My most recent obsession has been with denim shorts. Now that we are in August and it is super hot on the weekends I like to keep is casual with a pair of denim shorts and a t-shirt. If I am feeling fancy I might add a cool necklace. Because it is the end of the summer now is the time to stock on on these classics. The best thing is you can find ton of options for under $20. Happy shopping.
Why do I look so angry? Because it's hot and I don't like when it is hot. Haha. At least I don't like having to dress up for work when it is 9 million degrees. When it is hot I like to go to the beach or the pool or maybe just curl up in my pjs with the AC on blast. So let's talk about the fact that I am pretty sure I bought this dress almost 15 years ago. I paid about 10 bucks for it and it is still going strong. I LOOOVEE this dress. It is great for a hot summer day, throw on a blazer and you are work ready.
Dress: Old, No Name Similar Here or Here
Blazer: Old, No Brand Similar Here or Here
Shoes: Ralph Lauren, Similar Here or Here
Sunnies: Michael Kors, Similar Here
Once upon a time I was a blogger. Then life happened. But now I am back. Let's see for how long. Blogging is an outlet for me. It's fun, not meant to be a job. Sometimes it feels like that when I have the pressure to post consistently because someone out there says I have to. That's not gonna happen. I love sharing my life, my outfits, my experiences, but I love living more so sometimes I will blog and sometimes I won't. I stated posting pics on my Instagram that I hashtag #reallife. I'd like to think of my blog not just as a lifestyle/travel/fashion blog but as my journal.
So a few weekends ago I spent the day in my old neighborhood of the lower east side. I have said this before however things have changed so much and they continue to. We discovered new restaurants, spent some time around the area fka "The South Street Seaport" and just ate and drank to our hearts content. I wore a romper from Necessary Clothing paired with my favorite crocs.
Who is Taima?
I am a native New Yorker that is addicted to travel and fashion. Wealth is not measured by the amount of money you have but by your life experiences.
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