Something Old, Something New

Vintage Twin set

Hey guys!!! So happy to be back posting. I’m here to share a “something old” piece that I’m really excited about. It’s a vintage twin cardigan set. The colors are beautiful, and it’s made with the most lush poly blend ever.

 outfit details: twin set (here, here); jeans: H&M ( here ,  here ); booties: Charles by Charles David ( here ,  here )

outfit details: twin set (here, here); jeans: H&M (here, here); booties: Charles by Charles David (here, here)

I paired my fun print, vintage twin set with a new pair of straight leg black jeans that I recently picked up from H&M. Even though H&M doesn’t always hit a high note with me, I will say that it’s one of the best retailers for popping in to buy BASICs.

Honored to have my brother, Mainstream Images, shot these pictures for me. He is one of my biggest supporters and suppliers for my business. He actually gifted me this lovely vintage twin set.

Camo Smiles

Hi guys, I’m back on the blog with a little personal style fun. As you can clearly see these photos aren't the usual beautifully shot, high fashion outfits that I normally feature here on the blog. I wanted to show you guys my more candid side.

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After piling loads of camo pieces over my oversized midi length dress, my bf thought I looked pretty cool and wanted snap a few shots. I insisted that we shoot with my cell phone using my favorite photo apps, HUJI Cam. I also love the fact that he didn’t wait for me to pose at all. I don’t know about you guys but I just love off guard shots.

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Not that I will intentionally wear this outfit all together again; individually, these piece rock. This is probably one of the most comfortable outfits I’ve worn. This oversized poly dress is easy to pair with any type of footwear or layering piece. It’s perfect for transitioning the seasons. And what can I say about my “dad sandals”. I don’t know the actual names of them, but boy are they comfy. They also add a bit of contrast to dresses and girly looks.

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Paris Fashion Week - Loewe SS19

After flipping through about 50 still photos and watching the pieces in motion coming down the runway, the only thing I could really think was how much I loved all of the textures. From sophisticated satin and brightly colored feathers to raffia cross-body bags; this collection spoke to every part of me. Could I possibly be a Loewe woman now?

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Loewe has never been on my radar, as I’ve always viewed it as a brand known for it’s luxury accessories and leather good. However, with this collection there were notes of a nomadic, carefree woman that I found rather relatable. The color palette was easily disgestible, and to my liking. The silhouettes ranged from fringed and flowly to more structured blazers which reinforced the brands elegance.

Could this be the start of a budding aspirational relationship between myself and Loewe