Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 8 years, the name Chiara Ferragni might sound familiar. The Italian blogger first made a name for herself with her blog “The Blonde Salad” in 2009. Things have escalated quickly for this fashionista ever since, she’s been in the cover of the most luxurious and important magazines and has made very smart decisions that not only gave her a fortune and 9.2 million followers on Instagram, but also worldwide recognition as a designer and business woman.
Chiara has proven to be a complete Girl Boss, so it only seems appropriate to celebrate her success and kick-ass-ness just after her 30th birthday (and engagement announcement).
Florals, groundbreaking. Guess what? They can actually be.
Granted, wearing a floral dress in spring can be considered a cliché, then again, it might feel out of place during winter. So, what’s a girl to do?
Hello friends, Indie here. Today it’s all about denim. Spring has been here for a while, at least on this side of the world, and there’s nothing that can scream “SPRING TIME” louder than denim.
Yes, maybe flowers, but we’ll leave that for the next post.
Denim is a versatile and timeless fabric, it might just be (in my opinion) one of the most worn materials in the world. Here’s 7 different ways to wear this awesome material this spring.
A few days ago, during Milan Fashion week, one of my friends asked me to explain the point of runway fashion. It can be a pretty straightforward concept, but I promise there is much more to it underneath the surface.
Is there anybody that actually wears that in public?
To understand fashion, there are some things we need to get first.
There are two kinds of runway fashion, Haute Couture and the “regular” collections that have transitioned to what we now know as “Ready To Wear”, which means that you can buy the clothes right after the show ends.
I’m not the type of blogger to share whatever is happening on her personal life (except on Snapchat, lol), but this time I felt like I just had to. I’ve been MIA for like 2 weeks, and that means that I completely broke my New Years resolution, which was to post every single week. I even started a planner / journal, it was going great for the first few weeks, but then it all kind of went downhill. I just recently got a really cool and somehow challenging internship. Don’t get me wrong, so far it’s been amazing and I absolutely LOVE IT. However I have had a hard time adjusting and going from “full time blogger” to “full time intern”. I know that it is actually possible to have a job or study the hell out and still have time for the blogging universe (shoutout to Leta, Rachel (full time cat mom and a very dedicated student), Alyssa and all my blogger friends that are multitasking bosses).
This post is sponsored by SheIn, all opinions are my own.