Molami Headphones Rock!
…this post will also be known as “No Pants Dance.”
So I was listening to some music the other day while wearing just a trench coat, sunglasses and heels (that’s believable, right?) and I realized that not only was the quality of my music lousy, my ugly, plain ol’ earbuds were bringing the down the level of my entire outfit.
So, I strapped on my ever-so-fashionable white silk & gold Molami earphone headband (the clarity! the style!) & boogied down with my bad-dancing white-girl bad self.
Trench Coat: Target (Size XXL)
Shoes: Steve Madden (Size 9)
The deal hunter never sleeps. While sometimes they blend into the background, they are always vigilant, always keeping their senses peeked for sales. And sometimes the deal hunter goes on a sale safari and wants to dress the part.
When you’re sale hunting you need to keep a few fashion rules in mind. One, you need a sturdy shoe (a boot or bootie is best because it will hold onto your foot) that won’t trip you up as you rush through the store. Two, a purse that can be easily slung over your body and out of your hands to make browsing easy. Three, a belt- an accessory that easily gets overlooked, but comes in handy when you’re trying on dresses or tops that you would typically belt so you can see an accurate fit. Four, a hat- come on, you got up early for this sale, your hair is not going to be at its best. Five, sunglasses- mirrored ones are the best- they not only cover your sleep deprived eyes, but they will also prevent other shoppers from noticing that you just spotted a deal to your left.
Vest: Old Navy
Jeans: Old Navy
Bag: Urban Outfitters
Boots: Steve Madden
Being from New Jersey, it’s not unusual to see women strutting their stuff covered in leopard print. However, you don’t typically witness them in head to toe leopard print…. until now.
Whether it’s my NJ status, or just my feline nature, I cannot lie- I adore leopard print. It’s flattering, adds a level of interest to an otherwise tame outfit, and can be found in every color of the rainbow.
You’ll feel like a sex kitten in leopard print (pun intended), and it’s perfect for both day & night (and even for work). You can easily layer a leopard print button-down under a solid colored sweater, or top off a pencil skirt with a leopard print sweater. Or, if you work in a more trendy office, pair leopard print pants with patent leather black heels, a white button down and black blazer.
Shirt: Old Navy
Sweater: Old Navy
Shoes: Steve Madden
Sunglasses: Street vendor on St. Marks