Dress- Forever 21
So after a super long break, I’ve finally come back to my usual full time blogging. If you follow me on
midst of completing a personal collection for my portfolio.
in the middle of this crazy Winter in New York. This look is one of the first I wore thus far since being
back and its a been of a clean almost all white look for the dramatics of blending in with that pure white
of the snow.
of other unseen layers underneath that actually allowed me to weather this look without freezing
completely to death. I added the touch of the plaid as an extra layer for warmth and also to give the look
a bit of colour.
Taking my usual all black attire with a Summer approach.
Giving a slightly business casual for today’s post. This is a look a wore awhile back when I was heading out for lunch with some friends and I wasn’t really going to post this look on here as I feel there was nothing much to it but later decided because I love how easygoing and laidback this outfit is. I’ve been wearing a lot of cami tops lately since it’s been much warmer here in the city, I feel as if they’re the perfect type of tops to wear when you just need to get dress quickly and go and they’re lightweight so it’s definitely essential for this Spring/Summer season. With a baggy trouser and and my favourite UNIF boots, I was able to whip this look together feeling very comfortable all day.
Cardigan- Necessary Clothing
Compared to yesterday’s look…today’s post is a lot different. For today’s look, I’m pretty much looking like a “grunge school girl who’s secretly a badass witch” haha. I mixed both new and vintage pieces together that was able to bring this entire look alive. The lace top I’m wearing, use to be one of my ultimate ‘go-to’ tops back in 2008 I just loved the sheering details across the the shoulder and along the hem line, making it sort of like a pleasant top. Though I don’t usually fancy this type of silhouette in a blouse, something about this one seems much more pleasing to me and adding that sheer sleeve layering underneath just gives it that grungy vibe. The plaid skirt I’m wearing is actually one that I’ve shared here on the blog already (here) but as you can see, I ended up cutting up shorter into a mini skirt. I decided to cut it because it was at an awkward length which caused me to stay away from styling it for a very long time but I love the length now and it allows me to get that knee high fall look going. Hope you like today’s post..feel free to comment down below and tell me what you think.