This is the first for the first, What's that ? You don't understand ? okay read on.
Shirt - Flea Markets, $4
Blazer - Flea Markets, $6
pants - FLea Markets, $5
Belt - FLea Markets, $4
Flats - FLea Markets, $8
Necktie - DIY from my mom's old scarf
I haven't post an outfits post in quite a while. quite. in fact, If I remember correctly, the last time I did, I was wearing stripes. My bestfriend suggested me to run an installment for this blog, so this is the first post of it. While I do love high fashion, the prospect of buying expensive stuff just seems so wrong. I don't want to do that. Why ?. It will end with feeling guilty and the stuff ended in the deep of my wardrobe. I don't want see that stuff again. Why ? Because it remind me that my money was gone. That's feeling is normal ?. I don't know. Something to think about. So, circling back to my point about new installment, I introduced all of you to "Cheap&Chic". I offer sort of advice how to chic with low budget. It's simple, really.
Summer doesn't have to mean tank top and shorts. you still can wear black to black–Thanks to Mr. Slimane to make it trends. This outfit inspired from Saint Laurent SS 2013. Believe it or not I just spend $27 for this outfit. I've got them after dogfight with the seller at flea markets. I'm just kidding. Anyway I’ve got a white shirt $4, black blazer $6, black pants $5, belt $4, and flats shoes $8. I can't found the perfect scarf so I DIY my mom's old scarf. See that? I am wearing Ain't Laurent.
Great. I'm glad to see you posting more. One of the things I love about your blog is that you prove we don't always have to spend a fortune to dress well. Keep it up!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for kind comments. It means a lot for me!ReplyDelete
you are smart, i love the way cheap and chic :)ReplyDelete
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