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Making Memories

Skirt: Zara (similar here) / Sweater & Boots: Forever21 / Sunnies: Gucci 
Photography: Chris Britton
There is nothing better than sharing your dreams with your friends. However, there is nothing better than making those dreams into goals and sharing them with friends that actually dream your dreams. 
I once was told that during college is when you start finding your own people – the people of your “own kind.” Sounds weird and I actually didn’t believe it until I realized that the people I spend most of my time with are the ones I have everything in common with.
It can be the fact of moving to the same city or even working on the same industry or better yet, both! This is the mysterious yet fascinating thing about life and I am so blessed to have found my own. 
That being said, I thought it would be cool to share some of their fabulous style in my blog throughout the month. Black-on-black has become one of my favorite trends and the most easy-throw-on in the morning… guess my friends thought the same way. This proves that even though you share same interests and dreams with other people it is funny how each one has its uniqueness – look closer. 
Love,
S

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The Romper – Part #2

Romper & Shoes: BCBGeneration
Photos by: Mariana Cantu, from A trendbook

As the days go by, I’m starting to feel like home. The difference between home and my new home are the new routines and the so many different things to do in the city. So many places to go, so many people to meet every week and so many outfits for each particular event. 
I believe there’s no better way to spend a weekend afternoon than with the perfect view and a fabulous outfit. Even though is the second time I post this floral romper, I love to play styling my pieces and transform them for different occasions – in this case I went for no accessories, just a simple messy bun and my bold orange pumps. 
The Grand Banks was the place of today’s post – for a boat-bar the best option is fresh, fab and comfortable. Add oysters, amazing ceviche, refreshing cocktails, perfect Hudson view and new friends, and honestly, what else can you ask for? This is what I call MY type of weekend. 

Love,
S