Moving on, I'm channeling a Grecian look here, hence the cowl neck, overlapping skirt and a twisted low bun- which was a signature look of mine when my hair was much longer, but surprise surprise!- I can work with shorter locks too! SCORE! Yes, I will post a tutorial that most of you have already requested.
On another note, a few of you ladies have emailed me concerning bright yellows and how it makes some of you look darker than your usual skin tone.I'm dusky and I like bright yellows and don't find them to be too loud. But yes, if the yellow has got a hint of neon in there or is a really bright-canary yellow, it can make you look dark and tired, especially if you've got an uneven complexion. An alternative to wearing bright yellow is mustard yellow- It's a more subdued yellow and is great for warmer skin tones! Also never try and play with too much colors when trying to color block with yellow- unless you're fair skinned.Try sticking to yellows with navy, black, tan , forest green or other darker colors.White is good too and so is dark wash denim.Also opt for natural makeup and lighter lip colors when sporting yellow, to tone down the bright hues.
Try these out and let me know your thoughts!
Dress: Sister's closet, Shoes: Dune, Bag and Headband: Monsoon.