[Outfit Post] with a Leopard Print Bustier, Black Dress, Bold Belt, and Jeffrey Campbell Gold Unicorn Heels…A Flashy Fun Look
I’m happy to post my first outfit post of the year! I actually haven’t officially worn this out yet, you guys are seeing it before anyone else does! After I post this, going to get ready to actually leave the house wearing this. I’m going out to celebrate a friend’s birthday tonight so I wanted to dress up for the occasion! Enjoy loves!
About This Outfit:
[The Outfit]: I am wearing a black Guess mini sweater dress. It actually has straps, but I tucked them underneath as I wanted it to look strapless.
The next layer is a Guess animal print bustier with black lace detailing towards the top. If it didn’t have the black lace styling detail, I wouldn’t have been as inclined to buy it. It’s funny how the little things are always what count most!
The wide black belt with gold bling at the center is a consignment store find. I have been obsessed with this belt for many years now. I don’t wear it all the time, but when I do, it really completes the look.
The shoes are Jeffrey Campbell. I wore these in my last outfit post, so they should look familiar! ;)
[Where to wear this outfit]: If you really want to know exactly, I’m heading off to Perle in New Brunswick tonight in this outfit.
- A lot of layering took place to create this look and I believe that great stylists are masters at effortlessly layering pieces to achieve one extraordinary final look. Looking at this from afar, it looks like a one piece outfit, no?
[Styling Confession]: Believe it or not, this is the first time in my life that I’m wearing sheer black tights (from Express). For the longest time, I just wasn’t a huge fan of the idea. However, with this look, I felt that opaque black tights would make the outfit appear “too black” and there was a need for the sheer tights. I must admit, I’m totally digging them!
- The wide belt at the center gives the illusion that I’m wearing a high-waisted skirt. As you can see, the horizontal lines cut across the body in all the right places.
[Thanks for viewing! Thoughts?]