For the last post of this three part series, ensemble on a budget,
we style the dress for a night out on the town.
I am ready to take on the Queen City, wouldn't you say? :)
For the evening look, I reached again for my trustee Gap denim jacket.
I have this jacket in two washes. The darker I've had since college,
and the lighter wash for about five years. I seriously wear this
baby everywhere; certainly more than my blue jeans!
As you can see, all of the jewelry; bracelets, earrings, necklace,
rings, as well as the clutch and belt, were used in the post for our
casual day look. I brought in my favorite pair of heels for this
summer, which I purchased at Step by Sloan, and threw on this
straw ribbon trimmed fedora for my little K-Fed fix.
It's summer and still light out, so I'm keeping it real with my shades.
I've always loved hats, more than I actually wear them. I own quite
a few. I had so much fun styling this one for these pictures, so I'm
not quite sure why I don't wear them more. This will be my inspiration!
I hope this post, and the prior two, inspire you to do a little mixing
and matching (and saving) from your closet as well!
Dress: Pink and Blue at South Park Mall, here's one in red and white, and one in black and white, Jacket: Gap (old), but here's one, Belt: Pink & Blue at South Park Mall, I also love this one and this one, Sunglasses: Blinde, but here's a less expensive, similar pair, Hat: Gap (old) here's one, Shoes: Maria Sharapova by Cole Haan, Earrings: Gifted, Bracelets: old, Ring: BCBG (old), but here's my current favorite statement ring, Clutch: Coach (old), here's one.
If you enjoyed this ensemble on a budget series, I'd love to know!
If there is something you would like to see on the Queen City Style,
please tell me! It is so much fun to interact with readers in such a
fun and creative way. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
For the love of using what you got, in great style...
Thanks for reading! Whitley