Mar

01

Floral Modern Victorian

Dress: H&M  (love this one!) /  Boots: Alice & Olivia  /  Purse: F21  /  Coat: Urban Outfitters

After so much craziness going on in the last couple of weeks, I am finally getting around to share with you all a quick overview of my NYFW experience. As I had mentioned before, it was my very first NYFW this past month and oh myyyyy I am so thankful for the opportunities and memories I made during the time out there! I wore this pretty modern Victorian-esque dress from H&M and paired it with my current favorite sock booties for a sleek look. Since the dress was pretty long, I decided to sneak in a pair of leggings underneath to protect me from the freezing cold. They were seriously a LIFE SAVER!

I must admit, this day was probably one of the craziest for me. My day began early, I was able to get glammed up by Caravan Styling Studio, following with a quick coffee/donut break at Dough with the hubby, then going rushing to the hotel to finish getting dressed and finally adventuring out to the different shows and events. Everything happened so fast. It was a dope experience. Loved all the moments I shared with Carlina and David.

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Feb

23

Layers on Layers


Coat: ZARA   /   Beanie: Topshop   /   Pants: ZARA

When it comes to dressing up for the cold weather, I get a bit hesitant. My goal is to look cute while staying warm. My mom always told, “Manten tus pies calientitos, Daisita!”, so as long as my feet are warm… we good!
As I mentioned in the last post, my trip to PDX was so cold. I think this trip definitely helped me practice my layering skills while staying mobile and fab. I rocked two pair of socks all the time, wore a pair of leggings under my pants, about two tops, plus my coat. I was a happy camper. I also learned that adding fun accessories to your cozy outfit could sometimes help you feel more put together. I went for a fuzzy beanie, sparkly earrings and bold lippies.

How do you stay warm and cute during cold days? Any tips?

See ya! Xoxo

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Feb

19

PDX Memories

 

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