A Sweet Treat!

Happy Monday!

Dallas finally got something remotely close to the illustrious, Museum of Ice Cream‚ÄĒSweet Tooth Hotel. The snazzy, pop-up museum has been a hit, since it descended upon Victory Park. For $20, guests can waltz through the colorful corridors of the quaint space.

The sweet-inspired artwork is curated by some of Texas’ own, like, Jeremy Biggers, Shamsy Roomiani, JoJo Chuang, Rob Wilson, and Chelsea Delzell. My first visit included a swoon-worthy ensemble with stripes, a round mini bag, and two of my close friends; we took turns snapping all the photo opps. D Magazine referenced Sweet Tooth Hotel as an “Instagram Museum,” and boy, that couldn’t be further from the truth.

Teddy and I decided to take advantage of the sweet, artsy decor and bring you guys a visual treat that only TSB could deliver! ūüėČ

What artsy, fartsy museums and/or galleries have you visited recently?

Photo Credit:

Tedizzle Photography


Nailea Porras

Ensemble Details:

Lucky Lavender Dress – No Longer Available

Clear Strappy Heels

Clear Cutout Chain Choker

Art & Fashion: A Beautiful Union

Happy Sunday!

I fancy myself an art and fashion/style enthusiast. I love art; I love fashion. The two are where my soul lie; a marriage of expression, creativity, and individuality. The best thing about having a platform such as a blog, is having the ability to share my creative mind with the masses. I’ve found great pleasure in allowing my inhibitions to run free through my creativity.

I’d like to think my blog is more than just posting snazzy photos that are pleasing to the eye; it’s so much more than that. It’s about my undying love for aesthetics, forms, shapes, and the like.¬†We are but a few weeks from the end of 2017, and I look forward to sharing more of what ignites my soul in 2018 and beyond.

Special thanks to the amazing team over at Fort Works Art! It was a pleasure shooting in their awesome gallery. If you haven’t visited, it’s worth taking a trip to Cowtown. The space is truly inspirational, and they house work from some of the most notable artists in the nation!Saint Hoax, Sara ZaherWhat ignites your soul?

Photo Credit:

Tedizzle Photography


Nailea Porras

Ensemble (1) Details:

‘Meh’ sweater – No longer available

Faux Fur Mini skirt – Sold in stores

Suede booties – No longer available

Polka Dot tights


Ensemble (2) Details:

Active Graphic Windbreaker

Seamless Ribbed Jumpsuit

Old Skool Platform


Mickey Mouse Baseball Cap

No longer available

Artist’s¬†work included in each photo:
  1. Yvonne Domenge
  2. Leah Yerpe, Steve Kim, Johan Barrios
  3. Arthur Brouthers, Ben Willis, Steve Kim, Johan Barrios
  4. Andres Anza, Johan Barrios, Leah Yerpe, Saint Hoax, Sarah Zaher
  5. Chloe Bennett
  6. Chloe Bennett
  7. Chloe Bennett
  8. Jana Renée
  9. Jana Renée
  10. Jana Renée
  11. JanaRenée
  12. Jana Renée
  13. Chloe Bennett
  14. Saint Hoax, Sara Zaher

Color Condition

Happy Monday!

If you missed the Color Condition Installation via the Galleria Dallas, shame on you! The gorgeous paper chandelier hung above the Main Rink of the Ice Skating Center. Marianne Newsom and Sunny Slinger’s work of art made for a great shooting location. The looks below were chose by yours truly, from Zara!


Which look is your favorite?

Photo Credit:

Jason Fitzhugh Photography 


Rosie Fermin

Ensemble Details:

Shiny Cropped Sweater

Short Metallic Skirt

High Heel Ankle Boots With Metallic Pull Tab

Ensemble (2)

Shiny Top With Full Sleeves

Shiny Jacquard Trousers

Ensemble (3)

Denim Sweater

Laminated Chunky Sole Plimsolls


Velvet Chocker – Thin

Blog Review: Art & Sole

Happy Tuesday,

I would describe an exceptional piece of literature one that contains a memorable preface and one filled with photographs…of shoes!

Reading Jane Weitzman‚Äôs take on her quest to find artists all around the country for the first Stuart Weitzman shop, is a treat. Art & Sole¬†is a collection of fanciful art shoes comprised of everything from feathers, paper, ceramic, metal, resin, playing cards, corrugated cardboard, flowers, and my favorite, Swarovski crystals.¬†Each page is filled with inspiration that only a creative mind could fathom.¬†Perhaps, Jane’s sentiments regarding her husband’s undying love for shoes preceding the introduction is the best part. Not to mention, the striking red color bearing gold edges certainly makes a great gift for your fellow shoe connoisseurs and art enthusiasts.

Have you read Art & Sole? What books are you reading now? Do you have a favorite pair of Stuart Weitzman shoes?

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Shoes Make The OutfitKeith WinchesterJaneCarroll119650LindaLevetain318010 (1)Tin Pan AlleyShoe ShowerJewels at WorkPhoto Cred:

Paul Rosado PR