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Outfit Details:   beanie – old navy (OBSESSED with this one), sweater – old navy, skinny jeans – old navy (lusting over these), heels – nine west, aviator sunnies – asos (similar), necklace – kohl’s, rings – the limited & old navy

 

Two things:  I’m wearing almost entirely Old Navy here (they should hire me as one of their models) and this is my first time wearing a beanie – hopefully I don’t look ridiculous.  I love the beanie trend and decided I finally wanted to give it a try myself. I found a lot of inspiration here and here. I realize I am probably the last person ever to wear this trend this season, but regardless, I  definitely think I’ll be continuing this trend and seeing how many different ways I can incorporate it into my current wardrobe.

Quite often I find myself dressing according to my mood. Sometimes I feel like going uber feminine and lady-like, sometimes I feel like going super casual or sometimes I feel edgy and rebellious. I know it’s weird, but hey, it’s me! This particular day I couldn’t really make up my mind or pinpoint exactly what I was “feeling”, so I went with a few different elements. Feminine touches with just a bit of edge.  Pink and leopard print, a beanie and “over the top” mega sparkle rhinestone necklace and skinny jeans and a girly heart sweater.  Opposites attract, right?

Have you tried the beanie trend? How do you like to incorporate opposite elements into one outfit?

XOXO,  Stephanie  🙂

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