WHAT I WORE: CAP AND BACKLESS MINI

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Cap: Nike
Dress: Forever 21
Bomber: Forever 21 (similar)
Ankle Boots: Boohoo (here) (alternative)

 

Mixing sporty and girly pieces has slowly become my favorite thing to do when I get dressed. Throwing on a cap when you’re wearing a dress gives your outfit a whole different vibe, and that’s definitely a good thing. Caps are not limited to dresses, and look comfortable-chic with jeans and a thin duster coat. Let’s take a moment to appreciate this dress though, which was $2 f*****g dollars! The sale racks at Forever 21 have some hidden gems sometimes, ladies and gentlemen. I’ve also found the block heelĀ  boots of my dreams, and they were cheap too.

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Top & Jewelry: Forever 21
Trousers: c/o Articles of Society
Heels: Windsor Smith Gillie
Croc Handbag: c/o AMI Clubwear

 

Presenting the most comfortable loose-fit pants to ever grace my bottom half: The Twiggy Trouser. I’m wearing a size 24 and I could not believe how awesome the fit was, somewhat like a boyfriend jean that actually flatters the buns. Big thank you to the Articles of Society team for my goodies, loved them! Cant wait to show you all the other pair. Take a look at how 4 other lovely ladies styled the Twiggy Trouser on Instagram via #5DaysOf AOS. I must admit that I put this outfit together while listening to Pusha-T, lets give him some credit too.

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Egyptian Cotton

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Forever 21 top, shorts, and necklace
Windsor Smith Heels (Similar)
Aldo tote
Balmain’s gorgeous Fall 2014 collection revolves around army green and leather, which I fell in love with instantly after I saw it on Rihanna. Army green is back, and I dont think I’m going to wait until fall to wear it. On another note, Big KRIT’s Egyptian Cotton is the creative juice behind this look. “Life should be as cooooool, as Egyptian cotton.”