With all the 70’s love in the air, falling for certain bits and pieces seems inevitable. Velvety, long dresses are ideal for a weekend, laid-back look, particularly if you are not willing to compromise in style. And what’s more 70’s than fringe? This tan satchel is the perfect fit for this outfit. I added my trusty, super comfortable golden gladiators and Voila! Yes, 70’s love is in the air!
I always remember about the fact that I live in a tropical country, whenever the rainy season pours down over us. I’m talking about real storms. Not a drizzle, but an actual thunders, cats & dogs scenario. Inspired by the idea of a tropical rain forest, I grabbed my Bambi jumper and set it free in the middle of a garden that resembles a tiny hidden forest. I combined the pullover with a pair of black shorts and black wedges to match. As a final touch, I wore these really fun sunglasses.
For the second look of the black lace top, I decided to go mid-riff all the way. I combined the crop top with my adored pair of high waisted polka dot trousers. To give the outfit a more day look, I wore my sister’s flat sandals (Hi Grace! ☺) and barely any jewellery. This time, the only pop of colour comes from my nails and a couple of charms on my bracelet.
While we were shooting, a cute little buddy approached us, scroll down to see who it was!
I’m back in El Salvador, and I plan on sticking around for a while. It will be a great time to rediscover my hometown and to be close to my family and friends. This photoshoot was taken at a member’s country club. I used to spend a lot of my spare time after school here with my sister and cousins, playing tennis, swimming and sipping the heat out over frozen strawberry drinks! I hope you enjoy it!
We’re still deep in snow in Toronto. And it actually looks like Spring is going to play hard to get this year… At least this past Saturday, the cold temperatures gave in a bit, and the thermometer miraculously hit 0°C. My friends and I could finally go for a walk in the city, and visit the campus of the University of Toronto with its beautiful old buildings. Although it snowed on us later that night, it was a rather magical stroll. And maybe it’s because I’m going back to El Salvador soon, but for once, I didn’t care about the cold as much.