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THIS WEEK ON:: ROSIE HUNTINGTON-WHITELEY

28 Feb

Most girls might see a gold lamé blazer and think: “I could wear that on New Year’s Eve!”…Not Rosie. 
No she wore hers over a white tee and jeans to In-N-Out . (For those who don’t know, it’s a fast food burger joint). And I love her for it! You may notice that most of Rosie’s outfits are variations on the same outfit: skinny (waxed) jeans, tee, blazer, ankle boots. I respect a woman who knows her style, knows what works for her, knows what’s flattering, and is fully confident in strutting it all day every day. To the airport, to an event, to a burger joint. All one strong look. I imagine that would also make it quite easy to get dressed in the morning as well. I’ve gotta work on focusing my wardrobe down to this effect, and not get distracted while shopping…… “oh neon! that’s cute.”
xoxo Cristina
SOURCE: JUSTJARED

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I’LL HAVE WHAT SHE’S HAVING:: ROSIE HUNTINGTON-WHITELEY

26 Oct

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Looking at all of these different looks by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, I realize that they’re actually not all that different! That, I think, is the key to true personal style.
Surfing fashion blogs we see so many girls looking equally fabulous in so many different styles, from modern minimalist to bohemian chic. It’s so easy to fall into a state of style schizophrenia! And there’s nothing wrong with that, except it can be really expensive.
What I really love about Rosie’s personal style is that she is so consistent, most of her outfits start with the same base – leather leggings, tan suede ankle boots, a t-shirt, a hat, and a jacket with a bit of structure and volume. It’s a bonus that I already have most of those pieces. I’m working on editing my shopping habits, so creating these collections are helping me focus my own style.
xo C