Saturday, December 24, 2011

Olives and Black Roses

shy shrug gunmetal gold green modern renaissance demure flare
Forever 21 black sheer top w/woven neckline (S) // H&M tan tank top (Euro 4) (as undershirt) //
H&M olive green A-line skirt (Euro 2) // Forever 21 black rose print tights (M/L) //
Wild Diva peep toe suede booties w/ bow accents (5.5) // Jewelmint Astoria necklace (worn as bracelet) (c/o) //
Revlon Colorburst Lipstick in Soft Nude // Coastal Scents 88 Shimmer Palette gunmetal, gold, forest green eyeshadow //

Photography: JJ

THE LATTER IN MY DRINKINI. Day 8 of the 12 Days of Fabulous! (This is like running a freaking marathon, blog-wise.) It's Christmas Eve in all its excitement - there are presents under the tree and candy cane on the faux branches, but most importantly there is delicious homecooked Chinese food on the table and my family gathered around it. Home is the best. I wish that they wouldn't ever stop playing Christmas music, year-round. I will always be the idiot singing out loud in the supermarket to "offer you a simple phrase, for kids from one to ninety-two ... Merry Christmas to you." This was what I wore to Styleta Fashion Night Out 2011 (12/10) to enjoy the on-campus fashion and photograph the runway (the post soon).

SHEER + A-LINE SKIRT. I always had trouble styling this top because it was sheer, long and flowy and generally boxy. Sometimes I wore a belt around it but it never quite felt right. With something black underneath, it kind of lost its sheer charm. So luckily I finally figured out a way to accentuate the sheerness without baring uncomfortable amounts of skin (which for me is any amount of midriff I realize) - layer a nude coloured shirt underneath. Voila! Also finally glad to bring out this skirt, something that finally went on sale for $7 last Christmas and I snatched up a Euro 2 versus the 6 thinking that if I became fit enough, it'd be fine. Hahaha, self, time to exercise and eat healthy ... what were you thinking? Either way, the back would not zip up so I just hid it under the shirt's loose material. LOVING the feminine A-line flared shape and olive green colour.

Another wise discovery: buying M/L tights instead of S/M has saved me a lot of ripping. My mondo-thighs just seem to hulk out of any normal dainty pair, so sizing up has greatly helped. You might remember this grey pair of the same F21 rose print tights - of course now they're ripped and questionable looking. Too finish off with some ingenuity: my Jewelmint Astoria necklace (read my review) wrapped thrice around my little wrists to make a cool chunky brassy/golden bracelet. Hurray for arm candy!

black roses and suede tuck behind ear to show arm candy close up deets chunks of aztecia the beginnings of the sprinkler olivia baby got back
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9 comments:

carizzachua December 24, 2011 at 3:08 PM   said...

i totally dig that outfit. merry christmas girl!

Nic Nic December 25, 2011 at 12:11 AM   said...

I love your tights or hosiery I think you call them over there?? feels kinda vampy but feminine and chic at the same time!

Nic Nic December 25, 2011 at 12:12 AM   said...

Oh and Merry Christmas :D

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Shen December 25, 2011 at 8:32 AM   said...

You look adorable! Am absolutely loving the outfit. On a side note, Merry Christmas and best wishes for the coming year!

Tiffany Ticonuwu December 25, 2011 at 2:52 PM   said...

Cute outfit, I love your tights too <3

Angel King December 27, 2011 at 8:13 PM   said...

Can I just say OMG I LOVE THIS!!! So I'm flying you to where ever I am living in like a year and you are helping me pick out my new wardrobe! <3 You!

Angie December 27, 2011 at 8:38 PM   said...

@Angel King hahaha gladly! : )

Oreleona December 31, 2011 at 12:23 AM   said...

you look soo pretty! i love the sheer top and the skirt and your hose!!

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