Over at Elle Magazine they school you on all things Street Style. An outfit depending on how you feel, while still looking chic. The best outfit for whatever weather patterns, and any and everything they could possibly think of.
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I have a thing for seeing the beauty in MOST things which others may frown upon. I tend to see the color in the colorless, imagining the flavor in the tasteless, and seeing things that just aren’t there for everyone to see. Case example, this dress! And no it’s most definitely not originally a peplum.
Like a lot of pieces of clothing that I own, at first glance (on an hanger) they scream unattractive. But since learning that seeing the clothes on an hanger and seeing them on my body can be total game changer; I’ve definitely looked passed the first glance unattractiveness.
This is a plain dress. It’s not simple but its def plain. As soon as I tried it on I fell in love. THANK GOD for these curves, if not this dress would probably look horrible on me. It hugs me in all the right places.
Because the mid- drift area was so blahhh to me, I added a belt just for style and I ended up creating a peplum effect which is the reason why I love this dress. So my love of vintage pieces continues.
“Sometimes you just have to make a bold move, it may blow your mind”
– Shaena Walker
STYLE INSPIRATION: Paula Patton
We all know Paula Patton right? The wife of Robin Thicke whose made a name for herself across our tv screens. Yup thats her!
I love this leopard dress, adding the leather jacket gives her a edgy look.
Now Check Me Out!!
This Something Vintage is my printed pleated skirt. I’ve gotta admit when I first saw this skirt I had no liking for it what-so-ever!!! But it grew on me, and now I love it. The print is unique and I’m loving it. I love that its so easy to match. To make the outfit appear a bit casual, I added a aero t-shirt, a blazer, belt, and a fun shoe.