Hi guys! I’m so sorry for taking such a long pause (2 weeks) from this blog, but I truly had a busy month with the prom and all of the tests in school, so I had to take some time off.
Now I’m back and ready to talk about more outfits!
The reason that I love this outfit so much is that I’d seriously consider wearing it in real life. Sometimes I create things that don’t feel so personal and so … “Me.” But this outfit definitely does. I love the material of the skirt, its colour truly shines through because of it. The length is perfect – it’s not too long and it’s not too short. I like the fact that it’s thight around the waist, but then it kind of gets more fun by not being 100% thight. The top is quite sporty, but the neckline gives it some elegance as well. We could easily add an elegant necklace too and tone down the sportiness. The shoes have to be my favorite, though. I love the fact that they aren’t blue, so the outfit isn’t too matchy-matchy, but the colour is soft enough to match well with the skirt nonetheless. I love the golden addition on the shoes and how it pairs up with the purse’s golden additions. The items have individual taste, but I feel like the outfit looks fabulous as a whole.
What is your opinion, do you like this outfit and what’s your favorite item? Till next time!
Hi guys! It’s fiiiinaly time for another “playing with styling” post, after the longest time ever! Let’s get it on 😉
I really feel like this is such a pure and innocent look, perfect for a summer day out. The skirt is just amazing! Yeah, it could be a bit shorter, especially for warmer days, but it’s easier, because it’s white. White items don’t get as heated as black ones do! The top is so original and interesting. I love the details and also the colours that overlap. The neckline is so cool! There’s just so much going on, but it’s not tacky. I love the fact that the shoes don’t exactly match up with the rest of the colours in this outfit, yet they seem like they suit together. The pink is so soft and easygoing. We could have just as easily added a pair of red heels, but the entire look would seem a lot bolder that way and I just didn’t want to go in that direction. I wanted to keep the girly vibe 🙂 Also! The little strap around the ankle is my favorite thing.
Here’s another way of styling that beautiful skirt! I loooove this red top and I feel like it didn’t come through as much as it should have … Which means I might make another outfit with it in the future 😛 But either way, I love the colour, the structure, the length … It’s so pretty. I decided to use white heels, but once again, we could have added red ones. They would suit beautifully with the top and it would make more sense than in the previous outfit. The jacket is an item for the breezy spring, it’s not necessary otherwise. Either way, I prefer this second outfit over the first one, it just seems more like … Me!
What do you think, which outfit do you prefer and why? Would you consider wearing any of the two? Let me know in the comments! Till next time 🙂
When I was creating this outfit, I constantly had in mind that a girl with a half bun on her head would rock something like this. I know, it’s so funny, but it just sounds like a part of the style! My favorite item of this set is the skirt. I have to admit I am not incredibly fond of the construction, it almost doesn’t seem modern enough, but the leather makes it up for me. I like the originality of the top. It’s funky and interesting. Styling a coat next to skirts can be quite tricky – we easily lose the figure of the body by it. However, the outfit would be too plain if I just left it be without a coat. I think it suits the style and so does the cool backpack. It’s casual and formal at once.
Crochet lace crop top
€33 – prettylittlething.us
Marni pure cashmere coat
€27 – yoins.com
High heel stiletto pumps
€32 – amazon.co.uk
€20 – zaful.com
Hey! Look at me creating an affordable outfit, isn’t this great?! 😛