I see a lot of people on Instagram talking about Designer and Luxury items so i decided to talk a little bit about it, even though I don’t own a lot of designer stuff and I didn’t buy most of them with my own money, since I am a minor. But since fashion and designer items are something I am very passionate about, I will give my opinion on them.
So, I obviously love designer goods, but I am also aware that they cost a lot of money. And I also know a lot of women wish to look expensive and classy. In my opinion you don’t need to buy very expensive things to look ‘expensive’.
I find that high street shops have very good quality clothes and for a very good price. Some examples would be Zara(one of my recent favourites), Mango, H&M, Stradivarius etc.
Where I am trying to go with this is that you can look your best in High street clothes and invest in some designer accessories to improve your look, but I don’t think having designer clothes means you look good or ‘expensive’. I believe what makes a good outfit is the way you style it and accessorise it, not how much you paid for the outfit.
Hope you have a great day. Also this is just my personal opinion and I am not trying to upset anyone.
Since I did a 2020 trends post, I thought I’d do one about the accessories. So here it is:
Square toe shoes
Square toe shoes have been a “thing” since 2019, but apparently it will go on in 2020.
Big hoop earrings
Hoop earrings are one of my favorite accessories. They are so pretty and a little bit edgy. I love them.
Dolce and Gabbana
As a pretty short person, I can say platforms are a real life savior. I wear them every chance I get.
I don’t really know what to call these and I also don’t really know what you would use them for, but they are pretty cute.
Yesterday I posted about the trends that are coming in 2020, so today I am going to show you some looks that I styled and contain the trends.
Suits and blazers
dress: Elisabetta Franchi,490$
bag: RED Valentino, 639$
shoes: René Caovilla, 395$
earrings: Oscar de la Renta, 195$
dress: Eywasouls Malibu,255$
shoes: Yves Saint Laurent,1195$
earrings: Ileana Makri,359$
dress: Alexandre Vauthier,1445$
shoes: Dolce and Gabbana,2025$
bracelet: Annelise Michelson,266$
necklace: John Brevard,4200$
coat: Eudon Choi,766$
shirt: Michael Kors,850$
shoes: Sarah Jessica Parker,345$
skirt: Love Sam,265$
bag: Miu Miu,1478$
shoes: Christian Louboutin,695$
Since the year is almost ending, I think it’s only appropriate to be prepared for the new year with the upcoming trends.
As I didn’t go to any of the fashion weeks, I watched them online. Here are some of the trends of 2020:
Suits and blazers
You are definitely going to see a lot of suits and blazers in 2020. Most of the big fashion houses presented at least one suit or blazer in their runway shows. I think they are absolutely gorgeous and they are very versatile, because you can use for almost any occasion.
Dolce and Gabbana,Versace
The tropical prints have also been all over the fashion runways. It’s so summery and fun, I think it’s a great trend. The colours are so vibrant and it seems as if they make you happy by looking at them.
Chanel,Louis Vuitton,Tory Burch
Puffed sleeves are such a great detail for shirts, they change the whole dynamic of the outfit. They are one of the trends I am looking most forward to.
The neons are making a comeback, and I couldn’t be happier about it. The power of neon colours is so strong and their such a statement piece.
Sequins were everywhere in the fashion weeks. They are such a cool trend and also they can mix with almost everything. Not really my favourite only because I find them a little bit to out there for me, but I do enjoy them on other people.
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I was scrolling through some posts about fashion, and I found this one post about the death of the high street of fashion. And that got me thinking how most people prefer purchasing their clothes, bags, shoes,etc… online.
In my opinion nothing compares to entering a beautiful shop or boutique and looking around until you find something you like so much you have to buy it. I think one of my best experiences is when I earned some money on own and decided to go buy something. It may not be luxury, but I will always remember that feeling of entering the shop and search for something that catches my eye. And I found that one thing.
When I exited the shop with my purchase, I felt so ecstatic. I doubt that online shopping gives you that same feeling. Of course I also do online shopping, but I’m always anxious after I order something: “will the shoes fit me?” Or “what if it doesn’t look like the picture?” And so much more questions are passing through my head that I just can’t enjoy the actual shopping.
What do you think? Do you prefer online or boutique shopping?