Funny story, my husband literally hates distressed denim. He calls them my "high school jeans." I find it hilarious. After almost 8 years together, he knows I dress for me 95% and for him maybe 5%. Anyone else have a partner that has a strong opinion on a style you love?!
I've had these particular jeans for a year or two now. Naturally, they were called the 'totally torn denim,' quite appropriate. I love pairing them with a boho style top to balance them out. I just cannot get enough of this blouse in particular. Its so effortless, yet it makes such a statement! It is slightly longer in the back. to make it more "work appropriate" for the working woman too! With roll up sleeves, a wrap style front, lace up neckline and and grey to purple ombre, you'd think that would be one too many ideas in one piece. Nope! Rather impressive if you ask me. It is also available in a rose/brown combination which is equally as lovely. My sandals were a gift from Lex. Sadly, I've worn them so much that they're now missing rhinestones. Let it be known, I'm going to ride these babies out until the very end. I know you ladies feel me! Stay happy and have a terrific week!
If you know anything about Arizona, you'll know our weather is T O T A L L Y bipolar. A few days ago it was in the 70's, and now it's been in the 50's and raining for two days! Even though spring is coming, our closets are slowly transitioning to spring (back to the 70's and sunny for a for more days this week!).
We decided to venture out in the rain in style, outfit info and links below!
Hey ya'll, Lex & Ash here welcoming you to our new blog. We've been best friends since we were 16 and share a love for fashion, fitness, and food. After talking about it we finally decided to try to share that love with the internet!
I'm a math teacher, soccer coach, and fashion lover. I switch up my style on a daily basis and love following fashion challenges on Instagram. I'm a bargain shopper and sales queen, paying full price is not my forte. I used to worry about changing up my style when I was younger, but the older I get the more I realize that expressing yourself through fashion is truly for you, and wearing whatever you want makes it an even more unique experience.
I have a rather unique life. I had a debilitating injury occur when I was 18, leaving me with permanently disabled right arm. My shoulder brace has to be worn daily. Therefore, making sure it works with every outfit is key. It's amazing how an outfit can truly transform how you carry yourself. It certainly has that effect on me. I love a great deal, and maybe the occasional splurge. There is so much fashion inspiration all around us, but it's important to dress for yourself first and foremost.