I’m incredibly behind on photos that I’ve taken over these past few months. I complain about not having enough content to post, when I already have folders and folders of photos that I just don’t have the time to go through & by the time I get around to them, I’m already shooting new looks.
Today, I’ve rounded up four looks. Included are 4 trends that I love incorporating into my wardrobe – Tulle/Mesh, Off-The-Shoulder (everything), Flutter Sleeves & Delicate Embroidery Detailing. I’ll be posting more fashion looks soon!
Look 1 – Tulle/Mesh
I LOVE Tulle dresses. I think they are so flattering. Classy, yet slightly revealing. Dressy, yet comfortable. I think you can dress a tulle look up or down depending on the accessory’s. I tend to stick to black tulle looks & keep away from colored tulle pieces because depending on the brand, they can look cheap. Especially if you’re buying them online when it’s hard to tell the quality from a photo.
This particular dress from Forever 21 just sold out but here are 3 of my favorite tulle dresses right now –
Look 2 – Off the shoulder floral dress
This dress is so flattering. I love the pastel colors making it perfect for any season. I wore this by itself during Spring-Summer with these beautiful blue suede shoes by Bill Blass & I plan on pairing it with a dark floor length coat & knee high boots for fall-winter.
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Look 3 – Flutter Sleeves
There isn’t any sleeve much more flattering than a flutter sleeve. This dress is beautiful in photos and even more striking in person. I wore it for a shoot back in the Spring with the boys and LOVE it. It reminds me of something a character from Game of Thrones would wear to a wedding. 😆
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Look 4 – Delicate Embroidery
Delicate Embroidered tops are my weakness. I think they are so romantic! I love simple embroidered looks vs. more trendy/outgoing embroidered tops. You know the type of look where the top has embroidery, big sleeves, lace, crochet – all the bells and whistles. One thing that’s really important to me is to always wear your clothes and not let your clothes wear you. Less is more in 90% of the outfits I wear and this embroidered top has the perfect amount of detail going on without going overboard with slight bell sleeves. It’s also incredibly inexpensive.
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