Trip to Mallorca and Ibiza.. fashion, beauty and tips

Hey guys. This past week has been a bit all over the place. I started my journey in Morocco (which I spoke about in my last blog) came back to Barcelona and 2 days later packed and went to Palma De Mallorca for 2 days, packed and went to Ibiza for a day, took a fairy ride to Formentero Ishland for a day.Yeah I am HAPPY to be home for a day before leaving again tomorrow. lol

Palma De Mallorca

This place was beautiful. Although Palma De Mallora is in Spain, it is so different compared to Barcelona. This place is serially beauty. It is much smaller and it isn’t as crowded as Barcelona which was nice. It was super clean and the people where extremely friendly and kind. While we were there we tried to see as much as we possibly could. The first day we went to Old Town which was very medieval times and rusted. It felt like I was walking through a Italian town from 1000 years ago. Because I love shit like that I thought it was amazing. However, I will say though the lack of taxis in Mallorca is limited. We ended up getting stuck in that town for a few hours longer due to non existent taxis. The second day we went by the beach and to see the Dracula Caves. OMG this shit was beautiful. They do a boat show towards the end its definitely a must do if you are there… I personally thought it would be the ideal setting to propose to your significant other!!!! Moving on; fashion here was not happening. Everyone was old and it was pretty empty. There were A LOT  of germans there.. sometimes it felt like we stepped into Germany and not Spain. Buuuut I love my Germans so its all good. My attire on this trip was comfortable and causal. We did a lot of walking and it was cold so I honestly didn’t care tooooooo much… but still I kept it cute!!!


Airport Outfit. 

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Sites. Cathedrals. Dracula Cave. Beach. 



The entrance to OLD TOWN 


Lets just say this place is superrrrrrrr fucking over rated. The image I had set in my mind for this place was soo different from what it actually was. Okay.. Ibiza is for the 18-25 year old person looking to come get fucked up, party their asses off, go see all the house music djs play and rave. If you aren’t coming here with these intentions you probably won’t enjoy  “IBIZA” they way you think you may. Thats all I have to say about this place.. the beaches were beautiful and blue and I can see why youngsters go there but I would never return and if I did it would strictly be to take the Fairy ride to another Island. 




AAAAHHHHHHH YES. This place was heaven. I feel like the younger stay in Ibiza the elders stay at Formentera. You guys this place is fucking breath taking. I have been to some beautiful places around the world but this has to be on my top 5 places to be for summer. The water is crystal blue and it remains under 2ft for about a mile in. It is such a nature filled place and it was peaceful. My husband and I rented a small convertible there and just took a few hours to go around the entire island… it was probably my best and most favorite part of our trip. You can just tell the difference once you are there compared to Ibiza. The beach front hotels are very nice and elegant with an older crowd and families… just beautiful. If I was to every go back to Ibiza it would be to stay here. HEAVEN!


Tomorrow we are leaving for Monte-Carlo France to visit it there and then we will be back home for a while before leaving Spain which is existing as well. …. The staying home part lol.

Hope you guys are having an amazing day. Also EID MOBARAK (happy new year) to all my Persians out there!!!!




Travels: Morocco Fashion & Experience

Ahhh yes, Morocco Marakesh… where I stayed for three days. Where do I begin, this place is unreal. There is so much culture in Morocco that sometimes I would walk through it all and feel as if though I was in a old school movie. Lets talk about the good things first. Morocco is beautiful in its own ways. The people are extremely welcoming and friendly which you don’t get everywhere you go in the world… so this was a breath of fresh air. Also, the food was amazing.. everything had this special moroccan spice mixed into it and whatever it was I wasn’t complaining. I mean even their american style pizza had moroccan taste to it lol… although at times it was a bit over whelming. Can I just touch basis again and mention how full of culture this country is. Its a middle eastern (muslim) country and even though I as a middle eastern though I would fit in, I actually stood out like a soar thumb lol. 

The other side to Morocco. This is my own opinion and we did stay in the medina (the touristy section) so my opinion is based off that. Okay, for those who don’t know me… I have OCD… not literally but you know what I mean. I am a clean freak and I enjoy clean places. For example Barcelona, this place is sooooo fucking clean and put together I love it. However, Morocco was soooooo dirty. There were a million cats (walking inside the restaurant while you are eating) and beggars (for money) and people just stopping to gargle up snot on the street floors.. oh and the million and one bugs on the foods in the street stands. Honestly, during our trip at times it became too much. My husband and I would go walking in the souk and within 2 hours we would both get headaches and feel dizzy. That is the only negative. But all in all it was one of my most incredible experiences to be able to visit such a cultured country. If I had to suggest it to a friend I definitely would hands down. 

Fashion in Morocco. Okay guys… I tried to be fashionable but we were walking in sand and dirt and in jam packed streets with donkeys and horses everywhere so I really didn’t have much of an option. Also Morocco is a religious Muslim country and it is disrespectful to wear shorts and to expose your shoulders… therefore my fashion was a T-shirt, black jeans and sneakers (thank god for my sneakers). Oh and since its the desert.. it would be burning hot during the day and freezing fucking cold at night. 

My favorite part of the whole trip: Camel riding. The weather was amazing. The scene was breathtaking. The hosts were humble. and it really was full of Moroccan culture pre car days!!!

[side note: tomorrow I am traveling to Mallorca and Ibiza and will be sharing that as well so follow me on instagram where it is the most current: Fashionbloggertogo]






Hey guys, before I head out and go on my trip to Morocco I wanted to share some of my recent street style looks. To my surprise lately I have been loving sneakers and I never thought that would be the case. I low key kinda happy this has become a trend… its comfort, style and casual chic all in one. Nevertheless I have been trying to add some more colors into my life.. not sure if I have been successful lol but #fuckit its the effort in things that count lol!!!


P.S I did this hair style last week trying to start a new trend lol… while everyones doing braids Im doing MEIMG_2068

P.S I just got some fucking long ass nails put on and my typing skills went from super pro to wtf man… snail speed haha!!!





Romper Life. Backless + Effortless

Hey loves.. yesterday I wore a romper and posted a picture of it on my instagram and I got a shit loads of DM’s asking me about it and where I got it. So I decided to share more photos of it and give you all the details.

About three years ago I walked into this Vintage shop [located in Studio City California] called The Wasteland and I was amazed at the things they had. They have a mixture of high end clothes, second hand clothes, their own line of clothes and new clothes (and accessories). I immediately fell in love. I L O V E with a passion store like this. I don’t care how much money one has, when you can find a Prada dress for 65% off its a fucking STEAL. This store became my favorite place to go hunt. I also sold a lot of my own clothes to them for others to buy as well. You don’t get much but its better then nothing.

When I would go into the store I would only really focus on the Vintage section of the store. Clothes that were brand named and looked super vintage.. Idk I just love a good find that is classic and that no one else has! One of those day I happened to find this amazing romper hidden in-between all the other clothes in the corner. I freaking loved it. It wasn’t vintage but someone had hidden it over there for a reason lol. Even though its about two sizes too big I still purchased it. I have worn it twice (yesterday being the second time) going out and every single time I walk out the house with it.. I get a million compliments and many girls asking where I got it and what brand it is. Unfortunately the only thing with stores like this is that I can really say where you can go get it because its a lucky find of 1 in the mix of 100.