Hello all I hope you’re having a great week so far. I thought it would be fun to do another “transitional fashion” post but instead of a from day to night look I thought it would be fun to show you all how with the help from some select accessories and styling tips you can change the look of a romper completely.
I decided to go with my two favorite style aesthetics, both of which could not be more polar opposite, but seriously where is it written that you can’t like a little bit of everything when it comes to style?
Look 1. Pinup Inspired
Because of the casual nature of a romper I decided to keep my hair simple, rolled bangs, a little bit of a bouffant working, and the rest of my hair down and curled all set off with a cute little bandana. I of course ignore how casual the romper is when it comes to my makeup though, a classic red lip and a winged liner is just a must have to for me, and to set the look off I paired a wide red belt to define my waist and a pair of heels to make my legs look a little longer and leaner than they actually are.
Bra Top: Onzie
Look 2. Bohemian inspired.
See what I mean about polar opposites? For a fun bohemian look I went a little more “intricate” with my hair doing a fun twisted crown and some soft romantic curls to set it off, kept the makeup very simple and luminous, piled on the jewelry I’ve never heard of such a thing as too much turquoise, added a brown braided belt, again to define my waist, and kimono to give the look some movement. Then threw on some cowboy boots for a bit of a rustic edge.
Jewelry: The choker my mother made and I believe all the other pieces were bought at pow wows. Honestly pow wows are the greatest places to find gorgeous turquoise jewelry and I like supporting artists as opposed to companies. Do a little research and see if there are any pow wows taking place in your town, and don’t worry if you’re not Native American every pow wow I have ever been to has been open to the public. However if there aren’t any pow wows taking place near you I did find this site (Indian Village Mall) that sells gorgeous Native American wears.
Kimono: Cotton bought it ages ago but I love this Kimono from Forever 21 as an alternative
Romper: H&M /Similar
Boots: Atwoods supply store/Similar
Which look was your favorite? Do you have a tendency to have polar fashion favorites or is it just me? Drop me a line I love hearing from you guys.
Hope you all enjoyed this post as much as I did. Happy Wednesday!
2 thoughts on “One Piece Multiple Possibilities”
I love love love both of these looks! I can’t even pick a favorite since they are both great at each style. I tend to go very girly all the time, but every once in awhile I think I have a bit bolder, sassier look to me (I think?).
Awe thank you so much, I don’t know that I could pick a favorite look either. I’m exactly the same as you, most of the time everything is really feminine but occasionally I like to throw in a little bit of edginess to change things up. Also I checked out your blog and its fantastic, absolutely love your sense of style.