Taking pictures of this outfit was a bit of a challenge, as the white shrug blends into the white wall!
I took a few pictures in various spots around the living room, but the only place where I can get a full-body picture with decent lighting is against the white wall. Maybe I should put up metallic streamers again….
Dress: White Mark via Zulily, shrug: SimplyBe, leggings: Domino Dollhouse, shoes: L.L. Bean, necklace: eBay, fascinator: Claire’s Continue reading
I’ve been really into the tunic-and-leggings look lately. Both because I like how it looks, and because it’s extremely comfortable.
Tunic: Reborn Collection via Zulily, leggings and belt: Re/Dress, shoes: L.L. Bean, cardigan: thrifted, jewelry: miscellaneous
I’ve had such mixed experiences with Zulily. I’ve gotten some gorgeous, good-quality pieces cheaply, like the dresses in these three posts. I’ve gotten some pieces that I love, but that are crappy quality, like this tunic. And then I’ve also gotten a bunch of pieces that just don’t fit–and Zulily doesn’t allow returns, so I have to either sell them or give them away. Continue reading
I love this dress so much, I just want to wear it all the time.
Dress: White Mark via Zulily, teggings: Re/Dress, necklace and earrings: So Good, bracelets: Deb, shoes: Clarks
The life of a fatshion blogger is so hard. I just had to go to one of my favorite cupcake places to find the perfect background for this outfit. 😉
Dress: White Mark via Zulily, skirt: made from two skirts sewn together (you can see it worn on its own here), necklace: Forever 21, bracelets: Deb, earrings and fascinator: So Good, shoes: Clarks
This dress is really short–even on someone as short-legged as I am–hence the skirt underneath. I really like how they go together, and it felt vaguely superpower-ish to have hidden unicorns under my dress.
Dress: White Mark via Zulily, necklace: Forever 21, earrings: not sure, rings: really old, bracelets: Deb, shoes: Clark’s
This dress…this dress is everything. It reminds me of Desigual, one of my top “arrrghhh why don’t you come in my size” brands. I’m really, really into the multi-patterned look, which seems to be a European thing, and it’s hard to find in American clothing. Continue reading