Happy Wednesday, everybody! These posts are becoming, slowly but surely, my fave posts to do! I have been very lucky to virtually meet lots of wonderful women through social media, and today I get to do this post with one of my very faves: the wonderful Sara from Sabby Style. I love absolutely everything about this girl. She has the best personality & if you do not follow her on Instagram, you are missing some serious outfit action. Today, we are styling denim on denim, and I love how Sara used the light top for contrast. Please visit Sara’s blog for outfit details here.
Top: Gap (thrifted); Jeans (Zara; distressed DIY); Shoes: Target (old); Scarf and Bracelets: Sira&Mara
Even though I make a conscious effort not to talk about Sira&Mara here and let the accessories do the talking, today I need to talk about THE scarf! We recently launched our collection of scarves and leg warmers, and this scarf is selling non-stop (if you pre-ordered the scarf; please disregard the color here. Lighting was kind of tricky. The exact color is the one on the site’s pic). While I will not try to pretend that it is even close to being cold enough to wear a scarf on the streets of Miami, the AC in public places is always INSANE here. Therefore, I always carry a scarf or a jacket with me to wear at restaurants, etc. This one is going to be a close companion from this point forward
Happy Monday, everybody! If you have a full-time job in addition to your blog and you post daily, I have no idea how you do it. My last two weeks have been insane! So I was MIA last week, but here I am again with a basic look that is so my cup of tea. These pants are a dream come true. Fitted enough to be flattering and loose enough to be super comfy. I must confess that I am not a die-hard fan of camo pants, but these are really cool! I decided to pair them with my new favorite heels, because I did not want to look super casual. I believe that the shoes and the animal print bracelet did the trick.
Wishing you all a wonderful week! Thanks for stopping by!
Top and skirt: JCPenney (old; see options below); Shoes: Primark (no available in the US; see options below); Bracelets: Sira&Mara
I often see Instagram pictures of women planning their outfits. While I love many of them, outfit planning (unless for a special event such as wedding) is something that I cannot do. I, in general, am not a planner. I do not loike predictability. I do not like knowing what is going to happen. So, I think that is why I refuse to plan my outfits. As a result, funky mixes like these two pieces of clothing occur I love both the top and the skirt and I just felt like wearing them the same day. That’s my 5 seconds planning!
Happy Monday, everybody! You may or may not know that I’m collaborating with Unimas morning show “Tu Dia Alegre” as a fashion on a budget contributor. You know that is totally my cup of tea! If you missed my first segment about how to make your own distressed denim – which I often feature here – make sure to watch here. Even though it is in Spanish, the only thing you need to know after you watch how I ripped the jeans is that I do a full cycle in the washer, one full cycle in the dryer and repeat this process again for a total of two full cycles.
A few days back, I taped my second segment and I wore this delicious jumpsuit from Julian Chang. I fell in love with Julian Chang during Miami’s Fashion Week, and I am so thrilled that I get to wear his designs for my segments.
Have a lovely week!
Feliz Lunes, mi gente! No se si sabeis que estoy colaborando con el programa de Unimas “Tu Dia Alegre” aportando mi granito de arena como colaborado de moda asequible. Ya sabeis que la moda asequible me encanta! Si os perdisteis mi primer segmento – en el cual os muestro como envejecer vuestros jeans – lo podeis ver aqui. Hace unos dias estuve grabando mi segundo segmento y luci esta preciosidad de mono de Julian Chang. Me enamore de su coleccion durante la semana de la moda de Miami y estoy fascinada de ahora poder lucir sus modelitos durante mis grabaciones.
Today I am super excited to introduce you to Tara of Mix and Match Fashion. Tara and I have been working together for a while through my business, and she is a personal fave of mine when it comes to fashion bloggers. The one thing I love about Tara is that she infuses lots of color into her wardrobe (which is not something that I do often, so I get to learn a lot from her). Tara and I would like to show you how we wear one of the hottest trends of the last few seasons: animal print.
This outfit by Tara is a perfect example of why I love her. Do you know when you see somebody mixing and matching and they look like they’ve spent way too much time trying to put the outfit together? Tara does it so effortlessly. I love it. Her sweater is dreamy, and I am obsessed with the metallic touch provided by the shoes and the pop of color from the bag. For all details about Tara’s outfit, please visit her blog here.
I decided to keep my outfit really simple and let these fabulous shoes do all the talking. This is how I put outfits together when I am on the run. I pick a pair of statement shoes and grab a simple dress or a pair of jeans and a plain tee. How do you infuse style using animal print? Please tag me on Instagram using #styleinfusions so I can see how you do it!
I got this super cool jacket from Kohl’s. I bought it on clearance for $20, and it was definitely one of the greatest finds of the last season that I spent in cold weather (I live in Miami now). I paired my jacket with a lovely dress that added a pop of color to the very neutral ensemble finished with nude heels.
This round of Style Infusions brings you the lovely Rachel of Rachel’s Lookbook. I have been following Rachel for a while now, and I love her very feminine style. Since my style if all over the place, I love to get inspiration from others depending on my mood. Rachel and I would like to share with you how we style a leather jacket. I got this super cool jacket from Kohl’s. I bought it on clearance for $20, and it was definitely one of the greatest finds of the last season that I spent in cold weather (I live in Miami now). I paired my jacket with a lovely dress that added a pop of color to the very neutral ensemble finished with nude heels.
How do you infuse style using a leather jacket? Please use #styleinfusions on Instagram so I can see how wear your leather jackets!