Let’s Talk About Fashion! (And How You Don’t Have to Break the Bank to Look Stylish)

Hey my super stylish Fabbies! Happy April! Over the last few weeks I’ve gotten requests to talk more about fashion on my blog, so here it is! I have always loved fashion and clothes for as long as I can remember, however, I have never been a fan of spending a whole lot of money on clothes. Ever. Not ever. (Now, shoes and bags are a whole ‘nother story hehe). Some of my favorite places to shop are probably some of your favorite places to shop too! H&M, Zara, Topshop, Β Charlotte Rouse, Forever21, TJ Maxx, Marshall’s, Kohls, Target, etc., and I love random boutiques that I come across in the many cities that I have lived. I also love to shop online, so I have my favorites for that too. ASOS.com is probably my favorite online shop. Looking good is always affordable! It’s all about knowing what looks good on you, and not falling prey to certain clothes just because they’re trendy. Let’s be honest: Just because it’s trendy does not mean it’s gonna look good on everyone! I like to have fun with clothes, and it’s so easy to do when you’re not breaking the bank trying to look good!


Below I have shown some of my favorite looks over the last several months, with outfit details as well. I try to remember where each item has come from, but some of my clothes I’ve had for yearsΒ so it’s harder to remember exactly where it’s from. One of my favorite pairs of jean shorts I own are over 15 years old! I wore them in high school and got them from Sears. My favorite bra of all time is from Walmart and I bought it when I was a sophomore in College. So yeah, I can keep stuff for long periods of time too. Lol!
But besides the shoes that I wear, typically my outfits from head to ankle (I love to wear hats), all come in under $150 on average. And that’s average. Because you can certainly catch me on any given day in an outfit that costs less than $30. And you better believe I rock the hell out of it. πŸ˜‰

My Favorite Hat: (From City Trends from like 6 years ago lol, cardigan: H&M from 5 years ago, pants, Forever 21

 

Top: asos.com, pants, TJ Maxx, sandals: Burlington Coat Factory! Bag: Celine
Bodysuit: H&M, Jeans: Express, Sneakers: Giuseppe Zanotti

 

Crop top: Forever21, Skirt: gojane.com, sandals: Shoe store at the Galleria in Dallas
Star Print sweatsuit is from Sears and from the Kardashian Kollection. (Super cute right?!) Sneakers: Nike

 

Top and Skinny Jeans from Forever21, sneakers: Giuseppe Zanotti, Hat: Store in the mall here in LA

 

Top: gojane.com, jacket: Versace for H&M, leggings: Target, ankle boots: urbanog.com, hat: Zara

 

Jumpsuit: Mall store when I lived in Milwaukee (can’t remember the name!), Booties: Giuseppe Zanotti

 

Top: Forever 21, Pants: H&M, shoes: shoe store in Philly

 

Men’s Plaid shirt: Forever 21, leggings: target: Ankle boots: makemechic.com

 

Bomber jacket: Forever21, high waist skinnies: fashion nova.com, sneakers: Isabel Marant
Top: Target, Pink distressed skinnies: shopakira.com, ankle booties: forever21, bag Chanel

 

Crop top set: store from mall here in LA, Heels: urbanog.com, hat: kohl’s.com

 

Top: Target, Skinnies and Jacket: Forever 21, Booties: asos.com
Long-sleeved top: Kohls, jean joggers: Marshall’s, shoes: Giuseppe Zanotti
Blue Jean vest: Gap (from like 8 years ago at least), distressed jeans: Mandee from like 6 years ago, sandals: makemechic.com

 

White v-neck: ardenb.com (I think they’re closed now), Leggings: Target, Blazer, Macy’s, Knee-boots: Alexander McQueen

Ladies you can look fashionable at any price. And life is far too short to wear boring clothes. πŸ™‚

 

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