I absolutely love the silk dresses by Yumi Kim. The prints are beautiful and the styles look so flowy and comfortable.
For March, I only took pictures of a few of my outfits so I’ll only focus on those in this post.
I have an intense love of home decor and interior design. Even though my husband and I I live in a rented apartment where we really can’t paint the walls, change the carpet or the kitchen layout, we try our best to make it as cozy and elegant looking a place as we can within our means. This involves some DIY’ing and that’s what makes it even more fun!
I own 2 pairs each of the Old Navy Rockstar jeggins in Dark/Navy Blue and in Black. I did this on purpose because I have thighs that destroy pants very easily and this way I can make them last longer by wearing each pair once a week.
Some weeks (like this one), I basically just alternate between black and dark blue and just spice up the outfit with different tops/shoes/jewelry. Then, on Friday, I wear pants that are a pop of color.
This outfit was top-to-bottom H&M. I first saw this ensemble on Mandi last year and, like the copycat I am, I had to have it. The Crepe blouse is just divine, but kind of sheer so I advise wearing a tank underneath.
In this section, both Mandi and I will be posting our inspiration for outfits, as well as give you a glimpse of each of our personal styles.
Growing up, I was always fascinated by fashion. The art of it, the colors and the confidence clothes can give you. But I admit I didn’t always feel comfortable exploring all these marvels because I was the “bookish” quiet nerd (although close friends would say I was more sassy than quiet).
In the ancient world, Greece to be specific, a chimera was a lion with the head of a goat coming out of its back and a snake for a tail. In other words, it was a hybrid and a fearsome one at that. It was also a really cool concept and it should come as no surprise that when the scientific community started exploring genetics, they adopted the term “chimera”.