I didn’t go out like this because the temperatures would never let me, but I got tired of casual summer clothes, so I dressed up for fun. Notice the difference between my “model” face from the previous pictures and my face when I see my precious Madame Bissonnette.
Dress: Thrifted Hat: Anonhat Shoes: Hotter Shoes Gloves: Boutique 1861 Parasol on the first two pictures: Alice and the Pirates Parasol on last picture: Axes Femme Belt and necklace: Offbrand
I found this cute light grey maxi dress in a local thrift store, and paired it with a bonnet I haven’t worn in a million years to create a fun summer-appropriate historical inspired outfit.
Dress: Luomeidisha (thrifted )
Bonnet: Mary Magdalene
Cat and flowers brooch: Handmade (bought at Design Festa, but lost the artist’s card)
I get so mellow on cloudy/rainy days and nothing is more low key and cozy than overalls. These are my favorite pair and I got them a couple years ago in Paris, France. Overalls usually come with a ton of pockets so no need for a bag. We are going for a mega minimalist look.
I love pairing overalls with a turtleneck because it’s an instant look that allows both pieces to stand out. The contrast of the yellow and black colors brings more life and dimension to this super basic outfit. Hoops or statement earrings can glam up the conservative style of a turtleneck and add a girly touch to the boyish silhouette of these overalls. + white adidas for a clean swaggy feel to bring the look home!
I had my senior prom a couple of weeks ago so here’s a few pictures of me and my date! I had a blast and I am so happy I decided to do a less traditional dress, I had a lot of fun and it was easy to dance in because of the stretchy fabric.
Dress: ASOS Curve
Choker: Walmart (it was on sale for $4 but a good one can be bought on ASOS for $8 and it’s made for bigger necks!)