#BestofBeirut: 7 Days of Chic with Fashion Blogger Nour Arida

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For the latest installment of our #BestofBeirut series, Savoir Flair spent some time in Lebanon with 27-year-old wife, mother, and blogger Nour Arida. Speaking to us on set, she explained how she would normally get dressed in the morning, saying, “It all depends on how I’m feeling and what my day looks like, whether I’m off to meetings or an event, or just working from home and spending time with my daughter.” That being said, if she’s running around town with her daughter Ayla, you’ll probably catch her in a signature outfit that entails “a pair of denim with a biker jacket and biker boots”.

During our time together, Arida showcased a week’s worth of experimental and edgy outfits, proudly incorporating a few homegrown Lebanese brands into her looks as well. She counts regional fashion retailer Aïshti, where she once worked as a fashion buyer, as one of her go-to spots, and she cites Urban Outfitters, Planet Blue, and Antonia Milano as her favorite shops abroad.

Browse through the gallery below for a closer look at her outfits.

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Photographer Patrick Sawaya Photo Editor Maya Itani

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