Silver & Neon


It’s a lovely sunny day in the San Juans today (besides the wind) so I decided to brave the world in a short dress. I have a habit of dressing inappropriately for the given weather conditions (I wear flip flops literally every single day) so a little chill doesn’t bother me. I’ve been itching to wear this silver metallic stitch dress I bought at Second Act several months ago. Finally the weathers nice enough that I can wear it without tights to compliment my hardly noticeable (but still there!) tan.

Get the look:


H&M Divided Black blazer. Event Fitted Long Sleeve Scoop Neck Back Zipper Mini. Dealpulp neon knit and frayed coral scarf. Steve madden platform cage heels.


Phosphor Appear sqarovski crystal watch in white. Calypso St. Barth for Target 3 row coil bracelet. Forever 21 Fall leaves necklace. H&M neon bead bracelets.



H&M Divided black blazer. H&M neon coral scarf. Saks Fifth Avenue “The Works” silver sweater (wearing as a mini). Forever 21 Double flower pendant necklace. silver coil bracelet (other arm, not pictured) from the Rastro in Madrid, Spain.  


Phosphor appear watch. H&M bead neon bracelets. 


Jessica Simpson zip cage heels.

This (for me, at least) is an easy, wearable style. Despite heels always being tricky to totter around in. I also take advantage of the fact that I’m still young and get away with neon, barely-there hemlines, and sky-high heels 🙂 Something that’s always irked me about fashion is that because of many trends these days, its hard to find a balance between being fashion forward but retaining your femininity and sex appeal. I know these are not necessarily important aspects to every person’s style, but it is to mine. So many styles now have an almost androgenous look to them. I try to find styles that excite me, that I still feel flashy or zany wearing, but that compliment what mother nature gave me.

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