Growing up we weren’t the most fashionable kids on the block but we still rocked what we had. I remember MUDD being super, super big in the late 90’s (I was born in 91) and man it was exciting to see that stupid hand print on pants. Pretty sure this is also when L.E.I. was happening and there were two DISTINCT camps of people. Those who wore Mudd things and those who wore L.E.I. I was a Mudd girl just so you know. I’m happy to say that both Kara and I have improved our fashion game and long gone are the days of Mudd and L.E.I.
I saw this shirt on Zara’s website and I immediately added it into my shopping cart. I bought it a week later after payday and eagerly awaited its arrival. It arrived and well, I loved it. Until I turned it around and realized that in one simple shirt there were three different types of material and all of which seemed to be a different shade of white. I am not really thrilled about that but I love the cute french girls that are on the front. They remind me of my best friend (who happens to be turning 24 in two days) and I if we weren’t separated by about 1,000 miles.
Shirt: Zara After You Shirt (exact)
Shoes: Michael Antonio (exact)
Purse: Natasha (exact)