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Cinco De Mayo Festive Fashion

Happy Monday babes. I hope you all had a magical weekend. Yesterday was Cinco De Mayo, and I decided to get super festive and wear a color that I’m not so fond of. Y’all already know my issues! Although I’ve always been a fan of a red lip, I have a hard time wearing any outfit with a lot of red in it, let alone floral print. However, I am in LOVE with this romper. Although I don’t shop at Fashionnova anymore, this dress can still be found on their website and is still in stock. I’ve worn this a few times, and have styled it two different ways. I dunno about you, but if you have a staple piece of clothing that you’re in love with, don’t wear it just once. Recycle it and create a different look each time. It’s all about having fun, and being comfortable.


For look Number 1, I wanted to be sexy but edgy. You can never go wrong with black combat boots. They’re super comfortable and easy to style with any outfit. If you want to wear this dress but not in the mood to wear heels, then try wearing all-black boots. You’ll probably thank me later.

I also accessorized this look with an all-black top hat – because yes to hats. For some reason I feel so classy when I wear one of these. Isn’t it cute? I’m obsessed with it.


For look Number 2, I had to bring out the converse. We knew this. I love wearing white chucks with a short or long dress. So simple, and so casual. I wanted to spice this outfit up a bit and add a checked blazer – just in case it gets cold, or you want to be more business casual. This outfit wouldn’t look right if I left the blazer as is, so I tied the bottom ends in a bow and turned it into a crop blazer. This will also accentuate your waist and show off your hips.

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Thanks so much for reading babes, and I’ll catch you here next week! All my luv xx

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