I’m SO excited to share my latest thrift find with you guys – this perfect velvet babydoll dress. I was honestly shocked when I saw this on a hanger since I haven’t really been finding good stuff in thrift stores lately. It’s a littleee bit on the shorter side but I can deal with it.
Long time, no post! My ~*daily outfit vibe*~ hasn’t changed much since last time you heard from me (which was almost two months ago? eek!) I’m still obsessed as ever with fluorescent floral prints. (*´∀｀) Today’s outfit wasn’t as obnoxiously bright though, mainly because I was trying my best to coordinate with these gorgeeeous LeBunny Bleu heels & doing so required me to wear a little more black than I’m used to. I think it turned out alright though?! (｡･･｡) I remember seeing a pair of shoes very similar to these (right down to the gold glitter details!) in a ’60s fashion mag, so that kind of ended up being the inspiration behind this whole look. I just wish I knew how to do a proper beehive hairdo to get the full effect! (U.U)
My new LeBunny Bleu’s (check out the little bunny bows!) & a closer look at my necklace which is from Oasap. It totally reminds me of those enamel flower brooches from the ’60s & ’70s. I love it so much that I’m considering buying the pink and blue versions too! ❀☺❀
Hi sweeties! It is been chilly lately in VA, but I am not tired of ordering new sunnies, special if I find an interesting one. This one I got at Younghungryfree with a denim jacket. At the first moment I thought “wait a minute, last time when I worn a denim jacket I was 7 years old girl!” But after seeing how other bloggers rock this item all the time, I decided that I should try it too. To stay warm I picked a navy blue sweater, which my sister gifted to me when I was in Kazakhstan. Thanks sis, it is warm! Then next question was what to wear for bottom, and I choose a denim summer shorts with over knee socks by H&M. To complete this fun outfit I took a square briefcase at LeBunny Bleu.
The perfect pair of shoes is not easy to find. From fit and form to design and accents, there are a million and one considerations when shoe shopping. Although, as probably every other girl out there, I am extremely picky about my shoes, I have my true and tried designers that always deliver. For adorable flats that are sturdy and comfortable, with just a touch of lovely, Le Bunny Bleu shoes are the perfect pick. Le Bunny Bleu describes their collection as the “sweetest shoes” for the “romantic at heart” girl, and I’d have to agree with that motto!
Le Bunny Bleu shoes are a balance of wonderful accents and classic shapes. A simple, monochrome bow may be offset by a glitter band and an embellished print may have a small, silver charm. I originally found Le Bunny Bleuwhile searching for wedding shoes and bridal shower shoes – I wanted something comfortable and simple, yet festive and romantic. Quality wise, Le Bunny Bleu shoes are crafted out of sturdy and long lasting materials (as a note, consult the sizing information as some products may run smaller or larger depending on the style). Le Bunny Bleu stores are in New York City and throughout Asia and Europe, but the website also offers online ordering and free US shipping on orders above $55.00 – my order shipped quickly and safely in an easy to store box that also contained a polka-dot dust bag (my overly crowded closet was thankful for this attention to detail!).
I could go on and on about the qualities of Le Bunny Bleu but just take a look at these ballet flats – the photos speak for themselves! These Pink Pasia flats are simply beautiful, chic, and sparkly (and because of the affordable prices, my wallet is also happy!).