Sunday, July 6, 2014

Quirky Summer Layers

Wearing: Papaya Clothing dress, Thrifted denim shirt, Aeropostale "Tokyo Darling" NY graphic tee, Thrifted heels + headscarf, Vintage necklace, Vintage Louis Vuitton via Mara Vintage Shop, Target watch.

The other day I wore this outfit to go in for my orientation for the job I just got at Aeropostale, and since it was a cloudy windy day, it wasn't too hot to wear layers, so I took advantage of that opportunity! I originally was just wearing the dress, but then I thought it would be cute (and totally appropriate for the occasion) to wear my current favorite graphic tee from Aeropostale's new Tokyo Darling line over the dress, but then I had the idea to put on a denim shirt underneath the tee, and I thought it worked so well in a quirky, young, and cute kind of way. I added in some color with the heels and headscarf, and of course I had to wear a chunky necklace, and then my outfit was complete! Not exactly my everyday style, but I always like trying new things, and I got quite a few compliments as well, so that's always a nice confidence booster when stepping out of your style comfort zone!



  1. This outfit does work really well together. It’s awesome that you tried it out and it looks fantastic!

  2. Love your layering styles! Dots are so cute ♥

  3. So pretty Carly x

  4. Tres chic! Also, can I just say it's refreshing to hear a fashion blogger mention a real work life? Good luck at your new job!

  5. I love the skirt, so cute!! I'm kind of wishing it was cool enough for layers again ;)

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  6. I love to see your style evolve over time on the blog. I love this more quirky aesthetic you have going on here :)

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  8. great work at such age.And the man behind the camera did it very well.

  9. Awesome photography……..the only thing I don’t like about them is that I didn’t shoot them.
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