Forever 21 dress, Chanel 2.55, Balenciaga boots, Hermès "collier de chien" bracelet
It seems I have succumbed to doing without my signature red lipstick. Until when this arbitrary change will last is questionable, although I sense it won't be very long. In recent times, I have learned the trick behind shopping effectively at the insanely massive and still expanding store we call Forever 21 or XXI or whatever. To elude the possibility of endless sifting and an uncalled for headache, I try to decide on precisely what it is I need and block out all surrounding items. If I don't need anything, which is often the case, it's best to form a specific preference for materials and silhouettes that still entails blocking out everything else.
Embodying romanticism and simplicity at the same time, this rosewood dress I discovered using the methods specified above has the propensity to be easily mistaken as being solely suitable for the most formal of occasions. Although I admit what I sometimes consider daywear may not exactly match society's definition of it, I stand by my assertion that there are ways of making such a dress daytime eligible. Not that a Chanel purse helps much with that, wink wink.