Graffiti Park

This past week I got some much needed leisure time in the wonderful city of Austin. I went down famous South Congress street, ate at Hopdoddy Burger Bar, and for the first time visited Graffiti Park at Castle Hills.


It was a beautiful sunny day in the high 60s, so the first time in a month I was able to wear just a white Gap V-neck. I paired it with some grey torn jeans from H&M, and my new pair of Chelsea boots from Aldo. Towards the evening I added my faux leather Zara bomber jacket to keep warm.


For accessories I wore a necklace from Aldo and a Topman felted wool hat I got from Nordstrom. The highlight of my day is when a gentleman in a band offered to buy my hat from me. It’s always a good thing when someone offers to buy an item from your outfit.

Be sure to check out Nordstrom and get yourself a felted wool hat. I’m sure you’ll receive lots of compliments and offers to buy your hat as well.

Stay classy, mi amigos!


Topman #TBT

I wanted to take time to not only post a throwback Thursday, but to highlight one of the brands I am wearing in the photo, Topman.



T-Shirt- Topman

Black Skinny Jeans- Topman

Shoes- Converse

Topman is a brand that hails from the United Kingdom, created in the 1970s as the male counterpart to Topshop. In my opinion, it’s one of the greatest brands out there for men, they carry both formalwear and street wear.

What I like is that you can combine both the formal wear with the street wear and be ready for any occasion. The prices are reasonable as well, for a shirt like the one in my photo, you would pay around $32. Now if that is pricey for you, both Topman and Nordstrom have items on sale, the shirts are usually half the price. If my picture or kind words don’t convince you, take a look at their collection on either website. I’m sure you’ll find a piece or two that you’ll be dying to buy!

Topman is currently expanding in the United States, currently they have locations in NYC, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Chicago. New Locations in Houston, Atlanta, San Diego, and another one in NYC should be opening soon.