Chilly weather calls for a chic jacket! There is no need to worry about the change of climate when I can wear my stylish and classic Zara jacket (also worn here), and my leopard scarf!
Wishing you a blessed day! Thank you so much for reading!
I hope your day is filled with lots of love, great moments that take your breathe away and many blessings. I'll be celebrating my birthday with family and friends tonight. Loving that it's a 3 day weekend... BONUS!! ;)
As a child, I was always fond of the color pink and thought that blue was the enemy color. I would vow to wear blue as little as I could. Fast forward many years later, and here I am a huge fan of that color (especially cobalt)! I just love how it pops out against my coloring and brings life to so many outfits!
Mixing patterns seems so daring and out of the comfort zone, but it doesn't have to be that scary. It's simpler when both differing pattern pieces are the same color scheme. I have demonstrated here that both my skirt and top, although diverse in pattern, are black and beige. This creates similarity, so that the difference doesn't seem so extreme.
So, pattern mixing can be taken in baby steps. It's like saying, "let me dip my toe in the water to see if I'm up for it." And you know what I say? Go for it because fashion is worth experimenting!!
Now that my little pep talk is over, have a great day guys!! Thank you so much for always reading!
Two weeks ago, I debuted the first 'Double Take' look featuring Lily Collins. This week I decided to re-do another famous person's look: Kate Middleton. Her classic take on this look is elegant and refined. I fell in love with the whole look immediately, but the price was a bit steep. So, I decided to recreate the look for less with this darker hued trench coat that has the exact same style as Kate Middleton's. Let's compare prices: