Streetstyle Has Arrived in the Bold City

Blogger Instagrams and Vogue style guides are filled with photo after photo of "streetstyle" attire. The craziest, boldest articles of clothing layered on top of each other, standing at street corners and gracing food stands with tabloid-worthy designs. It can be hard to imagine these styles at home anywhere in Jacksonville, until the shop and… Continue reading Streetstyle Has Arrived in the Bold City

Playing Dress Up

Glamour can be intimidating. It's bright, loud, and often a little shocking. Sequins and loud colors grab your attention aw well as polarizing opinions. Layering metallic tops with big bags and bell bottom trousers feels like "dress-up" for adults. And I don't know if you remember, but dress-up was damn fun. Dress-up is memories of… Continue reading Playing Dress Up

Street Style: A MOMNI How To

Street style: (noun) the elusive look everyone wants but no one knows quite how to pull off. Street style thrives in fashion week events, Pinterest boards, and fashion blogs. It's the "it girl" look that makes biker boots, shag jackets, and chic button downs alike look original and completely unattainable. But don't be intimidated, it's… Continue reading Street Style: A MOMNI How To

Wine About It

Monotone dressing is in and whining about the Florida heat in Fall is out. Sweat the sun no more because Momni's new Fall collection is weather flexible and fabulous. So grab the wine, dresses and bottles, to celebrate! Writing and photos by Mara Strobel-Lanka.

Models Abroad: Chey&Chawn Take Europe

 1.How long were you gone and how many countries did you visit? We were traveling for 40 days!!!!! 10 countries, stayed in 16 different cities, and visited 27. Our route went like this: England, Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Croatia, Italy, Switzerland, Spain and France. (London, Amsterdam, Cologne, Prague, Vienna, Dubrovnik, Naples, Amalfi Coast, Rome, Florence,… Continue reading Models Abroad: Chey&Chawn Take Europe

Back to School Babes

I can still feel my mother’s soft, gentle hand as she held mine, walking me to the school bus. Now, here I am, independently stepping off into my senior year of college. In my adolescent years, I counted down the days until the end of the school year for a long awaited summer break. I… Continue reading Back to School Babes