The Perfect Pop of Color
Today marks the one month anniversary of fashionably, DG! I want to thank everyone who has supported me through these first few weeks by taking the time to read all of my posts; it honestly means the world to me. I've gotten a lot of good feedback so I definitely feel like I'm on the right track to taking this blog to the next level. As I do a mini-reflection on what has been done with fashionably, DG so far, I think the hardest thing is just getting good photos with the perfect angles. I'm super awkward when having my picture taken so I'm not the most photogenic person in the world. But hopefully I'll get better as the year goes on. And as you all know, this blog is currently "The Daysia show", so everything is about me, but very soon I plan on incorporating a few other other categories that"ll make this "The Daysia Show & Others." So Stay tuned, because you're not going to want to miss it.
You ever had that one article of clothing or pair of shoes that you forget about, and once you rediscover it you feel like an important part of your life has been missing? Yeah, I can relate. I don't know how long I've had this peacoat but I'm hurting at the fact that it's been collecting dust in my closet. As with any other outfit, I think of combinations that I've never worn together before and pray that it looks decent when I actually try it on. In today's case, the try-on process went flawlessly, so next I needed to figure out what I could add to it so it would be a little less basic. The striped t-shirt dress is made of a very thin material, and that doesn't mix well with 40 degree weather and wind. So what better way is there to layer up a monochromatic look than to add a deep burgundy coat? None. Well, it probably is, but we're not talking about that right now. Every piece of this outfit besides the tights are from Charlotte Russe, so they might as well go ahead and sponsor me. I don't remember the prices of the dress or coat, but I want to take a second to brag about getting these boots for $4.99. I bought them during the Summer so of course all of the left over boots were marked down. Shop for your Winter wardrobe during the Summer and during the Winter shop for your Summer wardrobe. You'll thank me later.