July 18, 2014

Acid Wash

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acid wash vest {who is that girl Mo?}

I thrifted this acid wash denim jacket and removed the sleeves to create an over sized vest. I also removed the leather patches with the brand name BOOM all over it. Cool name right? Nah!!

July 16, 2014

Canadian Tuxedo

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canadian tuxedo {who is that girl Mo?}

The Canadian tuxedo or denim on denim trend is one of my favorite styles that I don't think I will tire of any time soon. I made this denim on denim look more Summer ready by styling it with cutoffs and wedge sandals. The top is lightweight denim and next time I'll style it with black denim jeans.

July 14, 2014

Remix'd: High Waist Skirt

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high waist skirt {who is that girl Mo?}

I thrifted this house dress for the pretty patterns and colors and knew it would make for a cute high waist skirt. I removed the bottom portion of the dress, created a waistband and inserted a zipper.

July 11, 2014

Maxi Dress

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maxi dress {who is that girl Mo?}

I scored this maxi dress with a trade on Poshmark. Poshmark is a way to buy, sell or trade from thousands of closets from women around the world. I always state that I don't like wearing dresses but that obviously has changed recently and I'm not complaining because I'm loving it. This is my second time wearing this dress and its's my favorite maxi dress even if it's the only one I have. 

July 9, 2014

Button Ups

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denim button up {who is that girl Mo?}

One of my favorite tops to wear are button ups. I love them with skirts and shorts and jeans of course. Majority of my button ups are from the men's section sense I have broad shoulders and long arms. It just works better for me. This denim button up is usually worn quite a bit because it looks great with whatever I style it with. Today's look I styled it with a tribal print mini skirt and of course a pair of high top chucks.

July 7, 2014

Remix'd: Sexy Crop Top

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sexy crop top {who is that girl Mo?}

I found this DIY tutorial from A Pair and  a Spare on Pinterest and knew I had to give it a try. I first tried it with a white tank but it wasn't long enough. I then thrifted this longer floral tank and it worked out a little better. The top was still a bit short so I had to get a little creative to make it work in the back. Even though it's a bit on the sexier/risque side of what I normally wear, I like how it turned out. This project is really easy and if you decide to make one of your own make sure you use a tank dress.