Looking Good, Heading Out!
When you are ready to look your best, you likely have that perfect outfit in the closet. However, no matter how much you love your sparkly sequined dress, it is simply not going to fly in some situations. The truth of the matter is that looking your best at various events means dressing to suit. Fortunately for you, this does not mean that you need to build an outfit from the ground up every time or that you need to spend hundreds of dollars on your wardrobe! Take a moment to consider what your options are, and what you can add to every outfit to set it apart from the rest. As always, eyeglasses and sunglasses are a must when it comes to completing your look. Here are some perfect clothing and glasses pairings for any occasion!
Okay, you’re heading out shopping; you don’t necessarily need to look your best, do you? The truth is that even when you are shopping for more clothes, it is worth your time to look your best. It keeps things bright and cheerful and it gives you a sense of occasion. Remember that if you are going clothes shopping, you need things that are easy to take on and off. Start with a stretchy top that you can easily pull over your head and match it with a pair of your favorite jeans. Don’t choose anything that is too tight or restrictive, and make sure that you pick a nice pair of slip on shoes, and a pair of Pierce frames in oakwood brown to complete the look.
Family Get Together
There’s always a little bit of stress when you are getting together with your family. You might be remembering teenage fights about clothes that were too revealing or even too dowdy, and across the board, you’ll find that it is far better to err on the side of conservative. Choose a longer skirt that falls beneath the knee, and top it off with a tank top and cardigan set. If you want to punch it up a little, consider stockings in bright color, mary jane’s with clunky heels, and some vintage inspired frames such as the blonde tortoise Fitz.
Whether you love pop or rock, you’ll find that a concert is a fantastic place to cut loose. If you are dead set on wearing your band t-shirt, there is no reason that you can’t brush on the eighties glam. Match your band shirt with a short skirt, black stockings and high boots if you know you don’t need to be walking much. Sunglasses are a must at any concert, indoors or out. Everett frames in gimlet tortoise are perfect for any stage-diving shenanigans.
Guest post by Kaki Read – Fashion Coordinator at Warby Parker
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