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One Piece




onepiece5[Photos by T. Rhea]

 Forever 21 romper (similar here and here) | Bag: Rebecca Minkoff crossbody | Shoes: Colin Stuart (similar here) | Glasses and Hate: H&M | Bracelets: Marc by Marc Jacobs ID bracelet, Aqua fireball cuff, Vince Camuto Macrame bracelets here and here

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Took these photos when I was in Miami last week and wore the most comfortable and cute little one piece found at F21 the day before. Yes, we travel across the country and went to F21. :) Happy Friday guys! Have a safe and wonderful Memorial Day weekend!! xo

P.S. the winner of my Floral Skirt contest is K.S. I’ll send you an email shortly to get your information!

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Sunday Funday: 3 Simple Ways To Dress Up A Casual Tee






sundayfunday2[Photos by NR]

Top: Project Social ‘Sunday Funday’ tee | Bottom: Lily White skirt (similar here, here and here)| Shoes: Zara metallic sandals | Bag: Rebecca Minkoff crossbody | Glasses: Dior cat eye sunglasses | Bracelets: Marc by Marc Jacobs ID bracelet, Aqua fireball cuff, Vince Camuto Macrame bracelets here and here

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Happy day-after Sunday! The classic tee is usually my favorite weekend getup but I love to take it out of it’s casual movie-on-the-couch role and give it a little bit of a dressy twist. I paired my tee with a printed skirt, metallic pumps, and lots of bright accessories for that chic summer look.

A few quick-n-easy ways to dress up a casual tee this summer is by adding a sexy pair of heels like in outfit 1; pairing with a feminine maxi skirt and fancy flats like in outfit 2, and adding a chic   skirt and metallic pumps like in outfit 3. I love all three for different occasions…

Which one if your favorite?


Outfit 1: Distressed shortsNude sandals

Outfit 2: Maxi skirt, Chained sandals

Outfit 3: Pleated leather skirt, Metallic pumps


[Photos by NR]

Top: Equipment blouse | Bottom: American Apparel high-waist pants | Bag: Marc Jacobs Crosby Sutton | Shoes: Classiques Entier Riley pumps | Necklace: Argento Vivo (similar here) | Bracelets: Marc by Marc Jacobs, Tory Burch, bow chain thanks to JewelIQ

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Hello beautiful! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and a nicely stuffed and relaxing 4-day weekend.

Although I love over-the-top prints and opulent embellishments, sometimes it’s good to stripped back to basics with a monochrome palette of black and white. After my H&M trousers started sagging in the rear (wore them only twice), I have been looking for a nice form fitting pair of high-waisted trousers and found the perfect pair at American Apparel this weekend. I love the high waist, pleat detailing and the perfect length that (finally) didn’t require hemming! These pants will be a wardrobe staple of mine that I’ll be wearing with a variety of blouses, tees, sweaters or crop tops. Let’s hope they won’t stretch or sag like the last pair. :)

Happy Monday!


A Pop of Color

The combination of black and white exudes timeless elegance and always bring me back to the glamorous 1920s, where white lace dresses accessorized with black gloves and darling pearl necklaces were the norm for a Friday evening dinner…Nowadays we’ll frequent dinner in our comfy jeans, tee and sometimes flip flops. Style has definitely changed throughout the decades but one thing has always remain: the classic combination of black & white will never be a thing of the past.

[Photos by NR]
Top: Express boxy pleat neck top / Shorts: Zara Crochet shorts
Shoes: Zara basic black sandals / Hat: David & Young Neo Noir fedora
Necklace: Gifted Monogram necklace / H&M fishbone necklace
Wallet: Marc by March Jacobs “Take Me Slim” wallet/ Glasses: Giorgio Armani
Bracelets: Michael Kors ‘Collections’ two-tone link chain pave bracelet (similar here),  Bar III neon bangle, Lauren by Ralph Lauren two-tone oval link

Snapping back to the year 2012, I’m wearing an outfit with the two color combo of that decade I admire so much…slightly dressed with a modern twist in crochet shorts and a loose blouse. There are no gloves nor pearls, but I’m accompanied by my new modern friends: hot pink wallet and lots of neon bracelets…B&W is timeless but no matter what I do or the time of year, I just can’t seem to stay away from colors… :)

What about you? Are you a black and white lover or do you crave color in your wardrobe?