Tuesday, October 24, 2017

ellelauri Romper

ellelauri Romper

I'm sure we can all agree the best thing about rompers is the effortlessness that comes with wearing them. When you find one that fits, all you have to do is throw it on and your look is complete.

That is true for this romper given to me from the boutique I work at. It is made of silk which gives it a polished look that you can achieve with little effort. I love the stripes. they are very city chic to me.

I finished the look with black pointed ankle boots, silver bracelets, and a studded leather wrap bracelet for an edgy night-out-on-the-town look. 

Romper // ellelauri
Boots // JustFab
Bracelets // Alex&Ani
Wrap bracelet // H&M

Stay  Well  &  God  Bless

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Ruffled Pink

Ruffled Pink

In my quest to incorporate more girlier or, what I am now calling
romantic pieces, into my wardrobe I picked up this pink ruffled top
 on sale at Topshop.

It is the prettiest shade of pink, but the ruffled shoulders and
bell sleeves are what I love the most. Throwing it on with a pair
of jeans gives you an effortlessly chic and flirty look

For a dressier look, I would add a pair of strappy heels to this outfit
and for a warmer day white shorts would easily pull this look together.

Top // Topshop
Denim // Primark

 Stay Well & God Bless

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Casually Unexpected

Casually Unexpected


I have been wanting to put a day look together with this thrifted blue tweed mini-skirt. 
The skirt's potential functionality inspired me. You could very easily dress it up,
 but my vision for the skirt was more of a street look. Something a bit more casual and unexpected.
I paired the mini with a pajama style top. It has a laid back fit but the black and white stripes
keep it chic. I mentioned in a previous post that a pajama style top is an effortless way to look put together. 
This look was all about contrasts from the different textures of the two pieces, the top is a thin chiffon material and the mini is tweed, to the color combo. I love how the black and white stripes work with the mixed blue of the mini. It works because blue, in my eyes, is a pop of color but pairs like a neutral. 

Top // Primark
Mini-skirt // Thrift
Purse // Charming Charlie's

Stay Well & God Bless

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Brighton is Bliss

Brighton is Bliss

My first Saturday in England I hopped on a train from Victoria station headed out of London and towards the coast. 
Toward to the stone pebbled beaches, candy painted shacks,
and whimsical old roads of Brighton.

If you ever get the chance to go I urge you to go! I have
 never felt so at peace. 

I wore this periwinkle and flower printed romper. 
It knots up at the front, it's loose, it's playful,
 and perfect for a day at the beach.
I have been trying to incorporate more "girly" pieces
 like this into my wardrobe. It can be dressed up with a pair
 of heels and layered chains or a more casual look like I
 sported with Converse.

Romper // ellelauri in Philadelphia
Glasses // Sam Edelman

Stay Well & God Bless

Monday, July 10, 2017

True To London

True To London

London could not have been anymore London than on this day. 
Clouds hung low and the air was cool when just the day before

I was strolling through Kensington in shorts.
But I want the true London experience so I will
 layer up and go about my day.

This look started with the denim, I knew I wanted to
take these DIY'd raw hem jean on their first outing.
DIYing them was super easy, just cut an even line and use
 a pair of tweezers to pull at the frayed ends. 
Distress and pull to your liking.

(I never wore these jeans, the cut was awkward so messing them up wouldn't be a big deal) 

I went with a loose lightweight sweater for warmth and
the light pink color brightened up the look a bit.
To finish the outfit I threw on this dark green duster,
it's lightweight and functional, perfect for layering.

And of course, my Converse were a part of this look.

Duster // JustFab
Sweater // Forever 21
Jeans // DIY
Purse // Charming Charlie's

Stay Well & God Bless