There’s something about this top that I absolutely can’t get over because I’m so in love with the feel and look of it. It has these adorable assembled sequins in an abstract shaped heart, which I find to be very fun for a Summer look. I’m generally not the type to be a fan of sequins but the fact that it’s not completely covering the entire top gives it a pass. The wide shape of the top makes it very drapey and gives an awesome loose fit.
What would the scorching hot Summer be without spaghetti strap tops and dresses because this one surely saved my life from melting in the sun. I paired it with a loose fitting trousers that I practically live in. I probably wear these trousers at least once a week, pairing it with different ideas and just having fun with it. It’s literally one of those pieces that you can wear endlessly and always find unique ways to style it while still remaining comfortable. To finish off the look, I accessorized with my awesome vintage fork neckline (yes it is made of a real fork) and my iridescent oil slick Jeffrey Campbells that I took out for play…I almost forgot I had it until I found it one day while organizing the shoes in my closet.
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Oh how I’ve been dying to whip out all my Spring dresses because it’s been a ridiculously long Winter. I’ve had this aztec flared mini for sometime now, but never really thought that I’d wear it again because I was kind of over the whole aztec print on clothing. Surprizingly, one day I found it hidden in the back of my closet and decided to just throw it on for my usual chill day in Brooklyn.
Since it’s technically not full blown Summer and blazing hot, it was still okay for me to wear a chunky sweater because it got pretty chilly at times. So this light blue sweater did the trick in keeping me pretty warm and comfortable. I could have easily gone the full girlie route with this look but, that’s not really my aesthetic therefore I opted for chunky black boots for a bit of an hipster/edgy vibe to a very classic casual look.
Style ALIEN *_*