandal and the Cardinal game, as well as work on some essays. Thanks for reading. xx