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Feb 9: Next in Fashion Inspiration – Episode 4

The new Netflix show Next in Fashion was released not long ago, and (of course) I binged it! I wanted to share some of my inspiration from the fourth episode, Streetwear! I’m generally more polished in my style, so I wanted to show inspiration that contrasted with my usual aesthetic. Hopefully I can create looks off of these and show them to you when the weather gets warmer! (There is currently a foot of snow outside, and its a little chilly.)

Taken from Netflix’s Next in Fashion, Episode 4

The first outfit I was struck by was this over-sized sweatshirt cinched with a thick, corset-like belt action. (Please forgive the picture quality. I, for the life, of me, could not get these pictures to screenshot, so I took them with my phone.) Over-sized sweatshirts are super comfy, and a thick belt lets you wear them without losing your waistline. One great thing (of many) in this look is that the shoe pairings are nearly limitless. For a more casual look, you can pair it with sneakers or an ankle boot or a heel or thigh high boots!

The next was the layering in this lovely ensemble! Tops over a maxi dress look great, and a jacket on top provides even more interest. I also loved the bold layering and boots paired with the more subdued color palette. Also am in love with both the beanie and brimmed hat! This is an outfit inspiration I will definitely jump on when it gets warmer. A maxi dress offers more cover than most dresses, and that with the layering will help you stay warm if there’s a cool breeze on an early spring day. Like the previous outfit, the shoe options are vast, though the utilitarian vibe of both the shoes and jacket are a nice contrast to the sexy slit in the dress. A good variation might be a leather jacket (a trend for 2020) and a pump.

Thanks for stopping by, and if you’ve seen the show, let me know what outfits you were inspired by either in this episode or any of the others!

Announcement: Forgive my inconsistent posting, I’ll be doing more inspiration posts in the coming weeks. But alas, school must come first! (And hopefully my new laptop won’t die like my old one… rest in peace.) I was recently accepted to law school, and I definitely don’t want to slip in my last semester of undergrad!

❤ Zeebs

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Sept. 1: Outfit of the Day and Outfit Inspiration

This outfit of the day was inspired and made around my hat. I love this taupe large brimmed hat. It’s both fashionable and functional! I loved not squinting! I went with my black romper that you’ve seen before on a previous post – this time in a more funky, casual ensemble. I added my taupe booties and my denim chambray trench for more than just black and nude. Topped it off with metallic earrings, and I was out the door!

You can also see my model looking friend in this photo. We were twinning a little with the denim, and I looooooooooooove her shoes, so I couldn’t NOT include her in a post. The wedge is cute and functional. It adds a dressy casual feel to the outfit which I love. We are both wearing heels with a dress and simple denim jacket, but our styles are different and equally fantastic!

Thanks for stopping by! I’ll definitely be posting more outfit inspiration now that the fall semester has started, and I can see more amazing outfits than usual. Yay!

❤ Zeebs

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Aug. 25: Outfit Inspiration

Sorry for the lack of a post on Friday. I accidentally scheduled August 23’s post for this coming Friday. Oopsies! So, you’ll see it then, and stay on the lookout for another post! With that said, let’s get into it!

Today’s post is focused on outfit inspiration! At a dinner event thing-a-ma-jig, one of my lovely peers came with this amazing outfit!

When I saw her in this outfit I was OBSESSED and absolutely wanted to share it with you! I loved how she wore a patterned shirt with a textured black trouser. (Sadly, you can see the texture in this photo.) And also… THE SHOES. I love how shiny and bold they are. They add an element of cool, casual effortlessness to this look.

I don’t know if I would ever wear a button down shirt or those loafers, but she looks goooooooooood. How I would take this inspiration and apply it to my own wardrobe: shiny shoes (maybe ballet flats or heels), black trousers, and a patterned blouse. Any pattern would work, but I would probably go with a blue because I loved how the dark blue and black work together!

Thanks girlie for letting me take and post a picture!

❤ Zeebs