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Wish List


I try to live by a mantra of quality over quantity which also applies when it comes to fashion. Because of this I'm deliberate about my purchases which means not chasing trends and only adding timeless pieces that are closet classics that can be worn for many years to come because it's better for sustainability and cuts down on clutter. The picks in this month's wish list are the type of investment pieces I tend to gravitate towards. I'm proud to say my overall and fashion spending was quite minimal last year so I could divert my finances towards worthy causes and that's something I hope to continue this year.

Items acquired from last month's wish list:
This case is very sturdy and I love the retro camera design.

Vivid hues inject a splash of fresh modernity to this classic argyle sweater.

The  butterfly collar and contrasting taping are standout details that take this mini floral print blouse to the next level.

Ear cuffs are great for adding a layered look without another piercing. I really like how this one is both  delicate yet edgy.

These colorful bracelets strung with a combination of colorful enamel and gold-plated beads will add a touch of fun to any outfit. 

The soft, pleated design and crescent shape silhouette of this bag is so artful. TBH I've been coveting one of these for awhile now. 

These graceful suede leather cut-out ballerina flats with a buckled ankle strap would look equally chic with pants or dresses/skirts.

A classic grey cable knit sweater is a wardrobe staple that is both elegant and versatile. I had one like this that I wore for over 10 years until it was practically threadbare and it's time I replaced it.

Citizens of Humanity is my go to for jeans because of their premium quality, impeccable fit and sustainable craftsmanship. This dark wash pair has a timeless feel that will look great dressed up down.




You can always check out my running wish lists in the Shop With Me section on the blog. What are you coveting? 

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11 comments

Doctor Anne said...

I don’t spend much on fashion either and buy usually preloved (with the obvious exceptions). The diamond knit jumper looks beautiful, I do enjoy the colors a lot.

Ivana Split said...

The jumper and the knit sweater look great. I also really like the bag.

ALLIE NYC said...

Yes same here, when I was younger it was all about quantity now it is all about quality I would rather have few pieces of better quality. And that Staud bag is GORGEOUS. Would love to have one of those!

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Sakuranko said...

I really love the earrings darling
xx

Paola Lauretano said...

So many lovely pieces and great quality, I always love your selections!
Kisses, Paola.

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Sara said...

Very beautiful pieces. Have a great day!
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iamperlita said...

It's definitely more about quality than quantity, which reminds me that I need to purge my closet! LOL. I love that your cup by the way! Thank you for sharing!Have a great week!
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Emmylou said...

Oooooo...I am totally loving that Ralph Lauren sweater, chingu! Also wouldn't mind having those ballerina flats:) I do think it's worth to splurge on items especially if you know they are gonna last for a long time. Better than fast fashion for sure!

The Exclusive Beauty Diary said...

These jumper and sweater are so beautiful, as well as bag. Thank you for sharing.

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Paola Lauretano said...

Totally besotted with the butterfly collar of the floral blouse... so romantic!
Kisses, Paola.

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Amy Aed said...

These items are all so pretty!! Perfect for the cooler weather and those icy winter days!!

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