wouldn't you like a dress that you can wear to a cocktail party, a business meeting, or going out for dinner? I would!! When it comes to shopping, I think as an investor (most of the time.) I like to buy pieces that have good return on investment.
I've never been a fan of cropped tops. I feel that unless you are on the beach, your midsection should not be on display. For me cropped tops chop the body and they don't exude elegance and femininity.
I am so for comfy stylish looks. If you've been following my blog you can see that in my outfit selection. I like clothes that I can go out for dinner with and swing by to do some shopping before. I stopped buying beautiful items that I feel tortured in.
We are trained to accept the norm. We think that someone has a balanced life merely because he/she fits the prototype. When we encounter individuals or situations that are off the rigid tracks of life we learned to identify with, it throws us off balance.
How many times we swim against the current to get us back into that " safe zone"?
On my last trip to Miami I was relaxing by the pool with a group of friends. The ecstatic screams of kids combined with adults chatting and laughing, some light Roc music in the background intermingled with the sounds of waves of the ocean near by all made for such a happy fun atmosphere.
The animal print is one trend that doesn't fade away. It is also one that creates a statement and demands attention. Designers showcased this trend in all the 2015 fashion weeks ranging from the romantic butterfly patterns to the wild tiger prints.
Do you have pieces in your closet that you only wear for your dirty work (fixing things around the house or the backyard)? And do you get surprised when a friend compliments you on an item you are wearing that you think is one of the ugliest clothes you have?
Printed, relaxed fit, soft material pants are so in this season. I call them Pajama bottoms. They actually look and feel like it. I am so loving this trend. I mean you get to dress for comfort, how cool is that?
Polkadots make one happy looking at them. Don't you agree? There is something playful and spontaneous about this pattern. Whether uniform or varied, polkadots represent joy, bubbliness, and creativity. They also make whoever is wearing this pattern look so approachable, loving, and lovable.
I went through my closet last year and revamped it because I hate clutter. Everything that I didn't wear for a year I got rid off. During the process I realized that there are certain clothes I keep going back to no matter how many new items I purchased.