Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Prima Donna

Don't you have days when you feel like dressing in a classy manner? But not so much as it starts to look stiff, uptight, and even blah. We all have those moments when we think we need a little extra grooming and sophistication in the way we fix ourselves up, don't we? 'Cause we sure do! Today we went for little less "everyday" and little more "polished" and had a chance to play with colors, to bring out bolder items, and basically to channel our inner prima donnas — in order to balance out the seriousness of the typical polished look. But who says you can't put just as much attitude in your everyday's? And here are today's looks...

Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)
Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)
Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)
Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)

A good shade of emerald green (albeit muted) is a surefire eye candy for those in need of a fresh addition to your getup's or wardrobe's palette. When trying to look sleek but far from boring, try a single-tone paired with a detailed if not loud piece. This will create a good balance between sleek and not boring. Keep in mind the colors as well: the more uniform the colors look, the more you lean toward sleek. Most importantly, bring out your own creativity and have fun!

Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)
Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)
Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)
Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)
Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)
Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)

Try to invest in pieces that will be used for a long time. This white pencil skirt is a perfect example. You could use this for different occasions like a girl's night out or your friend's birthday party. Be creative and have fun in experimenting because there are a lot of looks that you could achieve with this simple white skirt. Adding a top with a touch of lace makes your outfit look classy and effortless.

Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)
Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)
Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)
Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)

Never forget the power of pleats! Whether you’re going mini, midi or maxi, you’ll score big style points with this piece. It can automatically make your outfit look elegant, even when you're just wearing your pajama shirt as your top! Picking out a bright colored pleated skirt is enough to catch attention. So simply pair it with a light colored top and minimize the use of accessories. Last but not the least, the ever-so-classy pointed pumps is a must when you're going for the sophisticated look.

Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)
Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)
Fashion: Prima Donna (colors and bold pieces)

Thanks for dropping by! See you again on our next post!


On Lauren: Topshop top, Promod skirt, Comfort Plus shoes, Topshop sunglasses
On Candis: Topshop top, Miss Selfridge skirt , Sugarfree shoes, Sunnies sunglasses 
On Daphne: Miss Selfridge top, Topshop skirt & sunglasses, SM Parisian shoes

10 comments

  1. Great style ladies and I love the sunglasses. Thanks for sharing and be sure to check out our latest feature.

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  2. What gorgeous pictures, all of your outfits are so cute and fun! x
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  3. You all look amazing! Great blog you have! Keep up the good work!

    X

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  4. The outfits are very pretty; I really love also the red pleated skirt, so elegant!

    Bisous from France,
    Sand.

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  5. Oh, I love all in white combination. Yet, you all look so beautiful in this pictures. Your confidence and smile really make good picture. And I love how well can each of you express your style.
    Keep working, if anything it will be an amazing experience for your friendship.
    xx

    Nina
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    1. It really is! :) Thank you so much, Nina <3

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