I’m so happy that flare jeans are finally back in style. They’re effortlessly versatile, sexy and it does make your legs look really long. I normally hem them touch the floor and wear some big platform heels with it.
I was looking for a vintage ivory trench coat for fall and found the perfect one on Etsy, love the gold details on the shoulders too. I have a big love for vintage! I think they’re unique, and pricing is good too! I paid under $100 for this coat. When you search, just make sure the fabric content is 100% wool, or wool blend with cashmere.
Out to brunch last week, with vintage fedora, vintage coat ( love this ), vintage Christian Lacroix earrings from Paris flea market, vintage croc bag, and Rochas booties ( good one here and here ) have a good weekend everyone! xo Nini
I love it when I find a good pair of high-waisted skirt that fit well on the body. I found this vintage leather skirt on Etsy, and the quality is highly made. When I find something that I absolutely love, I share. That’s what my blog is all about. When you search on Etsy, just type in ” vintage leather high-waisted skirt, or vintage leather skirt ” There will be lots of options for you to pick. Wore this out to dinner with Loc last week. ASOS turtle neck, vintage leather skirt, hot pink turban, Prada pumps ( similar ) xo Nini
When I found out that I was pregnant, I got so excited and immediately started thinking about how I was going to dress my bump! I quickly learned that I could find maternity pieces that maintained my pre-pregnancy style and that was really worth the investment. I mixed some of the things that I already had in my closet that I still really loved and added them to my new maternity wardrobe. I wanted to look good and feel comfortable during these precious 9 months of pregnancy. The maternity pieces I bought from A Pea in the Pod have a great fit and are really high quality. They are well worth the investment since I wore them all the time during my pregnancy and I can even wear some of the pieces now post-pregnancy.
A Pea in the Pod was a life saver for me. It saved me a lot of time since I didn’t have to drive around to a bunch of different maternity stores as they carry a large selection of items that I love. During my pregnancy, I also found it easier to shop online and they have a large selection to choose from on their site.
I’m wearing my favorite kimono that I got from Paris’s Puces Clignancourt flea market. You can wear kimono anytime of day, it just depends on how you style them. I wore it on a plane with pajamas blue jeans, white tank and tennis shoes and wore it again in Cabo as swimsuits cover-up.
On Saturday, Loc and I attended the MTV Redefine event at the Dallas Contemporary. I want to effortless and feel comfortable for the evening and this old Margiela skirt is perfect for the occasion at 26 weeks.
I’ve been on a major pearl kick lately and my new favorite way to wear pearl is really simple. For me, pearls are fun and classic yet they can look really dramatic. For this look, all you need are 12 pieces of pearl head pins. I ordered mine on Etsy, I got this set and this set. Pearl hair pins are something simple yet dramatic.
Our second day in Hanoi working on a very exciting project. The weather is cool and breezy, which is wonderful for layering. There is many street food vendors here which specialize in pho (pho originated here in Hanoi) and it taste spectacular compares to pho in the States or even in Saigon.
Wearing my favorite vintage Yves Saint Laurent ostrich fur coat that I bought a few years ago at Paris flea market, I can’t wait to come back to find more treasure this year. One of my favorite things to do in Paris is go to the flea market. There is just no better place in Paris to shop for real vintage clothing. Little bump is now 16 weeks. Wearing this look out to a meeting yesterday, love a pop color against the leopard print.