I spent my weekend in Suburbia and I must say, I had a blast. I was with the older sister & she was eager for me to dress her. So, her wish was my command. I went into her closet and I quickly choose five outfits for her to try on. I must admit though, she was a bit hesitant about some of the looks because they were completely out of her element. However, once she tried on the outfits she felt completely confident.
I’ll share the five looks with you one by one in different posts. Hope you enjoy 🙂
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
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 am a huge fan of denim – hence, I own denim tops, skirts, jeans, shorts and dresses. I love the versatility and the comfortability of the fabric. Denim is the one item in your closet that will NEVER go out of style. I was in the mood for a denim skirt and went I remembered I had this acid wash denim shirt, I knew I just had to sport it.
The one thing I love about this outfit is that it looks sporty. The shirt gives the outfit a very relaxed look, although I am wearing heels. The shoes really pull this outfit together by making it look sporty but the skirt adds that splash of feminine. The combination of the acid wash shirt and the ripped skirt, really play into the sportiness and rustic look of this outfit. I wanted to add a dark pop of color so I opted for my red clutch and bold red lips to really seal this look.
Shoes: Vince Camuto
Pencil Skirts. They can be sexy, feminine, trendy, & chic all at the same time. I bought this pencil skirt at the Gap last summer (14′) for $9.97 on Clearance. I still can’t believe that I am just getting around to wearing it. I love the distress look of the skirt and this was probably why I was sold on it ( besides the fact that it fits very nice 🙂 ). Anyway, I decided to wear it with this “vintage” French Connection crop-top I bought at Goodwill. I say vintage because believe it or not, this top is from the nineties; this why they say that fashion is recyclable. I kept it chic by wearing my lace up heels – hello x-mas present. I have a feeling that I will be wearing these shoes all year long!
P.S. – I got a new Hair Cut >.<
Outfit Total: $48.97
- Top: $3.00
- Skirt: 9.97
- Shoes: $35.00
Top: French Connection
Skirt: The Gap
Sunglasses: The Gap