Today I recreated some of the looks I liked from Sonia Rykiel’s Spring 2015 Ready to Wear Collection using more affordable items. What’s your favorite spring collection? I’d love to hear suggestions for other collections to recreate!
I love that unlike a lot of designers her looks are actually wearable yet are still high fashion.
Thank you to everyone who has voted for me for the fashionista award! If you haven’t voted yet you can vote here. Albany has Art Park where anyone can go in and paint or create something in an old building. It’s the perfect spot to take pictures and it never gets old since they are constantly painting over the old art.
Earlier tonight I had the chance to walk the runway for Beauty Through the Storm hosted by Chosen to Conquer and my local mall’s fashion board that I am a member of. It was a great experience and I had a lot of fun.
Today I’m wearing a casual t-shirt and maxi. I didn’t get any good pictures of the back, but the t-shirt actually has a pretty lattice cut out design. The maxi has two slits which shows off my black mini wedges.
College Orientation means a lot a walking and making first impressions on your future classmates and staff members. You want to look casual but still put together. I would not recommend dresses or any shoes with a large heel.
Rompers are a great alternative to dresses and skirts if you want to look a little more casual and you don’t have to worry about a skirt flying up on a windy day and it works if you have to sit on the ground anywhere. The sandals have a tiny wedge which I find more comfortable than completely flat sandals. A small crossbody bag keeps you from lugging around a giant bag all day.
This look is very girly and polished. Flat sandals are great for walking around all day and the shorts are casual yet classy looking and would stand out in a sea of denim shorts. The shirt would look nice tucked in without being skin tight.
Let me know what you think of the outfits and leave requests for future articles below!