A white skirt would be the perfect summer piece. Nice, clean, and fresh bottom half to pair with whatever you feel like. I'm currently thinking it's exactly the piece I want for my wardrobe. I'm on the lookout for something not too plain in style. If after a bit of perusing stores I don't find, I'll probably take to my sewing machine.
I wanted to make sure I got a picture of the top I showed a little while ago on the blog (here). The top itself is pretty basic if you ignore the print. The idea is to use the same fabric for a skirt and have a set of matching separates. We'll see if I get to that and how they'll look together.
Shirt // Diy
Dress // Vintage
Shoes // Nine West
I've been really into the idea of making sure I have some basics in my closet. What could be more basic than a white tank? Technically this one is off-white, sheer, and has faint stripes but you know what I mean. I just happened to have the fabric for this top laying around so I put it to good use.
Shirt // Diy
Skirt // Thrifted Refashion
Sandals // H&M
I know I'm no stranger to wrap skirts, I've already featured two right here (here & here). However, this time I want one that's a little prettier and flirty. Here's a little visual as to what I'm thinking about. Obviously I'll have to take into consideration what fabric I pick from my stash but I'm excited to get started!
After a slight hiatus, I'm back to sewing pieces regularly. Let me introduce you to my new top. Technically this is another floral piece but it's also a slightly abstract print so you can't really tell. It is going to be a layering piece for my wardrobe and it will fit right in with all the other blue pieces.
Hey look, it's my new crop top. Yes those are indeed flowers all over it. For a gal that actually doesn't really like floral prints I do own quite a few things with flowers.
My favourite thing about the top? The embroidered gorgeousness that is the hem.
Crop Top // Diy
Shorts // Thrifted Refashion
I bought this "dress" a while ago and always manage to find a chance to wear it. I found it at a Le Chateau outlet store for only $5 I think. It's actually an extra large... which explains the bunching on the arms. It's probably just a sweater, but this is how it fits me, so this is how I wear it!
Whenever I get dressed I always have in mind a piece I want to wear and just pick an outfit around that piece. Today it was my new H&M sandals. They were on sale for $7 so I bought them on a whim. I'm actually thinking of refashioning them a bit because I'm not really a pink gal. Stay tuned and maybe you'll see them again slightly different looking.
Crochet Dress // Le Chateau
Dress // BCBG
Sandals // H&M
Since I've been away for far too long, I really wanted to make sure I got something up on the blog today. Not the best picture of my new top but it's cloudy and dark so it'll have to suffice. I found this embroidered organza fabric in my mother's stash. I don't actually like things that are too dainty and pretty, so to counteract that, I made a boxy crop top. I really need to get a picture of it on to really show what it's like but this is all I have today. I like how it's a bit transparent and has a nice embroidered hem. I think it's going to be a great summer layering piece.