Saturday, October 31, 2015

black bunny // halloween

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       Outfit Details // Romper, LOFT | Heels (old), Target | Bunny Ears, Charlotte Russe |  Bag &  
  Pom-pom, Trendz //

Happy Halloween, y'all! 

I've dressed up a couple times in the past, but this is the first time I've ever blogged about it. This look was so much fun to put together! I decided to use some items that were already in my closet (minus the ears). 

 The black romper has proved to be one of the most versatile pieces in my wardrobe. You can easily dress it up or down with minimal accessory changes. I've worn it with sandals during the summer, a cream colored cardigan and beige booties, and even with heels for a fancier look. 

Finding the perfect one-piece can be tricky, but it you know what to look for. 

1. Cut- It's very important to pay attention to the way the garment is cut. Make sure it's proportioned correctly to fit your body. I.e, if you're tall and long-torsoed like me, look for a longer style with a bit of give. Otherwise you'll end up being the victim of a terrible wedgie, if you know what I mean...

2. Quality - Choosing a higher end material will benefit for you in the long run. The garment will hold it's shape if you have it dry-cleaned. 

3. Print - In addition to choosing a good material, pick a print or a solid neural color that will mix and pair well with other items in your wardrobe. 

Hope these tips help! Enjoy your weekend. 


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