That's where CiChic.com comes in. I found that I was pinning their styles over and over again on my style pin board. Besides having extremely affordable prices, they also have clothes that are a little bit quirky and highlight neat textures and graphics. CiChic even describes themselves as a place for those who are "looking for a distinctive style" and are "tired of going out shopping." In the midst of lamenting about my teen years spent in shopping malls, it seems online shopping has become my new safe place for style.
I like a brand that embraces their Pinterest loving client. CiChic.com even has a "most pinned" section on their site. One of their most pinned has been this perfect black t-shirt staple.
Black plain round neck bat sleeve chiffon t-shirt, $21.51
Just because I don blazers and blouses during the week doesn't mean I still can't have fun on the weekend. I have a t-shirt with a similar cat graphic and I would love this cat maxi dress too. I love pieces that get people to stop and stare--in a good way.
Black cat face print sleeveless cotton dress, $21.55
For those days that I do dress up a bit more, I would definitely wear something flattering and fun like this plaid blouse. I like the graphic play on the plaid print and it would look good over a black skirt or even jeans.
White plaid belt turndown collar sleeveless chiffon blouse, $17.81
All of the recent trends with chambray shirts have really elevated the denim shirt. Denim shirts aren't just for Canadian tuxedos and can actually be quite classy with different shades and patterns, like this star patterned blouse with an interesting angled cut.
Green whale print round neck cotton blend t-shirt, $30.47
I found all of these styles browsing on Pinterest and then bookmarking even more on the CiChic.com website. I could buy all of these finds for about less than $100, so the next time I am thinking of going on a shopping spree I am definitely turning to some online inspiration. It got me thinking: At what point does Pinterest become your own personal wish list as opposed to something to share with others? I know for me, it has definitely become my own personal style diary.