Fringe + Boyfriend Jeans + Heels

Fringe + Boyfriend Jeans + Heels

I pretty much think my outfits could stop right here with this guy and I’d be just fine.  It’s just so much fun to wear… As cheesy as that sounds. Come on though, little floral heels, boyfriend jeans, hands free bag and FRINGE!?!  You can’t tell me you don’t kind of want to dance just lookin’ at it.  A feel-good outfit for a feel-good Monday!  That’s right, I said it.  I’m feelin’ good on a Monday.  How often do you hear that?  So many negative vibes sent out the first of the week, plenty from me, myself, and I no doubt, but today isn’t so bad.  Probably because of the outfit above, no? Sometimes boxy crop tops and boxy boyfriend style bottoms can be hard to pull off together.  The top has to hit at just the right spot so that you don’t just seem to be two boxes put together to make one human of a rectangle.  With this outfit, I found a way to balance out the boxiness with my shoes and the hip pack.  The hip back breaks up the shapes of the shirt and pants with a tiny rose colored pop.  The heels bring in a touch of femininity while also pulling together the colors of the jeans and hip pack.  So if you find yourself in a rectangular situation wardrobe wise, try adding in a few details to stop the eye from putting you in a box.  A fanny pack or even a statement bag that hits just right and a pair of dainty heels will do the trick!  Put ’em together, you know,...
Jumpsuit + Leopard

Jumpsuit + Leopard

Let’s talk, just for a minute, about man repelling.  It’s the glorious idea of dressing in such a way that repels the opposite sex, brought to us by none other than the OG man repeller, Leandra Medine.  Full length jumpsuits are listed by name as one of the items that are straight up man repelling.  Do I care? Not one bit.  Will I wear them anyway? Of course!  Now, some of you may say that this is because I already have a boyfriend that will love me even if I choose to jaunt around town in a potato sack, BUT this isn’t true.  Well, it is true that he would love me in a potato sack, but it isn’t true that this is the only reason I allow myself to dress this way.  The number one reason I wear things like the very unflattering and completely matronly jumpsuit shown above is because I feel good in it.  Read: GOOD.  I did not say skinny, sexy, or any such thing.  I said good.  I feel so good in jump suits!  You don’t have to worry about things falling down when bending over or things coming up when arms are reaching above the head.  No, I am covered.  From head to toe I’m covered and I can go about my merry way sans any unwanted skin showing.  Not only does this jumpsuit have me all covered up, but the fit of it is such that I look about three sizes wider than I actually am.  As a clothing item that seems to want to hold it’s shape no matter what is...