Touches of Summer Chic

Kimonos and Chain Belts

IMG_2928IMG_2929IMG_2932Although I love fashion, summer is my least favorite season to dress up for. However, I have found ways to find items I have fell in love with to enhance my love for dressing fashionable in summer. I have had this slip dress for a while and it is a bit revealing for me so I thought to pair it with this loose fitting lace kimono. The kimono kept the look breathable but added sophistication. Next, i decided to keep it dressed up with these lace slip ons. The look was almost complete but, I needed one more bang to make it work for me. I looked at this chain necklace I have had for a while. It can be tied multiple ways so I then took into consideration the belt trend and I tied it on and finally the look was complete. THE DETAILS MATTER.

Kimono – Passed down from my fashionable grandma

Slip Dress – H&M

Slip Ons – H&M

Belt/Necklace – Paparazzi Accessories

 

THE Jumpsuit

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Jumpsuits are my favorite. They are so effortless and can be used for a fashion emergency. That last minute text for a girl`s night can be saved by a jumpsuit. In summer, night looks need to be breezy and comfortable. The coulotte jumpsuit changed my life ! I had a dinner to attend but I wanted to be comfortable and classy and this jumpsuit achieved exactly that. I paired it with my platform heels and the night was perfect.

Jumpsuit – Cato Fashions

Heels- Cato Fashions

 

DETAILS MAKE A DIFFERNECE. JUST THE SMALLS LITTLE CHANGES CAN TAKE A LOOK TO THE NEXT LEVEL.

-Stay Chic

DEE

*No items in this post were sponsored. All items were bought with my own money.*

Photography By : J Photo and Company

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