Here’s a summery shirt I wore the other day. It’s a simple tie button up with a polka dot and daisy print, and it was only $7 from H&M. I’m really loving these lightweight button up tops for the summer, especially the shorts sleeves cuffed blouses I’ve been seeing everywhere. You can wear them casually with ripped denim shorts or dress it up with a pair of low rise trousers.
Today, I’m going to be talking about revamping your closet without actually spending anything, which is something I’ve been trying to do more of lately.
I am the worst at packing. I overthink all my outfits and usually forget something essential to make a look work. Over the weekend, I wore this outfit, which wasn’t planned at all.
I forgot to pack the proper skinny jeans to wear with this hoodie and a blouse to pair with these lightweight trousers. I decided to try to go for a athleisure look, and ya know what? I actually really like this look.
Before you go shopping, maybe try making your closet feel new again by mixing some pieces together. Try pairing those old beat down overalls you were planning on throwing out with striped long sleeves or even a turtleneck. Wear a denim skirt with a hoodie. This is definitely a cool pairing. My mom even asked me if this came as a set.
After doing some major spring closet cleaning, I’m much more cautious about keeping my closet more concise and shopping smarter for pieces that you can mix and match more with so that it lasts longer. This hooded sweatshirt was $10 from H&M, and it’s pretty versatile. You can wear it with a jean or leather jacket or by itself all the time. These trousers were also from H&M, and I usually wear these with a cute dressy blouse or button up shirt.
Anyway, hope you liked this quick post. I also want to apologize to my poor brother who was in the bathroom while I was quickly doing a little photo shoot on self-timer 🙂
Here is my outfit from last Saturday. I wore a blue floral printed button down blouse from Marshall’s for $14.99. It had a cute little tie at the waist too for a more fitted casual look. I loved this color for the summer, and these matching tinted sunglasses from JCPenney were only $10.
For the summer season, I can be so lazy with my outfits because there is limited layering, but my goal is to really embrace the summer weather and go for more lightweight pieces like this top.
It’s almost the weekend, so here is one of my favorite go to outfits to wear during the spring/summer season. This is my Dad’s actual army jacket, which I wear all the time because not only does it have family ties, but the oversized jacket look is stylish as well. These jeans are super old from Topshop, and I’ve had these converse for years now, but I liked how casual this outfit was for a weekend out and about.
Also, if you have time to enjoy a margarita, the summer is the perfect time, so treat yourself! Hope you liked this quick post!
Here’s one of my favorite pieces for spring. It’s a distressed jean jacket from Forever 21, and I wore it a lot last spring and summer. I like it even more now that it’s a been worn in. Hopefully you like this quick post! Comment below and tell me what trends you foresee for spring!
My friend took this photo when we went to Vermont over the weekend, and I thought this was perfect for Valentine’s Day. If you have a valentine, spend it by spreading love. And if you don’t, spread love to your friends, your family and most importantly, yourself.
This winter outfit was perfect for a day out. I went to a winery in Warwick and the weather was actually in the 40’s, so I wasn’t totally freezing when I took this photo. This H&M sweater was only $10, and it was marked down from its original price quite a bit. I love a good chunky knit sweater, and I really liked this color on me. The boots were also on sale for $15, and I’ve worn them the most out of all my boots so far this winter, so I definitely got a bargain.
Hope everyone is enjoying the sweater weather!