If one more person asks me how I can afford my fashion, i’m going to scream. Literally. So, i’m sitting on this plane, on my way back from LA, and I thought i’d write to you!
I want to talk about the concept of high & low. I learned this concept from a colleague when I was working at Coach, in Chicago. When it comes to fashion you don’t have to be guccied out to the socks, that’s not cute. And-being stylish doesn’t always have to cost you a fortune. So basically, in a nutshell, high-low refers to the cost of each item you’re wearing. All the things you wear don’t have to be high priced or name brand for that matter, take a look below for a perfect example of high-low.
Hat-Nordstrom Rack, $10
Shoes-Steve Madden, $35
Pants-Urban outfitters, $50
Shirt-Banana Republic, $7
Trench-the thrift, $5
Shades, QUAY Australia (on sale) $25
*Yes. I know. Some of the highs are REAL HIGH. But they are classic… and we’ll talk classics later! ENJOY! :)
Check out this look, HERE!
-High-end luxury classics-they’re worth it!
-Staple items that you better have in your closet.
Hey! It’s is me, Darius, all in one digital space. I'm excited launch this platform and to share my love for the art of fashion, styling, and floral design with you. My focus for this blog is to talk fashion, shopping, styling, DIY floral, travel, lifestyle, and more! New content will be added weekly. Make sure you get YOUR weekly dose via Instagram or on the ‘INSTA’ tab above. Thank you, thank you. -DF
Inspired alert: While in LA recently, I got SO inspired to be more committed to blogging about my passions. I met so many people in LA that were grinding so hard to reach their goals, and to follow their dreams. For a while, I lost my motivation. I got caught up with my new job in Baltimore and sort of lost sight of the original commitment to my blog. I’m back.
edited, March 15, 2019