If I have a weakness for anything, it would be handbags. I’ve mentioned this to you guys a long time ago, but I literally love handbags. It’s the one thing I definitely save up for and splurge on. I feel like it does make all the difference to have and carry a nice designer bag.
I’ve collected a few of my favorite classic ones from different designers but always dreamt of having a Chanel 2.55. This vintage beauty is definitely a classic bag that all women need!
Save up and splurge! It’s definitely your investment piece. You won’t regret it. I promise.
Or… visit your nearest thrift stores and/or flea markets. They sell vintage designer pieces for more than half the price. I know I’ve bought a couple of vintage Gucci bags at my go-to flea market on Sundays. Make it an adventure to visit flea markets in hunt of a vintage designer bag! Don’t stop until you find one…. Good luck! xo
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I’ve always said less is more and when all fails, you can’t ever, ever go wrong with a crisp white button up shirt. It’s classic!
I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect white button up, but was always out of luck. Recently, I came across this inexpensive one which had everything I was looking for: boxy fit, oversized, no pocket, and long length. Can we say major score?
A white button up shirt is on my top 10 staple items you need in your wardrobe! (I gotta give you guys my list… will work on that post soon!)
I wanted a classic look so pairing it with ripped skinny jeans, a touch of leopard and an iconic 2.55, completed the look.
[do action="rstyle-post-links"]Shirt: Silence + Noise
Jeans: Current/Elliot (I cut the bottom so that it fits me at the ankle)
Heels: Sézane (perfect leopard and so comfy!)
Bag: Vintage Chanel 2.55 via What Goes Around Comes Around
Sunglasses: Ray Ban
Necklace: ‘J’ by Jennifer Zeuner
Rings: Heart- Shop SincerelyJules, Elijo ring by Alexa Leigh[/do]
Taking you guys back to Cabo again… one of my absolute favorite parts of our trip to Cabo was visiting Flora’s Kitchen! Flora’s Kitchen is a 10-acre farm in which they farm without pesticides and genetically modified seeds…it was such a cute little place! We took a tour of the 10-acre fan and learned about their farming process of plants, vegetables and fruits! They have a farm, ranch, restaurant and market all in Flora’s Kitchen.. they grow and make everything by hand, so the taste in their food is authentic, fresh and organic!
It was so interesting to hear and see the whole process; it made me re-think the way I eat. After our mini tour of the farm, we were set up to take cooking class- fuuun! We all gathered around a beautiful setting of vegetable bowls, knives and comales (which is a Mexican flat griddle to make tortillas or season spices). The chef showed us step by step how to make delicious salsa, pico de gallo and guacamole! I can’t even express to you how amazing all three tasted; some of the best I’ve ever had. We also made handmade tortillas to accompany the food we were waiting to eat…
On the menu? Fresh fish tacos, salad, rice and watermelon juice! If you’re eve in Cabo, I totally recommend booking a visit to Flora’s Kitchen. Totally fun, healthy and the food is outta this world!
[do action="rstyle-post-links"]Dress: Joie (available here too)
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