Who’s THAT Girl?

“Let’s do what we love and do a lot of it.” – Marc Jacobs

Who’s THAT Girl?

Who am I? Just a fun loving, 30 years young, bourbondrinking, mermaidobsessed, fashion designer living in Las Vegas. 

Ayron, pronounced Air-in, not A-Aron, high five to anyone who gets the joke. Born in California where I spent most of my life but, also spent several years of my youth living in northern Michigan. I recently graduated from Sanford Brown College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts emphasizing onFashion Design. I currently work as a cocktail waitress at one of the pools on the strip, it’s fun but its not as glamourous as everyone thinks.

My love for fashion came at an early age; playing dress up, cutting up my Barbie clothes to make them more “trendy,” changing my purses daily to match my outfits, and putting together collages of outfits from magazine cut outs. Fashion has been such a large part of my life. Friends are ALWAYS asking for advice on what to wear, “are these shoes cute,” “where can I find the best skinny jeans,” which lead to me start blogging. PLUSI live in a pretty cool city that doesn’t get enough credit or recognition for it’s culture.


What’s THIS Blog About?

Las Vegas kind of has a bad rep, I mean its called Sin City after all. However, after living here for several years, I’ve started to discover that there is a lot of fashion, art and culture in this city. Believe it or not, you can live in Las Vegas (or just outside of the city) and have a NORMAL life (but what’s considered normal these days). Being a Las Vegas local, we have access to some of the best restaurants around the world, beautiful art galleries, amazing entertainment, and beautiful hiking out at Red Rock Canyon just outside of the city. This city is amazing and I want everyone to know that there is more to “Sin City” then just gambling, strip clubs and booze.



So follow me along a somewhat glamorous, slightly tipsy, but never boringadventure of this thing I call life living in Las Vegas.

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