Hello, Again Darling Divas,
Welcome back for your second blog post of the day. Just in case you missed it, today I am doing a double feature Friday, and I posted the first one earlier today at 2PM. Click here if you missed it! Right now I’m coming at you for the second time today with a blast from the past. I started the Style Swap series, but never continued it, so we are doing the second episode today! The video explains it all, so let’s get started!
Did you enjoy? I hope so! If you want to check out the style swap playlist, then click here. It only has two videos, but I plan on hopefully adding so much more throughout the year.
My Classic Style Inspiration
I mentioned that I would be sharing my inspo for this video, so here we go! I want to start off with Shirley Eniang. Her style is effortless, and I really hope my wardrobe will look like hers someday! Check out some of my favorite looks from her!
Next up is Miss Girl with Curves, Tanesha Awasthi. I discovered her years ago on Pinterest, and have been obsessed ever since! She truly is one of my style icons because she can pretty much wear anything and I drop my jaw! Check out some of my favorite looks from her!
So now that you have seen my inspo, let’s take a look at my attempted classic style.
Peplum and Print
Top: Ashley Stewart
Blazer and Dress: Tracee Eliss Ross for JCP
Jacket: Girl With Curves Collection for Dia&Co
Jeans: Fashion to Figure (Via Dia&Co)
So what do you think? Did I nail the Classic style? Which look was your favorite? Comment it down below! I think my style is starting to shift to the Classic style, so I am definitely looking forward to exploring it more! Have a style or piece of clothing that you want me to try next? Leave it in the comments!
Ladies and Gents that wraps up my double feature Friday! Ya girl is tired, but I am so glad I was able to deliver this all to you! Are you following on social media? Do so today by clicking on the links above. I love you lots like tater tots, and I will see you next week for more videos!
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