Monthly Archives: August 2016

Boyfriend’s Shirt Redone!

Wearing: Husband’s Banana Republic Shirt (similar here) | Romwe Lace Up Skirt | Seychelles Sandals

I have been inspired with seeing all these stories on how to style a maybe then boring button up into something fashion forward…Cue me raiding my husband’s closets! I took his stripe work shirt and gave it new life! Paired with this AMAZING (I’m obsessed with anything lace-up!) skirt from Romwe. It fits like a glove and gives me everything I wanted from a skirt and more. Below are instructions on how to re-work your boyfriend, husband, own button up shirt.

1. Button your shirt from the bottom up to your chest, wherever you want the top to hit, keeping your arms out.

2. Pull both sleeves to the front and tie in a knot. Make sure when tying in a knot to go opposite ways, meaning if the first tie is right over left then do left over right the second time. This will keep the knot centered.

3. Adjust the top to puff a little to make it a sweetheart neckline and that’s it!




Overall Upgrade

Wearing: H&M Denim Overalls | H&M Stripe Tee | Topshop Sneakers

When you think of overalls a couple things come to mind… childlike, 90’s, can’t pull off. I’m here to tell you while all of those may be true pulling them off isn’t one of them. This white denim overall dress from H&M is the upgraded way to get the look. The streamline style allows this piece to be fun and sporty or minimalist chic, either way you can pull it off!



Wearing: Banana Republic Blouse | Banana Republic Skirt | Windsor Store Platform Shoes

Have you been into Banana Republic lately? If not, go! Right. Now. They have so much amazing new styles perfect for anyone’s taste. I could have stayed in the store for hours but landed on this amazing polka dot shirt and skirt set. They weren’t next to each other but I love how they paired together as a set to create an outfit that looks like a dress yet you can wear each other them separately as well. The small details of each piece is what really makes it in my option, the small ruffles at the end of the skirt, the tie-neck on the top, the gathered fabric on the sleeves… Obsessed may be an understatement!