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I am addicted to Kim Kardashian Hollywood. Bible.
Being that this is a confession post, I am going to start out with the truth. I have always been addicted to games like this. When I was younger I would search the internet for dress up games, Zoo Tycoon games, anything SIMS-esque. I love looking fabulous and ruling the world (insert “does life imitate art or vice-versa argument here”). Admittedly, it has been a long while since I last played one of these digital games. With school and simply life in general, I have not had time to get sucked into any alternate universes. 
I decided to download Kim K’s new game, Kim Kardashian Hollywood, from the app store when I read a post over on Jezebel, where the author spent almost $500 on in-app purchases. I have a huge rule about saying no to the tempting offers to buy virtual fabulousness, but I knew that I needed to play this game. I could feel my inner addict trying to escape as I clicked through screenshots. 
As you can see, my avatar is gorgeous. Not to toot my own horn or anything, but this character is basically me on my best day. I’m serious, I really look like this in real life. The sophisticated but sexy bob, the white nail polish, and sultry eyeshadow. IT’S ALL ME. Needless to say, the striking resemblance to my real life self is one of the leading contributors to my addiction.
The game is a lot of fun. Especially if you are like me and are constantly preparing for the moment when fame finally calls your name. I don’t want to give away the game’s plot, but I am slowly making my way off the “E List”, one gossip column at a time. I will say that it is kind of frustrating that Kim isn’t at her house every time I drop by… I thought she was supposed to be my homie? Who am I supposed to turn to when I just want to chat, ya know? Girl talk? Other than her mysterious absence and the absurd amount of time it takes to regain energy, this game is perfect. The clothes are fabulous, the buildings are fabulous, and the dating scene is ahh-mazing.  
Welp, that’s about it. I am almost 20 years old and I am addicted to an app. It is very likely that I am simply yearning to get back to California and this game is filling that void. Either way, I am very, very, very happy to have Kim Kardashian Hollywood in my life. Now that I have spent entirely too much time writing this piece, I am going to get back to my real life. Toodles! 
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I wonder if I could pull of this look? It would be perfect for rolling out of bed for my 8 am classes!
Polka Dot shorts from J.Crew! 
Living in California, 99% of my outfits contain shorts. I realized the hard way that I can only wear denim cutoffs so many ways before I start to feel like Jessica Simpson in the Dukes of Hazzard. This summer I set out on a mission to find fun and unique pairs of shorts that I could buy to diversify my collection. These J.Crew beauties are exactly the type of fun print and funky cut that I need! The polka dots are super playful and the scalloped pockets add a hint of preppy sophistication. Self proclaimed southern belle, Abby, postd these on her site and I immediately fell in love! I will definitely be hunting these down and adding them to my wardrobe. My entire closet is getting a makeover and these need to be a staple. 

Stay Fabulous,
Ahlia xoxo
For a long as I can remember, I have been obsessed with wearing bright pops of color. I always wore blue eyeliner instead of black and purple eyeshadow instead of bronze. I didn’t even own a pair of basic black flats until my freshman year of college!
Suddenly, however, all I can think about is neutrals. I don’t know if it’s because I am getting older or the Kim & Kanye wardrobe do over, but loud colors just aren’t speaking to me anymore. Regardless of the trigger, I am really attracted to keeping it simple. This look on, Negin Mirsalhi, is exactly what I want to start pulling off. White and olive green are a great combination and work for just about ever season.
Instead of focusing on loud colors, I want to look for unique shapes, prints and textures. Crop tops are everywhere, but this fun cut puts a unique spin on a common trend. Accessorizing with white nail polish and some gold accessories is all this outfit needed to be complete. It looks so effortless and comfortable! 
I say I’m going neutral now, but only time will tell if that will really be the case!
Stay Fabulous,
Ahlia xoxo
!! 2Lit Clothing Giveaway !!
Have you checked out my interview with 2Lit Clothing, yet? If not, you are seriously missing out. Click this link here to find out how Amir George and Justin Glover started their own clothing line from absolutely nothing. 
Now that you are throughly impressed and excited about 2Lit, use this link to enter for a chance to win the “Limited Edition” 2Lit Clothing shirt above. This shirt is no longer in production, so this is your only chance to get your hands on one! Follow the the instructions and don’t forget to share this post.
Stay Fabulous,Ahlia xoxo 
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