Top off this year in style

Hey fashionistas,
This is the last post for the year so I thought I would do something fun. This post will be all about how to wear a mini top hat. Most people associate top hats with Abraham Lincoln and ringmasters at a circus, not cute. These outfits put a cute spin on the top hat.
This first outfit is, in my opinion, super adorable. Start with a full strapless dress and try to had a least on element of the dress match the color of your top hat. The one used here is red and the stripes and sash on the dress match. Add a pair of ruffled ankle boots and an parasol to match the dress. Top this look of with none other then your mini top hat and head to a garden party or anywhere.

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This next look is still cute but with a sultry side. Start with a floral print dress similar to the one in the picture. Add a pair of black high heel boots, a red shoulder bag and a chandelier choker. Finish the look off with the mini top hat and you are done. If you want to go bold you can add a deep colored or black lipstick and smokey eyes to this look.

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The final look is for my more adventurous fashionistas out there.
Start this look off with a lace trimmed corset and skinny or hot pants to match your top hat. Finish this look off with a pair of heels and of course your top hat. Hop into to a cherry red convertible and have fun.

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Well that’s it for this week. The next post will be at the beginning of next year. Let me know in the comments section below what you would like to see on the blog for next year. If you post I promise I will use it.

‘Til next year,
DivaD

This is a man’s world

Hey fashion people,
Sorry about no post last week. I really struggled with this one. I don’t really dress men so this post was kind of hard. I decided to go East and West.

I have seen a lot of guys who want to be laid back but come off looking sloppy so I decided to first look is going to the ever popular slumming it.
This look starts off with a pair of sweats with or without a design. Top this look off with a tight tank in the summer and a tight t-shirt in the colder months. Leaving the house in this look add your favorite pair of kicks and shades and head out.

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Now for the casual everyday or even a hangout look. Start off with a slightly fitted black tee and black pants. You can go with skinny jeans but it is all about personal taste. Grab some black sneakers and a pair of aviators. A very thin pendant necklace and a watch finishes off this look. Now you are ready to head out with the boys or hanging out with your girl.

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This look is for those confident guys who want to look good in the office. The pants for this outfit can be any color of you choice. This outfit, however has a pair of pink trousers and a white button down. Add a neutral jacket and a tie, then finish the look off with a pair of dress shoes. Now go to the office and impress your boss with your fashion sense and your business sense.

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Now we are going to head to the East of the big pond. For this part I chose a brand that I have seen a lot. It is called Trugen Boy ( I don’t own the right to the brand or the name).
The first look is a casual look that can even be worn to dinner with parents or out with your girl.
Pair a sweater, striped or otherwise with a pair of slacks. Finish the look off with a pair of slip-ons and a button down.

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The next look is a casual Friday look. Start with white pants and a button down. Add a leather jacket and socks with sneakers. Grab a briefcase or tablet case and rock the business world.

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This look is for the office, the coat is optional. This look starts off with the “classic” three piece suit. Add a crisp white button down, tie and dress shoes. If it is cold outside the fur lined hooded coat is a cool yet efficient way to keep warm.

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Well everyone that’s all for today. If you want to see more looks like these let me know in the comment section.

Stay fierce,
DivaD

(DISCLAIMER: I do not own Turgen Boy)