FOR THE LONG RIDE

Elegance is a state of mind. It is also a practice that, in time, becomes a lifestyle. You start small by adjusting your thirst for elegance by picking the right jewelry, the right clothes, accessories and essentially everything around you. And then you become it and elegance becomes you.

I touched on quality and elegance in my previous posts when it comes to clothes and accessories and today I want to touch on the subject of cars

Surely, we all have them since here in the US they are more of a necessity to get around, so, their primary function is … well … their functionality. Do they have to be stylish and expensive? Not really, unless you want to. But just like our clothes and handbags, our cars are such a constant in our lives. Some of us have jobs that involve a lot of travelling and some … spend a great part of our day commuting to and from one or even several jobs. And if something has such a staying power in our lives, I am of a mind that we should adjust it to suit our needs for aesthetics, quality and comfort.

I like to think that we are our actions and choices and that the things we do, eat, say, wear or use speak about who we are. We all have a chance at being different and unique as we are the ones who can pick what’s right for us. 

And that’s why I partnered with Tricars to remind you that quality, comfort and substance can become a constant in your lifestyle. They are a premier dealership not only because they offer luxurious cars for sale, but because they provide a white-glove experience that is meaningful and considerate of your needs and taste. 

OUTFIT DETAILS:  Featuring a convertible Audi, courtesy of Tricars while wearing:

First Outfit: Isabel Alexander vest (coming soon in my e-store) //The Front Row skirt // Choies Mesh split skirt // Ego Official mesh boots

Second Outfit: Brochu Walker silk top (old), similar here // Vince Camuto silk pants (sold out), similar here and here   // Charles David platform pumps (old), similar here