Jul 30, 2014

The Deep V

Top: Asos, Get it Here
Bag: Reed Krakoff, Get it Here
Belt: Ferragamo, Old, Similar Here
Shoes: Manolo Blahnik, Get it Here, Similar Here

Hello All,
How are you today? Well I hope.
Still on a black kick, so black and metallic it is, re-creating an evening look.
This deep v open back bat sleeve black dress is one sexy number but dare I say not over the top.
Though the front has a bit of an opening, it allows for great coverage as well, yes ladies, a sexy dress without feeling so bare:), not to mention that back opening, what's there not to love?
I choose the black heels to give a more polished look and for colour, I paired my new favourite pouch. Now ready for an evening out.
Have a happy Wednesday.


Jul 28, 2014

Comfort Zone

Top: Asos, Get it Here, Similar Here, Here, Also Love This
Shorts: Lafayette 148, Get it Here, Similar Here
Bag: Chanel
Shoes: Valentino, Get it Here

Happy Monday! I hope you had a wonderful weekend. I had a great weekend myself, so I'm ready for this week.
I'm in a black and white mood for the week, feeling a bit nostalgic I guess, love the bright hues I toy with as they get me out of my comfort zone, thank God for that but the monochrome hues are more my speed.
I love this top, it's fun, frilly, and feminine so I decided to give it a bit of a masculine appeal by pairing it with these longer hemline city shorts. To keep on with the sleek vibe, I opted for my clean black heels and a classic handbag to close.
A clean look is more my speed and when I discover tops such as this, it is definitely a great way to have fun with my femininity.
Have a great rest of your day.
Love you for stopping by.


Jul 25, 2014

Chambray On Graffiti

Shirt: J. Crew, Get it Here, on additional sale of 40% off
Shorts: H&M, Similar Here
Bag: Chanel
Shoes: Valentino, Get it Here

Happy Friday all. Hope you've had a wonderful week.
On a casual vibe today on the blog with this chambray tunic and shorts. We've been experiencing really hot temperatures here in Denver, so an attempt to keep cool to trim off a few layers; it is summer after all.
I love this tunic because the embroidery reminds me of patterns that you'd see on some African pieces such as "Dashiki" and that's a plus for me. Sadly, I do not own many African inspired pieces so, I love to collect some that embodies that element here and there. I paired the top with the chambray shorts because the pairing seemed to work well together, don't you agree?
Hope you'll stop by again soon.

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