The Edit | Favorite Foundations

As someone who unfortunately has had troublesome skin since puberty, foundation has been an absolute must for me. Totally paramount in my make up routine, I never leave the house without it unless I'm hitting the beach. I've always dreamed about being able to use a few dabs of concealer here and there, or a light tinted moisturizer and be good to go. Not that it's annoying to actually apply foundation, but who the hell doesn't want perfect skin? My skin has been clear but I still deal with redness and acne scarring. Finding the right foundation can be tricky and when you find one that works it's like the cloudy skies part for those magical Jesus sun rays to come through and angels start to sing. Right? Well, at least for me...

So this is my current foundation collection and yes, I realize I have quite a few. For years and years I was a serial monogamist when it came to foundations, it didn't cross my mind that I would need more than one. Fast forward to now I have over a dozen because I love testing out products and I think maybe the absolute holy grail formula will be found in the next one I buy *eye roll* but each of these fit whatever particular "mood" my skin wants to be that day.  All of these are also formulas that I really really like, I return products that don't work for me (i.e. Charlotte Tilbury Magic foundation, Tom Ford Traceless Perfecting Foundation, NARS All Day Luminous Weightless foundation) but amongst them are some real standouts. 

Swatched in the order of bottle shown above

Swatched in the order of bottle shown above

And now for my favorites among the favorites (in no particular order): 

1. Givenchy Lingerie de Peau is listed first coincidentally but it's probably my favorite formula ever. Quite fluid in consistency but coverage is a very solid medium and can be built up to full. Since it's thin, it glides easily on the skins surface and really adheres to my face. After a few minutes it looks seamless and like my own skin without any makeup on, which is what this foundation is described to do. Pores are gone even without a primer and it stays put for hours although I haven't yet tested it out in super hot and humid weather. The finish is a slightly dewy and glowy.  Light fragrance and SPF 20. Only cons are that alcohol is high on the list and the color runs a little pink on me so I have to mix yellow pigment. 

2. NARS Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer is a little deceiving because it's got way more coverage than your typical tinted moisturizer which are normally sheer. This is a lighter medium coverage with a creamy texture and really natural finish. Definitely true to its name it has a bit of a radiance. It's a formula that seems to work just about whenever especially if I'm feeling a little bit dry because it doesn't cling to any patchiness or look cakey, so it's easy to wear. SPF 30 and stays on for several hours without breaking up.

3. NARS Sheer Glow was  a foundation I've worn for several years. A lot of people will think that due to its name it's very sheer with a lot of glow, but it is in fact referring to just a "sheer glow" and has medium buildable coverage. I had oily skin and it worked for me but I had to blot throughout the day regardless of any foundation I wore. However this didn't make me into a super greaseball just by application. Like the  Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer this formula is also very easy to work with. I've used Stromboli (comparable to MAC NC-30) consistently but this past winter I was the palest I've been in forever so I picked up Punjab to match me better. The whole range runs pretty yellow so if you've struggled with finding warmer shades maybe look into this.  Since it's SPF free it's a good choice to wear when you'll be in flash photographs. It doesn't come with a pump but I've never minded. 

4. Too Faced Born This Way is a full coverage formula that hugs the skin and blends in beautifully to look natural but it's not undetectable on the face. I first picked it up when it came out and when my skin was oily. It did NOT work, it was grease slick city from the get go and I was blotting my face like crazy. It's oil-free but a hydrating formula due to the infusion of coconut water. I was so sad to have to return it because application and the finish was so pretty. When my skin normalized more I tried it again and it's been a happy love story since. 

5. Surratt Real Skin Foundation Wand is a newer product and Troy Surratts only foundation. It comes in a unique tube with a flat angled buffing brush attached which I find to be a bit useless since the diameter of the brush is small and difficult to evenly spread the product. But I just squeeze the foundation onto a palette and use a different brush to apply. This goes on like a dream! Slightly thicker in consistency and literally seems to melt into my skin and looks so natural with a medium coverage.  It works well solo but when paired with the Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer it's a knockout combo which I've mentioned on my Snapchat. The packaging makes it easier for people who like to apply or touch up on the go. Only con is that the amount of product inside is 0.5 oz which is half the standard amount, so for $65 this is very expensive. 

6. Koh Gen Do Aqua Foundation has been written about so many times as an industry standard and a favorite to so many. From Japan it's a liquid mineral foundation that's supposed to provide a very natural finish that mimics a post-facial glow. Coverage is a lighter medium which is enough for me to be satisfied with it but I have to use it when I'm having a good skin day because it doesn't build up that easily. If you're looking for something that looks super natural and feels lightweight I would definitely recommend checking this out.  A con is that there is a very limited number of shades available, this caters to fair-medium skin tones only.

So in addition to my favorite foundations I wanted to include some "foundation helpers". These are products I mix in to help with color correction or matching my skin tone. 

Make Up Forever Chromatic Mix in Yellow is a tiny bottle of pure water-based pigment (also available in oil-based) that I add to any foundation that runs a little cooler (like the Guerlain Lingerie de Peau). I had no idea products like this existed until this year and I'm totally obsessed. In the winter my skin seems a little harder to match and make up can look pink on me so I add about two drops to this onto a palette with the foundation, mix it up and it's a perfect match!

NIOD Photography Fluid is not a primer but a thicker serum textured liquid you  can either wear on its own or under foundation to help neutralize discoloration and flaws. It's dispensed by a dropper and the liquid itself is a creamy pale shimmery gold color, it is SO pretty. It's called Photography Fluid because it refracts light to make you look like your best self in real life and in photography, basically a real life Instagram photo filter. When swatched on bare skin there is a sheen but not from shimmer particles, it's just a glow and with foundation over it the glow is much more subtle but I suppose it depends on how sheer your foundation is. It's very similar to the Becca Backlight Priming Filter in finish but that has a pink undertone whereas the NIOD is yellow/golden. I'm very into the strobed/highlighted look but prefer a subdued effect rather than wanting my glow to be seen from space and this paired with a highlighter is gorgeous, I especially can't wait to wear it with tanned skin.

The Body Shop Shade Adjusting Drops in "Lightening" is pretty self explanatory, a pigment that will lighten up any foundation. It comes in handy if you don't want to drop the money and buy another shade of the foundation you use. This doesn't change the texture or performance of the make up and though it has a pink tinge, I don't see that it changes the shade. Also comes in a darkening color but I've heard mixed reviews on that one. 

PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT | GOOD GENES

I'm going to be incorporating more skincare and beauty posts to the blog since the older I get the more important it is that I try to preserve what I have now and if I find something that's effective I love sharing the goods. I've always been into skincare, I'm not the type of girl who takes her face off with a make up wipe and goes to sleep. The steps in my skincare routine are something I really look forward to every night and although I'm not as hardcore as some people out there (I'm not looking to spend 30 minutes each night on a regimen) but I definitely enjoy relaxing in the bathroom and taking the day off my face.

Sunday Riley has been on my radar for quite some time but I never bit the bullet. Last year I tried some of my cousins Ceramic Slip, a cleanser, and thought it was a nice departure from my foaming cleansers but I had only sampled it. I had a few products bookmarked and that I read reviews on, the whole line seems to be hit or miss. I zeroed in on Good Genes since I have several beauty oils and it seemed like an interesting "do it all" type of product. It's not often that a product will really make me fall head over heels in love with it but that's exactly what happened. 

I'm a fan of chemical exfoliants over rough and grainy ones, and I hadn't experimented much with lactic acid before. The highlights of what Good Genes claims to do is: fixing uneven skin tone and dullness, reduce dark marks, smooth out wrinkles. I don't have any wrinkles but I do have acne scars and uneven skin tone so those were my main concerns. After using it every night for a week I couldn't believe what a difference it had already made. My scars had significantly lightened up which is the most difficult problem to fix since they stay around FOREVER on my skin type. Overall things seemed a lot smoother in texture and much more even which I never experienced before from a single product. I had a few small break outs and it seemed to zap them away after one or two nights. It's seriously amazing but don't forget it's not a miracle product. There's only so much skin care can do but so far I'm really impressed. The first time I applied it I did experience a burning/stinging sensation but the following consecutive nights it didn't sting. It will come back if I take a break from using it for a few days. It's a slightly thicker serum/thin moisturizer in consistency and half a pump is sufficient for my whole face but the product does seem to go rather quickly so I'm trying to conserve it since it's pricey, but it's so good that I want to use it every night! If you're an avid review reader like I am you'll probably think this is a crapshoot, but for me this is a product I plan on buying again.

silky smooth

Slightly reminiscent of pajamas, but I'm loving this silky and super low-cut (fashion tape is a must) which matches Ezzie's shiny black coat might I add. Also, can we take a minute and appreciate that denim cut offs are a thing because I'm sure my fellow shorties will appreciate saving a trip or two to the tailors. Now that warmer weather is coming up I've been hacking away at so many pairs that I've kept in my closet and really loving it. Mixing it up with a dressier top plays down the whole look.  And sorry for not rotating my bags more, you're probably tired of seeing this bag but I've been bringing it back out nonstop and currently my favorite!

COS top | Zara jeans | Louis Vuitton boots | Saint Laurent bag

My Picks | French Pharmacy Edition

As previously mentioned, I lived in Paris for a few months in 2015 and it was one of the best times of my life. Apart from eating double my weight in pastries and pâté, I was buying French products regularly since I had intentionally brought only a few from home. Some of the items listed are popular cult favorites and some I bought as impulse purchases which is rare because I never buy anything without reading up on reviews beforehand. I should preface that my skin type is not sensitive at all which is why I think I have more flexibility to play around with products. I'm normally combination/oily but at the moment my face is getting really dry because of medication I'm taking, so some things will be targeted for oily types and some things for major hydration but overall everything could be used by any skin type.

There are literally pharmacies on every other street corner but you've probably heard of City Pharma and how it's the  place to hit up when you're in Paris. It's built up quite the rep and thus causing hoards of people (mainly tourists) to shop there. City Pharma is especially famed because A) they have a huge inventory and carry everything  B) their prices are significantly cheaper. You're bound to find what you need among their two level shop including hard to find items.  I had to run out to my neighborhood pharmacy several times to pick up emergency items and I definitely paid a few extra euros compared to City Pharma. They have a huge knowledgable staff to help you locate your items and answer any questions however not everyone is fluent in English. It's crowded at all times so my tip would be to research what you plan to purchase beforehand and make a list that way when you're there you don't become overwhelmed. I'm not the type who likes to browse and take my time especially when people are knocking and pushing into me so whenever I had to go, I went in and out. You can also get a VAT refund once you spend the minimum of €175 so if you know you'll be spending a lot but maybe not that much, ask if your friends and family have some things they'd like you to pick up as well..win win for everyone! It's also located in one of my favorite areas of the city that offers great shopping and restaurants. Cafe de Flore is around the corner and Rue de Grenelle and Rue des Saints-Péres are full of high end boutiques that have less tourists.

One of my first (of many) struggles in Paris was dealing with the hard tap water. I'd never experienced this because in the past I've always stayed in hotels and I guess they have built-in hard water filters because my hair situation was like none other. After a few showers in my apartment my hair started feeling like I hadn't washed it in weeks and at the same time had been applying wax or pomade by the tub - disgusting. It was driving me crazy and I tried red wine rinses with no luck and ACV but I hated smelling like salad vinaigrette throughout the day. I found this Klorane shampoo while browsing a random forum and it was a life saver. It's for for oily hair types and helps to regulate sebum on the scalp. Even using it back in the States it's helped my hair feeling clean for a lot longer. 

Sachajuan isn't actually a French brand but I saw it everywhere and did pick this up at a pharmacy. If you're into some volume or a lot of volume and have never tried a hair powder you NEED to try one. It's such a good way of absorbing extra oil but also amping up your roots. I've tried other brands and they either feel too chalky on my hair, application is messy, or don't anything. The Volume Powder by Sachajuan does a great job at creating texture and lifting my roots without leaving the feeling of residue. There is a spray for dark hair but I don't have any problems with this one. The scent is pretty strong when it's first sprayed but mellows to a soft and pleasant one.

I've stopped believing that a cleanser will be any sort of miracle product so now all I expect from mine is that it doesn't leave my skin feeling stripped, but still clean, and doesn't break me out. The Avéne Cleanance gel  has a high pH level and it's soap free so it's really gentle. This bottle is also seeming to last forever. I use the tiniest amount, not even a dime size, and it lathers up great. I always use a make up remover before my cleanser so I can't say if this is good at taking off make up. If you have difficulty with skincare products aggravating your skin, you should check out Avénes range because they mainly target ultra sensitive skin types. 

I think everyone and their mother has heard of Bioderma Créaline H20  at this point but if you haven't, they're for cleansing skin and you don't have to rinse! I've tried to use them as make up removers and it wasn't sufficient so what I love them for is removing any residual eye make up that may be lingering after I wash my face and also removing lipstick. I soak a q-tip and it comes right off without transferring color outside my mouth. The smaller bottles are perfect for traveling.

La Roche Posay Serozinc: I came to know this product when it was gifted to me and it's a spray toner for acne prone skin. Aided by mainly zinc, which is known for helping to calm down activity on the face. It doesn't do anything really significant but it's one of those products that when I didn't use it, I noticed the balance in my skin was sightly off. So it's become sort of habit to keep it in my routine and it's refreshing to spritz my face with it after cleansing. It used to be impossible to find outside of France but now the company's website ships to the U.S.

Hydraphase Legere: One weekend while visiting my boyfriend in Rome, my skin started to act up and it was super dry around my chin and my regular moisturizer which was the only one I had brought just wasn't cutting it. I popped into a pharmacy and asked for something that was super rich in texture, and very emollient. I prefer cremes like that because then I feel like my skin is actually hydrated and won't flake off. The pharmacist instead recommended this moisturizer, the texture is actually very light. It contains Hyaluronic Acid and even though it's supposed to "intensely" quench thirsty skin, it's something I personally wouldn't be able to use all year round. In the summer when it's more humid this will be perfect to wear alone.

Effaclar Mat: Over the last few years I've learned that despite the fact heat my skin type is oily I'm not a fan of mattifying products, especially moisturizers. They leave a slick feeling like there's silicone in there and I'm just not a fan. But this one doesn't do that and leaves my face feeling more matte and a nice canvas for foundation. 

Baume B5: A multi-purpose creme, this is super heavy in texture and quite rich. Some people use it as a daily moisturizer but not only is the tube pretty small, I don't see the point of that. It's used for healing skin that's been treated chemically (i.e. peels)  irritated areas, super dry skin, lips, and so much more. I like waxing at home with Nads (I've been a faithful fan since high school) but in Paris all I could find were either the bricks you have to melt down (no thanks, so inconvenient) or the pre-coated fabric strips that you rub between your hands to warm up. I bought a pack of Veet, the most common brand I saw in grocery stores and used a strip on my underarms only to horrifyingly peel off a layer of skin of my right armpit. That night I was in pain but it was nothing like the forthcoming days; my skin was SO red and SO painful and becoming blistered. Also being in hot and humid conditions wasn't helping the irritation. After trying pure aloe vera which did nothing, I bought a tube of this and rubbed it on my poor pit twice a day and it most definitely sped up the healing process. Also great for those of you who pick at your zits, it'll help heal them and prevent scarring and just any type of cut in general - it's replaced Neosporin for me. It's super versatile and I'd recommend everyone get one! A little goes a long way with this stuff.

Unfortunately I think the majority of Sanoflore products is impossible to find online and outside of France at reasonable prices, so they're a brand you should look into your next trip there. Their products are all based on the beneficial properties of botanicals. I was given a sample of the Essence Merveilleuse, an anti-aging oil that helps skin regenerate while you sleep which is how I came to be familiar with Sanoflore. I've had oils in my medicine cabinet for some time and would use them on and off, but now I've become really strict with using them at night. In the morning skin is plumper and any anti-aging product I use is a preventative since I don't have any fine wrinkles yet so I guess they're all working? I rotate between a few but the scent of this is so good so it's a nice treat to use before bedtime. 

The Elixir des Reines is a serum made from royal jelly that I use right after washing my face and before moisturizer. I picked it up because I've heard of how great royal jelly is and I've never used a product with it so I wanted to try it out. It's really light and absorbs quickly, but this product also has an amazing scent..it's pretty sweet like floral candy. 

I'm like Goldilocks when it comes to body lotion. I like them to be emollient but not too emollient. I like them to leave my skin slightly greasy (am I the only one?) but texturally they shouldn't be too stiff and creamy. Scent is also really important, nothing too sweet or heavy. Topicrem is exactly that and has since become my holy grail moisturizer. I can't praise it enough, it's sooo good. I think it smells similar to Keri's original moisturizer, if my memory serves me correctly..I might be wrong. But I love Keri's fragrance anyway. 

I picked Granado's Manteiga Emoliente up during one of my many trips to Le Bon Marché so it's not a pharmacy product and it's also Brazilian, not French. It's a super thick creme for dry spots like feet and elbows or in my case, hands during the winter. But the smell is what I'm obsessed with..freesia, orange blossom, patchouli, jasmine and some other good stuff.

I first heard of Biafine when reading an interview with Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele and she listed it as a beauty staple of hers. It's a thick formula used to treat superficial cuts, sunburns, and any  burn in general which is why I picked up a tube, because I was definitely getting injured quite a bit. It can be used like Neosporin is and some people seem to use it pretty regularly but it's a medicinal creme so I don't think it's a good idea to be applying it often.  It has an interesting scent..it reminds me of when I walk into a laundromat - is the best way to describe it. Hard to find for a decent price in the U.S.

Sampar products target the modern day woman living in an urban landscape (hey, that's me!) and uses formulas that help skin against the damaging effects of pollution. They have some interesting exfoliants which is what both of these are and I use them both in the evening. The Equalizing Foam Peel can be used up to three times a week. You apply, let sit for two minutes, lather it into a foam and then rinse off. It's a gentle exfoliant that I don't use to significantly remove dead skin but to clear out my pores and hit the refresh button on my complexion for brightness and softness. However, it does smell pretty strong, like herbal medicine. 

The Noctural Rescue Mask is my favorite out of the two. Apply it to cleansed skin under moisturizer and you rinse it off in the morning. I'm never too sure of whether or not serums will be effective on top of products like this, so I just skip them on the nights I apply this mask. It helps with breakouts, softens, tightens pores and mattifies skin. Smells exactly like honey and roses..yum.

If you're a fan of overnight lip treatments, then you'll love Nuxe's Reve de Miel  citrusy smelling lip balm. It's very thick but not sticky, and it goes on matte so it's great for under lipsticks. However, if your lips are the least bit flaky the balm will clump between them and make them look worse so I love this when my lips are smooth and exfoliated. It's not an overnight formula but that's when I like to use it best because it really stays on and I wake up with super hydrated and plump lips.

For me, there's really no other reason to pick up a bottle of the Huile Prodigieuse other than the sake of smelling AMAZING. It's actually a major cult product with a bottle selling like every twenty seconds or something. It's a dry oil so it absorbs quickly and can be used for baths, in hair, face and body. The scent was so popular that Nuxe even released a perfume. I used it for my hair but now I'm saving it for the summer when I can apply it to my body because that's exactly what it smells like, but not in a cheesy tropical Hawaiian Sun tanning oil way.

It was only in 2015 that I started to pay attention to Hyaluronic Acid, mainly in moisturizers. But I realized that the potency of HA was actually weak in these products, they weren't putting in concentrated amounts. Upon the temporary discontinuation of Avibon, the site directed me to this, Ialuset, pure Hyaluronic Acid. If you aren't familiar with why this stuff is so good for your skin..look it up. I take a pea size of product, warm it up between my fingers so that it slightly melts and apply it. At first it'll feel very heavy but it sinks into the skin quickly and I layer a moisturizer on top. I'm sure you could use it on it's own but since it dries to feeling very smooth, I like something else over it. I use it both day and night and I've absolutely been loving it and one of the products that I highly recommend.

I'll keep the info on Homeoplasmine succinct: it is the BEST LIP BALM EVER. I love it so much.

Pink Pop

I'm not really sure what it is about the color pink that turns me into that emoji with hearts for eyes. I had a brief love affair with lavender when I was really young but since then it's been pink and only pink - we've been going strong. The color didn't infiltrate my closet much though. I refrained from buying pink clothes because I didn't think it was a flattering color on me and I also avoid anything too girly. But when it comes to accessories it's open season and I go especially crazy for a pink shoe. When these mules first came around I wasn't impressed by the other color variations, but a second glance at the metallic pink color that oozes the perfect amount of saccharine sweetness and I knew I had to get them. 

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Acne leather jacket | COS shirt | Levi's jeans | Gucci mules | Chanel bag

Long Time No See

Well it's definitely been a minute since I've updated this site but I'm happy to say that I made the decision to start posting again! I thought about the fact that I had put a lot of hard work into creating this blog and what had originally started as a hobby had become something so much more and I thought it was due time to pick it back up again. Documenting my style is something I've done for well over thirteen years on various platforms and while it may seem vain and frivolous to some, I enjoy doing it - as simple as that. Pink Horrorshow has always been straight to the point and a clear focus on my style with some glimpses into my personal life and I hope to always keep it that way. I've gotten messages over the course of my hiatus from readers asking if I would please go back to blogging and I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who's paid any attention to me since I started this seven years ago, it really means a lot.  xx


Earlier this year I was living in Paris for a few months which some of you may have known if you follow my Instagram. It was the first time I wasn't visiting as a week long tourist and to say that I loved it would be a total understatement. Being immersed in French culture was refreshing; adopting their habits and of course taking notice of  Parisian style was inevitable. Fortunately while I was there the euro was ridiculously low so I took advantage of that and was able to find something that I had been looking for years: a lightweight oversized menswear inspired coat. It's one of the best things I bought while living there, I'm obsessed with it and it's great because I can wear it casually during the day or throw it over something more formal in the evening and it looks good both ways. Points for versatility! Since nearly everything from Céline is oversized and thus makes me look like I'm swimming in their clothes, I had the sleeves tailored by a genius seamstress who had her shop next door to my apartment and turned it into something great to something perfect.

Céline cashmere coat | Vince sweater | Levi's jeans | Gucci shoes | Saint Laurent bag | Ray Bans

Back To School

Kipling, Jansport, Eastpak..remember those names? I don't think I've worn a backpack since middle school but I'll gladly take a trip down memory lane with this casual-cool version from Elizabeth & James.  Check out the other spring backpack styles from Nordstrom below!

ASOS coat, One Teaspoon shorts, Elizabeth & James bag, Céline sunglasses, Chloe shoes


Washed Out

As much as I love a white pant, I never wore them knowing I would never be able to keep the pristine however I'm completely obsessed with these from and they arrived just in time for spring. By the way, I will always recommend J Brand as they are my favorite denim brand. Super flattering and their styles with a shorter inseam is perfect for shorter girls! From The Dreslyn, a really great boutique that has a desirable list of designers to shop from. Check them out!

Acne jacket, Nicholas K sweater, J. Brand jeans, Saint Laurent bag, Miu Miu sunglasses, Common Projects shoes

Saturday Strolls

With spring teasing us New Yorkers with glimpses of her then letting a cold front come through, everyone's absolutely relishing the good days. Ezzie and I thoroughly enjoyed this past Saturday though, anytime I can get away with just a leather jacket and he doesn't have frigid paws is a good time!
 
Céline jacket, Zara t shirt and jeans, vintage Chanel boots, Givenchy bag, vintage Ray-Bans

Rock Chic

Ever since I lost my holy grail vintage rock tee years ago (I'm convinced my closet somehow swallowed it up, I've been collecting them endlessly. Softness, graphics, and of course the right band is crucial. Thanks to One Teaspoon I found another to add to my collection! The past year or so a lot of Aussie labels have been catching my eye and One Teaspoon's perfected the art of laid-back casual cool.

Acne jacket, One Teaspoon shirt, Zara jeans, Chanel bag, Common Projects sneakers

Clean Cuts

Every winter I face the same issue: a major lack of sweaters in my closet. For whatever reason the ones that fit well are hard to find and then there's the price issue of the really great ones. Fortunately I came across some that are not only of great quality and keep my ridiculously warm, but they fit!

 Candy & Caviar sweater, Zara skirt, Saint Laurent bag, Givenchy boots

Winter Blues

It's at that point of the year again, when it's just too cold to give a damn. Dressing well and stepping out feels like a major commitment and all I want to do is wear old jeans and sweatshirts. However last winter I fell in love with this coat that was completely sold out everywhere in my size. Months later after some lucky Ebay searching I had found it, new, for an unbelievable price *~*fate*~*. Taking it out to wear makes the cold somehow feel just a little bit less painful.

 Balenciaga coat, Six Twenty x Jazzi McG tee, Zara jeans, Givenchy boots and clutch, Miu Miu sunglasses

Cyber Monday

Alexander Wang sandals // Maison Kitsune sweater // Peter Pilotto dress // Sunday Somewhere sunglasses // Mawi chain cuff // Beck destroyed jeans // Margiela booties // IRO dress

List of my favorite sales:
Foward by Elyse Walker (up to 50% off)
Dreslyn (up to 70% off + additional 20% discount)
Ssense (up to 50% off)
Otte NY (20% off entire site)
J.Crew (30% off entire site + free shipping)
Net-A-Porter (up to 50% off)
Shopbop (spend some save some)
Yoox (up to 50% off + an extra 15% discount)
Saks Fifth Ave (up to 40% off)
Barneys (up to 50% off)
ASOS (30% off entire site
The Corner (20% F/W items)