Victorian Chic Restyling

Monday, November 09, 2015

A dress in 2 ways, never get tired of this trick.
Photographed by Jason Reynolds  //  Georgetown 

TOP/DRESS  ::  H&M ( other option down below)

BAG  ::  c/o NewDress ( or similar HEREHEREHERE
SHOES :: ASOS (old, adores these - HERE, HERE)
EARRINGS :: H&M ( old, similar HERE, HERE)
SUNNIES  ::  Free People
LIPSTICK  ::  Milani - Black Cherry 

Hi LOVEs! Happy Monday!
I want to start off this post by saying THANK YOU SO MUCH for reading my previous birthday post and giving me a lot of birthday wishes on all of my social media channels! I felt so special and loved, and I am so happy to call you guys my friends and fans! You guys ROCK! I was pretty dead last week because right after my birthday party, I went to H&M to get in the line for the new Balmanxhm collection and waited for almost 8 hours. After that I had to get ready for a shoot and the UNIQLO launch party with only 30 min nap!! I will tell you more about each event along with the looks in the future!

Now onto today's look. A few posts back, I shared my current beloved dress from H&M with you guys. I mentioned that I've created a look that highlights how versatile the dress is because it can be worn as a top. Well, here you go! :)
When I was young, I only got a small amount of pocket money from my parents and couldn't help but manage my clothing shopping within a budget. It was pretty tough to be honest with you, but that experience actually helps me wisely shop nowadays. Whenever I go shopping, it always becomes natural to me to picture in my head whether or not I can restyle a piece in another way if I purchase it. That's why I couldn't resist this dress, I could totally evoke myself wearing it as a top.
As fall arrives, I am getting into darker hues both in fashion and beauty and this fall trend, Neo-Victorian, is something I gotta love this season. The dress doesn't have sweet lace details, but its elegant high-neck ruffled collar and sleeve cuffs are just perfect enough to represent and enjoy the trend, right?I wanted to make the look with a mix of modern, so I went for a mini flared grey skirt and silver heeled shoes. Then, I added fringe earrings to accentuate the victorian vibe. Adding a pop of color always seems fun, which is why I finished the look with a yellow mini bag/clutch.

I really enjoy showing the versatility of the pieces and make them rework in a completely different result! So I hope I can show more of these on the future posts! What do you think?

Have a great evening, babes! ♥ 


Thank you for reading!!!!

♥ ☆ ♥ ☆ ♥ - STAY FASHiONABLE, STAY UNiQUE - ♥ ☆ ♥ ☆ ♥

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2 fashionable comments

  1. Love your skirt and your hair :)


  2. love this fun and funky look!


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