It’s the same top and jacket, but I couldn’t decide which I like better, the burgundy or the navy. Each has its up and down side, but because of my indecision, you get to see both looks. The navy was more demure and the red more genki in my opinion, which do you like better?
I love it when I find a versatile top that goes with absolutely everything namely my silk and cashmere bow top from Banana Republic. It’s the same top as yesterday’s with the red skirt and will be used again tomorrow for a slightly different color scheme. I know bow is not for everyone, but it
Feeling the Monday blues? Counteract it with some red. Worn this skirt on my Facebook page last time, but never posted about it, so here goes. I was into a midi skirt craze seeing so many people wearing it, but had the hardest time finding one that fits me. Here I’m wearing the Zara red
Happy Friday, everyone! Can you guess where I am? These pictures have such a rustic look that you wouldn’t believe that this is at an alley on Santana Row, a shopping street in Silicon Valley, and the doors and windows are just wall decors. I am wearing the baby blue Zara blazer from
When I graduated from college and started working, the most exciting part was actually building my work wardrobe. Of course it is never-ending and I still add to it from time to time. But if I had known then what I know now, my closet would only be filled with affordable, high quality, long-lasting pieces
Color-blocking, I feel, is the most eye-catching and easiest to accomplish pairing. Sharp contrasts like black and white, navy and white, or color and neutral are the easiest color-blocking basic for starters. And speaking on contrast, it does not only apply to color. When you have a simple basic skirt, choose a fun and embellished top to
Ready for Mother’s Day weekend? I’ve opted for a caramel and cream outfit not just because the color is yummy. There’s a reason why this color is called neutral. It’s the color that works with any other color, but to be safe, I like sticking to similar color palette because it saves time and you always look fab.
I never imagined going monochrome with my outfit, but white on white is surprisingly refreshing and crisp. With right amount of detail, ruffles, ribbons, and folds, monochrome doesn’t have to be boring.I saw this jacket on Zara and was attracted by the pleat in the back. It’s so cute and I just couldn’t get my eyes
I am loving black and white especially in color-block. I went with a frilly blouse and toned it down with simple tulip skirt to avoid looking too plain or too complex. This simple tulip skirt from Zara is so simple and sophisticated at the same time. Loving the two big pockets that I seem to not
Black and white is the simplest and most basic color combination. I saw this dress from Ann Taylor and couldn’t pass it up. I love how this dress does not use equidistant stripes like other labels and the quality is simply impeccable. Instead of calling this trend a fad, Stripes could be considered a classic. This is