When I was growing up, jeans were a very functional part of my wardrobe. I wore them when the weather got too cold to wear shorts or dresses, and they were usually just casual pants that got thrown on with a sweater. What they were not was fashionable.
You all know how much I love pink, and that I’m a big fan of floral, but the thing I love most about this playsuit is the little lace detail on the back. It’s whimsical little touches like this that, in my opinion, elevate a piece from everyday wear to something a little more special.
I used to be a colour-block gal, and my sole criteria for buying a piece of clothing was how attractive a shade it was. As I get older and my style evolves, I’m finding myself pulled towards patterns. They make my wardrobe so much more interesting, fun to play with, and they make me try…
I don’t know about you guys, but my life seems to get busier and busier as the days tick by. I remember when I was a teenager, and thinking that I had so much on my plate… little did I know.
Ever since I was a teenager, I’ve scoured fashion magazines and cut out pictures of pieces and outfits I liked. Something I noticed from looking back on the scrapbooks I made over the years is that I favour clothes with a bit of a bohemian vibe.
If you’ve read this blog before, you know I’m crazy about colour. Every so often though, I think fresh, clean white cannot be beat for elegance and youthful vibrancy.
I have always been a sucker for white tops and shirts. There are more in my wardrobe than anything else. They are the staple item I just can’t go past, and with so many amazing variations, I can’t never pick a favourite.