boho flare

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I have these flare jeans back on heavy rotation, so much so that I’m considering getting the blue wash as well. I’m convinced a better pair does not exist! With all my Frame Denim jeans I recommend going down a size. These black flare jeans were the first pair I bought in my usual size and I need to wash & dry them every few wears when they get loose. I’m nervous for when the color starts to fade! Does anyone have secrets for keeping black jeans black? The last time I wore them on the blog was here with an off-the-shoulder top (which is now on major sale). A friend asked me the other day if a looser top would work with her flare jeans and, already having this outfit planned in my head, I said of course! In my opinion you just need to half-tuck longer tops to define your waist for it to be flattering. This printed tunic is so loose and comfortable. I plan to wear it with skinny jeans and these lace-up flats before we’re in full-on fall mode.

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bag-borrow-or-steal-celine-belt-bagmadewell-classic-white-shirtbag-borrow-or-steal-celine-bagceline-belt-bag-outfitbag-borrow-or-steal-celineSunglasses: Celine, Scarf: Hermes, Shirt: Madewell, Watch: Larsson & Jennings, Bracelet: c/o Eddie Borgo, Jeans: J Brand, Pumps: Ivanka Trump, Bag: Celine via Bag Borrow or Steal, Lipstick: Charlotte Tilbury in 1975 Red

Several weeks ago I was having one of those closet-full-of-clothes-and-nothing-to-wear moments. I tend to shop for statement pieces rather than basics which doesn’t entirely align with how I dress, hence the problem. While I have gotten better about investing in good basics, I realized I was missing quite a few staples. I made a list of wardrobe staples to keep an eye out for and just by having them written down, I’ve checked off six! One being this oversized white button-down shirt. It’s on major sale along with a few other great staples like this military vest, a black fedora and a chambray dress that will be perfect for transitioning to fall.

foreo luna mini

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A couple of months ago I, somewhat hesitantly, swapped my Clarisonic for Foreo’s LUNA mini. While the products in my skincare routine change every few months, cleansing devices have been part of my routine for the past couple of years. If you’ve heard the buzz about this device, I’m sure you’ve thought about giving it a try. Here’s what converted me to the LUNA vs Clarisonic!

First of all, the size is really convenient. The LUNA mini is tiny enough to fit on my over-stuffed bathroom shelf or in the shower – it’s completely waterproof – and is really lightweight so it’s easy to travel with. I never brought my Clarisonic when I traveled because it was too bulky and would inevitably run out of charge. This one comes with a rechargeable USB cable and says it lasts about 300 uses with one charge. With daily use, that means I’ll only be charging it once a year!

Instead of a brush head you have to rinse or replace, it’s made of nonabrasive, nonporous silicone which means no bacteria build-up. Not only is it more hygienic, it also eliminates the cost of replacing brush heads every few months. The tiny nubs called touch-points work with the device’s T-Sonic pulsations (up to 8,000 per minute) to cleanse your skin more effectively. The touch-points on the back are a little bigger – that side is for deep cleansing. Foreo says the LUNA mini is suitable for any skin type but I was still pleasantly surprised at how gentle it is. My skin is pretty sensitive to products but also to the touch, as in I usually get red after exfoliating, but it wasn’t bad even when I used the device with an exfoliator.

The LUNA mini is set to run for one minute with a little buzz every 15 seconds to alert you to move to the next area of your face. There are two speeds, I usually use it on the first one (second is softer) after I’ve removed my makeup with this micellar water. I love how simple it is to use – just apply your regular cleanser, wet the device before using it and rinse it off when you’re done.

I noticed a bigger difference in my skin once I started using this compared to my old cleansing routine. My skin felt softer and looked brighter almost immediately and the products I follow it with seem to absorb better. I don’t get as many breakouts with this routine and I love not having to keep track of when to replace a brush or charge the device.

It’s available in several colors at Bloomingdale’s, Amazon, Bergdorf Goodman, Selfridges, Neiman Marcus and of course Foreo. If you want to try it out, Foreo is generously offering 10% off and free shipping for The Glam Files readers here! Just use the code TGLAMF at checkout, valid today through 9/12.

Device c/o Foreo for review. All opinions and styling are my own. Thank you for supporting The Glam Files collaborations!