WHAT DID trendy trevi LEARN THIS CHRISTMAS?
I learned to not expect anything. I learned to never walk away from
opportunities. I learned to trust my instincts and be bold. 2017 was a
great year for me both with my education and in my personal life. I'm
finally a senior at UTRGV, I've found my track, I know what I want to do
with my life and I owe it all to the amazing guidance I have. My family,
professors, Jesus, thanks y'all for being amazing figures in my life.
I'm happy that this Christmas my family and I were so calm with
everything. We baked 🍪🍪cookies 🍪🍪, slept in the living room in our
pjs, watched ELF and Krampus, and just stayed cozy as a little family. It's
all about being humble and staying true to what really matters. I've
worked retail for three Black Fridays and Christmas seasons, and every
year I see people stressing about money and what to gift others for the
holidays. They're always freaking out about it being too inexpensive or
too expensive and it just breaks my heart seeing that.
Whether you're a believer in God, or not, Christmas is a still a time to
spend with family. This year I spent Christmas Eve with my boyfriend
and his family for a couple of hours and I was oh so happy. I baked
cookies and brownies for them and got to meet their family. Afterwards, I
spent the rest of the night with my family eating, laughing and chilling.
✨SHOP MY OUTFIT✨
P A J A M A T R E N D
Couldn't be happier with my new little top that I got on $ale at Banana
Republic (it's linked above)! I wore it twice in a row because, why not?
It's chic, comfy, and classy. The key to building a cohesive wardrobe is
staying in a color scheme. Obviously, I do 50 shades of pink, black
& white for the fall / winter.
+ PINK TEDDY COATS
BE YOUR OWN INSPIRATION.