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Let’s face it. The steaming hot summer days don’t allow us much room for creativity in creating interesting outfits. The temperatures put a stand still to almost any kind of layering piece. But, there is the exception of the long vest. Pairing a long sleeveless vest is basically your only cool option for layers in 90 degree temps. I’m obsessed with this white vest by Jacket New York, its the perfect addition to anyone’s summer wardrobe. It can easily be worn with jeans, cargo skinny pants, shorts and any color pairs perfect with white, so your options are really limitless with this item- a good investment for sure.
I love black and white looks. There is something so crisp and clean to the sharp, contrast look. Plus, it is always a classic option. This Drew romper is probably one of the most comfortable ones I’ve worn. I know many who despise a romper because of the inconvenience it causes for us women when we have to use the restrooms. Well ladies, I’m here to say don’t let that stop you from your purchase of a good romper, because there is always the side move. Yes, I said it. Just pull that inseam area over to the side and let it go. Granted, I guess this all depends on what type of underwear you wear, lol, but it is what it is. And I agree, some rompers you can’t maneuver to the side and it is a definite pain having to completely undress just to take a squat. I guess there are plenty of worse things though, right? Until next time.
Always be kind and keep those pony tails high 🙂