Tuesday, September 15, 2015

~Back In *Mostly* Black

I have some new looks to share today!

I did three different styles with an emphasis on  slight changes to show how much you can change up your outfit with even one or two different things.
I tried more of a nu-goth look for this and as always you can let me know what you think or what you liked most. Several items are from www.dresslink.com as well.

Outfit 1
This was my favorite. I just love this sheer black duster! It's lightweight, easy to wear and it really gives you a sense of character and has that sort of witchy, mysterious look. One of my favorite things about it as well is the sleeves, they're extra long, which means they fit even my rather long arms (and I love when long sleeves cover my full arm).

Sheer Duster Cardigan: Dresslink
Tank Top: Tony Hawk
Jeans: H&M
Shoes: YRU

Outfit 2
Sheer Shirt: Dresslink
Necklace: ShePaintsWithBlood
Sunglasses: Dresslink

I love the shape of these sunglasses. They're really quirky but dark and full of attitude.
Both the sunglasses and the sleeveless sheer shirt I am wearing over the tank top are both from Dresslink!

Outfit 3
My third and final oufit was definitely the most different from my typical study. Floral and colorful patterns are quite trendy, particularly for Summer/Spring. The modernized kimono cardigan is also quite popular right now.  The one I am wearing is a sheer blue kimono top with floral pattern from Dresslink once again. Even though it's bright and colorful, I stayed true to my own style and kept the look edgy and dark.

Kimono Top: Dresslink

Monday, September 7, 2015

~Summer Style

Since Summer is coming to a close, heres a recent "Summer style" look I did recently. Love all these accessories.
Even with simple clothes you can really make your own style with the right accessories.
Here I'm also wearing some of my first colored sunglasses.
Typically I usually wear black sunglasses but the bit of color can work nicely as contrast to the rest of your outfit.

The color I'm wearing is Type 6 (Black Blue) and guess what they are for sale for less than $2!
Plus there are several other color options as well.
You can get your own sunglasses like these from Dresslink.