Spring(love) is in the air. So, I hit the refresh button on my tired winter wardrobe and decided to go for a playful polka dot look for a fun brunch date at Town Square with our family friend (who’s basically my very stylish aunt). Because wearing polka dots isn’t really my thing, I decided to keep the outfit monochromatic, pairing the wrap dress with a black bomber jacket and my favorite white sneakers.
Here’s a song that I discovered right before writing this post. Of course, it’s on replay.
“What matters most is how well you walk through the fire.” -Charles Bukowski
This look is a departure from my simple, almost tomboyish, style. I wanted to play on my feminine side and really work with my new hair to create a slightly ingénue look. This beautiful weather is also a big contributor to the inspiration behind this outfit. In this new year, I plan to redefine and evolve my style as much as I can. It’s like hitting the refresh button on my personal style and perspective.
I should also properly thank Cici from Salon Fontana in Henderson, NV. She’s the one who worked magic on my hair and completely transformed my look. She gave me new inspiration and energy to keep moving forward. I can’t thank you enough, Cici!
But before we get to more photos, here’s a song I’ve had on replay. Doja Cat never fails.
I have an obsession with off-shoulder tops even during fall & winter. I just love the silhouette and the detailing on most off-shoulder tops. If you haven’t noticed already, I have quite broad shoulders and the only tops I can really pull off are camisoles, sleeveless tops, and off-shoulder. So, yes, I’m a bit partial to this silhouette, but I’m so happy to have discovered this online store called SHEIN, which is where this top is from. Jeans are from Calvin Klein. Of course, had to wear this with no makeup but red lipstick.