My goal is to always do it the way you’ve never seen it done. Creativity is my strongest suit and I think I play that hand so well. This look forced me to play my wild card. After trying on this two piece set from Eloquii.mmediatedly fell in love this two piece set from Eloquii. The print in the front and solid in the back- ugh ever so sweet. Not taking the print all the way through prevented print overload syndrome. Of course, I had to fire up this medium sound (Click Here) with my red Zara sock booties and Asos red beret, swanky right? So here we have it, great color combo, awesome fit, but not enough. I checked all angles, but couldn’t find that touch of “it” factor. I just didn’t feel right, so I couldn’t shoot it. Two and a half months later it hit me. I felt the urge to give you guys another definition of plus fashion refinement and it had to be epic. Before I realized it, I was questioning who needs two sleeves? Restyling this BCBGeneration cape gave me my “it” factor. Roll it, tuck it, belt it and wear it out. I had to try it, because it felt so right. So right ended up being so perfect! Never seeing it done before, I had to take a moment for myself. I was blown away that I had stepped into another dimension of fashion that would hopefully entice you to see fashion in a more unconventional way. This was intentional creativity, plus at its best. I hope you enjoy this look as much as I enjoyed styling it. Remember, you are no prisoner of your body so strut the runway fiercely and fearlessly. See you next runway!
Let fear motivate fashion shift.
When it feels right, try it!
Go wear your sweaters, blazers, or jackets sleeveless.
Trick: I combined an Eleven 60 belt and an Eloquii belt and overlapped the two
Red beret with Leather trim (sold out)
Earrings (purchased in store, not available online) Check you local H&M
Cape: See previous blog post, How to Mix Prints Like a Pro
Tights: Click Here. See previous blog post
Trick: I combined an Eleven60 belt & an Eloquii belt then overlapped the two to create depth. One was too short, the other too thin, but together they were perfect!