Mix it Up-Why Versatile Pieces are the Best

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Top:  Victoria Beckham for Target // Belt:  Burberry // Skirt:  Forever 21 (old, similar here) // Sandals:  Famous Footwear
All of you know how I love to mix and match outfits because
unfortunately for me, I’m not one of those rich bloggers who travels all the
time and has a new outfit everyday without repeating ANYTHING.  I unfortunately cannot buy the trendy pieces
that everyone else does that are over $100 for a pair of shoes that I’ll wear
maybe once or twice.  Sometimes I will
splurge but for the most part I like to purchase pieces that will be
versatile.  When I see something in a
store if it’s super trendy and on sale for a steal then I will purchase it, but
if it’s full price 95% of the time I won’t buy it.  If a piece is versatile, I’m more willing to
purchase it even at full price knowing that I’ll get a lot of use out of
it.  That’s why for today’s outfit you’ve
seen these pieces already.  
Hat:  Ralph Lauren (gifted, similar here) // Top:  Cavender’s (similar here) // Skirt:  Forever 21 (old, similar here) // Shoes:  Stuart Weitzman (this is my splurge of the outfit) // Earrings:  Rocksbox
Tulle Skirt
The tulle skirt I have worn a few times and I wanted to show
you different ways to style it.  You don’t
have to be super girly to wear a tulle skirt, I mean of course this skirt
reminds me of my ballerina days, but you can pair it with a fun tee and call it
a day.  You can even be super girly and
pair it with a ruffle top or anything pink.
Tops and Pants:  Victoria Beckham for Target // Shoes:  Betsy Johnson
Victoria Beckham for Target Top
Now, I’ve only worn this top on the blog twice but I love
how it’s slightly cropped so wearing it with a higher waisted pant is perfect
and I love the design on it along with the flared out sleeves.  This can be worn with pants, skirts,
culottes, jeans, anything really.
Pant Suit:  Banana Republic (on sale, can’t find the link) // Belt:  Burberry Prorsum (old) // Shoes:  Guess (Marshalls, old)
Green Oversized Belt
I’ve been wearing this belt a very long time here on the blog.  It’s my favorite belt.  I have a few others, but this green one is
always my go to.  It’s probably because I
get so many compliments on it and it’s such a statement belt.  I’ve worn this belt with almost every outfit
possible.  Adding belts is one of my
favorite ways to spice up an outfit, and I also like it because I feel like it
compliments any body shape by giving the illusion of a smaller waist that goes
out into an hour glass curve.
Top:  Ewa Bazaar // Culottes:  Victoria Beckham for Target // Sandals:  Famous Footwear // Clutch:  Juicy Couture (old)
Wedge Sandals
I love wedges because they’re perfect for me.  I can walk in heels but I feel as though I
get more support from a wedge and with my knee and back it actually feels
better in a wedge.  I love that these are
a small wedge so it’s almost like you are wearing flats but not really.  I love the lace up as well because that’s
trending right now, but I always loved it. 
I feel as though it just gives the perfect attention to the shoe.
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1 thought on “Mix it Up-Why Versatile Pieces are the Best”

  1. Seriously love that tulle skirt! I am all about the ballerina aesthetic, haha. The floral pattern on the top is so pretty too!

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