Mourning the early dismissal of summer in all black. That time in between seasons is always questionable for me especially with Fall. Do you tone down your colors or do you ride out that neon until September 21st? When you’re walking into Fall weather and you’re just too lazy to pair your summer tones with the upcoming season’s color palette, just count on black to stay on trend. Now I don’t mean do this all the time or give up completely. In a bodysuit and jeans you can still look put together without trying too hard while you’re still trying to figure out your Fall wardrobe. Add a simple, but sleek pump and a blazer for a polished look. I prefer deep v neck bodysuits and this one from American Apparel has a thong back which I prefer…no panty lines!
How was everyone’s Labor Day weekend? Are you ready for Fall?
This Kardashian Kollection for Sears denim skirt was a great way to start off my week. So far I’ve had a really good experience with the collection especially since you never know what to expect when purchasing online.
Denim on denim, in my case chambray on denim (there is a difference) is a trend that involves pairing two different colors of denim (or the same) or chambray paired with denim, some people may call it the Canadian Tuxedo. Chambray is much lighter with a noticeably criss-cross weave (basic technique), where denim is weaved diagonally giving it a thicker and heavier feel. They both come in different shades of blue and are both made out of cotton. I usually go for shades not too distant from each other when paired together; I like to be able to have a few choices for accessorizing. I’ve always liked mixing denim (and chambray), it’s definitely a trend worth giving a try. I paired my blue look with a vintage gold necklace from Alexis Bittar and my ShoeMint grey suede pumps. Nothing more, nothing less.