Getting geared up for the Fourth, and this year we decided to prepare our outfits ahead of time, rather than panicking the day of. I decided to go for a festive tank top, and color match my skirt. The burgundy side-stepped being too festive, which I wanted to avoid. I think my new orange hair color really added to the overall look. To make sure my look was finished, I chose this light blue handbag, blue nails, and a big metallic ring.
Gearing up for the 4th of July can always be hectic. Do you stay in the city? How early do you have to leave to avoid traffic? Where are you going to watch the fireworks? Champagne or beer? Too much going on. So, here is a simple outfit suggestion, so you don’t have to worry about your what to wear as well.
I went for a super easy look for my 4th of July inspired ensemble. I’m not a huge fan of prints on myself, so I avoided any stars and stripes, and stuck to solid red, white and blue. A simple white Rag & Bone t-shirt with denim cut offs for the base of the look. From there, I added a vintage red bandana to add a bit of classic Americana.
I’ve been looking for any excuse to throw on these cobalt badboys… and it just so happens I needed blue, so it was a no brainer. Finally, topped the look off with a metallic handbag for some extra sparkle, and my over-sized blue sunnies I dug up from the grave.
Check back this afternoon to see our YouTube vid of our 4th looks in action! (Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel!)
Well now that this crop top is out, I’m getting my use out of it. I kept with an all black look, similar to Monday’s ensemble. However, with a bit chillier weather I paired it with my FAVORITE pair of high-waisted J Brand jeans. I wore this leather jacket, so I could hide my unprepared for Summer stomach……… Finally, I finished the look with nude pointed toe flats. I’m still in shock that Dr. Scholl’s makes these, because they’re so freaking cute. Simple and street chic today for errands around the city, and dinner with the lovely Bex.
Busy week ahead, so stay tuned for lots of happenings and don’t forget to follow us on @WanderLustGirls for real time updates on our trip home to Boston for the 4th!
Today was all about styling around my new hair color from L’Oreal Feria. I decided an all white look was a good fit, and that light blue pairs perfectly with orange hair. I tied a chambray shirt around my waist for a pop of color, and went with a blue nail polish and blue leather wrap bracelet. This tank top is super long, which can be annoying, so I knotted it for a sexy sporty look.
Looking for a way to beat the heat? Wear a lot less clothing. I wore this barely there look on this hot Summer day. I completely forgot I had this Nasty Gal crop top… mainly because it’s so small and was hidden in the back corner of my drawer. But, I’m glad I dug it out. I paired it with this high-waisted maxi skirt and simple sandals to keep with my usual all black uniform.
I wanted to keep the look Summery so I paired it with this straw hat I picked up in Barcelona. Of course, I didn’t want to look TOO Summery… not really my style. So, I added some dark purple lipstick to edge up the look.
This was my first visit to Bar Primi, and I was anxious because the previous restaurant, Peels, was my favorite. I’ve admired Bar Primi from a distance, so it was time to take the plunge. As suspected, it was marvelous. The Italian dishes are out of this world, and the specialty cocktails are pretty divine. I tried this tequila mezcal mixture, and also their citrus sangria. If you’re a mezcal fan, you will enjoy this refreshing drink. I also urge you to try the sangria.
Our NEW YouTube video is up. This week we’ll show you how to style one piece three different ways. Abigail shows us how to take white boyfriend jeans and dress them up, dress them down, and dress them sexy. I choose to show you how to take a little black skirt and rock it three totally different ways. Make sure to subscribe to our channel for new content every Thursday afternoon