Wednesday, April 22, 2015


 hat: Urban Outfitters (similar here, here) || top: Soel Boutique (similar here, here) || skirt: Soel Boutique (similar here) || shoes: c/o Desert Rose Apparel (similar here, cheap version here)

I love me a good, flowy outfit. There's just something about not having to worry about anything poking out to far (stomach?) that just speaks to me. Plus, with the weather warming up here in Arizona I gots to stay cool somehow. Lots of people think that lose-fitting clothing can make them look heavier but if styled properly, they can actually be more flattering than tight-fitting clothing. Give it a try. If you feel like a top is still too flowy, you have three options:

1. Tuck in the middle of the top to your bottoms

2. Tuck in the side of the top to your bottoms to create a slanted look (see here)

3. Knot the side of the top so that it accentuates your waist

And if all those options fail, tuck it in.

I am also a firm believer that a hat can liven up any outfit. You've seen me wear lots of different hats time and time again on this blog and I don't plan on stopping anytime soon. I'm so sad that this hat is sold out online because it is seriously the best color and the doesn't lose shape. (Floppy hats can sometimes bug me!) The soft oatmeal color is too pretty with this pale pink skirt. Color swooning over here.

Hopefully these tips and this outfit give you some spring/summer inspo! Loves! xx


  1. adore this color palette!

    1. right? all about that blush and white game. ;)

  2. those shoes are perfect!

    xx nikki

  3. I totally agree with your hat comment! It's hard to go without one especially on the weekend!

    1. yes! there's just something about them that makes an outfit twice as cute!

  4. Nice outfit. :)

    Xoxo, Victoria


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