Fashion Friday: Transitional Pieces

Happy Friday Beauties!

Raise your hand if you still have some summer pieces you wish you would have worn before the season ended. I know the feeling! Every year I’m always left with something from the previous season in my closet with tags. Let’s face it, sometimes it’s a couples years later and I still haven’t worn those clothes with tags and that’s when I have to make the decision to do a full closet raid and donate clothes!

One summer clothing piece, I’ve been obsessed with for awhile is palazzo pants and while there are some suede and velvet palazzos for this season. I still want to wear some of fave that will transition into this season.

These leopard print palazzo are from Forever 21 Plus and they are a size 1x. I snagged these pants on sale for $15 towards the end of summer. There’s a thin lining in the pants and if you desire more coverage for the winter simple add a pair of stockings underneath. The lining prevents some of the sheerness of these pants but let’s face it, some fall/winter nights can be extremely cold, so while putting a pair of tights might not be traditionally ideal under palazzos, it can be very beneficial for this freezing nights!

This look can be dress up or down with a classic black blazer, a black moto jacket, or a oversized cardigan. The outfit ideas are endless with these pants!

Shop palazzo pants here

Another fab transitional piece for this season, maxi dresses! Maxi dresses can easily be paired with shirts/turtlenecks underneath, blazers, leather jackets and more! Neon is heavily on trend this fall 2018. So if you have neon maxis and you were planning to pack them for fall/winter, don’t put them away just yet! Neon colors with leather gives a very chic, edgy look!


Three Must Have Fall Staples: Thrift Edition

I don’t know about you guys but the cooler temps has me super excited to bring out the fall fashions! That’s why today’s post is all about budget-friendly fall wardrobe staples every girl should have in their closet.

•Blazer- This fall suits and sneakers are heavily on trend. I’ll be honest I love a good blazer, with a cute pair of jeans and heels in the fall/winter. But, what I love even more than that is getting several blazers for under $10! This is where thrift shopping comes in handy. My tip for shopping thrift blazers, always dry clean the blazers.

• Leather skirts/pants- Shopping at the thrift store, I have found the best quality of leather in vintage, old pieces! There are so many ways to style a good leather fashion piece. It’s a classic fall/winter piece that can be styled in many ways! I purchased this leather skirt for $2.99. Talk about a great deal!

•Oversized pieces- Although, not pictured, oversized denim, sweaters, and dusters are my favorite to shop for fall. There are so many ways to express your fashion creative side by just layering. If you feel that the layering is too bulky, simply add a belt. If you’re bold, use pattern plays to show off your style. I’ll be honest, I’m not quite there with the mixing patterns, but I’ve been starting small to see what works for me and my style. In fashion, never say never until you’ve actually tried it on!

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What To Wear To MCFW

Magic City Fashion Week is right around the corner and with so many great events to attend its hard to contain my excitement! What is Magic City Fashion Week you ask? Let me give you a little background. MCFW was founded in 2017, bringing Birmingham Alabama’s creatives and fashion community together while raising awareness for HIV through community outreach. The lineup for this year’s event is filled with fun, networking, and great fashions, of course!

Not sure of what to wear to one of the many events of MCFW? Keep reading below for outfit inspo.

The color theme for season two this year is red, so I decided to plan my street style around this fab, thrifted blazer. The bold redness of this blazer is a sure way to stand out in any crowd. Adding a screen tee to any blazer is a stylish way dress down a blazer for a casual, chic look. My ripped jeans and vans completed this street style look. I decided to keep my jewelry simple with hoop earrings, and two small necklaces.

Click here for a video tutorial on how to turn old jeans into ripped jeans. It’s super simple!