Last week, I was strolling around Old Salem with my new and vintage leopard coat! I guarantee this wild piece is going to keep me warm and stylish this winter. I was missing a leopard fur coat in my wardrobe and now that I have one, believe it or not, I'm wishing for a few days of colder weather.
Published on November 21, 2014
With the holidays around the corner, I'm sure many of us will be traveling to visit our loved ones or to simply get away. At least for me, the first thing that comes to my mind when traveling by air is what to pack in my luggage, however, I also think about how to travel comfortable as well.
I personally believe a ready-to-go look is a must when traveling by air, due tedious security checks before boarding the airplane.
These are my personal preferences/tips on what to wear to the airport for winter traveling:
- Denim or pants with stretch (mainly for long flights)
-Thin v-neck pullover sweater
- Warm and easy to remove coat with exterior pockets
-Long and wide scarf
-A wool fedora (I love the look of it and I cover my face with it when I fall sleep in the plain)
-Oversized metal-free sunglasses
-Easy to remove leather closed toe shoes or boots and I always wear socks (I don't like to travel with open toes or put my bared feet on the ground when checking my shoes)
-Small or medium size headphones
-Large tote to carry my laptop, camera, phone, beauty pouch and wallet
-NO JEWELRY (too much hassle)
Published on November 18, 2014
We have had pretty sunny Mondays until yesterday. We really encountered some chilly rain that I'm not really fond of. However, that didn't stop us from going for our traditional Monday morning brunch at Mary's Gourmet Diner, located in Winston Salem, NC. Right after breakfast we had to find a safe place from the rain to do our photo shoot and what better than the downtown bus station which is only a few blocks away from the diner. After all, I was dressed urban and casual enough for the busy area.
Published on November 15, 2014
This past Wednesday, my boyfriend and I decided to visit a couple of local vintage shops and also try for the first time a restaurant in Jamestown, NC (neighbor city) named Southern Roots, and for the occasion I decided to wear a bohemian polished look. In order to accomplish this style the first thing that came to my mind was a pair of flared jeans (thank goodness they are trending again…my hips are loving it), then immediately after, I thought about pairing them with my old and faithful cashmere poncho and a vintage belt. I completed the look with a couple more accessories and voilà.