LBD (little black dress) is a staple of every wardrobe. However, this post is not about it. No. And it’s all because, an LBS (little black sweatshirt) doesn’t get much love and it’s just as much of a staple if you ask me. When I purchased this sweatshirt, you guessed it – from Mystique, I wasn’t exactly sure what it was. I liked the fact that it’s ripped, but I wasn’t sure if it’s just an oversized sweatshirt or a sweatshirt dress. Therefore, I’ve decided that it can be both.
These ankle boots are made for walking, but are bound to turn heads as well. Finding a perfect pair of boots seems to be such a struggle – like choosing a major in college, having to face a good job vs. a good paycheck dilemma or being asked to choose between Beyoncé and Rihanna… So hard, am I right? But fear not – because I got you, girl! The following five pairs of ankle boots have been carefully curated and matched to different personalities so that everyone can find what they're looking for.
Happy Fri-yay my fellow Stylegazers! I think I’ve finally found the ONE – I’ve finally found the perfect blouse. Lately, I’ve been obsessed with anything flowy, especially the blouses, because I’ll be honest; I’m low key trying to channel Stevie Nicks. But hey – aren’t we all? She’s such an inspiration.
As you might’ve noticed, I don’t really post that many sporty looks, so I’ve figured that maybe I should switch it up a little… I don’t know… I’m not sure what aligns with my personality better – sporty or romantic? But hey – we can’t always live our lives according to the script, now can we? We kind of limit ourselves.
Hello my fellow Stylegazers! Happy Friday! This has been a long and exhausting week. Being a one-woman band is definitely not easy, but I have so much passion for what I do that the pros outweigh the cons. Still, every now and then I need to remember to take a breather. I try to take on as much as possible and I really push myself past what’s humanly possible. If you feel me – this is a reminder for you to spoil yourself a little this weekend. Go pamper yourself, take a walk in the nature, meditate, hit the gym, socialize… Do whatever makes you feel alive. And when the next work week starts; just TAKE IT EASY. Slow down, take a moment to breathe, observe...
Hello my fellow Stylegazers! Welcome to yet another outfit post; borrowing its Modern Rebel title from this particular top that I’m wearing today, because sometimes coming up with a title is just very hard. (You feel me…?) David Bowie, Madonna and Billy Idol were rebels… So - does wearing this top make me cool then? Am I a rebel wannabe? Idk. Stir it up. Shake and bake. Rock the boat. Or whatever they say… Just keep on rockin', I guess.
The title of this particular blog post is a nod to a John Hughes' movie. Huge fan of his work. What can I say? This girl has a soft spot for 80s rom-coms. As you all know, October is the Breast Cancer Awareness Month and today’s outfit has been put together with that in mind. I’ve decided to wear pink in honor of the cause and with intention to hopefully raise more awareness.
Hello my fellow Stylegazers! I won't bore you with a lengthy introduction, because this time around I've decided to keep it simple, both when it comes to style and writing. I usually wear this dress with a pair of heels, however for this specific blog post, I wanted to try something different and wear it with sneakers for more of a "street style" look. The dress is from Mystique , currently one of my favorite retailers; the sneakers are from ASOS; crop top was a hand-me-down (American Apparel) and the bag is from Furla. The sunnies are from American Eagle Outfitters.
Hello my fellow Stylegazers! I have taken advantage of the only nice day this week, to visit the heart of Williamsburg, also known as the Berry Street. According to the Forgotten New York: Berry is named for Abraham J. Berry (1798-1865), Williamsburg(h)’s first mayor after its incorporation as a city in 1852. A physician by trade, he aided in an 1832 cholera epidemic and later was the surgeon for the NYS 38th Infantry during the Civil War. Williamsburg had its ups and downs, changed names, but the remnants of its rich industrial history can still be seen today. However this time around in a form of whimsical art stores, biergartens and restaurants.