Pink Dreams

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Outfit

  • Pink Midi Skirt – H&M
  • Grey Crop Top – Bershka
  • Black and Gold Sandals – Steve Madden
  • Black and Gold Clutch
  • Black Sunnies – Ray-Ban

Hey cuties! I’m officially back, after 2 months of being busy as hell at the hospital, some work related travels and whatnots. I have tons of outfits waiting in line to be written about and published, so I really hope I get the time to write about them all this next month.

These photos were taking in the amazing city of Zacatecas. I had the opportunity of making a quick trip there (just a couple of days) but I ended up falling in love with the city and all of its pink stone buildings. So it was only fitting that I also wore a pink(ish) outfit. Everyone close to me knows that I’m not the biggest fan of the color pink. Nonetheless, this color chases me, and I somehow end up always being gifted pink stuff or buying in this color because there’s not another option. As the years have gone by, I’ve started to like it a lot more than I did before.

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This paper-bag skirt caught my eye when I was sale-shopping in July of this year. It is a nice, airy material, perfect for the last stretch of summer. My mom suggested that I should pair it with a grey crop top (she looooves the pink+grey combo), and I chose the basic black and gold sandals/black and gold clutch to go with them.

This is the ultimate Princess Skirt. It makes you want to twirl around all day to see it floating. It’s also super comfortable and you can move and dance and walk and run and it’ll stay in place and not flash anyone in the process.

The paper-bag waist trend has been around for a couple months now. It is usually really flattering, giving the illusion of a cinched waist. I’ve only had the opportunity to try this shape in trousers and shorts form. Never have I ever seen this waist on a skirt, so I decided to give it a go. It is certainly not the easiest skirt to pair a top with, starting with it being bicolor, and the waist does not give you a lot of options top-wise, so I recommend going with two possible options:

  1. Wear a super-cropped baggy tee. The highly cropped length will expose (barely) your midriff. This will neutralize the complete bagginess of the outfit.
  2. Wear it with a basic v-neck or u-neck fitted tee.

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Are you loving the paper-bag trend? How do you wear it?

 

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