Overalls. They can be dressed up or dressed down. They look good on every body type. They are super comfy. This pair is good change from the traditional denim, white denim. I styled them with this shirtdress worn as a shirt and these bright turquoise lace-up heels. And yes, I do wear white after labor and so can you. Just watch the weight of the fabric. White linen, that’s a no-no! Thanks for stopping by. God Bless!
Shirtdress: Urban Outfitters (old)
Overalls: Old Navy
Shoes: Penny Loves Kenny (DSW)
Sharing this outfit post with my Baby. Wide leg pants are trending right now so I decided to dig these oldies but goodies out of the archives. Several years ago I had a thing for wide legs. All different kinds. Bell bottoms, flares, straight, you name it, I have them. And in several different fabrics. This pair is more of a trouser cut. The thing with wide leg pants is that they are mostly made to be very long in length. Now that’s ok for someone like make who has the height to carry them (with a heel of course), but could be a problem some others. I’ve even seen some girls wearing them so long that they drag the ground, ugh. I think of might have done that one time or two but not purposely. It was just a last minute outfit decision and I didn’t realize the pants were so long and by then it was too late! But in my opinion I think you should take them to a tailor and have them altered to fit. When you do, take along a pair of shoes with the heel height that you will be wearing with the pants so that the length can be adjusted appropriately. Fit can make or break an outfit and it’s always better to have properly fitted clothing even if you need to spend a little extra on alterations. As for Javar’s outfit, this is one of the rare occasions when he isn’t in athletic wear. For the last few years he has gained this aversion for jeans or anything that isn’t athletic (ie; sweatpants/track pants). So wearing these khaki trousers is “getting dressed” to him. Of course I am always trying to “pressure” him into wearing jeans and a shirt/sweater or something else besides sweats. But I am slowly beginning to throw in the towel on that one. Anyway, hope you had a great weekend. God Bless!
Sneakers: Jordans (don’t ask me which ones, lol)
Top: Old Navy (very old)
Trousers: Old Navy (very old)
Shoes: Franco Sarto
Vest: Forman Mills
The dress over pants look. Some people like, some people don’t. As you can see, I’m one of the ones who do. When your dress is a bit too short to wear in certain situations, throw on a pair of pants underneath. It also works with this look because these faux leather pants have a laser cut design from the top to the bottom with only a small bit of lining that hit me above mid thigh. As much as I don’t like wearing an all black ensemble, this last minute look was ok. Other than the boredom I feel in all black, it doesn’t photograph very well unless the lighting is perfect. So that laser cut detail I mentioned in the pants, just cannot be made out well in these photos. What do you think of all black outfits? Until the next time, God Bless!
Dress: F21 (brand new but old)
Pants: H&M (Las Vegas)
Shoes: Adriana Papell (Rugged Warehouse)- last year
I’m not quite sure what to call this color, but depending on who is describing it, it can be called a few different things. The old school term is maroon. I might also call it burgundy. Someone else might call it wine or oxblood. But whatever you want to call it, it’s a rich-looking, warm, Fall shade that somehow becomes like a neutral to me. That’s what I had in mind when I purchased these suede booties a few years ago. I didn’t look at them and think, “what do I already own that matches them”. But instead I knew I would wear them like they were a neutral like black or brown. So, what do you call this color? God Bless!
Sweater: St. John Bay (JCP Mens’ Department)
Booties: Steve Madden (old)
I’m loving this weather we’ve been having! It’s Fall but the temps have been in the 70s! So since it was so warm today, I wanted to go bare-legged. I’m finally wearing this dress that I bought several years ago. Styled with an ankle bootie because, who doesn’t love an ankle bootie with a dress. Just an easy, casual outfit suited for running around town doing errands. Thanks for stopping by! God Bless!
Dress: Kensie (old)
Booties: Marc Jacobs (old)
Fringe is one of the big trends for this season. I decided to style this faux leather fringe skirt with a casual t-shirt and a baseball cap. The fur puff ball detail on the hat makes it more fun and quirky than a plain cap.The tee is representing my hometown and the big event that we all looked forward to every year, The Woodbury Relays. It’s still being done every Spring in April and this year was the 43rd Annual Woodbury Relays. Have you tried any of the trends for this season yet? Until the next, God Bless!
Skirt: Pink Trartan (Nordstrom Rack)
Booties: Brian Atwood (old)
Cap: Rampage (Gabe’s)
Although I am definitely a Summer heat and humidity lover, I do enjoy this time of year when the weather is still a bit warm but still cool enough to wear a sweater and no coat. So instead of going completely coatless, I topped off my sweater with this sleeveless coat. I would consider it to be a vest but the fashion industry calls it a “sleeveless coat”. Well, I guess it does resemble more of a coat than a vest because of the length and its weight. Anyway, I’ve been looking at these for a while but couldn’t find one in my price range until I came across this one. The bonus with this one is that the bottom quilted portion can be zipped off and the top can be worn as a vest! What key piece are you looking to buy this Fall? God Bless!
Sweater: A.N.A. (JCP)
Coat: Trouve (Nordstrom Rack)
Jeans: RockStar (Old Navy)-old
Booties: H&M (old)