Posts Categorized: ap contributors

Smitten With Gwynnie Bee

In My Joi: Gwynnie Bee Offer

Sunnies: Forever 21| Print blouse: c/o Gwynnie Bee exclusively| Floral midi skirt: Custom

Watch: c/o JORD Wood Watches| Silver oxfords: Tildon| Fringe purse: Ross Dress for Less

I am happy to be back with Already Pretty readers this month writing another post as a contributor! I have to let you in on something-I’ve been having way too much fun and simply cannot keep it a secret any longer: I’m smitten with Gwynnie Bee!!! Have you heard about it? Gwynnie Bee is a retail clothing subscription service, specializing in women’s clothing, sizes 10-32!

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SWAK Designs Crop Top

Hi everyone!

I have a mini-haul from SWAK Designs that I have been styling up on my blog and this is the last outfit from my haul. Crop tops are the best thing that have happened to me and I really enjoy this particular style!

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SWAK Designs Belinda Crop Tank in Royal, 1x

ASOS Curve pencil skirt in Abstract Print, size 20

Gold ball earrings, Ready To Stare

Light Denim heels, Rubi  

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I think it is pretty safe to stay, one of my go-to looks has got to be a printed pencil skirt and a plain top. Its perfect for the climate I live in and it never fails to serve up style!

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Exterior Decorating: Depersonalization and Beauty

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When I was a little kid I went through a hard-core “dress up” phase that mostly involved wearing my mother’s bridal lingerie and playing with a foam sword. I was Xena or Princess Jasmine or Alanna The Lioness from those Tamora Pierce novels. Sometimes I was even my cool older cousin Joanna, who was inexplicably fighting invisible monsters with a sword in a lacy negligee. I was never, ever myself—probably because I didn’t know who I was yet. A blank canvas waiting for paint. Through the years I created myself, a veritable collage of traits I liked in other people and fictional characters. Cultivated long enough, they all started to feel natural. It comes without thinking now: a Frankenstein’s monster of personality unleashed on the unsuspecting public.

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