Hi gorgeous gals!
My husband and I enjoyed Labor day by having lunch at a new food venture in Houston, True Food. Given that it was healthy and yummy, it was a good eating experience. Afterwards we decided to visit the Waterwall located right in the middle of Galleria to spend quality time together. Did you know a Bollywood song was actually filmed there? A fun neat fact that my husband informed me of but had never visited the site himself lol!
 The sun was merciless and in its full glory so it wasn't really the right time for picture taking but... I went ahead anyway, LOL. Here is my OOTD:

Can we please take a moment to talk about my shoes?! I've been dying/eyeing/wanting the Valentino Rockstud shoe for a while now but I haven't given into the splurge of $995 USD yet. In the meantime, I found this inspired pair unintentionally whilst shopping at a local mall.  At just $25, I'll gladly take it! Woohoo! :) 

Outfit Details:
Long Cardigan: Forever21
Long Lace Dress underneath: Forever21
Jeans: Arden B
Shoes: Agaci 
*As much as I wanted, I could not find the exact pair I'm wearing online. I searched for hours and came to find a few on eBay. I always recommend being sure you purchase from a trusted seller. Please make sure you read the sellers reviews before placing an order.*

Here are links to trusted online website that have the heel version:

Here is a picture of the Waterwall I searched via Google:
My fellow Houstonians are probably familiar with the area but those of you who are not but intend to visit Houston, be sure to check this place out.
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  1. I LOVE your outfit! Its classy but really cute aswell!

  2. I love it! Just bought one from the site but they only had XS and L. I usually wear a small so i hope it fits! It was on sale for $12 whoo hoo!

    1. Omg the long cardi was on sale for $12?! Wow you snagged a deal!!!! And don't worry xs should be fine this was kind of big and not true to size!

  3. Hi, Maryam. I'm a new reader of your blog. Really love your style and your hijab wrap in this post. Do you have a tutorial on how you wrap your headscarf? Thanks in advance :)