{Metallic} Love


The beginning of the week, and we already have exiting news, one being the reveal of the new collaborator for H&M, the one and only Mr. Alexander Wang! What a year for that guy, and so well deserved. I'm super excited for what will be hitting the stores on November 6th. But brace yourself, I'm pretty sure it's going to be a stampede of shoving and pushing just like when the H&M x Isabel Marant came out. Which in consequence left limited pieces (if even) or sold out for the rest of us who don't have an H&M near home. THANKFULLY, I spotted an H&M coming soon to the Shops at La Cantera in San Antonio! Hopes are up now of getting a little piece of love from this collection. Second, the happening of Coachella, a lot a hippie-flowy-lotta-skin-baring fashion inspo. Love what all the fashionistas are wearing. Third, today Mother Nature decided to act like her bipolar self. Just when I spent my whole Sunday spring cleaning, thinking it was definitely time to put away all sweaters and jackets, today we woke up to temperatures 61 with showers (insert angy emoji here). On the bright side, my closet looks pretty organized which lowered my level of anxiety.  And forth, the publishing of the latest Cream Magazine, my {Styled by Michelle} article featuring different kinds and styles of jean cuts. It's my 13th article! Hope you guys like it, read here if you missed it.

Something else exciting, this next outfit post. I had a few pieces in the mail come in from my friends of Design History, a brand you must get to know. I myself didn't know what to expect, but oooh knitty goodness, they were so soft and versatile, a basic worth keeping in rotation. With a combination of sheer and cotton, this top was perfect to be paired against metallics. A look ready for summer by keeping it holographic and embellished, I piled on every thing that shined basically in neutral tones. Just in time for the seasonal closet switch, they're the perfect add ons to my summer wardrobe. Here is one of the tops.

Top: Design History c/o, shorts: Line & Dot, sandals: Zara, clutch: Sara, necklaces: J.Crew, sunnies: Le Specs
pics by: Moy Garza

PS. If you were wondering what my closet looked like before and after, here's a shameless pic.



  1. That clutch is heavenly. Well actually the whole look is pretty flippin perfect!




    1. Thank you Michaela!! :D

      Have a great weekend! xo