Love it! Great style with lost of Latin flair! The “lunares” of the top pair beautifully with the “tie-dye” print of the flirty skirt. It’s sexy and flirty, but in a sweet, feminine way. I find that shorter hair is not a very popular option among Latin American women, but you’re right, on her it looks absolutely fantastic, and it highlights the flirty nature of the outfit much better than longer hair would.
Yes! Great hair indeed. I love how you keep presenting us stylish women with short hair. I don’t like me even saying this, because it shouldn’t be such an exception. But somehow it still is (where I live but also on streetstyle blogs). Its typical Sartorialist to change that. Have fun in Mexico!
Mexico has a lot of talent in the creative department, chefs, designers, stylists, interior design they just don’t get the credit they deserve, most countries exploit them and they do nothing….you see Mexico’s influence everywhere and yet they are not credited.
Gorgeous. I especially love this look because it seems so simple and easy to pull off regardless of your budget or skill level as a stylist. And I like that it’s beachy while still looking so pulled together and sophisticated.