Step aside one piece garments, matching separates are back and here to stay. As I’ve stated in the past, I’m a huge follower of the matching sets. Super separates are so much fun to wear, and they’re perfect for all your sartorial needs.
Hello blogosphere! It’s been a sec. Hurricane Harvey recovery has kept me super busy and distracted from the regular blog editorial calendar. However, I find a lot of solace and fulfillment in blogging, so I wanted to jump back into it while I found the time. Today on the blog, I’m featuring one of my favorite dresses. This off-the-shoulder striped ruffle dress is my go-to pick in my wardrobe. There are still a few left on ASOS, so grab them before their gone (linked it here)! For those of you in Texas, this dress will be a year-round staple.
Leighelena has so much more to offer than just your typical accessories. It’s an entire shopping experience (especially the flagship SoCo location). Aside from the funky vintage and boho chic décor, Leighelena provides an eclectic line of accessories and leather goods including bracelets, necklaces, cuffs, earrings, belts, belt buckles, and cowboy boots.
While I love a chic, patterned dress, the problem (for me anyway) is that I don’t want to wear an eyelet one and look like a tea-time tablecloth. Usually, (and as I’ve probably mentioned a couple times now) a lot of dresses are wayyy too short on me. However, to top it all off with a lace and eyelet pattern, these dresses in particular can make me look like I’m a walking cupcake. Since I’ve been trying to avoid that conundrum for pretty much my entire life, I’ve dished out some tips for those of you who know this struggle all too well. From the dress length to how you style your eyelet ensemble, keep reading below to find out what I’ve learned!
Kurt Cobain’s signature sunglasses are officially making a huge comeback. While grunge-style eyewear is nothing new for us 90’s kids, these retro shades are a post-millenium sensation. The Nirvana star sure knows how to start a trend. As for me, these oval-shaped frames are definitely some of my faves so far. Some of you know I collect sunglasses, so these Kurt Cobain-inspired ones were no exception.
THE KURT COBAIN SUNGLASSES
Kurt Cobain was spotted in some of his most famous photos (featuring Courtney Love, of course) sporting his Saint Laurent New Wave sunglasses. I paired my Kurt Cobain shades with myASOS graphic tee, Zara high-waisted jeans and my favorite pair of bouncy sole Dr. Martens. However, you can style yours with a more feminine outfit, like the attire of a cool and glamorous 90’s Drew Barrymore or Spice Girl. No matter what you’re feeling, the nouvelle vague of sunglasses swag is here to stay. And while these designer sunglasses have had a resurgence, they’re now produced by many different retailers for lower prices! I’ll link up some of those more affordable finds below! Hope this was helpful and happy Tuesday!