This color has been taking up my wardrobe lately. Love that it’s the perfect in between of just enough pink and it’s easy to take it from winter to spring. With my always trusty shoes on repeat…wishing I would have bought two pairs, after how much I wear them, ha! Have to order these as back-ups :). xo
Happy Friday beauties! Today I’m dressing up distressed. It’s fun, edgy, and an easy way to take your look from day to night. Here are a few pointers to achieve this casual-chicness with a few basics you already have in your wardrobe…
1.) Mix in dressy pieces to balance out the casual ones. A blazer is an automatic go-to when I want to dress something up. Even if you’re just wearing jeans, a tee and converse, throw on a blazer on and you’ve instantly transformed your look.
2.) Add height. Boyfriend jeans are already a little lose and not as slim as your typical skinny jean. Adding height will give the illusion of a longer silhouette while adding femininity back into the mix.
3.) Cuff ’em. You can do this to any denim but I love doing it with boyfriend jeans for an added touch. Here I cuffed them twice, but I also love cuffing them once and then folding the top hem downwards.
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I’ll make any excuse when it comes to wearing pink. Let’s be real, I love bright colors. So to transform this neutral look, I paired my favorite Kendra Scott earrings with my go-to pink lip creating a bolder, brighter look. I typically reach for shorts during hot summer months rather than skirts or dresses, and scored these at Forever 21. The fabric is awesome because they don’t wrinkle, unlike most of my other shorts and I stayed cool in them all day. You can dress them up with a pair of heels, like I did here, or you can wear them with flats and a kimono for a more laid back look.
I’m obsessed with the mirrored aviator trend right now. If you’re not the type for bright colors, try mixing in a pair for a little color that goes a long way.