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June 2016

Retro Bodysuit

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(Argento Vivo Earrings, Dogeared Necklace, Out From Under Bodysuit, Chloe Bag and Sandals, 3x1 Jeans)

I just started an intro acting class and I am loving it.  I like to try new things.  Sometimes I get really into something and sometimes I find out it isn't for me.  I took a hip hop dance class a month or so ago, but I ended up not loving that particular dance studio so I didn't go back.  However, that doesn't mean I don't want to find a different dance studio.  Now that it is summer I can exercise and move around outside so I might look into it again in the winter.  If you have been following my blog for a long time you might remember that I got really into Pilates and Barre for a while.  I used to do Pilates pretty religiously or it was like a religion to me.  I quit a couple years ago because my neck was constantly getting injured. 

The great thing about the acting class is it isn't an exercise class.  I will let you know how it turns out as I attend more classes.  I wore this outfit to my first class along with a beige army jacket because it was raining and cold in the building.  You rarely see me in flats or sneakers, but here I am wearing some buckled slides.  I am loving these cropped and frayed light wash jeans too.  They are just different from my usual skinny jeans.  The bodysuit is under $40 and oh so adorable.  I dig the color red right now and stripes.  I am also on a nautical kick thus the red nails, red bodysuit, and the anchor necklace.

 

xoxo

Jacqueline

 


OOTD Video: Acting Out

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BDG Dress

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(Vintage Earrings, BDG Dress, Onecklace Necklace, R.J. Graziano Bangle, Givenchy Bag, Cornetti Sandals)

I am often asked why I don't like to wear flat shoes more often.  The truth is that heels just look better and I've always wished I was taller.  I guess at 5'5 I am taller than the average woman, but I was hoping for at least 5'7.  Is that too much to ask?  I feel like heels make your legs look longer.  A lot of the heels I do wear are pretty comfortable.  If they are not a comfortable pair then you won't see me wearing them as often.  Personally, I prefer no shoes, but I cannot get away with that in fashion.  The second best thing to wear after heels are sneakers or flip flops.  When you aren't hanging by the pool it is nice to have a leather pair of thong sandals that you can wear with your summer looks.  This pair from Cornetti is elegant and goes with a lot of different ensembles.  They are easy to walk in as well.  When my shoes aren't made of leather I can definitely tell the difference.  I usually get a lot of blisters and they can be painful.  That is why I choose to invest in quality leather shoes.  I paired the sandals with a striped cotton dress that is under $50.  The back detailing is what really makes this mini dress stand out.  It also has a very flattering cut.  Blue and gray is a fun color combination so I went with that as my theme for this look.

 

xoxo

Jacqueline