Apple Orchard

 

 

top: marshalls, jeans: thrifted, boots: target, headband: wet seal
^Awkward & Awesome post Inspired by Sydney of The Daybook^

Trends-

fur
preppy
animal print
floral

leather

mustard

neon

peplum

pleats

polka dots

brights

metallics

tribal








Beaded Tulle

 

 

 

 

dress: eshakti, heels: kohl’s, necklace: jcpenney, belt: papya, ring: thrifted
All photos by my amazingly beautiful and talented mumma πŸ™‚
When I checked out Eshakti’s online shop after they contacted me to do a product review I was pleasantly surprised by what I eyed in their “New Arrivals” section and beyond. They carry all sorts of uniquely cut and detailed clothing for ladies of all shapes & sizes. A really neat feature of this shop is all of the customizing involved. Your dress can be totally personalized to fit you right down to the neckline, color, and hip width.
Ok, now I just gotta dish on this pretty little thing. First and of course foremost, it is darn near impossible to not feel like a princess in this dress. It is swishable, twirlable, and girly to the max. I was crazy impressed by the quality of the dress. There are so many beads intricately sewn onto the tulle. And it fit me to a tee! It also ended up being surprisingly comfortable. I can’t wait to try styling it other ways. Eshakti is high on my list of online boutiques.
BTW… there is still time to enter my Cents of Style giveaway. Free shoes may be just a click away πŸ™‚

Equestrian

 

 

 

dress: plato’s closet, boots: target, knee-high socks: f21, headband: f21, worthington jacket: thrifted


Ciao, Bellas! Friday=Weekend… obvi! Enjoy πŸ™‚

Tea Time

dress: not sure, i’ve had it forever, hat: charlotte russe, necklace: jcpenney, purse: tommy hilfiger, booties: kmart, bracelets: thrifted, sunglasses: charlotte russe


At the Bright Society event, I got to chat with Danielle Everine, a local designer who participated in the event. I watched her on Project Runway this season. She rocked it. Excited to get to know her and see more of her work.

 


These were two of the inspiration garments circa 1850.


The designers created looks inspired by the historical gowns. From left to right, looks designed by: Samantha Rei, Max Lohrbach, Laura Fulk, Russell Bourrienne & Danielle Everine. They were all lovely, but my favorites were by Max Lohrbach and Danielle Everine.

 

^Awkward & Awesome post Inspired by Sydney of The Daybook^

Don’t forget to enter the Cents of Style shoes giveaway!