Travel Style | London

Haute Cuppa

London Walk





An #ootd.

This is what I wore when I traveled to London. It was comfortable and easy to roam around in the city and sightsee. I layered the leather jacket just cause its chilly in London. My sneakers also helped my feet through all the walking in the city.

My tip for travel: Dress comfortably.


NYC: Travel Style | NO BU



times square



An #ootn.

NYC is one of my favorite cities. To dine at a Manhattan fancy restaurant (I went to Nobu), you have to dress the part. I didn’t want to make my outfit “formal” but I also didn’t want to make it too casual. My destroyed boyfriend jeans speak for the “casual” in my outfit. The stilettos, blazer, and necklace are the fancier elements in my outfit.

TIP 11: One way to dress up jeans is to add dressier elements to the outfit. Some examples are wearing heels instead of sneakers, wearing a blazer instead of a sweater, and adding accessories.

How to recycle your old clothes and earn MONEY!

IMG_0134 Poshmark is a consignment store app that I have been using for over a year. I have made a sufficient amount of money from the app. You can earn 80% of the profit from your sales.

Basically, what you do on this app is you post a picture of an item of clothing, accessory, or shoe and describe what it is, what the size is, the retail price and what price you’re selling it for. People will start to be interested and once they purchase your item, you will receive a pre-paid shipping label and you drop the item off at the post office! After the package arrives to the buyer, you earn your money 🙂

You can also shop at other people’s “closets”. I am “hautestyles” on Poshmark. Please follow me and check out my closet! I have an invite code you can use and earn a $5 credit! Invite code: BZRJI

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An #ootd.

I tried doing something that people don’t do so often. I mixed prints!! When you do it right, it looks amazing and I love how my print mixing turned out. My simple, black wedges were to keep all eyes on my dress and kimono.

TIP 5: When you mix prints, it makes your life easier if you make sure all the print colors look good together.

TIP 6: Combining two busy, intricate prints can be too much. When you combine prints, make one item have a complex print (like my black kimono) and have the other print be larger and less complicated print (like my dress).