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2) Pleather Skater Skirt: I’m petite and have the hardest time finding skirts in 00 (AEO does run kind of big though so it still might not fit). I’ve been looking for a good pleather skirt for forever!
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Original Dress from Dillards and Wedges from Rack Room Shoes.
Earlier tonight I had the chance to walk the runway for Beauty Through the Storm hosted by Chosen to Conquer and my local mall’s fashion board that I am a member of. It was a great experience and I had a lot of fun.
This look is so perfect for summer. It looks casual even though I am wearing heels and the braid is easy to do. The original dress was from Rue 21, the vest is by Self Esteem, and you can buy the exact necklace here and the exact heels here.
For my hair, I just did a simple fishtail braid leaving out a few of the shorter layers of the front and curling them. I took a piece of fabric I had and wrapped it around the end, forming a bow.
This dress and flats are surprisingly normal for a runway look but dresses from this brand are thousands of dollars and the shoes are expensive as well. My look is $132.98 total.
Both items are from Mod Cloth. You can find the dress here and the flats here.
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Rule the Runway is my new series where I take runway looks and find cheaper and more wearable versions. Today I found a yellow dress and taupe booties and clutch from the Gucci Resort 2015 collection.
The combination of a midi dress and mid-calf boots would not be flattering on most people so I opted for a shorter (but still classy) dress and booties instead.
Dress, Clutch, Booties
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Today I’m wearing a casual t-shirt and maxi. I didn’t get any good pictures of the back, but the t-shirt actually has a pretty lattice cut out design. The maxi has two slits which shows off my black mini wedges.
Exact shirt (only $4.97 right now!) Exact skirt, Exact wedges (also on sale right now) and a similar necklace:
Kim’s romper is perfect for summer. It’s casual but still looks put together. You could trade out the heels for sandals to make it even more comfortable but I love how they don’t look too dressy even during the day. I hope you like the similar items I found below!
Romper, Necklace, Purse, Heels, Belt
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College Orientation means a lot a walking and making first impressions on your future classmates and staff members. You want to look casual but still put together. I would not recommend dresses or any shoes with a large heel.
Outfit One: Boho Romper
Romper, Vest,Purse, Sandals
Rompers are a great alternative to dresses and skirts if you want to look a little more casual and you don’t have to worry about a skirt flying up on a windy day and it works if you have to sit on the ground anywhere. The sandals have a tiny wedge which I find more comfortable than completely flat sandals. A small crossbody bag keeps you from lugging around a giant bag all day.
Outfit Two: Feminine Shorts
Tank, Shorts, Necklace, Clutch, Sandals
This look is very girly and polished. Flat sandals are great for walking around all day and the shorts are casual yet classy looking and would stand out in a sea of denim shorts. The shirt would look nice tucked in without being skin tight.
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