These amazingly comfortable and fashion forward leather like leggings from BCBG Max Azria are one of my favorite pieces in my wardrobe. Apparently, I am not the only one who thinks they rock; after reviewing my Google Analytics, they happen to be the most popular item people are keywording on my site. It only makes sense to put up another post a year later with a completely different look. After all, my wardrobe has evolved quite a bit since then. (click here for the prior post)
This week I started a gluten free diet, my main reason is to find out if wheat is the culprit to my fatigue. It’s gotten worse in the last 2 years after I ditched my healthy way of life to travel and ride bikes. We all know how easy it is to retain bad eating habits on the road with limited food options. Once we settled in to Portland, I started eating more local produce and organic foods but I still was suffering from fatigue. I even went so far to fast and detox, which helped temporarily until I started incorporating my regular foods again. So we shall see, so far I am already feeling a bit more energized and I’ve trimmed up a bit.
I thought what a better way to celebrate my first gluten free week by embracing a bohemian look. I’ve always admired the way high waisted flared jeans looked on models but I wasn’t so sure I could pull it off. To my surprise, I was absolutely wrong. I should have purchased a pair years ago!
These jeans are from Guido and Mary (currently my favorite denim company). Every pair of jeans I’ve purchased from them fits me like a glove. And I am the same size through out their entire line which makes buying online incredibly easy.