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Category: fashion (Page 1 of 5)
Last week I emphasized the freshness of the new things I had been going through:
New job designing and marketing
marketing a new business based out of Colorado
keeping up with my blog..
Having multiple projects keeps me busy and while I updated my work life, I decided to expand my fashion sense to see how comfortable I feel in new items.
This time a pink, lacy corset popped up.
This look also involves texture play with these (3 y.o.) silk pants. I got them final sale at TJ Maxx for about $70 and wear them all the time. It was a good purchase back then since joggers are back in style and these are just like the ones that are out now, they’re just silk and more of a different color.
The dusty rosy/purple color matches well with the light pink lace, providing a soft and ladylike look.
Again, just like in the original corset post, I would never wear this on the reg.
This is a look for a special event, ideally in the evening.
As of lately, pieces I would have never worn in the past have been creeping in my closet. Usually all I wear is a white top and some bottoms which calls for some updating.
Plus, everything that I’ve been doing in the past month or so has been entirely new. New job designing, marketing, and a completely different schedule that allows me to simultaneously work 4 random jobs in one day. Today I literally worked on 4 different projects…it’s how I like to live my life.
This is one way to style a corset, with a mini skirt. The lines in the top look good with the vertical ties in the dark purple mini, and it’s totally ok to play with textures like velvet and lace. Texture play can give your outfits life and excitement.
I would NEVER wear this out on the reg but it’s a good piece to put together for an event. While I usually follow some sort of balancing rule where if the top is low on the chest, go modest on the bottom, but once again, this is for an occasion when you know you can go for a mini and a corset.
p.s. ignore the cellulite