Red Bandana

The idea of blogging is so passé to many.
I had someone tell me "blogs are so 90's..."
So what if they are, as with everything its

 just a matter of choice.
Black trousers H&M - Chambray off the shoulder top Hot Delicious
I can only say positive things about it and how it
has changed and continues to shape how I dress,
what I chose to wear and how I want to wear it. 
Black bucket bag Red Moschino - Red heels Melissa
For instance today, a red bandana with
an off shoulder top is something I would
have probably not thought about wearing,
but I'm pretty sure I saw it on a blog a month 
or so ago and the moment I got the bandanas 
I knew exactly how I wanted to wear it.

Blogs may be passé but if its a way to keep you
wear updated... are they ? 

Linking up to the Mix


Black Dress Inspiration said...

Qué guapa estás con la badana

Sheila said...

Please, we barely had internet in the 90s! Blogs are very much a mid-aughts (2006-2010) thing! I don't care that the blog craze is past - good! - now we can blog to our hearts' content without every woman in the world competing for the audience!

Love this look, Lorena - it really suits you.

Mica said...

I've heard many people say blogging is dead...but they use a blog to get that message across so it can't be the truth, ha! It's definitely changing but like you I find I still get ideas and inspiration and community from blogs so I'm definitely not going to give it up any time soon.

Away From The Blue Blog

Rina Samantha said...

Blogs are definitely not a thing of the past! If anything, They are the future! I only see blogs continuing to be more influential and regularly accessed by readers and consumers. I love all the fashion inspiration I gather from them too!


Óscar said...

¡Hola, Lorena! He visto que te has pasado por mi blog y ahora yo he descubierto el tuyo, así que me quedo por aquí como tu nuevo seguidor nº203. Espero que me sigas de vuelta y nos leamos y comentemos.

Un saludo,
Le Style et Moi

JJ said...

Amazing! I am in love with the scarf, makes the whole outfits all the more chic and cool!
Love your style and blog! Followed on Bloglovin!

Chronically Vintage said...

What a strange statement for someone to make - exceedingly few blogs as we know them now existed in the 1990s. 2000s, sure, but 1990s, not so much yet. Blogging is neither passe or dead. It might not be quite as popular in some niches as it once was, but often this means that the most passionate/talented/dedicated souls have stuck at 'er and that created an even more enjoyable, informative blogging environment in the process.

xoxo ♥ Jessica

*PS* Adore this outfit!

Imogen Lamport, AICI CIP said...

Blogs are definitely not passe (I have to say that as I write a blog), I think much of mainstream fashion magazine is passe, but not blogs. Real regular people with their achievable style - great inspiration for us all! I love the red scarf - very Parisienne!

LyddieGal said...

Blogs are the new magazines? I mean, I used to love looking at lucky for outfit ideas, but now I just look at blogs. It's also a way to keep tabs on what I've worn and inspire myself. Really, when I don't know what to wear I could look at pinterest for two hours, or I could just look at what I wore last summer and do a variation on that, since you know, it's already in my closet.

Natalie S said...

You're killing it with this one! Love the whole outfit. I feel the same way as you. Blogging makes me wanna try new outfit ideas that I will probably not try. You receive inspiration and also create inspiration. I don't think blogging is dead, I think it has transformed.

Elegance and Mommyhood said...

I don't think blogging are passe, not at all. Blogging is blooming these days and more and more brands, stores, retailers and new companies want to work with bloggers, than ever before. I think whoever said that to you might have been drinking lol.

Blogging has changed my life and the way I dress too though I have always been an adventurous dresser. Love, love how this came together and I want to try it, too. You look fabulous, my friend!