Imitation is the best form of flattery. The fashion advisers we all hail to, plus a small group of street-stylers who have perfected the strut, stop, and stare looks get the well-deserved attention from all during fashion week. They are also the lucky ones to get their skinny bodies into garments, shoes and accessories hot off the runways. Therefore you can’t blame us if the uniform effect has become part of our culture.
One pretty dress, three beautiful looks. This Gypsy Junkies Dylan Bustier Dress was originally meant for a holiday story I was putting together, but with my impatience I needed to share it NOW! Patience is a virtue, ….I’m typing that while nodding my head no and don’t you agree? With this burn-out velvet piece, I couldn’t just do one head-to-toe look. The more the merrier, and easier on the wallet is what we all like.
As I’ve said before, I don’t have pierced ears, and see no need to do it now. Most of my friends never noticed until I pointed it out, (love them) and my love of accessories and jewelry hasn’t been hindered because I lack two more holes on my body. I’ve just found other creative ways to rock the dangling beauties.
In a previous post I shared how to wear earrings as brooches (here), now I’m sharing my version of collar clips! Modeling the look, is my sister who ears also aren’t pierced.