Oct 19, 2016
TOP: Scoobie (available in stores or 913-461-4861, similar HERE) c/o | SKIRT: Scoobie (available in stores or 913-461-4861, similar HERE) c/o | SHOES: Madden Girl 'Remiie' sandal | EARRINGS: Altar'd State (old, similar HERE) | NECKLACE: Kendra Scott 'Elisa' pendant necklace | LIPS: Revlon ColorBurst matte balm in 'Sultry'
Is this not the most stunning, trendy yet elegant, transitional look you've ever seen? I've already talked about how I love finding ways to style pink pieces in the fall, and this may be one of my favorite looks of all time!
This look reminds me so much of Lauren Conrad's collection currently at Kohl's. The perfect balance between trendy and classically feminine. There's no denying that I'm a "girly" girl, and I love when I can showcase that through my outfits. On top of the pink/red hues paired together, the peek of the lace bralette underneath the blouse is the cherry on top of this glamorous ensemble!
Also, if you haven't noticed I've been loving styling this burgundy corduroy skirt. I've already styled it here, and I have at least one more post coming soon featuring it!
Something that has been really bothering me lately is that I never have occasions to dress up in college. It's not like high school where everyday picking out the perfect outfit was a daily ordeal, and I'm not dating anyone so I don't even have date nights as an excuse to dress up! I suppose I could dress up for class, but let's be real, no one wants to walk 20 minutes to class in anything other than comfy running shoes and leggings.
One more thing, several weeks ago I ordered this darling dress, but when I received it it didn't fit, so sad I know. It wouldn't even go over my hips. Naturally, I procrastinated returning it, and yesterday I finally decided to deal with it. I randomly decided to try it on one more time before packing it back up, and to my disbelief, IT FIT! I don't know how it happened, but it fit perfectly fine. So now I don't have to scour the internet to find a dress for semi formal next weekend! Yay! I'll be sure to share it with y'all soon!
Thank you Scoobie for sponsoring this post!
Photos by Parrish Tenley