Hanging around the city this weekend, I came across this: Straight Outta Miami. Of course, I had too. This is a simple relaxed fall look ( or any season really). I bought this skirt at my local Goodwill and it was totally worth it.
Straight of Miami
Hat & Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters
Hey there loves!
Following with my Bonnaroo recap post, here are the outfits I wore all 4 days; although, I should say 3 because I was unable to capture a photo of my last outfit. Oh well, here they are! I wasn’t able to get detailed pictures of all the outfits since I was too busy partying.
D A Y # 1
Purchased the dress a few years ago – brand, Tramp.
My older sister and I
Fringe vest, purchased at Goodwill.
Hat & Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters
Shoes: Vince Camuto
D A Y # 2
Top: Charlotte Russe
Shorts: BDG // Urban Outfitters
D A Y # 3
Shirt: Purchased on Ebay // Skirt: Urban Outfitters
D A Y #4
As mentioned before, I did wear actual clothing this day but I did not get a chance to take photos of that outfit. However, here’s a photo of my bathing suit.
Top: Purchased at Marshalls // Bottom: American Apparel // Shoes: Teva // Floral Headband: Festy Besty
It has been a bit chilly ( like 60 degrees (F) )down here in South Florida, so the weather has been keeping me on the down side. This is a simple outfit I threw together to get my day going on an early morning. I will admit though, that sweater and jacket were off by late afternoon. I didn’t realize how monochromatic I kept this look until after I walked out the door but I loved it. It is just a simple outfit that looks chic and like I didn’t try too much.
The sweater is an oversized waffle sweater I bought from Forever 21 about 2 seasons ago. I purchased the jeans and the leather jacket at Goodwill for a huge bargain and the boots were added just to make this outfit chic.
Outfit Total: $9.00
- Jeans: $3.00
- Jacket: $6.00
P.S. I have opted out of listing the sweater and boots since I bought those items over 2 years ago.
Sweater: Forever 21
Jeans: Urban Outfitters Denim (Purchased at Goodwill)
Jacket: Mine from Urban Outfitters // Purchased at Goodwill
Boots: Just Fab
Crop top and mini’s are all the rave and everyone is wearing them. However, the most common way to wear them is by having the matching top and bottom. I remixed my look by pairing my tweed crop top with a (faux) leather mini skirt. What a better way to pair two winter classics. I kept this look extra simple by simply wearing my leather booties and a cool pair of sunglasses.
Outfit Total: $33.00
- Top: $10.00
- Skirt: $3.00
- Shoes: $20.00
Top: Lucca Couture (Urban Outfitters)
Skirt: MAX Studio (Purchased at Goodwill)
Boots: Just Fab
Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters
Happy New Year!
I hope you all received the New Year with lots of happiness, joy and delight! I would also like to wish you all lots of health, wealth, travel, excitement, joy and happiness this new year. This year I opted out of sparkles and instead carried on my black and gold obsession to my New Years Eve outfit.
I wore this chic romper/bodysuit to with lots of gold detailing.I bought the bodysuit during black Friday at H&M for $10! Best investment last year 😉 . I decided that I wanted to keep my outfit non-sparkly since I knew everyone usually wears lots of glitter on this day. I kept it punk-rock cool with my shades during the day and a hot red lip stick. My only complaint about this suit is that it is extremely looooong – so for someone who stands at my height ( 5’4″ ), you will need to have this tailored or wear really high-high shoes. I wore a pair of 6″ Steve Madden heels but that didn’t make the cut. I am going to have this taking in at the hem because sadly these are way to long for me.
I hope you all had lots of fun welcoming in the year.
P.S. I definitely need to upgrade my camera this year – one of my new years resolution.
Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters Necklaces: Gifted/Thrifted
Shoes: Steve Madden
This is that outfit, when you are in a total rush and you just throw things together. I have been on a rush today, so not too many words. The shoes are very old, I bought them in my junior year of high school O_O I know! I updated them by purchasing new shoe laces from American Apparel. Hope you like 🙂 Gotta go.
Total Cost of Outfit: $108.00
- Dress $19.99
- Shoes: $50.00 ( very old)
- Shoe laces: $8.00
- Pantyhose: $3.00
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I love festival season !
Yes, I know that kicked off a few months ago. I would like to think that Miami kicks it off with Ultra Festival ( but that’s only because I am biased to my city he he ^_^). This weekend New York City is in full gear with their festival, Governors Ball. Although, I wish I was there right now, I honestly can’t complain. I was a few weeks ago at Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama and I must say, “IT WAS EVERYTHING!” I love music almost as much as I love breathing!
However, what I love about festivals ( besides the music of course) is the fashion. Yes, I love the shorts, the crop tops, the dresses, the pants ( or not pants lol) the shoes, the floral headbands etc…
This look is inspired by music festivals. I bought this dress at urban outfitters and from the moment I laid eyes on it, I knew that this dress was perfect for music festivals. Although, it is long sleeve it is sheer so it’s not like you are going to be hot. It is a short dress, but I am 5’3 so it’s perfect for my height. I matched the dress with these Di Marni gladiator chunky heels and a coach drawstring bag. The hat was just an extra added accessory to beat the sun.
I will compile on my next blog post a few of my outfits to my recent music festivals along with photos from the different events.
dress purchased @urbanoutfitters.com
bag purchased @coach.com