Style, it's a personal thing, but for some of us it's taken awhile to find our personal style. And I'vI think I've finally found it. Growing up I experimented with every style possible. I had my goth phase and my 70's bell bottom phase and my grunge phase and the list goes on and on. I think it was good for me to try all these different styles so I could get a feel for what truly fit my personality.
I've aspired for a chic, minimalistic style for a while now and I never really got it, but now I think I have accomplished it in my own certain way. Yes their are amazing stylish women out there that dress way better than I do, but I've had to learn to just be me and dress in what makes me feel good. Of course, there are beautiful pieces out there in which I would love to dress myself in, that would make me feel way better about myself, like for instance the new Maison Marginal Swiss-dot Tulle Apron Dress that I am coveting over, but until I become a very rich mama, I will have to find substitutes. So in the meantime, here are some of my recent outfits.
Monki Milly Hat, Caelyn Oversized Linen Coat by BB Dakota , Stripe Tee by Topshop (similar one here), High-waisted jeans by Gap, Naya Wedges from Anthropologie (sold out), Karen Walker Perfect Day Sunnies (sold out, similar here)
Same as before, Black Ruana Cape from Urban Outfitters
BCBG Blazer (old), Vintage Levi's, Sheer top (from discount shop), Sandals from TargetCrop Vest from Akira in Chicago, Silk Skirt from designer shop in Chicago, Hat from TJ Maxx