So…. I cut my hair! I know it might not look too different in photos, but in person, it is definitely way shorter than before. And I haven’t had my hair this length in probably 15 years…
The change was much needed, and I debated on whether or not to do it because I was afraid I’d hate it, or it’d make me look too young (How is that a bad thing, actually?). And, I’ve really been wanting to do something different with not only my hair, but with my wardrobe. But, I love it!
When it comes to personal style, I think we all become very comfortable in the aesthetic we create. Clothing is so much more than what we wear – it’s an attitude, a representation of our personalities, lifestyle and who we are. So while there are certain stores I love shopping in – frankly, I’m bored with them at the moment. My clothes were starting to look the same, and while buying a $9 pair of jeans is great when you’ve got the itch to shop, I felt like the quality of my clothes had started to look…. cheap. Because some of it was, and I’m being totally honest about it because while I’m not going to turn into a label whore, I need to make better decisions with how I spend my money to have better quality clothing versus quantity. Lots has changed for more over the last two years, I think that should be reflected in the new chapter of my life.
Starting with this outfit. I managed to find these Coach heels at Marshalls – which I honestly had to look around and make sure no one saw my mouth on the floor when I found them. The top – which is giving me some serious 70s vibes – is from Zara. It’s a different look for me inspired by my new haircut as I beckon in the new.
Velvet Crop Top – Zara / Grey High Waist Jeans – Primark / Heels – Coach (via Marshall’s) / Fleming Shoulder Bag – Tory Burch (bought on sale!)