Kristina is a lover of vintage and high-fashion. She has multiple years in social media, working with a variety of businesses in New York City. She enjoys sharing her style through her blog, Twee Valley High, and has contributed to companies such as Conde Nast, BUST Magazine and NPR. Her style has been featured on sites like Buzzfeed and Refinery 29. She spent the last year modeling for Gwynnie Bee and spending time at Trader Joe's.

Recently, Kristina moved back to Texas, where she is pursuing her vintage shop, Hello Tallulah; and exploring the Lone Star State. 

Her favorite things include puppies, pumpkin pie and Parks and Recreation.

How did you first start blogging?

I started blogging in 2007, creating a street style blog from my hometown of San Antonio, Texas. I experimented with fashion and was inspired by street style all around me. I set out to prove that Texas fashion was more than just jeans and a T-shirt. Although it was never my goal, starting a street style blog helped me become more social and meet new people. I started a personal style blog in 2010 after moving to NYC. 

What camera do you use?

Canon Rebel t3i

Have you ever done a video project?

I collaborated on a super 8 film called 'Fetti. It's darnright delightful!

Where are you from?

Originally from San Antonio, Tx, I went to school in Austin and moved to New York City about 7 years ago. In 2017, I moved back to San Antonio. 

What do you like to blog about?

I usually stay in the fashion and beauty department, but occasionally expand to other things like lifestyle, food or film. 

How would you describe your style?

My style is sort of sock-hop meets twee old lady. I’m a big fan of girl-groups and French new wave films. Over the years, I've honed in on the things I love most. I strive for a mix of a hats and white gloves mixed with my love of crazy cat sweaters and glitter. It makes my style me!

Who are your style icons?

Some of my major inspirations include Ronnie Spector (The Ronettes) and Marlo Thomas (That Girl). 

Who are your favorite designers?

Red Valentino, Oscar de la Renta, Miu Miu and Honor

Do you have any NYC shopping recommendations?

NYC thrift stores are usually picked over, but the Goodwill outlet is the place to go for the ultimate thrifting high. It’s a buy-by-the-pound warehouse where you truly have to dig. I always find something unique. This includes vintage Coach bags, amazing records and an Oscar de la Renta skirt for mere dollars. 

My favorite vintage stores include all the shops owned by L Train Vintage. While not everything is amazing, it’s all vintage and all super cheap ($7-$40). For the nicer stuff, Amarchord and Brooklyn Flea have amazing pieces. 

Click here for my food and shopping guide to NYC.

Do you write for other websites?

I used to write for xoJane and BUST Magazine.

Do you have any travel guides?

I have a guide to NYC and Montreal!

I noticed my photo on your site! I would like it removed, please. How can I contact you?

Nearly all of the photos on Twee Valley High are my own, but if you are the creator of something that has been posted and would like for me to remove it, feel free to e-mail me and it will be promptly taken down.

Can I use your photos? 

You're free to borrow any Twee Valley High photos or content as long as you credit and link back to me.

If you’d like to use photos or content for anything other than your personal blog, such as commercial purposes, please e-mail me beforehand.

Where can I find info on sponsored posts?


Where can I find info about reviewing products?


Can I send you something from my shop?

A gift? Eep, you shouldn't have! I appreciate any and all products sent my way. Any product I receive will be 'for consideration' and there is no guarantee I will specifically write about it, unless agreed upon beforehand. That said, I definitely try my best to feature gifts I love!

How can I contact you?

You can e-mail or contact me through Facebook or Twitter.

What are some things I might not guess about you?

I'm obsessed with Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
I love all things breakfast.
Heathers is one of my very favorite movies.