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Style Trade



Happy Labor Day, Everyone!
(not that this post is about Labor Day. lols)

I have exciting news! I have been invited by Hannah of Floral and Flannel to join her on a blogger Style Trade. 

Basically, bloggers would style a look based on a particular theme discussed. If you, like me, are looking for inspiration on how other people dress up for a certain trend, then you may want to join us in this little project.



Theme One: 
FRINGE & TASSELS

Learning that I do not own a single fringe item, I decided to shred this old tee into a crop top. I paired this with my dip dye bleach shorts and denim vest for that casual music festival look.



Want to see how other bloggers styled this look? Go and visit these lovely ladies:


Love x Hate the look? Tell me all about it. :)

Comments

  1. love it! the vest is a great touch :)

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    1. Thank you Hannah dear! This was loads of fun! :D

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  2. It looks great!! I LOVE your shoes <3

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    1. Thank you Tonnomura! Couldnt find anything that day and wore this instead :D

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  3. So pretty. Love the effect you've got on your photos. And the tassle top is so lovely :)
    xx

    http://sarah-nunn.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you Sarah! I just ran a white brush over the edge of the photos for the grunge feel. :D

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  4. That sounds fun! :)

    xx, Edda
    http://eddaiglesia.blogspot.com

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  5. love your fringe top! :)

    http://anythingariel.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you Ariel dear! I took an old shirt and went razor happy :D

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  6. Nice look, definitely a hip concert look for the sixties.

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  7. Loving the outfit, such a cool idea to do a themed blogpost with other bloggers :D
    Maya - Archistas

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    1. Thank you Maya! It was all Hannah's idea :D

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  8. Hi! Lovely blog and great look! I would like to invite you to know my blog, do you like? ;) I follow you!
    www.mvesblog.com

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