I've always known that building up your winter wardrobe costs more than building up your summer one!
Winter clothes are usually more expensive, and one feels like one has to "break a bank" to be stylish and on trend! :(
However, the good news is that this belief of mine has recently proven to be wrong! :)
In the cold day of the end of December, I found myself wearing a quite stylish (I'd say!) outfit, and when I started thinking about the money I spent on it, it turned out surprisingly less than one would have expected!
So let's see together how one can dress on a budget, yet staying stylish and on trend!
Here is my little example/ outfit inspiration:
& now, the pics...
Let's see what did I wore:
Military print gilet: Italian Open Market (3€)
Grey sweaterdress: Italian Open Market (3€)
White basic top: H&M (cca 3€)
Grey peggings: Italian Open Market (3€)
Belt: Promod (5€)
Long socks: Promod (cca 3€)
Necklace: Italian Open Market (1€)
Camel color boots: Vagabond (cca 60€)
Bag: Zara (cca 70€)
Bracelets: H&M (cca 3€)
Rosegold watch: "Stella" by Fossil (67.50€)
Just a few of the items(three to be precise!)that I wore here are over 50€, but most of the items were 3€, or less!
I think that's pretty good, don't you?
A little hair update...
While I was in Croatia, I paid a visit to my hairdresser and we touched up my roots.
She did just a few highlights and then she put a light color to my roots, just to make it seem more natural.
We didn't cut my hair, she just did a loose curls/ waves, by using a straightening iron.
I just recently bought a collection of Kerastase Ciment Anti- Usure haircare products, which I love, so I'll be doing a review on those soon!
My hair is getting pretty long, but I don't have any intentions of cutting it just yet! ;)
& with a help of a great quality haircare products such as Kerastase ones, I can definitely allow myself not to cut my hair often!
That's about it for my today's fashion post & other ramblings... ;)
Have a lovely evening!