My name is Chiara. I am 17 and I am a fashion addict.

When I was still in elementary school, I would sneakily read Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar in the back of the library after classes. And my love of fashion began.

This blog is a mix of my personal critic of designers’ collections, random observations on the style world, and my own style.

Have fun exploring!


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  1. So true! I have been at school for 6 years and wearing a uniform was a must. Personal style is really important because even though you’re wearing the same simple thing as everyone else, you can always do things that make you stand out and can give people a better impression of who you are.

      1. It’s also the little things you can do. Like getting pants or dress shirts that fit your body well and give it a tailored look rather than a sloppy looking uniform.

  2. πŸ™‚ just the fact that you stated “library ” to read her magazines reminds me of when I use to drive to libraries or bookstores just to look through piles of magazines. Vogue and Harpers being my ABSOLUTE favorites also. Rachel xo

  3. Your blog is lovely! It’s great to meet young fashionistas around the blogging community. I followed back, looking forward to reading more of your posts!

  4. Hi Chiara,
    Your blog is lovely and very interesting! I know i’ll learn a lot about fashion from your articles. I know what you mean about uniform…i was in catholic school too…wearing an uniform for more than one year…But i shortened the skirt and added some accessories and a nice perfume πŸ™‚ . Sweet memories for me.
    Thanks for the lovely comment you left on my blog, is very much appreciated.

  5. I truly love your blog. You inspire me, a newbie, to become a better blogger. Please feel free to visit my blog any time and comment any suggestions as to how I can improve my posts and what not. Also if you would like, please follow me.

  6. Thanks for stopping by my freaky world/blog! I love yours, your fashion views are exquisite and a joy to read! Keep up the good work.

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