A Hint of Fuchsia

One may think metallics are only meant to be worn during holidays but things have changed! Dig out those silver, rose gold, pewter, or any other metallic finish pieces you have collecting dust in your closet, they are now going to become your besties. The thing about metallic touches is that they bring an element of surprise to any look.

Top: Forever 21 (Similar) | Pants: Express | Clutch: Justfab Secret Admirer | Shoes: Justfab Teyla



3 Ways To Wear A Crochet Top

One of the things I love about Spring is that you can get away with wearing all kinds of funky floral or tropical prints but if you're too scared about them, why not try a texture/pattern such as lace or crochet? If I could recommend a piece to add a little fun to your wardrobe this season, it would be a crochet top. You can mix and match it so many different ways and in this post, I will show you 3 ways to rock it. 


I love doing monochromatic looks and said why not try one in all lace? This look is definitely one you should try. You can always add a different color tank underneath to make it more visually interesting


Got a plain dress you want to revamp? By layering your crochet top over it, you automatically transform that plain dress into a new look.


For this one I experimented something different, by playing with wide leg pant and adding a belt to accentuate the waist.

I hope you all enjoyed these looks! Happy Easter everyone!



Wide Leg Pant

I wouldn't be caught dead in these type of pants but I wanted to give the skinny cuts a rest. I found these on sale for 50% off at Bebe which made them really difficult to resist. Palazzo pants are going to be the new craze during spring and summer especially those made of chiffon material. The great thing about this style is that is really elongates you! Pair them with wedges, sandals, or even pointy toe for a more polished look.

Top: Charlotte Russe | Pants: Bebe (Similar) | Wedges: Justfab Antibes (Sold Out)

Pencil Skirt + Peplum Top + Pointy Shoes

My favorite equation for a work outfit would have to be a pencil skirt + a peplum top + pointy shoes = P to the cube. You can never go wrong with this because it's classy but sexy at the same time. If your work environment is more strict as far as dress code, I would say go with a different material in your pencil skirt and go for more asymmetric cuts for the peplum top.

Top: Bebe |  Skirt: Arden B (Similar) | Shoes: Justfab Allura