As you already know, I have a mild, I mean major obsession with polka dots so it was only a matter of time till I created an entire look using some of my many polka dot pieces. Instead of wearing a skirt with the same black and white polka dot print as my crop top, I went for a more subtle approach and wore this skirt that has a polka dot pattern in a reduced size and color palette.
I recently bought this hat from Windsor and I am so happy with it! I am pretty picky when it comes to brim size and this seems to be the perfect match. I wore my favorite sunnies and some comfortable black sandals. I then topped it off with… yup, a polka dot bracelet. I thought, hey one more thing can’t hurt!
I started doing some spring cleaning this week. I happily started to put my winter clothes away and started to bring back my spring/summer clothes. I then came across this sequins skirt which I bought for New Years Eve. I absolutely love this skirt and I really did not want to put it away till next year. So…. I decided to pair it with a simple white Tee and my trusty chambray to dress it down a bit. To take the casual factor up a notch I also wore my Converse. I was more than pleased with the results! Later in the day I put my hair in a top knot and I actually liked the outfit even more.
So don’t shy away from putting away those sequins skirts you wore over the holidays. Show me how you style your sequence for an everyday look and #adryonthedaily.
Shirt: Nordstrom Rack, Skirt: Charlotte Russe, Belt and Sandals: Target, Bag: H&M
When I was younger, I was really OCD about my clothes matching. Certain colors and patterns just absolutely could NOT be worn together. However, I am starting to get over my little phase (yes, just now at 2o years old) and actually wore stripes with florals today. I wouldn’t have had the courage to do it if it weren’t for the help of my imaginary blogger friend from Atlantic-Pacific (probably my top 5 favorite fashion blogs). If you too are a little afraid of mixing patterns, start with a floral skirt that has a simple pattern. Then ease your way to skirts with more color and different flower shapes. Also keep the colors complimentary. I like pairing navy blue and green, so the color combination works here. Hope this was a bit helpful for you transitioners out there! (yes, I made that word up, thank you)
Tank: Soho, NY Skirt, Sandals and Belt: Target, Earings: Forever 21, Ring: Guess
You know in movies when a girl’s face lights up when she spots a cute boy? Well that is exactly what happened to me when I saw this bright pink maxi at Target. Yes, it was love at first sight. The skirt definitely makes a bold statement and did not require a lot of jewelry to dress it up. I decided to dress casual with a pair of brown braided sandals that compliment the braided belt. And of course, I wore my sheer tank, also seen here. Hope everyone is enjoying the holiday weekend! Can’t wait to share a DIY post next.
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Tank: Target, Skirt: Hollister: Shoes: Franco Sarto via TjMaxx, Purse: Old Navy, Bracelets and Watch: Gifts
I knew I wanted to wear a skirt and tank top when I woke up too such a hot day. This skirt is one of my favorite pieces because I can style it many ways. Today I was channeling blue tones through my tank top and my purse. I love this purse from Old Navy because of the fun pattern and great colors! I was also rocking the ballerina bun from the Beauty Department. I think I pulled it off. Have a great day everyone 🙂