Hey Summer 2017! I’m so glad you’re here!
When it comes to dressing in the summer, I’ve found that wearing lightweight pieces that are easy to wear and style are a sure safe bet. This summer, I’m all about light weight dresses with feminine details, such as a white lace dress. Keep reading to get all the details on my ideal go-to summer 2017 look.
It’s Memorial Day weekend, which means an extended weekend. This long weekend, I’ve been invited to a couple of Memorial Day barbecues. Now, when it comes to styling my ideal backyard BBQ look, I have a couple of requirements. I prefer clothing that’s not snug or too light in color. Now that I think about it, that’s my requirement for most of outfit choices. However, in this case, I prefer to not feel like an overstuffed sausage while eating grilled overcooked sausages. So, the looser, the better. Also, I’m kind of clumsy when eating, especially BBQ. So, whites are off limits, because ruining any white clothing is stressful.
Some people consider Memorial Day the beginning of summer. However, I look it as the end of spring. Maybe we should use this weekend to wear our last bit of springy colors. So, if you are still on the fence about what to wear to any upcoming backyard BBQ or summer party, keep reading to get all the details for this inspired look to help you say “goodbye” to spring and “Hey, girl!” to summer.
This Sunday is Mother’s Day, the one day when we shower our mother’s with the love and appreciation. However, we should do this everyday, because we are the reason their hair goes grey. Well, that’s what my mom used to tell me. This will be the third Mother’s Day without my mom, but my siblings and I use this day to go place flowers on her resting place. Also, we use this time to pick and joke with each other, because that’s what would do when all of us were together with her. It’s our thing. Afterwards, we have a family Mother’s Day dinner to attend. I’m also going to use this dinner to break out this floral dress that I haven’t worn, yet. I bought it from Macy’s a couple of months ago, but it’s too pretty for work and opted for floral pants for Easter. Plus, a floral dress is perfect for Mother’s Day dinner or Mother’s Day brunch.
For this eStylist look, I decided to create a look around a floral dress that’s pretty similar to mine. Pairing floral prints with nude accessories helps keep the attention on the dress.
eSTYLIST: Mother’s Day Brunch 2017
Jacquard Sheer Panel Prom Dress – Nude Pointy Toe Pump – Rose Gold Mirrored Clutch – Drop Hoop Earrings – Beveled Cuff Bracelet
I hope you and yours have a Happy Mother’s Day!
The weather was so perfect this weekend, but I didn’t get to enjoy it as much as I would’ve liked. However, if I could’ve, I would have been all about casual bohemian vibes. When it comes to boho chic, I think about vintage pieces, billowy tops, and natural materials and hues. Here is a spring look with bohemian vibes I through together for the latest eStylist post.
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Hey, Spring! The weather is so perfect today that I almost forgot to post the eStylist Hey Spring post, but here it is!
Wrap Rib Bodysuit – Cream Mix Charm Tassel Necklace – Mini Skirt with Frill – Small Metallic Satchel – Lace Up Stacked Heel Sandal
When I think about a spring wardrobe, there has to be some floral prints, pastel hues, and nude accessories. Therefore, you will notice all of these elements in this eStylist look. I fell in love with this floral frill mini skirt from Zara, because it’s feminine with a little edge. Pairing the skirt with this baby blue wrap-style bodysuit helped make the blue in the skirt pop. Since the skirt is the focal piece, keeping the accessories nude and simple doesn’t take away from the look. However, the small gold purse adds a little more edge and detail to the look without it being too overbearing.
In some parts of the country, it’s still a little too cool and a light jacket or sweater is still needed. This look would equally chic when paired with a simple denim jacket or cream blazer.
I live for a good feminine and mute look for spring! Plus, it’s a great way to welcome spring!