Good morning my sweet readers! As I told you before, today’s post is part of Sweet’n’Raw’s new sections. Remeber the “Wear me out and dress me down post” (if you didn’t read it or want to do it again, click HERE), well this is the second part of three. The WEAR ME OUT is a three post story on how to wear Summer essentials in three different ways: dressed up, dressed down and barely dressed. Today we are going to focus on the barely dressed part, since we are starting to make our first trips to the beach. Yes, barely dressed is all about how to style this garments with bikinis and beachy sandals. The crochet shorts, in case you haven’t noticed yet, are everywhere this season. Creamy, white, burgundy or black, I own them in almost every color (even black, and I am a total absence of black activist). Do you have your pair? If not, check this styles out and click away (your credit card won’t thank you, but your closet will).
CROCHET SHORTS SELECTION
TOP: Miss Selfridge / Romwe / River Island
MIDDLE: Valentino / Haute Hippie / Opening Ceremony
BOTTOM: River Island / River Island / River Island
I wanted to play with the monochromatic trend, not only because all cream is a favorite of mine for the beac, but also because I wanted to draw attention to Zara’s leopard sandals, this pair of babies are among the most coveted items right now. The big sunnies add a twist of glamour to the ensemble and the dark nail polish a bit of drama.
- Dahlia nail polish, DOLCE & GABBANA
For all the details on today’s look, go to FASHIOLISTA
Thoughts? Are you going to be rocking the all-cream, crochet with a pinch of leopard look anytime soon? If you do, be sure to post some pictures for me! Have a great day!
PS: In about eleven days, Sweet’n’Raw will be reporting form the magical Mexico City and two week later, from the fabulous New York!
lllustrations: Ana Sofia Alanis
Image sources: ASOS, Zara, Mango, River Island, Harrods, Topshop
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