The Virgil Abloh X Louis Vuitton pop up was such a refresher for fashion. Seeing a brand like Louis Vuitton, known for it’s classic style, flipped upside down and dipping it’s feet into the world of streetstyle was an experience. From an all white, clean detailed collection, to chained high-tops and fanny packs, Virgil did something that no one has ever seen before and he was the first person of color to do so which is a huge achievement. I hope you enjoyed the photos I snapped while I was there, and I will see you all in my next post.
For the Miss Cayman Islands Universe pageant at the Westin hotel I had fun dressing up in a flowy, long- sleeved sheer dress by Betsey Johnson (my childhood favorite). My shoes are from Payless (because why spend 100’s of dollars for cute heels?) and my clutch is from Tous. I accessorized with a diamond pendant of my island and Swarovski earrings.
Long time no OOTD! One of my staple pieces in my wardrobe is a leather jacket. To me, they transform a simple outfit completely. All of my jackets are inexpensive, and although I would love to invest in a YSL one, the cheaper dupes from Zara and Forever 21 have been working just fine and still doing the job I want it to. This jacket is one of my favorites in my collection (from Forever 21 believe it or not!) because the sewn in flowers add such a statement. When I first saw it, it reminded me of the Gucci 2017 collections with the floral details so it definitely adds a more dressy and expensive touch.
Jacket & Purse: Forever 21 | Jeans: ASOS | Top: Urban Outfitters
If you’re anything like me, you’re really sentimental. With everything. Sadly, everything includes material things, and this is why it was and still is so hard for me to get rid of clothing. For example, a shirt I wore to my first concert might not fit me anymore and might be old and ratty but will I be willing to keep it? Of course.
It took me a while to realize that how sad this was. That I was clinging on to things I no longer needed or wanted, but kept them for the sake of a memory. So if you’re currently having the same problem that I had, here is a list of a few things I asked myself before I parted with old clothes.
- Do I still wear it?
- Will I ever wear it again?
- Why am I holding on to this?
- Does it even still fit me?
- Where am I going to put it?
If you answered “No” or “I don’t know” to these questions, simply get rid of it! There’s no reason to hoard, and so many new and fresh pieces are coming out every season that you can’t make space for because you are holding on to things that you have no use for anymore. Letting go of clothing and keeping only your favorite stuff is so refreshing and gives you so much space to play around with new fashion trends, ideas, etc.
I hope you all found this helpful, see you in my next post!
XO – Ally
For this outfit of the day I paired a casual t-shirt dress with a wrap belt and block heels to create a casual chic look. This is definitely a go-to daytime to night time look, or even a quick and easy work look.
Dress: H&M | Shoes: Payless (believe it or not!) | Belt: The Limited
MDT= Mother’s Day tea!
Here are little snaps of my Mother’s Day. Hope you had a lovely Mother’s Day with your mom!
Xo – Ally
Today’s outfit is a floral matching moment from Zara and I am in love! Spring has sprung and I am living for the variety of florals. Oh, and believe it or not, the shoes are Payless (I know right!).
Here are my absolute favorite looks from this years Met Ball! I feel like these people brought this year’s theme to life and they all looked absolutely stunning.
Cole Sprouse & Lili Reinhart
Rosie Huntington -Whitley