|Outfit #1: Ecote Hat (~$15, Urban Outfitters), Keepsake Playsuit (~$12, Crossroads), Vintage Coach Backpack ($2, Garage Sale), Forever 21 Heels (~$12, F21)|
While I was looking for my graduation dress, I came across this beautifully structured Keepsake playsuit for 50% off at Crossroads. I usually avoid strapless garments due to my flat chest, but I loved the origami-like detail on this number too much to not give it a try. Note to self: always try clothes on before ruling them out because the detail here created a tight bodice for my fitting. This playsuit has been my go-to in this hot Sacramento weather for everything from running errands to going on dates. I recommend a simple yet classic playsuit mainly because it’s so easy to dress up and down. For this casual look, I paired it with a floppy hat as an accessory. For a night look, I would swap out the hat for some jewelry to compliment the detailed neckline.
|Outfit #2: Line and Dot Jumpsuit ($15, Crossroads), Forever 21 Platforms (~$12, Crossroads)|
|Outfit #3: Forever 21 Top ($10, F21), Abercrombie & Fitch Skirt ($10, A&F), Forever 21 Boots (~$15, F21)|
Last but not least, feeling a bit nostalgic, I channeled some 90’s vibes with this two-piece ensemble. I actually wore something very similar growing up, but def less risqué! 😛 I have always had a thing for front knots, so I was attracted to this top immediately. It did not hurt that the top is cropped with bell sleeves.
Since the top is cropped, I justified the amount of skin shown with a high-waisted bottom. I have been living in this Abercrombie and Fitch olive, suede skirt since I got it. After looking for a long time, I finally found my dream skirt! To finish off the look, I took out my Forever 21 boots out to play. This look definitely got some stares (good or bad? I wasn’t sure..), but I did not mind because I was doing me the whole time.