What can I say? yes, I love full skirts and I love black and white. You will see more of it in this site.
When I started this website I promised myself that I will be loyal to my style and I will not be affected by the latest trend out there.
I know you have been there. You are at the store and find THE ITEM, the one that is so your style that can’t be denied.
Recap, full skirts and black and white combinations are here today and they will be here again.
The skirt is from Akira Chicago, you can buy it online. The jacket is from Zara, of course cruelty-free.
I have a thing for big skirts, long and short ones. They are not the best bet for short women. What can I do? In my mind I am super tall. Anyway long time ago I decided that I will wear everything I like as long as I am loyal to my taste.
This yellow one is from Zara. The same for the amazing moto faux leather Jacket.
Akira Chicago carries a lot of faux leather items like this purse. Perfect size.
The mornings that I decide to wear a dress are always the most efficient days. One less item to think about. This perfect black faux-leather dress was also found at Forever21. Therefore, I did not break the bank. The shoes are Franco Sarto. Everything faux-black-leather. The blazer, I am in love with it. It is from Zara. I like it so much that I want to wear every day and at the same time, I do not want to wear it because I want it to last forever.
This outfit choice includes my favorite Zara faux-leather short skirt with a diagonal zipper. The blouse is from the conscious H&M Collection. The perfect black and while loafer were found at Forever21!
I have a corporate job. So every morning is all about time management. Wake up, choose what I will wear, feed my 2 pets. Deciding an outfit in the morning is tricky. As shown today I have been choosing all black a lot. In my case it seems straightforward, however owning a Dalmatian dog it is not. This is where time management is a must. Do I really have time to use the lint roller? His name is Simon and he sheds non-stop, 365 days a year.