Wednesday, September 17, 2014

paint splatter


 
First off, I just want to say sorry for being MIA lately. As with every single one of us, life happens  and we get caught up in how hectic, stressful, crazy, overwhelming  things are at times (is it okay to say this on a fashion blog? Lol) .  Needless to say, we try to get back to the normalcy of things so here I am as I try to get back on track with the things that I love doing.  Second, excuse the title of this post, lol. I have not a drop of creative juice left in my brain right now and really, doesn’t this dress/top look like it has paint splatter all over it?? On to a more blog-related discussion, this top was actually sold as a dress but I guess for  a tall person such as moi, it isn’t. Have you ever bought something where you fell so in love with how it looks but unsure of how to really wear it BUT ended up getting it anyway? Well, this is one of those buys. I knew I couldn’t wear this as a dress, obviously because I do not want to be arrested for indecent exposure, duh. Hahaha.  So my go-to solution for fashion dilemmas  such as this, wear it as a top! I think it works… it does because I have no other choice. Lol. Sorry for this very unhelpful fashion post, I hope y’all got a good laugh from it, though!
As always, thank you so much for reading and see you on my next post!

          Top/Dress: Rachel Roy for Macy's    Jeans: Hudson    Shoes: Sole Society    Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs     Earrings/Watch: Jewelmint/Marc Jacobs

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22 comments:

  1. Love this look ! Your top is great !

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  2. You look amazing in this outfit!! Your top is so pretty-I love the colours and pattern mixing, so chic!
    Marta
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  3. No need to apologize, we all know how difficult a balance it is. I really like your top! I have the opposite problem since I'm short that everything is too long on me. I really like it with the jeans. This outfit looks great on you! I hope things start to slow down!

    Nicole
    Nicole to the Nines

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  4. Great Post! Follow each other on GFC, Google+ and Bloglovin? If yes, follow me and i follow back as soon as i see it. Let me know with a comment on my Blog

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  5. This is such a pretty dress! I love the pattern.

    Tamara
    www.trulytamara.com

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  6. I love how you've styled this dress. The pattern and colours are such fun plus it goes so well with the jeans. You could even wear contrasting coloured tights with this! You look fantastic!

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  7. Hope things are well with you. I know about things sometimes getting in the way. I love this on you and how you styled it with the dark leggings. You look amazing. The heels add even more length to your lithe physique.
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  8. Great look girlie! Definitely taking summer into fall with the ability to add the jeans under the dress. You have inspired me to do something similar with a few pieces I own.


    Thrifting Diva
    www.thriftingdiva.com

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  9. I love your splatter paint tunic! How much fun is that??!? So cute!

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  10. such a pretty top! I love how you paired the long top with the super skinny jeans!

    Lindsey
    Thrift and Shout

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  11. Great pictures dear :D

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  12. ah I love all the colors of this top!! gorgeous :) Life can get so crazy and I hate that my blogging always seems to suffer too--but you are back and rockin this look!!

    Tori
    FashionBlingGirlyThings

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  13. This is a wonderful look; I love how you've styled the tunic (top/dress) with the tight fitting Hudson jeans and Marc Jacobs bag. The setting for these photos is fabulous too! I have 'added you to my circles' on Google+ by the way, although I'm still learning how to use that platform!! :)

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    x

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  14. fabulous dress.. you styled it perfectly!
    xo Jessica
    www.NewlyLoved.com

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  15. such a pretty pattern on this dress/top! i laughed when i read the indecent exposure line. i have a few pieces that could possibly be a really short dress or a long top -- 9 times out of 10 i'll wear them as a top.

    xo,
    gabby
    www.likealittlefox.blogspot.com

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  17. You are too funny! I have the opposite problem - anything that looks like a tunic on a model will be a knee length dress on me. :) So I haven't quite had to deal with turning a dress into a shirt! LOL. However, that is a beautiful top/dress depending on your height and I love the way you styled it!
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