Now days my style has evolved into a more easy, comfortable and practical one. Having 3 kids 3-year-old twin girls in the mix, who also love fashion, getting dress is a lot more challenging in the mornings when is time to take the oldest to school, sometimes I keep it super low maintenance with workout clothes, but strictly to workout in, not to run errands in… so as I was saying the core of my style has always been basic pieces like jeans, shorts (I love shorts!) and mix them with trendy and attractive pieces.
I try to put together easy, but stylish pieces to create the illusion I put effort and money into my wardrobe, but definitely without breaking the bank my #1 priority when it comes to dressing.
How do I do this you might ask? I try to pick up garments that look like their pricier because they appear to have quality, when they might not so much on some of the cases, not always and look for details that don’t look cheap, like integrated chain necklaces and stuff like that.
Top: Target | Bomber Jacket and Hoop Earrings: Ross Dress For Less | Sunglasses and Shoes: Forever 21 | Cropped Skinny Jeans: Gap | Rings: Burlington Coat Factory | Bag: Vintage Coach.
Whoever said you have to sacrifice style for comfort is wrong. You can definitely wear so many styles, be comfortable and look great, even if is to run after your kids. I believe is very important to step out of your house feeling your best, even if you have to find that confidence in an outfit, you are your best presentation card, is you feel crappy you wont be able to give your 100% is a proven fact for me personally. So, my advice is for a quick pick me up, even if is just a t-shirt and jeans, let your hair down, put on some blush, mascara and lipstick, your favorite bag and shoes (according to your type of day) and you’ll feel better inside and it will show on the outside it will boost your confidence right away, but always remember one big thing, not to be so hard on yourself because most of the time what we perceive as a mayor flaw on our body, others see no flaw at all (Is all in our heads!). 🙂
MY LOOK: Vintage Salvation Army Top under $4 | Straight Ankle Jeans $5 at the clearance rack at Old Navy | Sneakers Converse | Accessories from Forever 21, Ross and Loft.
My Babies are my fuel, no matter how challenging it is to get things done, even the simplest mundane things with these 2 I still have to make lemonade out of my lemons.
I Love color period!
Red and pink are among my favorite. I’m Showcasing a few trends for spring/summer 2017 like the flowers, pink and white sneakers or in this case slip on with embroidery details, like my DIY inspired by the Gucci sneaker trend, Gorgeous! by the way specially for me, because before I wasn’t a lover of white sneakers, but thanks to Gucci I now am yeyyy!!!
I complemented it all with pops of red, who said less is more in my case more is more with balance of course.
Gucci Slip on DIY (Super Simple) all you need is:
- Crazy glue
- Embroidery patches or appliques (for this project preferable red rose with leaves, but you can use whatever tickles your fancy you).
- Plain white slip on or Sneaker.
Just select where you want to place them and glue way!