Positive Changes

“Change means that what was before wasn’t perfect. People want things to be better.” – Esther Dyson

I’ve always been vocal about how blogging has helped me with my style. It’s helped me come to terms with what works for me, yet it’s also helped me push past my comfort zone to try out new trends that I may not have tried before.

I keep thinking, “How does that even make sense?” But, sure enough, it comes together so clearly.

With that said, when I first saw this top pop up in the “daily arrivals” on She In, I knew I had to have it. I always try to group my orders from the site because I know that the shipping can take a while. I’ve gotten lucky in the past and received my package within 4 days, but I’ve also had some that took more than 2 weeks. So I put it in the cart and off I went looking for a few other things on the website.

A few people at work asked me where I got the top. I told them the site, and they all had the same comment at first. “What’s that?” So then I went into my spiel about what kind of site it is and the pros and cons. Everybody sounded so intrigued, “I’ve never heard of that site before!”

It was then that it dawned on me. If I hadn’t stared blogging, would I have ever come across the site? Probably not.

In past entries, I’ve mentioned how keeping up with the site has been difficult but being a blogger has its perks. I think knowing about cool sites that sell awesome, affordable clothes — it has to be a perk! A perk that I’m loving right now!

Here are the outfit details:

  • Shoes: Antonio Melani (via Dillards)
  • Pants: Old Navy
  • Top: She Inside
  • Shades: Oscar de la Renta
  • Bag: Cynthia Hurley

xoxo, Maggie