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What do you wear to the happiest place on earth?

 

Let’s say that at any theme park, or recreational area a fanny pack is a bit outdated. Don’t get me wrong I love the 80s; as does Naela, but we know our clothing limits, (most of the time). You don’t want to end up being ridiculed on someone’s Facebook because you chose to live in the past. Or maybe you do, what are the odds you’d even know right? I’m glad to say that Naela is very much in the present. You definitely want to go comfortable to place where you will be doing a lot of standing around, walking and eating. The reality is you’re going to be in long lines; and you’re going to stuff your face with ice cream, churros, funnel cakes, candies, lemonades,  Dippin Dots and other foods/ desserts you place in the “I don’t ALWAYS get to eat this” category. Here’s what my sister wore to the happiest place on earth. A faux leather jacket from Forever 21, H&M sweater, a Target pinstripe button up shirt, Alloy Moto boots, gray skinny jeans, and a wrap around scarf from the GAP. You want to make sure you layer. While you may get hot during the day, California nights can get pretty chilly. Plus, if you feel bloated you can just put your jacket back on. Just remember to sit back, relax and enjoy the ride J.

Written by: Diana K. Cansino

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Coco Chanel gave us the best wisdom here: Before leaving the house, a lady should stop, look in the mirror, and remove one piece of jewelry. No one over the age of 10 should buy Crocs — unless you are Mario Batali.
Nina Garcia, Project Runway (via iamkevinsato)

Love Coco

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Leopards Galore

After a long hiatus … I decided it was time to rekindle this blog my sister Naela and I started. I thought it would be fitting that our first post have something to do with leopard print. So, I searched through my thousands of iPhone photos, and came across this little number that Naela wore a couple of months ago. We have a long standing relationship with criticism, my sister and I, and it seemed this outfit made no difference. But, I love that she mixed so many things together. She has a knack for putting different patterns together and not giving a hoot what other people think. 
Here she paired a leopard coat with a denim button up and leopard tank top. She added burgundy tights and a black skirt. Finally her tan boots top off the look. Trust me this isn’t something you see very much where we are from. Most of the time we see pajamas, beaten up slippers and stained ridden clothes everywhere. So needless to say she got a couple of lingering glances her way.

What do you think of the ensemble?

Written by: Diana K. Cansino

Leopards Galore

After a long hiatus … I decided it was time to rekindle this blog my sister Naela and I started. I thought it would be fitting that our first post have something to do with leopard print. So, I searched through my thousands of iPhone photos, and came across this little number that Naela wore a couple of months ago. We have a long standing relationship with criticism, my sister and I, and it seemed this outfit made no difference. But, I love that she mixed so many things together. She has a knack for putting different patterns together and not giving a hoot what other people think. 

Here she paired a leopard coat with a denim button up and leopard tank top. She added burgundy tights and a black skirt. Finally her tan boots top off the look. Trust me this isn’t something you see very much where we are from. Most of the time we see pajamas, beaten up slippers and stained ridden clothes everywhere. So needless to say she got a couple of lingering glances her way.

What do you think of the ensemble?

Written by: Diana K. Cansino

Filed under leopard print fashion photos boots coats tights denim