Probably what I dislike most about traveling is pre-styling outfits and it especially drags more when the destination you’re traveling to is currently on the opposite time of year. Right now winter season is in full effect in Guatemala — cool mornings, gloomy afternoons, rain and plenty of humidity. So, in order for my outfits to make sense I needed to consider comfortability (of course) and slightly warm pieces yet light-weight enough to survive the sticky humidity. Solution to my style task? A quarter-length top, shorts and a layered piece make up the ideal combo.
Layering creatively with color and a fall-dominated outfit from head-to-toe.
As I continue to experiment with my style, I naturally gravitate towards versatility. It makes transitioning pieces from one season to the next effortless and it’s one less thing to worry about. I like to call them “investments” a.k.a. guilt-free purchases.
Crochet, fringe, and laser-cut detailing are Spring/Summer’s staples.