Things have been ridiculously busy with traveling lately, which is a luxury problem. And I’ve been neglecting HC so it’s time to start posting again!
After spending a few weeks in LA and spending time around all the amazing shops, I felt the need to do a shameless change-room selfie sesh.
I love this light pink and these lace up shoes, which happen to be very trendy right now.
Just your casual look over the shoulder pose…
I wasn’t able to capture a good picture, but the back of this sweater is open which gives the whole shirt a nice flowy feel. I love it and have to try my hardest not to spill anything on the white!
So happy Cinco De Mayo! Hope you enjoy some good food and drinks tonight…cheers!
Shirt: Banana Republic
Purse: Tory Burch
Pants: American Eagle
Lets be honest…fast fashion is fun! The problem is that you end up spending more money than you thought you would on items that probably wont last more than one season.
I am by no means a minimalist, and since I was a teenager I was all about the quantity of clothes in my closet. But over the past few months I’ve started to make changes to the way I shop. I want to decrease the quantity of items I buy…I would rather spend more money on one good sweater that will last a few years compared to getting a new one every few months.
Eventually, I’d like really to decrease the amount of clothes in my closet to have fewer but only good quality pieces. This will also make it easier for moving as I’m not at all close to being settled in one place.
Above is a brown sweater from Free People which I was on the fence for buying due to the price. But I’m so glad I did because I love it and wear it all the time!
I also splurged on a Tory Burch purse after I got my first professional job. Again…I don’t regret getting it at all!
What do you prefer, quality or quantity?
Sweater: Free People
Pants: Urban Outfitters
Purse: Tory Burch
Watch: Tommy Hilfiger
Shoes: Shellys London