Look 1: Tie Dye
This outfit is very simple with a Tie Dye dress that I got from Century 21 in New York, paired with a pale pink clutch and wedges. For accessories, I wore a gold DIY (Do It Yourself) body chain that I made, a gold mirrored bangle & my gold cross ringlets. This outfit is perfect for a lunch date.
Look 2: Flower Power
In this look, I wear a nude colored cami and some high-waisted shorts along with my favorite floral chiffon shirt that I wore unbuttoned to look like a kimono. I accessorized this outfit with my DIY floral headband that I made, some shades and a teal cross-body bag. For shoes, I wore some cognac colored strappy sandals. The sandals have a heel but it's low enough where it wouldn't be painful to walk in for long periods of time. You could also exchange the sandals for some flip flops if you don't want to wear heels at all. This outfit would be great for any festival event where you would want to be fashionable but comfortable.
Look 3: Pastels
This is my favorite outfit in the lookbook because it's so feminine and chic! I wore my nude pink crocheted blouse that I also purchased from Century 21 in New York with a mint colored skater skirt that I purchased from Forever 21. I also wear my same pale pink wedges that I work in the first look, along with my gold bangle. You can wear this look for a nice day out with the girls or mid-day happy hour.
Look 4: Maxed Out
This look is very quick & simple to achieve. I just wore a striped maxi with some color-blocked wedges. I also wore my gold tribal earrings and a forest green belt to cinch in the waist. You can wear you're maxi with or without a belt, but I prefer to wear mines with a belt because sometimes maxis can be a little loose & unflattering to my figure. You can also substitute your wedges for sandals. Maxi's are great for when you're out running you're everyday errands or if you just want to look cute effortlessly.
Look 5: Shady Lady
In this look, I strut in a lavender sleeveless chiffon shirt that's tucked into a purple skirt. I wore a neutral colored cami beneath the shirt and some white & gold sandals. This outfit is very similar to the color-blocking trend but instead of combining different colors, I mixed different shades of the same color. This can be done with done with any color and any wardrobe pieces. This is something cute that I would wear to class or for a walk through the park.
Look 6: Gone with the Wind Fabulous
Lastly, I wrap the lookbook up with a flowy high-low dress that came with a chain waist belt. I kept this look really simple by wearing some sandals but you can always dress it up with some heels and a blazer. This outfit would be good for a night on the town to do something cool like going to a elegant open mic night or to a museum. You could even wear this dress to a summer wedding if accessorized properly.
Hope you enjoy and be on the look out for more fashion lookbooks!