Hey babes! This is the second and final installment of my Ala Par collaboration. On my previous post I introduced you to a local Argentinian store called Ala Par. We’ve collaborated for lookbook photoshoots a couple of years ago and now I’m happy to say that we’re back for a mini collab consisting in four looks in total.
Hi lovelies! I hope you all spent a lovely Easter last Sunday. I had an Easter lunch with family and afterwards I ate my chocolate egg, I’m still saving the others for the rest of the week, although I could’ve eaten them all cause I’m such a sweet tooth but I knew it was a big no-no, haha.
Here we go again! The first month of the year is over and this is how 2017 starts rolling. It’s been a hectic month for me, to say the least. You all know by this point I got so stressed I had no choice but slowing down my lifestyle. When I did so, I felt better again.
Blessed are our walks with my photographer to find new locations where to shoot! 🙂 In this case we found a neighborhood that I called a mini Upper East Side (well, I wish!) near downtown. This spot was perfect for my rather classic ladylike outfit of the day.
Slightly seventies, slightly western, this outfit is a subtle mix of these elements but still in a very wearable way. We’ve all seen bell sleeves everywhere. Just like off-the-shoulder pieces, the bell sleeve trend took fashion by storm and this is my way to incorporate it to my daily outfits.
So, remember time ago when I did a review of the site Gamiss and I mentioned that I also had a pair of sandals that I couldn’t include in that post because they were a bit big for me? Well, better late than never, right? 😉