This has got to be the perfect summer top. It’s a wrap around top that when around around my waist, it creates the cutest bow on the back. It’s also cotton, gingham, and it reminds me of romantic picnics. I bought this top at a thrift store (Goodwill) a fews months back and it was only $3.00. Talk about money well spent.
Skirt: American Apparel
Cute as a Bow
This has got to be my favorite top this season. It is a knitted crop top from forever 21 and it has proven to be very versatile. It’s such a simple top but it’s definitely versatile (although I have only worn it with skirts) and the perfect summer piece. I plan on wearing this through our very mild fall and winter season.
Skirt: Romwe // Shoes: Michael Antonio
Skirt: Gap // Shoes: Shoedazzle
Skirt: Jason Wu for Target// Shoes: Shoedazzle
Nothing compares to the steamy rush of humidity sucking the life out of your skin, hair and lungs as soon as you step outside in Miami. If you’re not a native you hate it. If you are a native you probably are use to it, love it or the latter. In my case, I love it. Sure, I look like medusa within two minutes of being outside but I’ll take humidity and heat before shoveling snow any day. This summer has been so steamy, I have opted for dresses, skirts and shorts all summer long. The thought of having sweat drip down my legs and into my jeans is just uncomfortable and down right disgusting.
Today’s look is something sweet and simple to get you through this Friday. This skirt is from the Jason Wu collabortaion with Target. I did not buy this item when the collaboration came out; rather, I got very lucky at the thrift store. I happen to have stumbled across this gorgeous piece (w/ tags) at my local Goodwill.
So cheers to a simple outfit with a retro twist & happy weekend!
Top: Forever 21
Skirt: Jason Wu for Target
This is actually a late post, as I wore this outfit to happy hour with friends to celebrate my graduation. I wanted something comfortable, chic and fabulous and this was it. Although, I have to admit the skirt kept riding up and moving all over the place ( perhaps it needs to be taken in). Anyway, I had a wonderful time with friends and I was finally able to celebrate my graduation.
Shoes: Steven by Steve Madden // Bag: Bally
As I mentioned on my previous post, this denim skirt has been my favorite summer piece. I have worn this skirt a million times but here are the three ways, I have blogged about it thus far.The great thing about denim, whether it be jeans, shorts, shirt or a skirt, is that it is very versatile. Denim can be dressed either up or down, the trick is knowing: knowing how to.
Top: French Connection// Skirt: Gap// Shoes: Candies
Top & Skirt: Gap// Shoes: Vince Camuto
Top: Forever 21// Skirt: Gap// Shoes: Shoedazzle
I have been trying to get my life in order these past few days, so blogging has taken back seat ( a continuance ). But, I am slowly going to try to get back to it. I have been spending a lot of time at home lately, since I no longer have school to keep me busy. I am trying to find a job to no avail ( no surprise ) while trying to figure out my next step. Things can get a little complicated when you are taken out of routine. However, change is good and I look forward to getting my life back in order.
Anyway, about this look.
This denim skirt is one of my go-to pieces for summer. It’s comfortable, chic and versatile. For this look, I added a crop-top, neon heels and a high ponytail. It’s the perfect summer look without looking over-the-top and staying cool.
Top: Forever 21
Shoes: Shoedazzle // thrifted
Like, Beyoncé (feelin’ myself)
I have been quite M.I.A for the past month because I was fully preparing to complete my degree. I needed to really focus in school, so I gave that a priority and decided my blog needed to take a back seat. I finally graduated and I will now turn back to my blog because quite frankly, I missed it.
Here are a few photos of my graduation.
Dress: Banana Republic // Shoes: Cole Haan
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