I've been seeing this mysterious hashtag #NovaBabe all over instagram, so I decided to investigate and see what all the fuss was about. So I bought seven full outfits from Fashion Nova and wore them for a week to see if they were as good IRL as they looked on instagram. What do you think of my Fashion Nova clothing haul? Did I achieve #NovaBabe status?
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HELLO FRIENDS!!! so sorry for the short hiatus, i was in new york last week for creator summit and then was taking a bit of time to do some business & operations stuff... but i'm BACK! what did you think of these outfits?? am i a #novababe yet? and stick around to the end for an update on the ~frankenphora~ lipstick!
You often seem to complain about high heels being painful. Have you ever consulted a shoe specialist? I had never worn high heels before I was 16 (for a formal high school dance = whole day of formal dancing in high heels) I have really wide and flat feet, still the specialist found high heels that I was happy to wear the whole day and I still use them in every party I go to. And makes it easier to find more fitting shoes when I know more about my feet.
I bought the jumpsuit and for those who are wary of the pube/inner thigh but the situation with the slits, you can use fashion tape/double sided tape to keep those parts safe and hidden. Hope this helps!
Im a swede and i dont know why but seeing people from other countries eat meatballs in ikea seems so weird to me for some reason... i dont have anything against it, it just reminds me of when i was younger and my entire class would go and eat meatballs there. yes we did that. we got free ice cream
you should make a video wearing outfits that are from sustainable clothing brands, like the opposite of romwe or fashion nova. i think the number one problem with these companies is that they encourage fast fashion- with horrible working conditions and materials. the sad thing is though that the quote "good" companies are just so expensive