I decided to layer my white h&m dress with my furry (warm) sweater, giving it a less “bride to be” look
I’ve had these jeans for over 8 years and they started to feel a little snug. Instead of throwing them out I decided to DIY them instead. I might’ve gotten a bit too carried away with the ripping of the jeans but I still love em!
Shirt & Denim Jack – J.Crew
Necklace & jeans – Forever21
Plaid shirt – Winners
Went in for an unexpected interview literally less than two hours of notice. I came up with this look by mixing formal and casual wear. I personally don’t like to be TOO dressed up when I go to an interview because I don’t feel comfortable in the clothing, nor does it show originality. But Ofcourse it depends on what field you are going into 🙂
So happy with this silk zip up I found at the thrift shop today!! Just had to emphasize its boldness and the animalistic feel 🐯🐯🐯
The key to pulling off a heavy print without making it look too busy is to separate it with solid colors on the inside. Choosing the RIGHT solid color is also key because you don’t want any clashing of the two. Neutrals are usually the safest, I chose to highlight the colors that are already on the silk zipup (army green + black).
Oh and did I mention it has a hood?!
Try it out 🙂
Fashion is an endless cycle. We all know this but i catch myself falling into the trap of it every time. For example, when were overalls ever popular? Probably when i was 5 years old, now what? It’s somehow made sexy?! Now the whole “Grunge” era is back (and i love it). But it just goes to show how fashion works and its all just forecasting the same cycle, just a different times.
Is this why i could never throw away my clothes?
Like if you can relate 😀
MORE OVERALLS AND CHOKER
Went to the Art Gallery of Ontario to see Michelangelo’s previous works that weren’t popular like his other works. It was a serene experience to know that a genius like Michelangelo also had flaws and struggles just as we do.
“If people knew how hard I worked to get mastery, it wouldn’t seem so wonderful at all”