Pop Of Color
Do you know that feeling you get when you buy a really cute piece of clothing and you just start imagining all the outfits you are going to create with it? That was me with this top! I was so ecstatic when I came across it on the Forever 21 website. Recently, I have become obsessed with double off-shoulder shirts and dresses (I love wearing them with unique and fabulous chokers), so finding this top was a thrill for me.
When I develop an interest in a clothing item or accessory, I will not stop until I find it! I search through various websites, check every mall and outlet store (maybe not eeeevery store), and ask countless friends and sales associates what they know about the piece. And if I find what I was looking for, I look for one that I truly love and feel is the most stylish. I felt that way about these Call It Spring thigh-high black boots. This style has become very popular. I personally do not always become attracted to what is most popular or trendy, but I considered the fact that they can go with anything (something very important to consider when buying clothes or accessories) and I immediately pictured all the ways I could style it. So, I decided to go for it and buy a pair! Thigh-high boots are not hard to find, but I wanted to pick shoes that I would love the most. You could imagine my excitement when I came across this pair!
To break up the all-black look from the top and shoes, I combined them with an unexpected denim skirt from Bershka. I love the skirt with this outfit because it makes it a little less polished by adding a girly grunge touch–something surprising. Then, for the pop of color, I chose a vintage yellow Céline bag. I also slipped on a faux fur black coat (another item I had to find!) which I discovered at a thrift store. This completes the look and compliments the aesthetic of the outfit. To finish the look off, I added a vintage choker and a long necklace. Finding the perfect pieces is always so exciting and inspires me to keep mixing and matching.
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