I've had this fuchsia and grape bodycon dress FOREVER and couldn't for the life of me figure out how to wear it without feeling, well, appropriately "body con." And by con I don't mean contour - I mean conscious. I rarely like to think about my curves when rockin' a look because my skeleton, and the pounds of flesh, muscle, and cartilage layered over it, has little if nothing to do with my wardrobe selections. So I slipped into this high-waist leatherette skirt and turned the bandage dress into a bandeau top! It's bright enough with its berry hued deco stripes to make a statement without serving as my entire outfit's foundation. The designers of this dress/top reign from Bqueen, an online retailer that specializes in sexy little numbers at appropriate prices. Turning this hot fuchsia mini into a tank shows how creative you can get with your wardrobe. Think outside the box (or silhouette) and layer your pieces over and under basics for a dynamic concept like this one. I tied in a magenta beanie and socks to pull everything together!
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Beanie - Dollar store
Sunglasses - ROMWE
Chain necklaces - Forever 21
Skull cuff - Rings and Tings
Bandeau top/strapless dress - BQUEEN
Leatherette skirt/belt - YES STYLE
UNIF HELLBOUNDS - Solestruck / Nasty Gal / Karmaloop
Yes, I'm still in the beanie/bindi combo mood. I want to say that it takes me a while to get tired of trends, but that's miserably untrue. I'm first to hate fads oversaturated by fashion bloggers. This aesthetic is simply a rare exception. Forgive me! It's good for your karma!
Everything is infinite,