As someone with unconventional proportions, custom clothing is the perfect solution. The problem is that it usually costs an arm and a leg, and the process can be complicated. Fortunately, there are websites like eShakti that make clothing tailored just for your body without depleting your bank account. This plaid number is actually a dress, but I decided to layer chambray over the top. To avoid having my petite frame swimming in multiple layers, I knotted my shirt at the exact place the defined waistband of the dress would be if I wore it alone. With the combination of denim, plaid and rope-soled shoes, I felt a little bit country in this outfit, but there’s nothing wrong with that!
One of my favorite things about getting dressed for fall is mixing and matching my layers! But, I know that not everyone considers layering an art. Fortunately for the lazy and less creative among us, two-in-one tops are all the rage. Whether it’s a sweater with a collar, or a blouse with a shirttail, all you have to do is put on one top and you’ll look like an expert! Note: Some of these are more expensive than what I normally post, but keep in mind that they are more than just your simple sweaters.
How do you wear plaid without looking too…rugged? It’s easy! Pick one patterned piece to pair with neutrals. Give your plaid an edge and wear it with leather leggings or black jeans. Don’t play it too safe; try wearing your favorite flannel with a flirty skirt. Choose a plaid jacket or a cute pair of shoes that compliments the rest of your outfit. All nine of these plaid pieces are perfectly feminine and under $65, so it’s pretty much a given that you need more plaid in your wardrobe!
Camo is one pattern that I never thought I would wear. Olive green isn’t so much my color, and I never really gave it a chance. Then, I saw this pair of camo pants in shades of gray, and when I tried them on, they fit like a glove! Although I’m sure I’ll get more adventurous with how I wear them, for their debut I chose simple pieces that built on the army vibes. Since gray is a go-to neutral for fall (and it makes this pattern more subtle), these pants will definitely be a mainstay in my fall wardrobe! Read More →
Partying on a rooftop with a bunch of style bloggers and brands during Fashion Week requires some serious outfit planning! For this season’s rewardStyle soiree, I went with my classic black and white palette with pops of color, and the rare heel. I loved the look of the windowpane print with the pleats in the skirt, and my lip color outlasted several glasses of champs. The party was so much fun! It was great to see friends and meet some of the bloggers I truly admire! Read More →