This is one of those “love at first sight” moments. I found this top at the thrift store last fall and I am now coming around to posting about it. The beading, the structure and the detailing of the top is reminiscent to Balmain (to me anyway). This is definitely one of those show stopping and outfit popping pieces. The “skirt” or bottom piece that paired this top with is actually a dress with a chiffon top piece. Since the top of the dress is “layer-able” I decided to wear the top with the dress. Next time though, I think I am going to rock this top with jeans and a bra underneath.
This entire outfit was purchased at a thrift store, so needless to say, this is one of those Cheap + Chic closet moments of mine.
- Top: $3.00
- Dress (“leather skirt”): $4.50
- Shoes: $20.00
Shoes: Dolce Vita
Dress or “Skirt”: Zara
This is my second sparkly look of the week. I just love the holiday season because I look glam most of the time since there are so many holiday parties, happy hours and social gatherings.I really love the way this romper fits, it isn’t too tight or too loose. It is also a very versatile romper since it can be worn in cold ( just add leggings, boots and a nice warm coat) and warm climates.
This entire outfit was purchased at Goodwill! That means this was cheap and chic. I am not too big on accessories so I wore a nice bold bracelet, earnings and a bold lip color. There are people that would say a nice necklace would have looked great and I agree but I am not big on necklaces, that is why I wore my hair down. I added these gorgeous gladiator type heels and my thrifted clutch that I can’t stop wearing.
Total cost of outfit: $14.50
- Romper: $4.00
- Shoes: $8.00
- Clutch: $2.50
Romper: Asos // Purchased at Goodwill
Clutch: Brand “Anés” // Purchased at Goodwill
Heels: DV by Dolce Vita // Purchased at Goodwill