Ever since my husband and I moved to Chicago the Lincoln Park Zoo has become one of our top rated things to do on the weekends. During our last trip, we filmed another video lookbook edited by the sound of “Jar of Hearts”. Push play to watch:
Perfect days like this are what Chicago summers are famous for. If you haven’t visited, you must. Little insider tip: entrance to the zoo is totally free!
For every video my husband and I put together there are always those we have to cut out because something didn’t go right. And now you know what I’m gonna say next: bloopers! Instead of letting it all go to waste I thought you might enjoy this
Haven’t seen the original retro-beachwear video yet? Here you go!
As I had promised, here’s the outfit from the video lookbook I posted on Tuesday (be sure to watch it, it’s kinda major news). This video lookbook focused on the details so I assumed you’d wanna look at a steady image of the denim + floral ensemble. And please, don’t forget to comment below and let me know what you’re thinking Yay or Nay for the new video formart?
gap denim shirt and 1969 boyfriend jeans, borrowed marc jacobs sunglasses, topshop necklace, louboutin shoes, michael kors watch, assorted bracelets, sally hansen nail strip
Did you know those who are born in the city of Rio de Janeiro are known as cariocas? I was never a true carioca but for a while I was sure close. Not anymore, though. All the rumors you’ve heard about people there being in perfect tan and shape are absolutely true. They have it all. Beautiful people and a beautiful scenario that composes what is undoubtedly the most beautiful city in the world. Although I’ve never been, the beauty in Paris was built by men, right?
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french connection hat, topshop blouse (similar here), zara jeans, jeffrey campbell sandals, celine bag, hermes bangle, h&m chain bracelet and bangles, forever 21 mirror bangle
Contrary to what many believe, this time of the year in Brazil is not exactly hot. Rio tends to get a lot of rain but luckily this time it was bright and sunny every single day of my stay. Just like the real Rio I know. No boots, no sweaters or umbrellas. Ah!