I tried to make a crop top work by showing a tiny sliver of skin with a high waisted skirt. Honestly, I liked it, but for the night I had planned, it made me a little uncomfortable; therefore, my old favorite of cropped shirt/flowy shirt came into play.
Obviously, this outfit could also fall under the tribal trend for Looking Lucky, but I have a few more tribal pieces in my closet, so one of those will do.
So, let’s talk about these shoes. I found these beautiful Tahari heels at a local consignment shop, practically brand new, for only $16. Great story, right? Unfortunately, shoes have to be walked in, and I chose the worst night to debut them. For a friend’s birthday last weekend, we rented a party bus, and when I say bus, I mean school bus, the Pink Flamingo to be exact. For some reason, when planning my outfit, I did not take into account the fact that the bus would be in motion. Moral of the story: standing on a moving bus in heels can be a bit difficult. Throw in some drinks and muddy ground, and your beautiful new shoes will be almost ruined in the morning. I cleaned them as best as I could, but I’m going to to have to take them to a professional and see if anything can be done. Luckily, thanks to my crappy photography and editing, you can barely tell they’re stained. I think that’s what they really meant when they named this challenge “Looking Lucky.”