SHINE LIKE THE SUN

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Hellooo! How's your week so far? Me,it has been great! And of course,like promised, I will be tackling a new topic for style coaching on today's post.






By the way, How was it so far? I want to know guys! If you have any questions or suggestions,
just let me know so we can have it featured on our STYLE COACH segment! :)


So let's get on with it loves, first, have you ever considered wearing sneakers over a dress? Dresses are not just for girly doll shoes or heels.
Sneakers are also into the trend! This will make the ootd look laid back and cool. It will also give the advantage of comfort! And yeah.who doesn't want comfort!
So if you want to aim this plus be fashionable, Go for stylish sneakers!


The floral dress is from Rue by ZOES CLOTHING. The material is light and soft. 
It is very ideal for active and busy days! The floral pastel details also matched the pretty arm candies from SHEBAS COLLECTIONS


dress: zoe's clothing | heart sunnies: mixnmatch | arm candies: sheba's collection | sneakers: forever 21 | bag: x4clusive


And ohhh! The hearts sunnies from MIX N MATCH is pure love! It's so cute! 
It's unique details made the ootd more interesting and vibrant! 



Mix matching prints and textures can be tricky. Consider the same genre of the look. If you are into the summer theme. You can go ahead and match pieces like aztec and florals. Just like what we have incorporated here. Matched the aztec bag with a floral dress. This bag is so light and yet sturdy.
The print is also goregous! You can get on hold one of this from X4CLUSIVE.


And that's it! another segment of our STYLE COACH has ended. I hope you learned something new!
For more of our previous features,just click the STYLE COACH tab. Just right the upper part of this page.
Thanks for dropping by my humble style blog.Till next style coaching loves!


"Always consider life like the sun that always shine!"

xx,mommy jaq


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