Top: Forever 21 (old); Skirt: JCPenney (old); Shoes: Zara (old); Necklace and Sunnies: Sira&Mara
Tee: Kohl’s (old); Shorts: Target (old); Shoes: Zara (old); Bag: bought at a little boutique in Madrid; Belt, Sunnies and Bracelets: Sira&Mara
Romper: TJ Maxx (old); Shoes: Sole Society (old); Bag: Zara (old); Bracelets and Necklace: Sira&Mara
A few days ago, somebody left a comment on my Instagram account asking me to do a post about graduation dresses, so here I am. I already had this shoot scheduled, and I thought that it would be a great example of a dress that can be worn for the ceremony (with the jacket on) and for the celebration (without the jacket). I have found LOTS of affordable options (I’ve placed the shoes that I’d use with each dress right by the dress) for those of you having a graduation coming up. Congratulations!! And make sure to find a dress you love! Those pictures are forever there to remind you of your great accomplishment!
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Top: JCPenney (old); Short and Belt: Forever 21 (old); Shoes: Target (old); Necklace and Bracelets: Sira&Mara
I’d like to share this quote with you all in hopes that, like I have been for the last few days, you need a reminder: ““The truth is, unless you let go, unless you forgive yourself, unless you forgive the situation, unless you realize that the situation is over, you cannot move forward.”
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Tee: Target; Jeans: Zara (old); Shoes: Zara (old and DIY toe cap); Bracelet and belt: Sira&Mara
I have been called a clothes hoarder a time or two (or hundreds), and these jeans are exactly why people are dead wrong. I am fashion preserver. I am fully aware that fashion is cyclical, so I refuse to get rid of any clothing I love if it is in good condition, because I know the trend will come back. While flares may have not made a comeback just yet, I love them, and I am glad that I have kept this pair for 10 years.
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