Moving to New York City is definitely a great experience. Personally, it’s one of my top 5 experiences. Since I landed, I haven’t stopped running from place to place on the busy streets and the subway. It can be daunting at times because the city is so big and there’s always something to do that you get lost in all the activity sometimes, but it can also be your own little refuge. That’s why I feel that keeping it simple in New York is always a good thing. If you don’t know what to do, then don’t overdo it, just be yourself. It’s as simple as that.
There’s nothing more classic than black high-waisted Levi jeans. You can never really go wrong with Levi’s and for me, that’s what makes it all the more quintessential. They are so versatile that you can pair them with anything you wish: heels, boots, sandals, shirt, cropped top, etc. and you’re bound to look great.
Oh Paris… In every corner there’s something new, something beautiful, something so wonderful. It can be the tiniest, most insignificant thing but it still adds to the whole atmosphere that Paris has. It’s exhilarating really, because you can be sure that you’ll always be missing out on something fantastic when you’re there, and that’s a good thing. It just goes to say that Paris is a continuous hustle and bustle.
Trends in fashion always have a tendency to come back, which I personally find is great. This spring and summer has seen a craze in the 70’s style – fringe, loose clothing, gladiator sandals, and flare. To be honest, I’m a big fan of all that (I love a good summer boho look). Thanks to my mom’s closet and a few new items, I was able to come up with what I consider a classic-ly easygoing 70’s outfit.
Walking around all day when you’re traveling can be exhausting. What can you wear that allows you to be comfortable yet still look stylish?
For Italy, I mostly found inspiration in being simple and wearing a piece that will stand out. I think traveling is all about being free and loose in your clothing so you’re able to move around easily, wearing shoes that you know will let you walk for hours without hurting your feet, and not trying to over do it.