It’s been instilled in our heads for years, that chuck styled sneakers in every form, look better after a few months wear.
Slinky separates seemed to be the very most I could wear on the last day of NYFW.
Proof that even the sportiest of outfits can come off as a completely polished look, with the right pair of heels and a clean hairstyle.
Here I am filling in two major holes in my wardrobe.
When in doubt about a new purchase, envision more than one way to wear it.
I most definitely will not stop wearing this jacket. It’s getting to the point where I might need to get a backup, ready on hand, in emergency of this one failing me.
There’s only so much one can do with a floral dress.
This question is something I ask myself more and more lately when I stumble upon something I feel is too good to be true. When I say too good to be true I mean the price just doesn’t match up to the product. I don’t like direct copies but when large companies like Zara, Top Shop, Asos, etc. take a trend or an idea and use it as inspiration to create their own version; I applaud that type of innovation. When I stumble upon pieces that make me go “Is this real life?”, I feel like I should share them with the world. I want to share these types of discoveries as much as possible. This sporty Zara top has airy silk sleeves, a waffled body and an immaculate fit. It’s happening, two words I thought I would never use together, Sporty-Fem. Yes, It’s sporty and feminine at the same time, if that’s possible? I normally wouldn’t blurt out a dollar amount of something but I feel like it’s appropriate in this post. This Zara top was $79, and it feels and wears as if it could be sold for $1000. In stores now, also in black, get it HERE.