I’ve recently fallen in love with the loose high top knot. It’s just such an easy and effortless way to pull your hair into something presentable but still chic. Not as polished as a classic bun, but looks great and takes only minutes to do.
What I wore to the Privilege Clothing Holiday Soirèe event.It was a delightful evening of hot chocolate, cake pops, shopping and mingling with fellow style enthusiasts.
Channeling my inner Lana Del Rey for my first ever tutorial on the blog.
I’ve been meaning to create this tutorial for a while, and finally got around to it.
Sifting through the countless tutorials online, I found that most can actually be quite complex and time-consuming. But with some trial and error, I’ve found a really quick + simple way to efficiently create beautiful floral crowns.
Continue reading to see how:
I wore this black and taupe striped top backwards, and tucked in and around my skirt to create a crop top look. The shirt was a little sheer, so I paired it with a simple black bandeau.
We don’t always have the amount of time and money to allot to our wardrobe as we’d like, so it’s really helpful to be able to multi-purpose a piece whenever possible.
I love trying to find new and creative ways to wear things you’ve worn before to create a fresh look. The top is from my Sheer Color Blocking post, and the scalloped white shorts are from Summer Heat.
A silk high-low skirt looks so much prettier when it’s fluttering in a slight breeze.