holy crap, i love this question! the answer is no, not at all. this blog is an extension of me and, therefore, my taste; i have reached a level of comfort and confidence with it that kind of transcends what other people think. when it comes to fashion, i enjoy being accepted but do not yearn for acceptance. i truly believe that personal style is personal and there is no true definition of a “fashion person” because of it.
i work, girlfriend! the level of envy i have for my sister, a teacher, during the summer is unprecedented, though i do plan to take a mini vaca before fashion week prep begins in august. i am also looking forward to july since sister zucker is getting married.
i don’t mind them! provided that they properly fit your shape, i am down with jean shorts.
i’m so sorry to hear of your allergy; it is frustrating to learn that your beauty routine must drastically change to maintain skin’s proper balance. thankfully, there is a newfound priority for organic product creation, which makes shopping much easier.
here are my top three tips for those of you with sensitive skin:
this is a completely doable request. anoraks are a classic piece of outerwear and though green is the most common shade found, it should be fairly easy to find them in a neutral like tan, black, or navy. my search yielded four particularly wearable results.
because clogs are a niche style, they often carry a hefty price-tag. nevertheless, there are some e-sites that stock a large variety, which tends to mean frequent markdowns. i also added an etsy seller who designs her own extremely affordable clogs.
this is a great question, but please note that the answer i am about to provide is purely my own — i do not speak for blogging/blogs/bloggers as a whole. while i do make a commission off of product-based posts from rewardstyle (disclosed here), it is very slight. additionally, my content is not influenced by what i can or cannot highlight through affiliate linking and i do acknowledge sponsorship or gifting. i do not disagree with your friend that some bloggers conveniently/purposely/accidentally forget to reveal this to their readers, but that is their prerogative. and isn’t it a shame that because of the select few, a girl can’t just post about something because she likes it?