Coat: Cotton On (similar here) Jeans: Bershka (similar here) Shoes: Giuseppe Zanotti
Got this long coat at Cotton On last Christmas. Unfortunately it’s no longer available but I found a similar one at ASOS, and I’m selling one in a size up on my poshmark closet too. Although I’m starting to wonder if I should take it down because I love it and wouldn’t mind having 2 when one gets faded or messed up lol. Club Monaco also has a really cute, more investment type one that I also love here on their site.
Missssssss Bershka. This has easily become one of my favorite EU stores since I’ve started traveling to Europe more. I love how their clothes fit and the prices are unbeatable. I bought these jeans at their latest sale, if you live anywhere near one I suggest you take a peak
This Shirt Dress? Yessssss! Lol, I LIVE in this thing like every other DAY! Lol, got it at H&M 2 months ago and here’s a super cute one for only $32! I found a sleeveless one over at Nasty Gal too These shoes of course, are from none other than a personal fave SCHUTZ Shoes*heart, heart, heart!!!*. They’re called the Schutz Kija and I also live in them as my fave summer heel. Super comfortable and makes ANY outfit look stunning. I don’t wear heels everyday, but these are ones that I CAN wear on the daily if I wanted to ;-). My purse, ok, so I went to the coach outlet with my mom a few weekends ago. They were having a sale where all these bags, mind you GENUINE LEATHER bucket bags! were only $99! and if you bought more than one it was $75 so my mom and I got one each! Totes in love!!!!. It’s the PERFECT work bag and fits everything in it! (that might not be a great thing for me but I’m still in love). But I couldn’t find it anywhere online so the closest one I found was this one at Madewell. Enjoy! xx
Gladiators: Zara SS2015, no longer available but super cute similar ones for only $63 here. Shorts: F21 Shirt & Chain Purse: Zara, similar purse here & shirt too.
Trying to organize my life. Ever feel overwhelmed a little in your brain? Like, you have so many ideas and things you want to do but you haven’t quite figured out how to sort them all out. I’m curious in knowing how you’ve overcome this, if you have. What tips would you share that helps you filter the mass idea process out? Comment and share below please. Cuz I need help Jesus, and I’m sure someone else out there does too
Dress: Zara SS2015 (similar here) Shoes: Schutz Accesories: F21 Sunglasses: Ray Ban
This dress? Bought it in Barcelona and sooooo in love with it. I walked right by it initially and then went back like ???? Then when I tried it on I knew it was a steal. Did you watch the haul video where I dished about it and all the other pieces I nabbed? Take a peek! There are some pretty cute things and you know the sale is still on right? Get some great ideas for what to scoop!
I don’t think I’ve ever felt prettier. I remember when I was little, I was obsessed with wearing dresses because I thought it made me look like a princess. I wanted nothing more than to be like Belle from Beauty and the Beast and Cinderella. I remember when they would transform from their rags to the beautiful dress they wore dancing with their prince charming. That initial twirl they did when they first had the dress on. They way they looked at themselves and the joy, the confidence they had was all a little girl wanted to experience. It was the richest feeling in the world to me.
Then I grew up, and somewhere along the way, I lost sight of that. I forgot that feeling and what it was like. I’ve always wore jeans. Skinny jeans especially, they were my go to. If you noticed, or have been with me for a while on this blogging journey, you’ll see I used to wear jeans A LOT. One day my sister asked me why I wore jeans so much, suggesting I wear more dresses and skirts. I think it came from not having that confidence when I was younger. I remember being “skinnier” than the other kids in school. And kids will always let you know that you’re different and why it’s a bad thing. I told myself when I have kids of my own I will teach them defense mechanisms for that and to embrace being different. To tell them “so what, you look like everyone else and what special about that?”
What were your insecurities as a child? Do they still exist? And what do you think you’ll teach YOUR kids? Lol.