Accessories really are a girl’s best friend! I teamed up with X Jewellery to show you a way accessorize for the summer with a range or composable bracelets. Unlike other modular link bracelets, X Jewellery is based off of the classic anchor chain-a symbol of strength-chosen to reflect bold women who see fashion as a form of expression. Each bracelet is unique it it’s own way like a self-portrait, composed of a set of links that YOU personally choose to tell your own story. X Jewellery is founded on a commitment to seeing women thrive and focus on three promises:
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X Jewellery consists of individual links: Rubber links, Bronze links, and Silver links. I wanted to create bracelets that reflected the mood of summer so I styled this apricotand turquoise one. Wearing these bracelets make me feel so special because I specifically designed the looks to fit my own personal style. Shop for your own pieces here and post them on social media (Tag @xjewelleryofficial on Instagram and use hashtags #xjewellery #madebyyou). There’s also a sizing chart to refer to when creating your own bracelet. You can also receive 10% off of your first purchase if you sign up for their newsletter here.
Lace, lingerie, and slip dresses are always saved for intimate occasions so it can be a little bit risky trying to pull off ways to wear them out in the public. I love the challenge of trying to transition spring to summer clothes, masculine to feminine pieces, and in this case, nightwear to a fun night out! I recently teamed up with Endless Lust to show you some of there stunning pieces. A few of my favorites from their website are: this unique, silky blouse, this summer-inspired romper, and this denim skirt with a lace up detailing. Be sure to use the discount above for 10% off of your entire purchase!
I decided to style this dress by pairing it with a lace choker necklace. I love the lace trim on this slip dress and I wanted to incorporate that with the accessories for this outfit. I tried to keep the overall look simple, with bed-head messy curls and lace up heels. Incorporating nightwear into my regular wardrobe has been so much fun. I’ve been inspired to wear lace bodysuits under a pair of ripped jeans with high-heels or wearing a silky robe as a cardigan. The boudoir trend has been a huge hit over the red carpet and in tons of fashion magazines. It’s fun playing with different fabrics and silhouettes. My best tip is to have fun with it! Check out different bustiers and the necklines of different lingerie-inspired outfits. And if it’s all new to you, start by wearing a black thin, lace bra-lette over a white-tee. You can start off with this and gradually transition outside of your usual comfort zone.
Sorry for the lack of blog posts. I’ve been super busy tanning in this summer heat and hanging out with my amazing best friends. We love to explore different parts of Dallas and we found this adorable french-inspired bakery. Check out Bisous Bisous Patisserie as well as their amazing Instagram showcasing all of their mouth-watering pastries and colorful macarons! The outdoor seating area is my absolute favorite; I’ve definitely found my mini Paris-inspired spot right here in Dallas.
I absolutely loved this light grey dress although I wasn’t sure how it would look before I tried it on. I love how it’s a form-fitting dress but the lace keeps it looking classic and simple which is perfect to wear to brunch, weddings, and other summery formal events! Tip: For classy Spring/summer events, pastels are great. Keep the tones muted. If you like the sophisticated high-necklines, this dress would be perfect. I also love this one because the bottom of the dress has a scalloped lace edge. And if you’re stepping out of your color comfort zone and looking for something a little sexier, check this dress out, it’s only $20!!
Hello lovelies 🙂 I can’t believe school has already started. But while the warm summer season lasts, I’ll take advantage of it. I love wearing bright colors in the summer and I love how bold they look in pictures. I noticed my color palette seemed very cotton-candy inspired and Barbie-doll like. I tried to keep the overall look girly so I paired huge sparkly accessories with my outfit. I also found a shirt with a frilly lave detail and tucked it into an A-line flared skirt. I hope you love the look!
This is my very first blog post for my new page and I’m so excited to get started! A few months ago, I got to explore the Deep Ellum streets with my friend Renee as well model for a photoshoot with Picsuretime. Deep Ellum consists of a lot of artistic graffitied walls, vibrant galleries, and other public displays of color and creativity. Our photoshoot was “Streetwear” inspired to correlate with street murals and vintage vibe.
My Street-style Look: To create my look, I wanted to play around with various prints and patterns but keep the tones muted. I started off with a black-and-white graphic tee shirt and tucked them into my DIY High-waisted shorts. I wanted to add some color so I paired it with a plaid button down and wore it as a cardigan. I also love wearing heels so pairing heeled ankle-booties with high-waisted short shorts visually makes my legs appear longer. To top it all off, I used a temporary tattoo for my leg and drew a henna-inspired print on my arm with a sharpie. Hope you love the look!