Where Street Style Meets High Fashion
“An easy-to-wear Los Angeles wardrobe with a slight edge.”
– Alexandria Norman, Founder and Designer of Bellen Brand.
I’ve teamed up with Bellen Brand and officially became a #BellenBae, whose style is unapologetic with an attitude. I am obsessed with their aesthetic. The perfect mix of sporty and chic that is ultimately street. Bellen Brand prides itself as a representation of LA style that is diverse and eclectic. It’s where street style meets high fashion.
I’m all about fashion, but I’m also all about comfort. Being in Bellen Brand feels like a cloud. The soft textures and superior fit, with an impeccable style and taste. I loved every single piece that they sent me! They were also kind enough to give my followers a 15% off discount with the code "PAU15"
The Long-sleeve Pico Open Back Dress is the epitome of sexy but warm. It gives you the option to not look dull and boring in the LA wintertime. The rib knit material is light and soft, and the fit is a bit loose and extremely comfy.
I incorporated my edgy style to this look and kept it all black, with a variety of accessories to keep the look interesting. My chained and quilted backpack was the excellent match for that sexy back. It screams utmost chic, and very affordable with my code "PAU20" for 20% off along with other Salsit products ;)Long-sleeve Pico Open Back Dress from Bellen Brand / Chained Backpack from Salsit / Hat from Forever 21 / Sunnies from zeroUV / Necklace from Outerbridge / Shoes from Urban Outfitters
The Long-sleeve Zip-front Top is a Fall/Winter staple, paired with the Zip Pencil Skirt that is absolutely flattering for every figure - it highlights your curves. Both pieces have a rose gold zipper detail that makes them out-of-this-world. I kept it simple because I want all the attention on the little details.
The pure white color and fabric overload makes it looks so elegant. I added some gold accents like a gold necklace and gold-heeled shoes from Zara. This set was my last shoot of the year with my resident photographer Allen Chen (@aybce). It’s only been three months since I launched my blog but I learned a lot from him. I am definitely thankful and blessed for all his help and being a part of this journey with me.
Til next time!