Dress to express, not to impress!

I bet you guys already figured out, but if you haven’t, I love art galleries; so when my mom came to visit me from Puerto Rico, I obviously wanted to share with her mi pasión for places that inspire me and invite me to relax and rejoice in the moment.

After strolling down the High Line and doing a little sightseeing, we stumbled upon Sean Kelly Gallery. The installation exhibited, “Agnosia, an Illuminated Ontology,” is nothing I’ve seen before, it was very contemporary and distinct from any other regular art gallery.

When we arrived, we saw others taking pictures and writing on their journals, so I smiled and my mom knew why. She understands how great I feel when I’m surrounded by creative minds that like to express their thoughts or feelings through any form of art.

Maybe this is why I am into topics like fashion, beauty and style, because I believe that how you dress influences who you are and how others perceive you, and I am not talking about wearing pricey clothing. On the contrary, I am sure one can look as good (or even better) with a $20 outfit than someone who is wearing a $1,000 dress. It is not WHAT you wear that sets you apart but HOW you wear it. Chicas, (if this is a gentleman reading, you are also included in this tip) my golden rule is to wear what I feel most confident in. It doesn’t matter if it’s fashionable or not because how you are feeling will be reflected in how you look!

Talking about style, I wanted to share another way to use a bandana right before I start using scarves to cover up for the winter (not my favorite season since I’m a Puerto Rican girl.) This time, I wore a red bandana folded around my neck paired up with a black leather jacket for a biker look.

*To learn more about the bandana trend, read my last article about it!  


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