Soft, girly, and feminine.
Here is the last look for my three-part post and I thought I would go a little more casual, for any ladies attending cozy house parties, but definitely more feminine. And speaking of feminine let's have a little discussion especially since it was such a big topic in 2014! I never really understood the significance or even struggle that came with stating you are a feminist or the impact it has. In fact, I used to think it was silly and why can't people simply believe in equality without putting a label on it. Now, I still do have those sentiments but I do have a better idea of what feminism is. Women (and some smart men) want to see that women are just as empowered, important and well-paid as the other gender. It is the fact that your gender should not influence whether you get the job or a raise or anything else in society; you should get those things due to a positive attitude, an A+ resume and a good work ethic.
So I guess we will have to leave it to 2015 on whether or not I am a feminist but I do know everyone deserves the opportunity to succeed so don't stop until you get!
As for the outfit: I actually got the inspiration for this on pinterest (and since it is a more relaxed look I plan on wearing this next time I am out to brunch or maybe even class if I dare). The oversized sweater fit perfectly with the slouchy and drappiness of the purple dress. Then, being a bit trendy (and because it is cold) tall boots worked way better than high heels or booties. Next, for a little glam moment I layered on jewelry. Now to turn this into a quick everyday where: add boot socks, put on a thick knit scarf, parka coat and you are good to go!
My year round up is up tomorrow!
|Mid-twirl because this is the perfect flowy dress to dance in!|
Shirt: OLD NAVY
Boots: c/o AERO
Bag: GERARD DAREL
Fur Keychain: MICHAEL KORS
Lipstick: COVERGIRL Chubby Stick
Bracelets: GIVENCHY, ASOS, MARC JACOBS,
ALEX AND ANI, vintage
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