Jeans I Love

Although I’m from Puerto Rico and jeans aren’t usually my go-to outfit staple, ever since living in Boston, I’ve worn jeans plenty of times. It’s good for every season and I love being able to throw it on for any occasion. I have multiple pairs of jeans but there are so many washes and styles out there that I can’t help wanting more and more. Here are a few of my favorite jeans and brands.


I recently bought the American Apparel Easy Jean and I absolutely love it. They feel like leggings and are really flattering. When buying these jeans, however, I had to buy size large (which I usually don’t even consider) because AA makes their clothes for really thin people and I, being a latina, am definitely very curvy. This is something to consider when buying the Easy Jean but other than that, I love it.

american eagle artist jeans

I absolutely love all American Eagle jeans. The quality is amazing and the fit is so flattering. I have a pair of skinny jeans that I absolutely love and use all the time (I might have to get a new pair soon). However, today, I bought this pair of Artist Jeans online. I’m already obsessed with them! They look super flattering and they seem like a good fit to wear with heels, flats, or booties for the fall. 

Undoubtedly, I will collect more and more jeans over the next few months as the weather turns colder. I’m a big fan of worn in jeans and once the weather is chillier, I like pairing jeans with sweaters, or tops and cardigans on top of it. What are your favorite pairs of jeans and brands?



Shopping on Newbury Street

Newbury Street is the place to go in Boston for great shopping. It features a great array of high end and lower end stores so there’s definitely a place for everyone. It also features some of the best restaurants in Boston so, after a long day of shopping, you can sit back, relax, and eat a great meal.

Yesterday, I went with my friends (and roommates) to shop around and I took some photos with my new camera. I experimented a lot with focus, aperture, and other settings and it was fun knowing there was a picture or two that I really liked.



There was a farmer’s market going on and our original plan was to buy snacks for our dorm room but we got so sidetracked at American Apparel that we totally ended up forgetting about it. I was super impressed by the wonderful sunflowers that were in the backdrop. That’s my friend, Claudia, by the way.


That’s me trying to find a Bank of America on Google Maps. (Photo by Claudia. Shirt, Brandy Melville; Cardigan, Old Navy.)


We also enjoyed wonderful street music. These guys were amazing, playing Bruno Mars’s “Locked Out of Heaven” in a totally awesome jazzy tune. I just love how people can be so creative and unique.