Decided to change it up a little bit just for this month 😉 Next up on rewearability is the versatile slip dress 👗They’re lightweight, easy to travel with, and go with just about any dance move #myslipdressdance 💃🏽
‘Bootylicious’ is how some people would describe those with a pear body shape. Sure, it can also used to describe an hourglass figure, but, for women with a pear shaped body, it’s that beautiful, round, picturesque booty that’s usually the main focal point.
So excited for the return of warm weather ☀️ Next up on rewearability is my new good friend, an Asos a-line denim wrap skirt. It’s basically a shorter version version of wide leg jeans (IMO 😏), just as versatile and so easy to pack for summer travel 🙌🏽 #ifskirtsdanced 💃🏽
Accessory hunting has always been much harder for me than trying different types of clothing. I love my shoes and bags, but when it comes to other decorative items, I stick to my staple earrings and rings.
I love playing with various pieces of clothing. Whether it’s a different fit, style, concept, I’d happily try it all. However, aside from putting thought into what bag and shoes to wear, I rarely think about my accessories. Even the stud earrings I wear daily are only changed on occasion, typically for weddings and other big events.
My wide leg jeans and I have been good friends for some time now, but recently I had some friends tell me that they weren’t sure how to wear them. So next up on rewearability are my wide leg Wilfred jeans from Aritzia. Basics can make a statement too 😉 #ifwidelegpantsdanced 💃🏽
When I see a piece of clothing, the two things I think are: 1) what is that supposed to look like on someone, and 2) will it look like that on me?
What do you imagine when you hear “hourglass” body shape? Bombshells like Kim Kardashian or Marilyn Monroe? Sure, but a body can have the same proportions of an hourglass, but be less accentuated, though no less stunning.
📸: Eunice Kim
Whenever I talk to people about styling themselves, the first thing they always mention are the parts of their body that they want to hide. They won’t wear certain tops because they’re heavy chested or that they’re too “hippy” to wear certain kinds of pants. Everyone has their body hang ups, which contributes to the way they see their body shape.
But style, as I see it, is not about hiding your body shape, but about understanding and wanting to show off the parts of ourselves we like. Embracing our body’s shape and size is key to developing our individual style and dressing in a way that we feel most confident.
Happy #internationalwomensday 💃🏽 || It’s not red, but just as powerful. Yellow can have the same impact as any individual statement piece, and is easier to wear thanks to a broad spectrum of shades to choose from. Next up on rewearability, my yellow cold shoulder Asos top #ifyellowdanced ✨