One of my favorite things about Dallas is the #DallasBIG campaign. All around the city are giant letters ‘B’ and ‘G’ where you stand in the middle as the ‘I’. It’s a fun promotion for the city that gets people involved. During one of my early morning shoots, I couldn’t resist being a part of the action.
Today’s outfit is inspired by 1960s style. So many great fashion and style inspirations come from the past. The print on this Zara top reminded me of vintage style. I decided to pair the top with this midi skirt with the flounce hem from ASOS. I love a peter pan collar. Something about this style is so chic and something you don’t always see. It’s a unique silhouette perfect for when you are looking to change things up.
For those that know me, know that I don’t have a big personality. I tend to be quiet and hang behind the scenes. But I believe that 2015 has been a year of setting the stage for me. While things haven’t gone quite the way I saw them going at the beginning of the year, I now feel like something big is brewing. This is an encouragement to live life to the fullest, each and everyday. You could be on the cusp of something great. What you are going through is preparing you for the next step. Keep going and always remember to dream BIG.
Photos by the amazing Izehi
Always think outside of the box when it comes to life and style. Dream big, live big, and always have big style. Whether you prefer plain dressing, or lots of colors and accessories, just go for it. Style is often a reflection on the inside. Show the world how wonderful you are on the inside with your fabulous expression of outward style.
Top: Zara, old (similar here and here) | Skirt: ASOS (similar option here,) | Shoes: Rachel Roy | Sunnies: Dior (similar here, here, cute ones here)
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