OOTD : 2/15/19
My 2018 Holiday Fashion Lookbook + VIDEO
Hello and Happy 2019!!! I really wanted to have this post up before the clock hit midnight on January 1st but to be completely honest, I was spending some time off of social media to enjoy quality time with friends and family over the holidays. These are some of my holiday outfits and outfit inspirations from this past season that I believe will also carry over to the next holiday season!
First is the whole lookbook video followed by still photos.
I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season and a Happy New Year! I am so excited to see what 2019 brings.
outfit : top – Zuiki (similar) | pants – Zara (similar) | booties- Rebecca Minkoff (similar)
outfit : jumpsuit- Zara (similar) | belt – vintage shoes – Target (similar)
outfit : jacket – Zara (similar) | dress – Zara (similar) | belt – Off White | boots – Zara (similar)
outfit : Blazer – Vintage Saks (similar) | jeans – Free People | boots – Zara (similar)
Paris, France | 10/26/18 – 10/28/18 – 11/2/18 – 11/5/18
Paris is somewhere I have ALWAYS desired to travel to and I am so lucky to have not only spent my 21st birthday there but to have gone twice within one week! I absolutely fell in love with this city and can see myself going back over and over again even more.
I am not going to write a whole lot in this blog post because it is so photo heavy. Certain photos will be captioned and of course, as always I will mention where the pieces of my outfits are from with shopable links.
10/26/18 – 10/28/18
outfit : blazer : Zara (similar) | tights : Calzedonia | bag : Fendi
outfit : top : Bershka | skirt : Bershka (similar)
I need to go back to Paris to actually take my time in the Louvre. We didn’t have a long time in Paris so we mapped out where a couple important works of art were and booked it directly there. I did get to see the Mona Lisa which was something I can say I did, but I personally think she is hyped up a little too much.
Walking down the Champs-Elysees is something I have seen and heard in movies and doing it myself was magical. Walking past the beautiful designer stores and coffee shops was just a dream. This is the street that made me fall in love with this city.
Seeing the memorial for Princess Diana actually gave me goosebumps. It totally escaped my mind that the terrible incident happened in Paris and we just so happened to stumble across this. It is a beautiful monument dedicated to her and I am so thankful I got to see it.
After going to Catholic school for the majority of my life, I learned a lot, not only about religion but about religious architecture. I remember learning about the construction of the Notre Dame Cathedral and seeing it in real life was crazy to me.
outfit : top : Zara (similar) | jeans : Maude Vintage (similar) | belt : Off White
Since it was my 21st birthday, I was 100% determined to pop champagne while watching the Eiffel Tower sparkle. This is a moment I could have only dreamed about. It was so surreal I feel like it didn’t even happen.
outfit : dress : Zara | belt : Off White
11/2/18 – 11/5/18
outfit : dress : Zara | boots : Zara
I have wanted to go to this beautiful church ever since the thought of a Paris trip came into my head. Unfortunately, I was able to go the first weekend but made it my top priority that I went the second time. Sainte-Chapelle literally took my breath away. I could stand beneath those stained glass windows for hours.
The view from the top of the Eiffel Tower is great but the view from the top of the Arc de Triomphe is way better in my opinion, mainly because the Eiffel Tower is in view. I also absolutely loved watching the cars go up and down the Champs-Elysees.
EDITORIAL : Tokyo Nights feat. Brooke LaRyn
For my fashion photography class at school, we were required to shoot a model in at least 3 outfits with an outcome of 5 photos. I am all about cohesiveness so I wanted the photos to flow and have a story. Although, this could have turned out way better if I had the right tools and more time, I am happy with the outcome. I was inspired by the lights of Tokyo, Japan and the neon trend happening now.
*styled and shot by me
*model : Brooke Richardson
OOTD : 10/10/18
The neon trend is finally taking off and I am here for it. I love adding a pop of neon color to my neutral wardrobe to take my outfit to the next level. I paired this neon yellow cropped sweatshirt from Zara with my Off White Industrial belt worn as a seatbelt for a more streetwear look.
sweatshirt : Zara (similar) | belt : Off White | jeans : Topshop
After going to Milan for Fashion Week (see my recap here) I was so inspired by the street style I wanted to up my own. I impulsively bought an Off White industrial belt and never looked back. This is by far the best thing I have purchased in a long time. It makes a lot of my outfits more put together and gives them an edgier, more streetwear feel. I have been intrigued with this brand for a while now and am happy with my purchase. Would definitely recommend.
I styled this look two different ways; one with the blazer under the belt, and the other with the belt under the blazer. I have the matching pink pants to this blazer to form a full co-ord suit but wanted to make it a bit more funky so I added the red leopard pants instead. I threw on my favorite, all black, Fila Disruptor II’s and was ready to go.
belt : Off White | blazer : Zara (similar) | pants : Zara (similar) | shoes : Fila Disruptor II
photographer : Santiago