A Natural Hair and fashion lifestyle blog based in Sonoma County, in the heart of Wine Country. Amber serves up inspiration for winery tourism, vegetarian recipes, style, and skincare.

Like a Diamond

 Wouldn't you know that I only own two pairs of leggings? My other is a dark maroon velvet pair. I selected these fun diamond print ones from Romwe as payment from a sponsor, and they are so much fun (and comfortable!).

Tank: a friend's DIY // Jacket and necklaces: Forever21 (find a similar anorak here) // Leggings: Romwe // Heels: Guess // Bag: D&B. Photographs by Chelsea Bond and myself!

I really love this outfit. I think it's the amazing comfort of the legging, and the ease of walking in these shoes combined that make this so fun. Also, have you ever seen me wear so much blue? It's a rarity for me! So much blue, and not a denim piece in sight. Also, if someone had told me what I would wear a white(ish) pair of leggings during my lifetime, I would have laughed hysterically. But, that's what fashion is for: to break the rules that you thought you abided by.


  1. This is such a cool outfit. Your style is such a freaking TALENT I swear. There's no way I could come up with an outfit this awesome!

  2. Awesome outfit, I love everything about it :)) Romwe leggings are the best, I've become addicted to them hah No, seriously, I have way too many leggings in my closet, in a way they have become a replacement for my skinny jeans.

  3. You have such a gorgeous smile! I love this look!

    -Jacqui, burgundywhispers.com

  4. Fabulous outfit. The leggings rock and you surround them beautifully. Blue is a fun color.

  5. What a beautiful look! I love the tshirt and leggings :)


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