Hi lovelies, please forgive me for not posting as much as of late. But, I've been super busy and rather tired at the end of the day. I'll try to do better this Fall!:) This past weekend was spent with my favorite girl. We attended Adele's concert on Friday night, explored the city on Saturday and ended the weekend with church/lunch on Sunday. We always have a super fun time together!
Camo is once again one of the season's hottest trends. I like to treat camo as a neutral; that can be worn with just about anything and is great with mixing prints! So, be sure to pick up a variety of camo pieces to add to your Fall wardrobe.
What I wore: First let me say that I'm sorry for the bad lighting in these pics.
My rust colored halter jumpsuit is from Free People and it's around 3 years old. My leopard choker is also Free People and it can be purchased Here ( I must say that I'm obsessed with it). My camo army jacket is from Crossroads Consignment. You can find one just about anywhere right now.
Let's talk a little about this outfit. Ken and I was heading to the #Global Festival and I was planning on wearing shorts not the leggings but when I got outside the temperature had dropped 20 degrees from the day before!! Eeeekkk. I did have the leggings with me to change into later that night; just incase I got cold. So, I scurried into the restroom inside of Whole Foods and put them on under my shorts. Hahaaa!! What do you guys think??!
What I'm wearing: Camo Jacket: Crossroads Consignments ( It found me I wasn't looking for it)!:) Vintage Levis Shorts|| Black Bodysuit (old)|| Gucci Disco Crossbody|| Vans: Skate Hi
For me it makes no sense to walk around in NYC or any walking city wearing heels.
I'm just too old for that type of nonsense. Plus, I take the train or walk everywhere (inwhich I prefer).
I rarely take a cab or use an Uber.
Yes, I still love my 4inches but sneakers are the new heels on most days!
What I'm wearing: Zara army green T-shirt dress: Here || Tom Ford: Sunnies|| Adidas Superstars
Thanks for stopping by: Much love, Sharmana