Friday, 5 October 2012
Slow but Steady
Little White Dress used as top (worn backwards) - courtesy of Shop Nita | Aztec printed skirt - courtesy of Paradise Treats | Studded belt used as bracelet - Vintage | Leopard bracelet and pink decenario - courtesy of Peacock and Stripes | Pink drapes wedges - For Sale! (Size 8. 900php. Original price 1800php. Brand new) Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries!
Hello everyone! First of all, I am so sorry for the lack of posts. Finals week has finally arrived and you all know what that means! I’ve actually planned to queue all my posts for this week, but that obviously didn’t push through so. Haha!
Anyway, onto my outfit! You all know how much I love cut outs, and ever since this pretty little white dress from Shop Nita came in the mail (A LWD is a closet essential, girls!) my love for cut outs intensified even more! Anyhoo, back to what I was saying. I’ve always been fond of mixing and matching (because yes, I am a regular person with a regular sized closet) and using dresses as tops is one of them. I mean, just look at the potential of this wonderful piece of clothing right here. A dress which you can also use as a top (either backwards or not) and a skirt! Increasing your wardrobe mileage has never been this easy! Tucking in the dress and placing a skirt over it takes a little imagination and a lot of creativity (Hint: I use cycling shorts!) but I promise you will end up appreciating all your dresses once you learn how to do it properly. I’ll be posting 4 more ways on how to style this dress, so watch out for that! :)
And to end this post, here’s another photo of me! Hahaha! I’m going to go back to my books now. Wish me luck for my exam tomorrow. Thank you for reading and have a good night! :)
Photos by: Chelsea Ajose (She has a blog! Follow her!)
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