Today I’ll tell you why day to night is a mystery to me.
There have been many a time where I’ve had to pitch a campaign that had bloggers competing in a challenge of sorts. While you might think “spring looks” or “nautical style” might be the dominating challenge trend this time of year, it’s actually “day to night” that wins the most popular girl at the ball award.
You see, us lady folk have an issue. At 5PM, when most of our brood escape from behind their screens and emerge into the night, they look so repulsive that it’s better for them to skip socializing with members of the opposite sex than to risk blinding someone with their corporate bad assery. Basically, they are just a bit to suited or professional to stunt like a G.
My advice for women trying to go day to night is this. Start your day looking like your dressed for the night.
That’s right kiddies.
It’s that easy.
Above, me proving my point. I’m wearing a Celia Birtwell for Uniqlo shirt and matching pants. She’s a UK textile artist from the 1960′s and 70′s that is kind of major. Over that I’m wearing a Minusey cable knit sweater (a steal at $49 bucks) and over that a grey fox shawl I’ve had since the day I was born.
I threw on a pair of DKNY ombre tights and my recent find, a pair of Marc Jacobs pilgrim shoes, which I’ve been in search of since seeing them on the runway last year. On my noggin, a Gents Co. cap, a must right now, like such a must, it’s impossible to ignore baseball caps, accept and buy as many as you can. I have like 6 right now.
So yeah, day to night in one look. Attempt to duplicate.
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