Plaid Blazer High Waist Crop Jeans Burgundy Boots
Seriously, is it an exaggeration to say that anyone's who's into "fashunnn" seems to own a glen plaid blazer now? 
Or a plaid anything, really?

I don't think there's anything wrong about jumping onto trends bandwagons, since, well, I'm doing it myself (obviously). But when an item is made popular by street-stylers and fashionistas who are always able to make most things look good, can you blame everyone else who wants a delicious piece of the action too?

Plaid Blazer High Waist Crop Jeans Burgundy Boots
    Zara Burgundy Flat Boots
    I see a LOT of socks boots/ankle boots scattered around fashion blogs too — especially red boots, and as someone whose favourite colour is red I am all for 'em. The only reason I don't have red boots on in this post is because I haven't found a pair of red boots that I salivated over since the pair I wore when I studied in Christchurch, New Zealand, for two years straight. (RIP, Dotti red boots.)

    But when I found it hard to walk away from these flat burgundy boots ("flat" being my favourite word, yo girl don't really do heels), I knew they were coming home with me.


      Plaid Blazer High Waist Crop Jeans Burgundy Boots
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      Plaid Blazer High Waist Crop Jeans Burgundy Boots
        Plaid Blazer High Waist Crop Jeans Burgundy Boots
        Basically, in my (possibly unpopular) opinion, jumping on trends bandwagons = TOTALLY A-OK, peeps.

        But how do you wear these ubiquitous trends like everyone else and still be able to look like you?
        Wear them with your favourite items and voilà: call the look your own, baybeh.

        Zara High Waist Crop Jeans Burgundy Boots
        Burgundy leather bag from Myeongdong market Seoul
        OWN it — have attitude and you're good to go!

        Wearing: H&M plaid blazer  |  Cotton On 'Beetlejuice' t-shirt |  Zara crop high waist jeans  |  Zara boots  |  Ring bag from Myeongdong market, Seoul


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