Tibi :: top & skirt Here & here Manifesto :: sunnies Here or similar here & here Chloe :: wedges Lower version by Chloe here Proenza :: bag Here No matter how long my stay in NYC is, there never seems to be enough time to fully soak up the city. Even after being there … Continued
It’s obvious that I’m a sucker for a well fitting, perfectly flattering, skinny jean.
I can’t think of a better way to wear a pair of sporty trousers, than with a top on the opposite side of the spectrum. When I feel that getting dressed is too easy, it doesn’t sit well with me, I like a challenge.
Tulum, you were absolutely magical, in every tropical way possible.
For those of you who think getting semi dressed up is hard, it isn’t. Sometimes I psych myself out and have a moment of clueless-ness when I want to wear something other than jeans and a tee, until I realize, it’s not that difficult.
So these jeans are pretty freaking cool to begin with, but I’m giving myself major props for cutting the bottoms off and fraying them. Not sure why, but without the frays I wasn’t feeling like they meshed well with my style, but frayed, it’s a perfect fit.
As of recently, I’ve been doubting my short hair. Finally, I embraced the short length only because, I’ve been wearing it super messy and all over the place. Lately- the messier the better, total bed head vibes.
I know what you’re all thinking, “A corset top, is she crazy?”. Okay, let’s be honest, I’m a little crazy, because a corset top is the furthest thing from my usual style. You have to admit, belted, and boyishly worn with baggy jeans, the corset isn’t that bad, is it?
Who knew somewhat see through jackets could be such a game changer. This one by Again Clothing, has officially changed the game, in my wardrobe. Major investment piece.
A little late in the game, but this fringe jacket I just got via Reformation is everything to me right now. I’m having a major, “how did I ever live without this” moment right now, in regards to the fringe jacket.