I went to The Wendy Show on Tuesday with my bestie. It was a fun time. Wendy has very specific rules about what you can and cannot wear. Overall, you have to be bright. I decided to wear a bright mustard skirt with a denim top. I wore my black thigh-high boots and topped the look off with a scarf that tied all colors in.
The “More Issues Than Vogue” tee is such a statement piece. When I saw it I instantly fell in love with it. Retailer Wild Daisy provided this awesome shirt for me. I decided to pair it with a midi circle skirt and my tan booties.
T-Shirt- Wild Daisy’s ”More Issues Than Vogue” $20
Skirt- Lucy Over The Knee Box Pleat Skirt $30
Booties- C Label $30
Jenell Gilyard, the DIY queen of company “D V I N T Deeds,” did it again! The Tulle skirt is definitely a must-have for the spring/summer. This skirt fit me so well! Usually when receiving custom orders from designers I get nervous about the fit. I am very short so I worry about the length and execution. Jenell’s skirt fit perfectly. Perfect length. Perfectly lined. The color is very vibrant and light. There are so many ways to wear this skirt! I paired it with a denim button down shirt and a pair of tan booties. Check out the details below!
Top- The Gap
Victoria Skirt-For pricing, please email Jenell.Gilyard@gmail.com
There’s something very edgy about the Dirty Razkal’s T-shirt line. After reviewing the line, I knew I HAD to incorporate the “silhouette tee” to my styling wardrobe. The designer was gracious enough to send it over. The fit was perfect. Because the concept of the shirt, I decided to pair it up with some thigh-high boots and a black mini skirt.
I’ve seen this extremely cutesy trend around and thought it was something I absolutely had to try.
DIY extraordinaire, Jenell Gilyard of company “D V I N T Deeds,” made an amazing pair of bunny ears for me. The headband felt so light on my head I barely remembered having them on! Most headbands give me a headache because they fit tightly.
I paired the headband with a simple black PU leather skirt, button down black shirt and a tan pair of open toe booties.
This weekend was an eventful one. I attended the Jean Paul Gaultier Exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum. This exhibit was a great example of what happens when fashion meets art. Each piece was a masterpiece with a story behind it. I captured just about every single piece to share with you all. Enjoy!