Camo is one of those perpetual on-off again trends, like denim on denim, and harem pants.
But, if Valentino Garavani says it’s in, we believe it. No matter your outfit, only choose one camouflage piece, and choose your other pieces in one or two solid colors. Take some inspiration from below, and pair a camouflage dress with accessories and a pop of purple heels.
Do you have any camouflage styling tips? Share in the comments below!
One of the hottest colors this spring is yellow. Aptly fitting, there’s something about the bright color reminiscent of sunshine that lifts your spirits, while looking chic paired with black and white contrasting pieces.
Try a pop of yellow in your wardrobe, or combine it in subtle details throughout your ensemble for a stylish look.
There’s no better way to spend the weekend than an impromptu road trip, whether that be alone, with a significant other or with friends. A wedge heel is comfortable, yet fashionable, and looks great paired with a slitted maxi skirt. A brown leather, vintage looking bag pulls the outfit together. Beauty should be effortless, so pack some dry shampoo (Batiste is my personal favorite), as well as BB Cream, as shown by Maybelline, for optimum beauty care in a rush.
I’m making a short weekend road trip to New Jersey this weekend, which is what inpired this weekend wardrobe. Do you guys have any upcoming weekend trips you’re excited for?
Going to a nearby flea market is a great way to enjoy your weekend, whether you simply browse around or pick up some interesting and unique pieces. Since flea markets are usually the breeding ground of creativity, your outfit should match the atmosphere. Vintage pieces are always interesting, and a unique pair of printed pants add a visual interest to an outfit. Comfortable shoes are a must, since there tends to be a lot of walking involved as you browse. Bring the outfit together with some mismatched bracelets and enjoy!