Well, I’m not by any means a pro Stylist, I think I need to hire one for my own personal sanity. Its hard to keep up with the latest fad. I keep abreast with Makeup Artistry since this is the field I am in and most passionate about. So here is what I do…
Stream line for me, basically means, “one thing at a time”. So I’ll wear neutral colors such as dark rinse skinny jeans and a black loose top with a fabulous pop of color such as my favorite burnt orange silk and cashmere scarf and my David Small Comb gold filled and silver cuff bracelets. I think there is such a thing as ‘accessories overload’. What I mean by that is, if one were to wear all at one time, several pieces of necklaces, chunky bracelets on both wrists, a scarf, a chunky watch, large hoop earrings, and well…you get the jest right?
2. Go for quality instead of quantity. I’m a firm believer in purchasing items of fabulous quality such as a well made boy friend blazer, a perfectly cut black cropped leather jacket, well crafted booties, and real precious stones and metal accessories. I may not have a closet full of clothes, shoes, and accessories, however my wardrobe selections are classic pieces of fabulous quality.
3. Keeping it Real. There is no point in going out to buy a bunch of dupes. Save your money to buy one real one.
The unfortunate demand on dupe ‘designer’ handbags are just so sad ;(
It’s an illusion really. Designers portray this particular jet set female with a fabulous wardrobe selection, to drop dead for handbags and shoes, and a stress free easy living life. I may travel around the world, but let me tell you, I’m not a jet setter. I’m just an average person with every day stress and every day happiness.
There are some designer that offer fabulous handbags which for me are drool worthy, however I will not go out and buy a dupe. I’d rather save my money for the real thing and love what I have now. More so, I’d much rather save my money for a trip to Ko Phi Phi.
Besitos y Ciao,