Yes, I’m very sorry I haven’t been around for a while. What with school, work, and a multitude of other things going on, I haven’t checked in here for a while. Finally I am here however, and I hope you enjoy this next outfit.
Before you comment on the title, let me form my defense. Yet again this happened – read to find out the complete evolution of my blog title conundrum… This time, the predicament was the same, however I ended up writing the title. I won’t bore you with an explanation, however give me some grace, as… well, nevermind.
The look sports a very interesting t-shirt with a print of a face. Most of the time, I would really dislike wearing a shirt that has someone else’s face on it, however, I reckon that this has an arty feel about it, as it’s not actually a picture but more of a painting. It goes very nicely with the corderoy pants which, unsurprisingly, are my sister’s – though she doesn’t wear them that often sooooo… Also, the cardigan ties in quite nicely and by combining all that with the new (actually it’s been around for a bit) trend of tucking in the front to show off your fancy belt buckle, you’ll feel, well, trendy!
Wearing high-heeled shoes with pants is also a very smart look I think. It’s not a new trend, as often the business women of the world sport this look, however you can do this just as well with casual looks.
Again in this post, we are showing you how to style pants as well as skirts and dresses. Although they are very feminine and pretty, there is a place in this pracitcal world for pants, and hopefully, over these last two post, we have helped you just a little bit in regards to sucessfully styling pants.
Enjoy the photos and we look forward to showing you the next and last post in this fashion photo shoot.
I hope you appreciated all of the new locations, especially the fourth in the burnt kitchen. I’ve often been told that there are lessons to be learned all around, and it just stood out to me that something can even be learnt from something as horrible as a devastating fire. Something good can come of something terrible, even if it’s something small, it’s a spark of hope and I do hope that we’ll all remember that.
Photographer & Editor – Rhesa
Makeup & Stylist – Lydia
Model – Esther