I love the the print of the dress, with intricate details of yellow, red, green, and black. The structure makes it transformable into a skirt. In contrast to the more rigid form of the original look, I put on my thermal like sweater for a more loose casual look. I love how there are two horizontal stripes across the arms. They give a sporty vibe, yet playful vibe to the outfit. To give more character to the sweater, I pulled out the collars and cuffs so they peak out of the sweater. In addition, they are velvet, which adds more texture. With the intention of wearing this dress as a skater skirt, I added this gold buckled belt. Now the sweater is functioning as a high low! And to finish the look, I paired it with my go to boots, which I adore the gold buckling details on the sides.
A beautiful day in Downtown Fullerton calls for a simple black and white attire! I love this sweater so much! The cut of the neck gives the alternative way to where it, which is the "off the shoulder" look. Personally, I find this look very flattering for my body. Also, the high low bottom portion of the skirt is perfect for pairing with shorter bottoms like skirts and shorts. Finally, I went with my super duper comfortable boots from Guess. I wear these pretty much everyday lately. I love how it has gold touches on their buckles!
Top: Modtex | Skirt: American Apparel | Socks: H&M | Shoes: Solestruck (Jeffrey Campbell Unseen)
This look is so cozy and girly! This warm sweater from Modtex has a slight high low cut that compliments the circle waistline. It makes it a lot easier for me because I do not need to tuck in the front. That usually leads to lumpy areas that are not wanted! But this sweater is just perfect in length. To elongate my legs, I added these thigh high socks and these wedges from Solestruck. With the same color black, it will give an illusion of even longer legs! Since this top has a turtleneck, I thought clipping hair on both sides with hair on one side would suit the look. Lately, I have been feeling so special with many individuals who truly care and support me. School is starting in two days, and I am feeling the excitement yet the bittersweet feeling that break is ending. Another semester of great encounters awaits me!