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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 Street Style Recap

Photography by: Sara Castillo, blogger of The Street Styler

There are no words to describe how excited I am about this post. After some technical difficulties I can finally show you some of my amazing street style findings during New York Fashion Week. 
I noticed that no matter how bad the New York City’s humid-weather gets, it is never an excuse for the venue of Fashionistas to hit the streets with their amazing outfits.
The threat of rain during the day doesn’t always mean to “must-wear” rainy boots and take the umbrellas on a big hobo bag. On the contrary, this weather challenge makes people to take outrageous risks and get more creative with their outfit of the day because after all, it was Fashion Week.
The key? Accessories! Backpacks and sneakers were some of the main focal points on the cameras – I guess we’re going back to basics since even Alexander Wang thinks the same way with his SS 15 collection.
Among the feminine crowd there was a lot of crop tops, of course not the trashy kind but a more subtle cut out combined with pants or midi skirts that created a balance of skin-showing. 
The more the days passed the more style-uniqueness I saw. Personally, I believe that every shot is a story to tell and every look is a piece of art . 

– #OOTD – 

                                     

– Accessories – 

“For some people, Fashion Week lasts all year”

Free People, H&M, Kohl's, Lauren Conrad, New York, Skort, South Street Seaport, Summer Style, white, Zara

South Street Seaport

Blazer: Lauren Conrad / T-shirt: H&M / Skort: Zara / Shoes: Rock & Republic / Sunnies: Free People
This happened to be my longest weekend thanks to the 4th of July celebrations happening around New York City. Personally that means time to check out the beautiful views of the city and play with my wardrobe a little bit. How to make an outfit more dressy? Just add a pair of heels and a statement piece.
In this case I wanted to use more white which is a clean and classy color for the summer. To make it more interesting I added my floral print blazer and a pair of mid-heel royal blue shoes. I love the trendy Zara white skort because it cant be worn from day to night, be it with a sweater and heels or denim and flats. The weather might be getting hotter but that doesn’t mean you have to wear flip flops all the time. 
Love,
S

DSW, fishtail braid, graphic T-shirt, mirrored sunglasses, neon, New York, oxfords, rings, skirt, white, Zara

New York + Neon


Welcome to The Street Styler – A personal blog to share my street style perspective and love for effortless fashion. I believe that real fashion is found in the streets among unique people who express themselves no matter the occasion. It is all about the beauty of mixing pieces together, the art of decorating something simple with accessories and the creativity to develop character and personality at first sight. 

Love,
S

Aviators: Ray-Ban / Top: Zara / Skirt: Zara / Shoes: DSW / Rings: F21