These days everyone is a self proclaimed “fashionista” and what you wear is often the topic of discussion. There are those who dress effortlessly, those who dress like Kardashian clones and those who have no clue how to put an outfit together. Fashion and personal style are two totally different things in my opinion, you can wear an outfit that’s straight off of the mannequin and that’s fashion. But personal style is a feeling, a vibe, a mood, or whatever you want to call it. It shows off our personality and let’s people know who we are without saying a word.
It is finally 2017 and I couldn’t be happier to see what this year has in store! I have so many goals for myself especially when it comes to my blog and creating my brand. I know it won’t be easy but I’ve never been the kind to turn down a challenge so I’m ready for whatever comes my way.
If you can’t tell I love leopard print! This coat is from the brand Wren I found it at Second Time Around and instantly fell in love. The shoes are DVF which I also got at the same store, leopard print calf hair flats? That’s a no brainer. My outfit is a super basic t-shirt and jeans combo but this printed coat elevates the look. If you want to play with prints but you aren’t sure how I recommend starting off small, accessories like a belt or bag are an easy way to experiment.
Happy New Year!
Hey guys! I’ve been a little M.I.A because school has been taking up so much of my time and before I knew it I was 2 weeks behind on my second post. As you can tell my hair is different from the last time, I’m letting the bush be free for a while, and if it isn’t obvious enough I’m the WORST blonde ever!!
I’ve wanted to start a blog for over 5 years now, but the thought of putting myself out there on a regular basis freaked me out a little… Ok a lot. So I procrastinated and put it off year after year even though it was something I really wanted to do. I kept waiting for the perfect time to start knowing there’s really no such thing and made all the excuses in the world as to why it wasn’t the right time.