When I started this blog, I started with a color crush post, some reason I stopped doing them after a while. Today, I want to bring back that category since a lot of times, my outfits are inspired by the color I am crushing on for the season.
Tag: fall style
I seriously can’t get enough of this plaid blazer. I have worn it so many times already. It’s currently on sale for $24. Gap has taken a wonderful initiation of creating sustainable clothing through their label Gap for good. The girlfriend Jeans I am wearing is made of sustainable fabric. I love […]
“Friends are the siblings we choose!” I say this more often than anything else. I grew up far away from my cousins so my friends were always the extended family that I missed growing up with. Now that I live 10,000 miles away from home, most of my festivals and […]
No matter how you plan to celebrate Thanksgiving this year, chances are you’ll want something warm, fall-inspired and stylish to wear!
Dressing feminine is a tough balance between pieces, fit, and accessories. A clothing item that is chic but fits odd can take away the sophisticated look. Similarly, a bow too big, ruffles too frilly or a necklace too shinny can look too gaudy.
Pearls are always appropriate! I would pick pearls over diamonds any day. The soft jewelry is classy, royal and timeless.
Wearing: Asos Tee (Similar here, here and here) | Old Navy pants (Wearing size 0R) | Target Blazer (last seen here) | Loafers (under $50 here) | Mango Bag (last seen here) | Sunglasses | Hat These chinos from Old Navy are the best-fitted pants ever. They are super soft […]
All the world is made of faith, trust and a little bit of pixie dust!
Tinker Bell is my favorite Disney Fairy. I have watched every single movie ever made on her and watched them a countless number of times.
Outfit#1: Old Navy shirt | Grey Jeans | Tory Burch Bag | Quay Shades | Kohls Mules (similar here, here and here) Outfit #2: Zara Dress (last seen here; similar here) | Old Navy Jeans | Old Navy Flats Keep your head, heels, and standards high because what you allow is what will continue. […]