For anyone that has been following my blog for a while, my love of Zara is probably very obvious. Although I’m beginning to transition out of the fast fashion phase and would rather save up to splurge on more high-end, quality pieces, there’s something that always pulls me back. You just can’t beat the quality to cost ratio that Zara can provide. I always can rely on the brand to have up to the minute items that will also last in my closet for seasons to come. That being said, you can bet I always have a list of items stacked in my cart just waiting to come home…
Shop some of the items on the top of my Zara wish list for Spring right now.
1. Braided Tote | 2. Distressed Slim Fit Boyfriend Jeans | 3. Leather Effect Jacket | 4. Off the Shoulder Dress | 5. Dress with Frilled Sleeves | 6. Sneakers | 7. Platform Wedges | 8. Cropped Jumpsuit | 9. Sweater with Balloon Sleeves
It’s the best time of the year! I’ve put together what’s on the top of my ultimate wish list this holiday season – shop below.
P.S – Part 2 coming soon!
Madewell X Food52 Porcelain To-Go Cup $28 | Sophie Hughes Chevron Bar Dangles $638 | Freda Sleek Chelsea Boot at La Mia Moda $525 | Le Labo Fragrance in Rose 31 $175| December Thieves Cowhide Backpack | Stella McCartney Belt $570 | Vetta Capsule Bell Sleeve Blouse $99 | Alex and Ani Snake Ring Wrap $28 | Tibi Crossback Jumpsuit $695 | The Archive Barrow Lace Up Booties $298 | Zara Faux Fur Sole $40 | Zara Leather High Heel $179 | Uniqlo Turtleneck $15 | Papyrus Leatherette Planner $32 | December Thieves Droplet Stone Ring $180
As I mentioned in this post, fashion is not taking itself too seriously these days… Trends have been all about playfulness and, if you ask me, a serious ode to us 90’s babies and our middle school years: IE furry things, patches and pins on denim, and velvet slips a la Cher (the Clueless one, that is).
Check out these on-trend pieces that I’m coveting for fall:
(Those Minnie pumps, are you KIDDING?!)
I have been absolutely obsessed with blush sneakers since the second I laid my eyes on this Common Projects pair. Aren’t they perfect with the stamped gold accent – it’s almost too much to handle.
I found a pair from ASOS that was much more in my price range. They have the same look and feel of the Common Projects ones, so I’m pretty happy. I can’t wait to dress them down with distressed denim and up with a bodycon midi skirt.
Shop the Common Projects pair (top) here and the ASOS ones (below) here.