Both my dress and shoes are from fast-fashion companies, which as we knew are not good for the health of our planet. But fast-fashion doesn’t have to be fast. In fact, I bought both items more than two years ago and plan on wearing them for a long time. I am more conscious about my purchases now than I was two years ago though. I look for natural fibers and classic styles that can last even longer.
DETAILS: dress – Zara, shoes – H&M
“Dressing well is a form of good manners.” – Tom Ford
DETAILS: blazer – H&M (similar here), shorts – Express, shoes – Zara (similar here), earrings – Zara
Drama in real life? No, thanks. Drama in the form of ruffled sleeves and flared hem? Yes, please.
DETAILS: shirt – H&M, pants – Zara, shoes – H&M
As much as I love my hoodie and patent pants combination, I love my new chair even more. It’s pretty sexy, if you can call a chair that. I know I can.
DETAILS: hoodie – Forever 21, pants – H&M, mules – Zara
This is my look from yesterday for my cousin’s wedding. It’s impossible to wear red and not feel happy.
DETAILS: dress – Mango, earrings – Zara, shoes – Nine West
“Nobody walks in LA” says that one song. I beg to differ.
DETAILS: jacket – Forever 21 (similar here), jeans – RE/DONE, boots – Zara
When I bought this dress last year, I was imagining wearing it on an overseas vacation somewhere in Italy or France, but until then, it looked just as nice in my own town on Easter Sunday.
DETAILS: dress- JCrew; loafers – Zara (similar), glasses – Ray-Ban