Throw a silk robe on, or a lightweight outerwear piece! It’ll cover some of that side bulge, hahaha. Which is exactly what I do…ALL THE TIME.
This robe was gifted to me a few years ago by my mominlaw, she said it’s older than my husband–which means it’s officially vintage! Baahahaaa. I linked the ends of my Zara necklace to a bracelet to make it hang low. Linking some amazing finds below for you all!
The urban dictionary defines “eye of the tiger” as having complete focus on becoming the best fighter/hunter. This concept has absolutely nothing to do with my outfit post but I thought I should share this with you because it’s the title of my post *snap snap*.
I am wearing the ridiculously ornate Zara statement necklace again. I’m so in love with it. I actually purchased it from ebay a while ago.
The tiger crop top and chiffon maxi skirt are from my most recent trip to Seoul, Korea.
Crystal drop earrings were worn at my wedding 3.5 years ago! I believe I bought them on ebay for like $8 lol.
Acid wash chambray shirt around my waist is old and from Pac Sun (similar here).
H&M is having a $4 sale in honor of Independence Day! I bought a ton of cute pieces in preparation for my summer travel plans >.< I got this gorgeous zebra crop top for $4 and layered it over a white crop top that’s $2.95! My high waisted shorts are from Korea from a little shop near Hongik University ($10). I suffer from disproportionately long torso syndrome (DLTS), and yes, I just made that up. But, high waisted bottoms are a great way to combat this syndrome and elongate your legs. My seafoam and nude strappy heels are from Bakers ($40). Bakers is one of my favorite footwear retailers because their heels are high quality and extremely comfortable! I never buy anything for full price because my favorite sandals always go on sale, lol.
Gold cuff also worn here, and sunglasses from this post. I got my floral waterfall ladybug earrings from Macy’s (old), it was on sale for $8!