I love turbans that are already made because I'm lazy like that lol! But these 3 ways are great options if you'd prefer to DIY! Plus, they can be way more stylish because you can use any scarf that has patterns, designs, etc. Enjoy!
So, I did begin my search for a color block inspired look to wear to the wedding in July.
No such luck.
My first thought was to go to a department store: Neiman Marcus. Sadly, nothing caught my eye, but then again, that was expected! Department stores can sometimes be too "cooker cutter." I'm looking for something that's more out-of-the-box. I'm thinking I may have to make some vintage visits to be even more inspired. Afterall, I may find what I am looking for secondhand...
On an inspirational note, I stubbled across this picture of Esperanza Spalding during my daily cyber "drive by." I really enjoy this photo of her from InStyle Magazine May 2011.
Beauty, natural hair, eccentric wardrobe direction, color, pattern, what's not to love?!
I am currently blogging live in Paris en route to my final destination of LAGOS!! Honestly luvs, there is no place like home and I can't wait to get there! It's only for a week but I promise to take some great pics to share with you all!
Happy Mother's Day to all our readers who are mother's. We hope your day is a pleasant one!
So, I changed my hair up a little AND you all will be happy to know that I have a DSLR now, so my photos are much more crisp in quality! The photos below are a testament to my new purchase!
*Major Difference Indeed* lol
I'm still learning how to use it though, so bare with me...
Now about yesterday: I made a quick cameo at a cookout and then headed to a friend's house for a fight party. I didn't actually get to watch the fight because I was "tardy for the party" lol!
I had a grand time though, especially since I got to see some familiar faces from college.
sweater: h&m, skirt: american apparel, shoes: michael kors, shoulder bag: vintage coach