I love my celebrities, really I do. They sorta inspire me in a funny way and in no small measure, so I don’t want anyone thinking I’m a hater. My love for them is greater when they have a story, like Tyra Banks, Kimora Lee Simmons, Oprah, Princess Diana… After reading about Princess D’s desire for a normal life. I am again reminded that at the end of the day, we all want the same thing, celebs and fans alike.
That’s why I am holding on to this moment in time in my life even as I press toward achieving the goals Ive set for me. I don’t want to ever lose sight of normalcy and that’s why after the red carpet and paps, the premieres and product launches, the ads and the fads, we just wanna kick back in denim, go to the movies or go shopping.
These beauties from Mango help you to be normal again (without giving up on style, fashion, instaglam and instachic).
It’s pretty obvious that there’s a huge difference between trendy chic and fashion victim. Between elegance doesn’t mean wearing new clothes and the innate nature of style, there’s space for instaglam.
One of the fashtems that’s refusing to go out of fashion is the jumpsuit. Find the best style for your body shape, best colour for your skin, best pattern and fabric for the season and you’re good to go with the perfect footwear and accessories for the occassion.
In my usual high street vs designer mode, i have found these beauties from Mango and I still insist that high street makes instachic any day, any time.
To combine the hotness of red and the cool chic of nude is to attain instaglam. Even if you can’t get this lovely piece from Mango. You can work it by combining a red blouse with a nude skirt. Be sure to include the nude pumps for instachic or black ones for #powerdressing.
Even though some peeps say I’m a high street junkie ’cause I’m not a celebrity, i still insist that there’s something absolutely chic about high street. Today, I’m loving this ensemble from Mango and it would certainly suit my beautiful black skin.