Asymmetrical​ Goodness

How cool is this Gingham Tunic dress? The print is so fun and the dress itself has an asymmetrical pattern, which I go weak for. I found this goodie at… can you guess? Glassons. There are so many ways to wear this piece, that’s why mesh sheer fabrics are always keen to have in the closet. Whether that’s wearing something over or under, you can always get a stylish look no matter what. Being the weather it is right now, I added a black mesh long sleeve with a black slip too for warmth and to refrain from revealing what I probably don’t want to show. Again, if I ever want to go on a spontaneous snorkel adventure; I’m set with these heels. As for accessories, my mid-sized hoops, (because we all know that the bigger the hoop, the bigger the, you get the joke) always add that touch of girliness that I am trying to lean toward right now… no idea why. Anywho, to make more dimension, I added this belt that too, is from Glassons. Then, to add even more the 80’s-90’s look, my velvet scrunchie has made yet another appearance.

side note: if you can’t ever conquer that “perfect” messy bun, just use a scrunchie and it holds everything in place, whilst looking like you tried. 

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Those in-between looks… 

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