For this post about feminine and edgy style I collaborated with Cynthia Rowley to celebrate her sophisticated, feminine and slightly whimsical dresses. Did you know that before becoming a famous designer Cynthia Rowley wanted to be a painter? For some reason I always remember this when I look at prints and colors of the dresses…I must admit – I am not a very “girly girl” in many ways, and I don’t think my style can be described as very feminine. I do buy and wear feminine pieces now and then,
‘What to wear in San Diego’ might seem as a surprising title for the post, but I wanted to share a style tip with those of you who are planning on a weekend in San Diego or elsewhere similar. Everyone will agree that it is very hard to figure out what to wear when you are planning to be out all day without returning to the hotel, doing a variety of pleasurable things such as brunchin’, beach walking and restaurant hopping:) All this in one outfit? I feel like I have finally figured it out last weekend so I am very impatient to share the little secret.
This post is a tribute to a very simple philosophy that I follow religiously when I dress: wear whatever you want, but add one expensive item (usually shoes or handbag) and you will look stunning! It is true that not everyone can afford an investment piece – that is why there are so many fantastic innovative companies offering this opportunity to every single one of us. Websites like Tradesy, TheRealReal and many others sell used designer items in great condition and guaranteed authentic. Moreover, they often propose a monthly payment plan – you won’t even feel that you have actually bought something (#dangerous)Today I am wearing a GAP neoprene dress that I bought on sale for 8 dollars and a pair of 700-dollar Lagoon – colored BB Manolos,
I have been spending a lot of time in LA lately and really fell in love with Silverlake – now, my official fav neighborhood. I have decided to start my aestheticallypleasing journey here as I simply love the hip vibe and the colors in this part of Los Angeles. Today my outfit is an answer to an existential question – how to wear a cropped sweater unless you have THE perfect body and/or you do push-ups daily. Despite being problematic, crop tops and sweaters have one big advantage – by being so short they visually lengthen the bottom part of your body and if you choose the right bottoms to go with,