Happy 4th of July everyone! Hope it’s filled with BBQ, beer and belly laughs! Thank you to all who have served, and to all the military families out there who has ALSO suffered for our freedom. God Bless the U.S.A. Love you ‘Merica
I don’t care what color, what style, what brand… I love blazers. I’ll buy them from inexpensive stores, and then take them to the seamstress to make them look higher end. Just ask your seamstress to take in the arms, and then when they think they have it right… ask them to take them in a little more.
I also love belting blazers because I feel like it gives it a different look and can accentuate your waist. This is actually a very lose dress… but the blazer and belt make it look fitted.
Thanks for stopping by!
Blazer: h&m here
Necklace: Christmas gift 🙂
Shoes: Knockoff Valentino pair here
So… I was feeling a little bit like a tomboy the day I wore this. Sometimes I just want to wear baggy shorts and comfy shoes alright? Ha! I figured some red lipstick would make it a little more “girly” so I threw some of that on (my lips AND my finger). While I don’t normally wear the ‘big bun’ a lot, I’ve found sometimes it’s just easier with the heat.
Hope you all had a great weekend
Shorts; h&m (old)
Watch: New York & Co.
Lips Ring: old but found similar version here )
Lipstick: Revlon in “Red Revival” – liner is MAC in “brick”
Band and artist tees are a go to for me.Whether you’re wearing them with ripped jeans, cutoffs or dress them up with skirts and blazers, they’re so versatile. This one is actually from the guys section, but I “girl it up” by rolling up the sleeves a bit and tucking it into high waisted pants or skirts.
I also like the look of pairing sneakers with skirts. I think it dresses this red leather skirt down a bit.
Hope you all have a very happy Friday!
Skirt: Thrifted (similar here )
Shoes: Converse-One Star
Tee: Old – also love this one )
Lipstick: MAC “Velvet Teddy”
I usually don’t like showing my midriff, but this is so slight I thought what the heck.
The high neck also makes it seem a little more conservative, which I like. I think I was drawn to this print because as a kid I LOVED tie-dye. This muted version seems more wearable, and a little more 2014… a little less 1965.
Hope you all are having a terrific Tuesday. Since I’m in the musical mood – why not share a “Tuesday Tune”? I’ve been listening to Ed Sheeran’s new album quite a bit – and can’t seem to get this song
out of my head. Enjoy!