Who What Wear for Target

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Who What Wear for Target

Let me start by saying this is not sponsored - I just LOVE the Who What Wear line at Target! I have purchased several items from the line, and am so impressed. The quality is amazing, and the styles are on trend.

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...You don't often find street style chic pieces at Target, but that's a different story with the Who What Wear line. Everything is a NOW piece without being too over the top. My favorite clothing item from the line is this lace top. It looks so expensive, but it's only $28.

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This outfit is a fall favorite - the lace top looks best (in my opinion) tucked into a skirt or pants. Loving this one I'm wearing from Zara

Quick tip: If you're lazy about shaving your legs like I am and/or don't want to freeze but still want to look cute when it's chilly outside, pair a mini skirt with HIGH over the knee boots. These ones from Charles by Charles David keep my feet and legs so warm. Added bonus: they're vegan!

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Chloe Susanna Dupes

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Hi loves! Happy Monday!

I know that posts have been sparse around here and I hate that. I have been working on new content and ramping up my tiny little space on YouTube, which I am so excited about. If there is anything that you want to see here on this blog, or on YouTube, please let me know in the comment section below!

Ok, on to boots. My favorite fall footwear. I love a good badass boot...they just add so much character to any outfit. 

I often find myself feeling happy and weightless knowing that even though I love the look of certain designer items, I don't love that they are made from leather or suede and therefore I do not purchase those pieces. I am no longer vegan, but I just don't agree with the leather industry. Most times, designer pieces equal leather, which also equals expensive. It can be frustrating when you just love the look of something, but don't have the heart to buy it. 

This is why I love dupes! Personally, I see nothing wrong with dupes. Replicas are a different story. 

It doesn't get much more badass than the Chloe Susanna boots. They're studded, pointed, and have rocker-esque buckles. And I knew I wouldn't be buying them, so I set out to find the perfect, comfortable dupes.

And I found them on Amazon, under $25. Crazy! Shop them right here.

While browsing, I found so many more killer dupes. See them below!

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How To Dermaplane At Home

Shaving my face has been a part of my beauty routine for a LONG time, and I even wrote a blog post about it several years ago, before I knew it was also called "dermaplaning". Well, today I'm excited to share my updated how-to to keep your skin soft, exfoliated, and GLOWY. Just click on the play button above to watch!

Have you tried shaving your face?

xo, Lynn

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Summer to Fall Wardrobe Tips

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Summer to Fall Wardrobe Tips

Living in California, it's easy to wear summer clothes through October...it's so HOT. As I've mentioned here recently, I am over my summer wardrobe and I just want to cozy up in a chunky fall sweater. Until it's cool enough for that to happen, embracing a transitional wardrobe is necessary.

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My tips on how to look 'fall'-ish without sweating your ass off:

+ Introduce dark colors: Like I did with this outfit, I wore my tie front poplin top (which has become an essential piece in my closet) with a silky bronze skirt. I love how tie front tops look paired with skirts or high waisted jeans - perfect for a night of eating pasta.

+ Mix textures: During this transitional season, I like to wear a summery, light cotton piece with something more luxurious. Silky textures are great for when it's still warm outside rather than a knit or tweed.

+ Swap sandals for booties: I love wearing booties with bare legs to show off my (fake) tanned legs a little longer. 

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A transitional look goes deeper than just clothes - I like to change up my hair, makeup, and skincare at this time as well. My skin has been dryer than ever, so I've been exfoliating 3 times per week to get rid of flakiness, and have added extra steps to deeply hydrate my skin. As for makeup, I love breaking out deeper tones and amping up the bronzer to maintain a summer glow.

Let me know how you transition your wardrobe between seasons - always looking for new tips!

xo, Lynn

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Cozy Fall Sweater

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Cozy Fall Sweater

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Fall is almost here (tomorrow!) and I am READY just as much as every basic b who can't wait to put on their Uggs and sip on a PSL. All bitchyness aside, I do love the Leaves candle and kind of feel like a traitor. I may have stocked up on 3 of them during Bath and Body Works' recent candle sale. ;)

The best part about fall is the CLOTHES. And I love the super warm and oversized feel of this cardigan. It was actually cold enough to wear last weekend until 10:30 am in the bay area and I took full advantage. I love the way it looks paired with a flowy tee and distressed denim. 

I am excited to revamp my wardrobe for fall this weekend and will share my finds here in the coming weeks. What are your favorite pieces for fall?

xo, Lynn

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Menswear Inspired

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Menswear Inspired

The end of summer is here, and it is a time when many are uninspired and/or do not want to invest in any new warm weather clothing. Me included. I am so bored with my wardrobe, and it happens everytime a new season is right around the corner. I mix and match items to make my outfits more interesting and fun to wear...doing this really does make a big difference. I feel like a broken record because I mention this in every other blog post, but when I mix things up, I like to pair feminine items with more rocker-chic pieces or in this case, menswear inspired items.

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If you're more a girly girl (like me), you probably have lacy tops, frilly skirts, florals etc. in your closet. Pair one of these items with something menswear inspired (see the juxtaposition here?) and you've already got yourself a not so basic outfit. Here I paired a lacy top, a menswear inspired vest, and distressed denim for a more personalized and juxtaposed look. WOW did that sound like I take my style way, way too seriously! Promise I'm not that big of a self-important asshole. An added bonus of a vest is that it helps cover big boobs - my favorite part!

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