I just love pink and lace <3! And I can’t help myself but wear bright pretty colors during the spring and summer months.The shirt is actually a peplum top but since the skirt fits me right at the waist, I was able to tuck the shirt right into the skirt. I wanted a nice and easy romantic look so I kept this nice and simple. I added this very pretty white gold cuff ankle straps and my pretty little beaded purse.
It was a very windy day and lets just say the photos did not turn out as I wanted them too. Why can’t I just look like the super models with the wind blowing right through the hair why they look like magical creatures? Nope, I’m just a mere human and this is what happens to me ( check below, lol).
Outfit Total: $38.00
- Peplum Top (thrifted): $3.00
- Skirt: $15.00 ( got it at a huge sale at the AA outlet )
- Shoes: $20.00
See, totally not a whimsical moment.
Top: Love Stitch
Skirt: American Apparel
Shoes: Shoe Dazzle
This really was a lovely day. This is a bit of a late post, my boyfriend decided to take me on a dinner date on the weekday which is something that we rarely do since he is always working. I knew I wanted to wear this skirt and I was debating between a denim shirt or this shirt but at the end I decided on this one. “Trés Luxueux” translates to very luxurious and I wanted to keep this outfit, luxurious yet romantic. To keep things sweet I wore these bedazzled gold heels and I added the clutch since I was already going with the French theme.
Skirt: Unbranded // Purchased at Goodwill
Clutch: Kate Spade
Shoes: Steve Madden
There is something so crisp about a white button up shirt and black pants. I consider it to be one of my favorite classic looks because you can wear this ensemble either up or down and look very well put together. For this look, I wanted to wear it up but if you wanted to wear this down, it can be easily achieved by wearing a pair of converse, less makeup, a cute cross body or backpack and instead of the chunky chain a nice big watch or earrings.
For this look, I wanted my accessories to do all the talking. Since the colors are very neutral I decided that I wanted to keep that neutrality but with a bit of “spice”. I added these gorgeous patent leather mules that I purchased at Goodwill for $7.00 and this chunky “snake-like” chain to really make this outfit stand out. I finished it with red lips and red toe nails.
Pants: Gap “Skinny Mini”
Shoes: Nine West // Purchased at Goodwill
Necklace: Purchased on Ebay
Spring is around the corner ( 10 days away actually) for a lot of those that live north of the border. For those of us that are fortunate enough to live in warm states, spring has actually been around since like December, since our “winters” are more like spring weather. I wanted a look that would welcome spring in open arms and what better way to say “hi!” than in pastels. I am actually looking forward to spring since it is my favorite season!
This gorgeous dress was actually purchased at Goodwill and I love everything about it. It is a form fitting dress that accentuates my curves nicely and the color really compliments my skin. The coat was another Goodwill find that I am absolutely in love because of its beautiful embroidery detail. The biggest splurge here was the shoes. Although, the term “splurge” I use loosely since the shoes were only $60 ( about 50% off retail ). I wanted to add a bit of shimmer and contrast to this outfit and that is why I did wore these shoes with it. I think the gold accent with the pastel is definitely a nice mixture.
Outfit total: $67.00
- Dress: $3.00
- Coat: $4.00
- Shoes: $60.00
P.S. – A huge shout out to Aliyah Coll who did my makeup for this outfit & my patient boyfriend for taking a million shots of one outfit.
Dress: Against Gravitee Dresses // Purchased at Goodwill
Coat: Daniel Kiviat Direct// Purchased at Goodwill