Millennial Pink

SHOP THIS LOOK: Top // Jeans // Shoes // Necklaces // Bag

First things first, we all know I’m a neutral girl, but this past Spring and this Summer I have been trying to branch out a little with my neutrals. I’ve added a few new things like white jeans and this awesome mauve/millennial pink top. Baby steps y’all, baby steps.

I can’t stop hearing about the millennial pink fad, and let’s face it I hate pink. It’s not my color. But a blush, mauve color I can actually get with. And those colors apparently fall under the millennial pink fad. I wasn’t even looking for a pink top, because the above sentence. I was actually looking for a burnt orange top when I stumbled upon this one. I was intrigued and actually fell in love in the fitting room. Ya know sometimes things just work out. The flow, the fabric, the shape and the off the shoulder trend were all there for me, so i brought it home with me. And I love it.

It’s a little different for me and not as casual as I normally gravitate towards. This paired with any jeans is perfect, but with white jeans it’s the perfect combo for a Summer night on the town. And these white jeans from the newly opened Nest are great. Especially if you have some curves. But more on Nest later.

Plus this top works great to wear both off the shoulder and on. So if you can’t get on the bare shoulder trend, it would still be a great top for you! Gotta love versatile pieces y’all!

Check back tomorrow for a great outfit for the 4th!


Cold Shoulder

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Dress- Old (similar) // Sunnies- Charmed

The off the shoulder trend has been extremely popular this Summer, and it doesn’t look like the trend is dying down for Fall fashion. The trend hasn’t worked really well with me at all. I’ve tried, trust me. They don’t seem to fit right, bunch in all the wrong places or completely itch me to death. I bought this dress last year for a beach trip and decided to pull it out this past week. I’ve avoided wearing this dress this season because it’s horrible with wrinkles and as soon as it’s ironed it is wrinkled again. But I didn’t care. I still don’t care that it was wrinkled. Because it’s Summer, it’s hot and I was setting off on an adventure anyways. So maybe I will look for some more off the shoulder pieces. Maybe I will try a little harder, because the silhouette is actually flattering on me. But we shall see!

Off The Shoulder

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Dress-Target (not available online) // Sandals-Kohls (old) // Clutch- Ross (in stores only) // Earrings- Charlotte Russe (old) // Rings- Ashkal and Elementality

Off the shoulder shirts and dress have made a huge comeback for this season. I have been iffy about this trend for a while now because most of the tops or dresses look a little too fiesta for my taste or are extremely bright (and with my pale skin that’s a no go). But I found this dress at Target that was black (had it in blue and cream) and knew this was one I could pull off. The dress is very 70’s style (which I love) but perfect for casual or dressing up. The elastic on the shoulders also isn’t extremely uncomfortable like some I have tried on before. I kept the dress very casual for the look and only added color with my clutch for a fun little pop, but I have already thought of several other ways to style this dress and get a totally different vibe.

Happy Wednesday and stay tuned to the blog tomorrow for some very exciting news!.