The Essential Accessory of 2017 - Baseball Caps

I don't know about you, but I can't go anywhere without seeing baseball caps nowadays! They've become such an essential in my wardrobe. It's the perfect accessory to complete any look. The cap I'm wearing in the photos below is one from A Breath of Mehek on Instagram! It reads my name "Aania" in Arabic and is custom embroidered! I love that it's unique and that you can request to get anything you want written on it! I've been wearing it non-stop! In the pictures below, I went for the ultimate basic-girl look and paired my hat with a satin bomber jacket with embroidered sleeves, a white shirt, gold earring hoops, black jeggings (SO comfy!), and my favorite white canvas sneakers.   

National Puppy Day & The Seattle Humane Society

If you should know one thing about me, and only one, it should be that I love animals! I love pets the most though because they provide so much companionship, unconditional love and support, and a sense of responsibility. That's why, for this National Puppy Day (March 23rd) I teamed up with the Seattle Humane Society to shed a light on their amazing shelter and adoptable pets! Everyone needs a pet, and there's nothing better than saving a pet's life by adopting a shelter animal. Below, you can find out details about the shelter, the perks to adopting from a shelter, and ways to help animals in need.

Spring Open House: Zoe's Events

This past Tuesday evening, I was invited to attend the most stunning event! The event was an Open House or feature of Zoe's Event Space, an event planning service and location located in Capitol Hill. There was great music, delicious food, and I felt very pampered! The location and vibe of the room was as "Seattle" as it gets. It was the perfect place to have a wedding, party, or other celebration. I love attending events at such beautiful places that make me fall in love with Seattle all over again! My favorite parts of the night included getting to learn how to make floral crowns with Thatch Floral (who always amazes me with her floral skills), enjoying my time in the lovely courtyard outside, and listening to the band

Being A Brown Girl In The US

If you didn't know, my parents are from Pakistan. My family immigrated to the United States when I was very young. I love being the fusion of cultures. My favorite things from Pakistan are the clothes and food, but I also love the opportunities, freedom, and mindset that I have because I was raised in the US. Anything that is a fusion of these cultures is something I adore and appreciate.