Like a Boss



This look is a little past over due, but better late than never. As you know, I’ve paired up with Emma and shoot three different looks, this being the last.

We all have those week spots, even in terms of fashion and loafers happen to be just that – my soft spot. One of my friends back in LA has this theory that it has to do with my undivided love for Micheal Jackson whom used loafers on a regular basis. I like her theory but can’t really see the connection – however, I love me some loafers and there are a dream. Clean, shiny, simple cut with a hint of edge – perfect recipe for a perfect shoe.

Lastly, I wanted to wish you all a wonderful weekend ahead. Make sure to check in tomorrow because I’m sharing some awesome news. Click below to shop similar look:


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Wednesday Wish List

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If you had to wear one color the rest of you life, what would it be? What designer would you wear the rest of life if the possibilities were endless (to your wallet)? The answers to these are really easy (for me), so here we go!
Black is and will be forever my go-to color. So thats an easy one. And if I had to choose a brand, it would defiantly be Saint Laurent simple  because it represent my esthetics, I’m guessing that you aren’t choked? This look would be a look that I could wear everyday if I wasn’t living in a country that didn’t allow it.
Whats would you choose?


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Surly, no one has missed out on 70’s inspired trends surrounding on us. Besides from 70’s colors and cuts, one of a all time favorite is making its way back (not that it ever was gone).

The flared jeans is not only flattering, especially for us short girls who like to add a little illusionary length but also fun in that sense that adds another dimension too.

This spring, the ultimate look in my opinion would be a  biker jacket, white tee, flared black jeans and sharp booties. Simple, effortless and timeless.

Here’s a just a ”few” flared jeans that I’d love to get my hands on. Let me know what you feel about the trends never ending come back.

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My favourite breakfast and brunch places in Sydney


Not sure where to look while walking through world-famous Times Square? Don’t worry – you’re not alone. With massive digital billboards whose bright lights make midnight look like mid-afternoon; star-studded Broadway and Off-Broadway shows (and reduced – price tickets to see them available from the TKTS Discount Booth); people peddling art and jewelry on the street; and, of course, the Naked Cowboy — who plays guitar in his tighty-whities — the expansive stretch of Midtown is a feast for all five senses.

Visitors can shop in flagship locations

of such stores as Toys ”R” Us (which boasts an indoor Ferris wheel), take pictures with wax celebrities at Madame Tussauds, watch the ball drop on New Year’s Eve or grab a pre – or post – theater meal along Restaurant Row (West 46th Street, between Eighth and Ninth Avenues), where many eateries offer prix-fixe deals. And with Broadway closed to cars from West 42nd to West 47th Streets, Times Square is now more pedestrian-friendly than ever.

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Investigationes demonstraverunt lectores legere me lius quod ii legunt saepius. Claritas est etiam processus dynamicus, qui sequitur mutationem consuetudium lectorum. Mirum est notare quam littera gothica, quam nunc putamus parum claram, anteposuerit litterarum formas humanitatis per seacula quarta decima et quinta decima. Eodem modo typi, qui nunc nobis videntur parum clari, fiant sollemnes in futurum.

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Motivational Monday

sara-che-motivational-monday-constantly-challenge-yourselfThere are moments in where you feel that life gets a hold of you, thinking straight becomes a struggle, knowing what you what becomes something you daydream about. And the only question spinning in your head is how you’re going to get yourself out of the mess.

One strategy that has helped me through the years is to press fast-forward and imagine how I wished I handled the situation looking back. This method helped me when juggling thoughts whether to move abroad or not. The thought of living in Sweden my entire life was too depressing so I moved within six months.

This strategy of thinking does work, regardless is you feel stuck, paralyzed or that life has stagnated in some ways. Since I’ve become more personal lately, I’m going to share another personal note on how this type of thinking has been beneficial for me. Due to the current situation where my relationship ended over a night and had to pack my bags and leave the next day, I’ve been taking each day at the time. However, I’m not the day-by-day person – I need a sense of direction and clarity which is why I came to point where I was battling the paradox of feeling stuck in myself and wanting to break free. And then, its occurred to my to play fast-forward and see it from another angle. The answer was so clear that I couldn’t deny it – I could either let it get the best of me (which is never a option) or let it be a defining moment whereas I turn my life to the positive.

So I’m leaving you with just this, if you’re juggling something hard right  now – what would you have wanted to do being in the future looking back? Constantly challenge yourself.


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