Sensible Stylista: accessory concierge
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Showing posts with label accessory concierge. Show all posts

Bitter Root Vintage

Channeling my inner Audrey Hepburn for today's post.  I've partnered up with Bitter Root Vintage - so excited to tell you guys about my new dress.  This fit-and-flare cocktail dress is seriously beautiful.  A stunning tulle-lined skirt and deep-v back?  I think yes.
The dress has a padded bust and a skirt that's fully lined!  Clicky HERE to purchase - it's currently on sale for $68 (originally $82).  
A closer look at the back - LOVE the bow so much!  BTW, this dress has A LOT of volume so keep that in mind. Let me know if you guys have any questions about the piece.  I'd be more than happy to answer!

 Necklace:  c/o Accessory Concierge
Dress:  c/o Bitter Root Vintage ($68)
Clutch:  Kate Spade

PS.  Don't forget to enter my FOUR international giveaways HERE to win some seriously sweet swag.


Bandage Skirts During the Day: Do or Don't?

Who says you can't wear bandage skirts during the day?  It's all about balance baby.  At least in my opinion!  Pair it with a loose blouse on top and you're good to go!   What do you guys think? Are these babies a do or a don't during the daytime?
Dude, BCBG outlets are a dream in general but especially so during storewide sales!  I scour their clearance racks to take advantage of the extra discounts, haha.  I wish you guys could see me WERK.  I look like a crazy person sifting through their stacks!  Totally worth it though.  I got this skirt for $15.  Oh yes, you heard right. $15. 
Feelin' seriously classy in pearls again!  Clicky HERE to see how I styled them previously.  How do you guys like wearing pearls?  

Necklace:  c/o Accessory Concierge ($45)
Top:  c/o JYJZ SF
Bag:  Prada - gifted
Shoes:  Candie's via Kohl's - old
Skirt:  BCBGMaxAzria Factory Outlet

PS. Don't forget to enter my TWO giveaways!  Clicky HERE to win a $500 gift card to C. Wonder and HERE to win a fragrance of your choice from Commodity Goods ($109 value).