Okay I’m going to be straight up with y’all. I’m not a high-end blogger with designer purses and expensive clothes. That’s just not me, but do I wish it was- of course, who wouldn’t?! My lifestyle does not support buying Prada, Louis Vuitton, or Gucci. Once in a while I’ll buy nicer end pieces from Anthroplogie, Nordstrom or another brand. But, the majority of my clothing is budget friendly and fits the price ranges for shops like the Loft, boutiques, Target, Old Navy, H&M, J.Crew, Gap, Nordstrom, Nordstrom Rack and other stores like those. I would never share or shop items that are over $200, that’s just not realistic in the whole scheme of things. I’m a kindergarten teacher full time, so I have to be self-aware of my spending. (my hubby keeps me accountable that’s for sure!!) Funny thing is, you can style outfits to look designer and higher end. That’s what I’ve done with this outfit and sharing with y’all how easy it is!! Read more to find the secret…
As y’all can tell, that’s it’s super easy to get that “designer look” at a cheaper price! It’s all about finding pieces that look “higher-end” and styling them together! I find it easy to that when you put black and black together. For some reason, black makes an outfit look top notch! When you wear a black top with black jeans and at a front knot with a belt you instantly create that designer look. Can you believe this belt is under $25, but will retail for over $300 designer price?! This outfit consist of some awesome designer dupes that y’all always wanted. Keep in mind these are not designer “knock offs” or else retailers like Amazon would not allow.
This weekend we went down to Austin for a quick weekend trip with Colin’s family. Together we were experience this great city together. We both have been on separate occasions, but it was great to be able to do it together! Obviously when we came down on separate occasions the things we did were a tad different. If you’re interested in an Austin travel guide head to the travel category on the blog HERE!
Love from Texas,