bcbg coat, max tweed shorts, target socks, old leather boots, winter knits(random finds)
Rodarte for Target Review:
1. Leopard Print Lace Dress:
pros: I love lovee the fit of this dress and the whole leopard print thing was just perfect.
cons: I thought the color of the dress was a more yellow than I expected it to be. Also some of the colors on this particular dress was smeared with one another..making parts of it greenish looking??
2. Black Slip Lace Dress:
pros: One thing I like about this dress is its unique design(lace, tulle, bows). Definitely something I would wear to a dinner party.
cons: The top part of the lace slip is a tad bit complicating because it is way too big. Not a good choice for girls with a smaller chest size. Also, you would have to find the perfect strapless bra so it wouldn't reveal itself underneath the lace part of the slip.
3. & 4. Lace Halter Dress in black and floral
pros: Very girly and pretty. The fit was just right. Although the chest part is a little snugged on me.
cons: The top part might be too tight for girls with a larger chest size.
5. Sequined Leopard Dress
pros: Quality and detail of the dress is executed very well. (Although my phone cam didn't do it any justice)
cons: Very very low cut. (Unless it's flattering on you..then go for it!)
6. Lace Print Dress
pros: Big fan of the black and neutral color scheme. The pretty lace pattern is very versatile for all seasons.
cons: The waistline didn't cinch where I wanted it to.
7. Skeleton Rib Cage Dress (not in stock)
pros: What is there not to like about sparkles + ribcage design?
cons: Might not be a good investment staple to transition you through each season.
Step 1: Start by laying patterned sweater on a flat surface.
Step 2. Locate the crease of the sleeves and where the main body of the sweater meets.
Step 3. Cut and detach both the right and left sleeves (approximately two inches above crease line).
Step 4. Begin by tucking one of the patterned sleeve underneath the hem of the shorts. Using your thread and needle, simply sew the sleeve against the hem. Repeat the process on the other side.
Step 5. Voila! You have chic and comfortable patterned wooly pants that you can wear with a long knitted top! Perfect for the winter season. (Please link back to BTS when using this tutorial. Thankss!)
elizabeth & james tee, chelsea v. shrug, bottega veneta bag, calvin klein boots, furry trapper hat, DIY patterned wool pants.
I decided to do an update on my new DIY patterned wool pants! Very tribal-esque looking huh? I love it that they are so cozy to lounge around in.
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Many more posts to come!
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