Just wanted to post onto the site, that I will not be posting new material until after Teen Vogue Fashion U. This is because I decided to completely re-design the entire website (with the same material and pages) and completely relaunch the blog.

The next couple of weeks, I will be completely focusing on building Delight’s Closet inventory and followers on all of my social media accounts, which you can check out here. Also, I wanted to relaunch the blog after Teen Vogue Fashion U, because then I can post all of the material of my new knowledge and adventures in New York City, where I also will be visiting FIT (the possible fashion school I might be transferring to next year).

I have not decided yet, if I am going to completely close the blog until the relaunch, but I will post on here to let everyone know.

The next couple of weeks, I am going to be making some major decisions of how much to expand Delight’s Closet. This means, that I might be choosing different individuals to join my team to run Delight’s Closet different social media accounts where representing the site at their location. Let me know what you think of this idea! 

Also the new site will contain my new sponsor’s advertisement.

I hope everyone has a couple couple of weeks, and I will be posting on here to update the new re-launch of the site.

Enjoy! – H


Fall: To Do List



1. To add plugins on WordPress for  DC’s Instagram account to appear on the site.

2. Transfer all of blog’s content to different host, so even more of a creative edge will be appearing onto the blog.

3. Start shopping for Teen Vogue Fashion U.

4. Get a new camera before New York City.

5. Finish FIT’s application.

6. Completely re-design Delight’s Closet.

7. Start looking for inspiration for some DIY Halloween costumes.

8. Purchase new curtains for my new house in my room. (Send me suggestions!)

9. Take a ton of pictures of Indiana’s Oak Grove during this season.

10. Promote, promote, promote! When Delight’s Closet is re-designed, a sponsor ad will appear! Stay tune and find out more about Plato’s Closet in Exton, where I work and get a ton of my inspiration from.

11. And most importantly, to spend more time on blog’s posts! I will  make a goal to make sure I post at least four times a week.

Considering the first day of Fall was only a couple of days ago, I thought this post was essential. I know that my schedule looks a little busy, but I am so exciting for this October’s upcoming events! Who else has big plans for the Fall?  

– H


Cheap Home Decor with Ribbons

Greetings from Indiana. The current weather forecast has me wanting to do nothing other than laying in bed, drinking hot chocolate, and watching movies all day. It’s raining. It’s cold. It’s disgusting outside. To make matters worse.. I have class within the hour. However, it seemed like the perfect time to add some decor to my room. My roommate and I went to Walmart last night and bought all of the supplies for only $3.. You can’t beat that, college students! Here’s how to do it.

This is a DIY post is for hanging pictures on a wall involving ribbons, thumbtacks, and small wooden clips.

Step 1: Pick a section of the wall where you would like to hang a couple of pictures. With the ribbon and one thumbtack, stick the very end of the ribbon through the thumbtack and press it onto the wall.

Tip: If you live in a dorm room, trust me, I KNOW the room frees and damages that could be done, or if the room is one big cement block, you can use double-sided tape for the ribbon.

Step 2: With the pictures that you would like to hang (these could also be To Do lists, tickets, or etc., I have my ID card from when I spent the summer in France and England, pictures, and  a part of a card that my best friend made me), space out the ribbon of where you would like to hang what picture where. Keep adding thumbtacks between the sections of where you would like the pictures to be. Cut the ribbon at the end.

Tip: The sections between the pictures do not have to be equal. It looks more unique this way.

Step 3: Clip the pictures with the wooden clips onto the ribbon.


Get Your DIY On,


A look at the past.

As for some of you who may have remembered looking at the past posts, my very amazing and talented friend, Shannen, took pictures for the blog. If you haven’t seen them, check them out here. Click Click Click When I came back to school and started to brain-storming about different posts I wanted to do, I remembered that there were still some pictures that I haven’t posted from Shannen and I’s day. So here they are! The bleach jacket is one of my designs and check out how to make your own from this post.

The past couple of weeks have simply been amazing. There is no other word to describe my experiences and passion I now have from the outcome of this blog, getting into Teen Vogue Fashion U, and now applying to FIT. My friends and family have been nothing more than supportive behind the ideas of where I want to take this website and my future. I haven’t even had the site for two months and already have done so much with it, got into a major conference, and finishing the final details of my first sponsor. I am so happy and grateful for the blog’s outcome and most importantly, I am so proud of myself for finally pursuing not only career, but my dreams and I could not be any happier.

Cheers. Hope everyone has a fabulous weekend!


Where I got this look?: Jeans: Urban Outfitters, Bracelet: Plato’s Closet in Exton, Necklace: Normstorms

Purse: Henri Bendel

For following my daily activities, where I got my inspirations, and to follow my experiences in New York City in a couple of weeks, please check out the Follow Me page.

Fall Must Have

Fall Must Have: Black Leather Pants

 Got mine at T.J Maxx for $20

Here is one of the outfits that I put together with these pants.

Where I got this look?: Tank: Older Forever 21, Belt, Necklace, & Bracelet: Normstorm’s, Boots: Urban Outfitters, Purse: Newer Henri Bendel (Got this a couple months ago with my mom, a 65% off sale, and it was only $90).

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Here is another outfit.

Where I got this look?: Shoes: Older Jeffrey Campbells, Shirt: Vintage, Purse: Newer Steve Madden (Got this only for $30), Bracelet: T.J Maxx, Necklace: Older Forever 21.

Tip: Since the shoes have a dull green in them, the brighter purse will bring out the details in the shoes, which I love!

Enjoy! – H


For today, I simply just like to have the chance to say that all victims who had loved ones involved in any part of the last 11 years.. they will never be forgotten. Today, you and your families are in my thoughts and prayers..

9/11.. Never forgot.

My Inspirations.

The past couple of weeks could of not gone any better. I am so happy with my acceptance into TVFU and planning my trip to NYC is the highlight of my day. Also, I have been staying on top of my schoolwork, and haven’t received a grade lower than 100%. My mind and schedule has been completely stress-free! LIFE IS FANTASTIC!

One thing that I have been doing the past couple of days is going through my computer and getting rid of some old pictures.. with that being said, here are a couple of them that will be my inspirations this week. They also add to my new stress-free attitude and lifestyle..

PS.. as if things couldn’t of gotten any better, my dad and I planned a FIT visit before the first day of TVFU.. I am so excited for October.

An older picture I took summers ago of my rainbows.. they’re still my favorite flip flops!

An older picture of an “Evil Eye” bracelet I got years ago.. Still wear this all of the time.

A picture I took a while ago at a state park near my house, I have a million pictures of different cravings that I still love looking through.

I love looking through old photos and almost reliving the memories. This was taken at my High School Graduation.. it’s amazing to me how time flies. BUT LOVE THIS OUTFIT TO THIS DAY!

Hope everyone is having a great week! – H

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