Denim Trend: Cropped Boyfriend Jeans

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Baggy, distressed, high water jeans, sexy, huh? The fashion industry likes to call this denim trend - the boyfriend jean. Which is funny because when I asked my boyfriend if he likes my new jeans, he said "Why are they called that? Those are clearly not my jeans and I don't even like them." You see, he and many other men, prefer tight jeans that display the female silhouette. Which is usually what I opt for, however, it's sometimes comfortable to wear lose fitted clothing.

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Besides the fact that I feel very Aliyah-ish in my baggy cropped boyfriend jeans, instead of wearing a pair of timbs, I added a feminine twist to the boyish fashion trend. I love mixing feminine and masculine pieces, which is why I wore a peplum top and a pair of minimalist heels to soften up my ripped boyfriend jeans. How would you style a pair of cropped boyfriend jeans?

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What I Wore: Tweed Fabric Peplum Sweater Top (A Fine Line, IfChic), Distressed Boyfriend Jeans (Forever 21) and Beige Ankle Strap Heels (Sirens).

3 Ways to Wear The Color Orange

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Is orange really the new black? Some say the color orange is tough to pull off, but as long as you coordinate the right color combination, no worries, you are good to go. Orange is a bold color that is easy to spot and definitely hard to miss, which is why it should be used as a statement piece in your outfit. I have styled 3 different outfits with the color orange combined with neutrals such as beige and grey, see more below.

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What I Wore: Grey Tank Top (Forever 21), Rust Orange High-Waist Shorts (Forever 21) and Beige Laced Up Sandals (Make Me Chic).

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What I Wore: Orange Midi Dress (Forever 21) and Beige Buckle Up Chunky Heels (Schutz).

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What I Wore: Orange Lace Detail Crop Top (MadRag), Khaki Pencil Skirt (Express) and Grey Laced-up Booties (AMI Club Wear).




How to Properly Moisturize and Hydrate Your Skin


One of the biggest mistakes you can do is avoid face creams. I use to think that since I have oily skin there is no need for a moisturizer, but boy was I wrong. Oily skin is actually a symptom of dehydrated skin. Now you already know that it's important for the human body to stay hydrated, but let me tell you a big beauty concern. It's important to have hydrated skin that way your skin doesn't get cracked or flaky.


Most skin types fall into one of three categories: dry, oily or combination. If you have dry skin you will need extra hydration, while oily skin needs to focus on oil-free products. Neutrogena came out with their Hydro Boost collection which includes a Gel-Cream for those with extra dry skin. I am a huge fan of the Hydro Boost Water Gel because it feels so cool and refreshing on my face.


The Neutrogena Hydro Boost moisturizers instantly quench the skin and keeps your face looking smooth, supple and hydrated. Please note, a quarter size amount will do the job. If you apply more than that, there is a chance you might clog your pores and cause breakouts as with any product. When applying the cream you want to move your hand in upward strokes that way you can help fight gravity and keep your skin looking young. Let's not forget the neck area since that's usually one of the first areas to show signs of aging.

Hope you guys benefit from this beauty tip by integrating these suggestions into your skin care routine. It can make a big difference in how you take care of your skin and don't worry, you can thank me later.



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