Just because it’s hat season doesn’t mean your hair needs to be hidden! Braids are here to stay no matter what season we are transitioning to. I don’t know why, but this fall season has been so inspiring for me to wear more braids than in the summer months. I guess because  I love loose, easy relaxed braids for festivals.…

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I know there are some of you who have been attending the ‘BeauFair’ since before we had our own Iphones, but in the past few years, it seems like festivals beyond this little small town have really taken on a completely new persona. Especially in the blogging and fashion world of the younger generations, so where does this leave the…

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I have been working with some pretty talented people. They are so sweet, so fun, so kind…and being able to collaborate on adventurous things has been a dream. My blog has become everything to me and I’m really enjoying watching it grow into something more than just a journal through cancer. I love being able to share something I’m passionate…

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For some of the best people watching ever, plan your visit around our Mardi Gras season. On Fat Tuesday, you will see so many residents wandering the streets in dramatic colors of purple, green, and gold. Beyond people watching and parades passing by, we have some of the best food during Mardi Gras season. King Cake will sure turn your…

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I am a bit obsessed with scarves right now. The only problem though is that it’s HOT as FIRE to wear them around my neck in this Louisiana heat. However, scarves are a great transition from summer to fall. Start with smaller scarves, (I’m personally loving these from American Eagle) like the neckerchief that turns your scarf into a chic…

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