A Little Bit of Fashion and a Whole Lot of Realness

TOPSHOP Oversized Denim Jacket (Brandy one is sold out) || WILFRED Jara Cashmere Sweater || THE GROUP Jimmy Pant || COMMON PROJECTS Achilles Sneaker

Hello everyone!

Today’s post is a little bitta fashion and a whole lotta realness. Recently I’ve been struggling to keep up with life. There, I said it. Life is crazy. I keep finding myself spreading myself too thin and feeling incredibly overwhelmed. I work in retail so the holiday season is WILD and it’s been hard to find time to throw myself into things I love. I’m tired Y’all! That being said, StyLin has always been something that I LOVE dearly and feel like should never take a back seat. As cheesy as it sounds it’s my escape from reality. Clich√©… I know. StyLin manifests itself in many aspects of my life, the most obvious being my love for fashion. Creating and styling looks are my FAV, so today I decided to take a step back and style a look that I feel is truly me right now. No glitz, no glam. Just a woman in her 20’s working till (her personal) weekend.

If I had to choose to be one piece of clothing for the rest of my life it would hands down be a turtleneck (a blazer coming in at a close second). They’re cozy, super stylish, and so comfy. So you can imagine why I’m literally living in them right now (both at work and on my days off). I’m OBSESSED with the yellow cashmere one from Artiza that I styled for this post. And no,¬† pastel colors are not limited to the spring and summer months. To complete this “day off” look I threw on my oversized denim jacket from Brandy Melville and these “joggers” from Artizia.

In all seriousness, I think your 20’s are a time to let crazy life do its thing. Seriously, all we can do is take it day by day. Celebrate the highs, and drink wine and cry with your best friends during the lows.

Talk soon. xo! L.

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