It’s finally that time of year! No matter how much we love the heat, the sun, and the ocean, we just adore that comfy feeling of being in a dry place on a cool, rainy day. But when you need to go out, you absolutely have to dress warmly. And the best way to do that is to keep your feet dry. Yup. Much easier to dry your shirt or skirt when it gets wet, but when your shoes get drenched? It’s bye bye good time. The solution?
Beige woolen, knit mini skirt dress that hugs your curves. Neutral colored leggings with subtle pattern on white. Maroon leather high cut boots, loosely laced. Minimalist earring and hair worn loose. Optional aztec patterened brightly colored earth toned “cape-kimono”.
Half tucked black V-neck shirt, top half of dotted with random white flecks as pattern and a mini pencil skirt with blue and earth toned Aztec pattern. Finished off with a black velvet high cut boots and no accessories. The hair is pulled into a half pony tail with the sides rolled for a more dainty feel.
Maroon loose crop top, black and white strawberry short skirt, and a long sleeved flowy jacket. Completed with brown leather high heeled boots. I accesorized with a long golden dragonfly pendant and gold decorative stud earrings.
A white Lace-top-layered-polka-dot-bottom dress with a big bow, black cardigan, brown Loti shoes, and my gold owl necklace. The look is completed by the gold wing ear cuff and the big bow hair style.
The brown Loti shoes are from Payless, Robinsons Magnolia branch. I just got them yesterday and I was so excited to wear them. That’s actually the main reason why I concocted this outfit. I was looking for a nice dress to match with the Loti shoes. I really didn’t wear this dress very often because the intricacy of it was kind of difficult to find matches for. I was unbelievably glad that my shoes were simple enough to balance the details of the dress.
The idea of the double bow really came to mind when I was tying my hair up in a bun and I thought it was time for a more fun way of doing my hair up. It certainly wasn’t the first time I made a big bow out of my hair but it didn’t make it any less difficult! I think it took me four tries before I got my hair to stay like this. My arms were a bit sore after, to be honest. But I think the result is worth it!