When it comes to fashion, I tend to take a walk on the wild side. When attending clubs, parties or events I like to be over the top with my fashion choices and I like to make heads turn. Sure, my style isn’t for everyone… but I love for it to at least be appreciated as art. Some people paint canvases, others carve marble… and my method of art is simply, dressing myself!
For the 4th of July, I’ve styled a day outfit in my previous post which I would probably wear while running errands and/or shopping. This outfit is obviously a LOT more flashy and would be worn to a club, bar or festival event of some kind.
Using the same high low skirt I found at Forever 21, I simply pulled it up and wore it as a strapless top. Another reason to love high low hems, they can be worn as skirts, or tops! The super wide red belt I found at Junk For Joy in Burbank, CA and cinches the top perfectly to fit my figure.
These sunglasses are just spectacular! They were a gift from a fashionable friend. I had just met her, and was hanging out at her house after a party we attended. I tried these shades on and she said, “They look amazing on you, they’re yours…” I happily accepted and wore them the entire rest of the day. Later on, on closer inspection I come to read the inner part of the shades and what do I see? “Handmade in France” Ohhhh LA LA!!! What a fancy pair of shades I’ve been gifted! They are by Mannequin. Thanks Jane, I love them still!
These shoes you may have seen in a prior post. I found them at the Salvation Army for 3 dollars! Like the shades, the shoes are so unique and avant-garde. Just my style.
The skirt is a vintage piece I also found at Junk For Joy and is made entirely of gold sequins. I would love one of these skirts in every color of the rainbow! I added satin gold gloves for some arm zazz and viola! The perfect re-style.
Happy Independence day!