Fall Fashion

Fall is definitely making its entrance as the days get shorter and the nights get longer. In California, there’s a visible difference as every morning when I wake up at 6:00 am to get ready for school, I blearily check my phone a few times to make sure it really is 6:00 am and not the middle of the night. If I had to choose a favorite season, I would definitely choose fall! I love windy weather, baggy sweaters, soft scarves that hug your neck all day, and the warm and toasty home cuisine that you get to experience every year, so I’ll definitely be making a few more posts about AUTUMN, the best season of the year, very soon!

One key difference that one can spot during Fall is definitely…………. drum roll……………….. (you probably already guessed by the title of the post)………………….. FASHION!

Now, I’m not a TRUE fashionista, the ones that wake up hours earlier than they have to to pick out their outfits for the day, but I enjoy fashion and keeping up with the latest trends. Here are the fall colors that I absolutely adore!


1, Emerald green


Emerald somehow gives a bright pop to the chilly fall weather, and makes you stand out on a dreary day! The color is just so rich and full that it completes an outfit whether it be just an accessory or a belt. It’s refreshing and gives you a “cool look”.

2. Poop brown. Just kidding! … Chocolate brown. 😉


Definitely my favorite color of the season, hands down. Brown is such a comfortable color that gives you a wonderfully “scruffy” look. Wait. Maybe that’s the wrong word. Either way, when you wake up everyday at 6:00 am and fumble around the dark room for something to wear, your hand will automatically go towards the fluffiest, warmest, most comfortable article of clothing you can find on the dresser, and that piece of clothing will almost always be in the color brown for me. Whether it be those chic brown combat boots, that sleek brown bag, the intricate brown belt, or that delightfully baggy brown sweater, brown is the way to go for the chilly Fall weather!

3. Maroon


Okay, maybe I lied earlier. Maroon………. ♥_♥ Such a wondrous color. It’s so hard to choose! Maroon is a dark color, but with a splash of color to brighten up a look. Did that make sense? Sometimes magical things just can’t be described. It always makes me think of Hogwarts and maroon scarves. Team Gryffindor! But anyways, maroon is a great color to have, especially in skinny jeans. If you’re feeling lazy and decide to put on an old t-shirt, maroon skinny jeans always instantly make the outfit more sleek and polished. Maroon boots are amazing as well. It gives a warm look to complement the rest of your outfit, regardless of what color you’re wearing.

4. Mustard yellow


And of course, here comes the yellow! Yellow is my overall favorite color! Maybe not specifically for the fall, but it’s a great color on an outfit, regardless. Its nice and sunny appearance gives a splash of brightness to an outfit and makes you stand out from other people. Not to mention, it’s the color of rain coats as well, which is perfect for the Fall!


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You Don’t Know

Coming home and seeing a messy room, I knew that it was about time to finally clean it. After all, a fresh school year = a fresh room… Right? So, I was looking through my old documents and I came across the journal I had a few years back. Turns out, I wrote lyrics to a song I made up. This is from January 12, 2011 (just the rap, HAHA):

I know I gotta get this right off all my chest

I know by saying this, I might be a total pest

But you gotta understand

You gotta know


That before I sleep I will myself

To have you in my dreams

That to me being with you

Is better than sweets or creams

That I memorize the tune

Your digits make on my phone

That to me you are a savior

Just like Arc de Joan


You don’t know

that I write songs about you

Day after Day

Don’t know that I write texts to you

Anxious if they are okay

That your face your smile your words

refuse to exit my mind

That I find myself doodling hearts

with your  name next to mine


You don’t know.

And you never will.


Cheesy, yes? Oh, memories… 🙂

This is My Life

This particular piece I wrote is about my situation with my older brother. He is amazingly intellectual and very successful. He’s studying in the medical field in one of the top colleges in the nation: Berkeley. This poem expresses how I feel sometimes about parents not realizing the pain that their child feels when compared with their sibling. Hopefully, I will be able to touch many of your hearts or spark a feeling of understanding in my fellow younger siblings out there.

A baby is born

The adults scream in delight

They wonder of his future

As he runs to the light

He grows up with care

Constant love that’s undying

The support gives him wings

To the future he’s flying

He runs home

With papers in his hands

Awards and certificates

He has millions of fans

Then the next baby comes by

The adults expect more

Instead of screaming and cheering

They don’t care anymore

She comes home

With her first A

She expects praise and love

But their faces are gray

The expectations

They pile as high as Mount Everest

She must be better



But no

She finally decided

Realization came and

Now she knows her life’s misguided

So she unlocked the door

Of oppression and greed

And entered a life

Where she herself could succeed

Now she looks in the mirror

And sees her reflection

As a proud young girl

Confident of her perfection

I will be who I am

The one I want to be

I will not follow his footsteps

I will find freedom’s key

I approached hesitantly

Stopping before the door

Unlocking it to greatness

I saw life’s wonders and more

This is my life

And I’m lovin’ it (McDonald’s theme song cue)