This is actually the outfit I wore to see the Nutcracker in NYC. Minus the necklace, which I won.
The story behind this maxi dress is that I really wanted it (as did almost every other Madewell employee, shopper, etc.). But, I had literally just bought another dress (also from Madewell) to wear to the ballet.
Look at it, though! Passing up on it was not an option.
So, I got it and wore it instead. I received a handful of compliments, but was too sick to enjoy and bask in it.
I don’t share all of my outfits on here (believe me, if I could, I would). This one was just too fancy not to.
It’s also too pretty to not wear again for something else. Switch out the shoes, and it’s basically a whole new look!
For what feels like way too long, I’ve been wanting to shift my focus a little more back towards style. It sounds easy enough, but when your photographer is your boyfriend who works 8-5 with an hour commute, it’s not.
Investing in a professional photographer is a financial commitment. I want others to take my blog as seriously as I do, so I decided to find someone worth investing in.
I still plan to cover some beauty, as it is a part of my life. But, how do you feel about Twenty Something Plus being more of a life and style blog (emphasis on the style), instead of a general lifestyle blog? Share your thoughts in the comments, so I can take them into consideration!
My Christian Louboutin So Kate heels are my among my utmost possessions. I saved, and I mean saved, up for these bad boys like you wouldn’t believe! I love wearing them, because they’re gorgeous little works of art. Plus, they make my legs look AMAZING.
However, they aren’t exactly the most comfortable shoes, so I don’t wear them very often.
My go to makeup look is a very subtle smokey eye and glossy nude lip.
This jacket was a wardrobe upgrade, after a sticker left a mark on my old moto jacket and the clutch I got pre-loved.