Let’s be honest, running errands is not on any of our summer bucket lists. Even though doing these mundane tasks may cut into the time that we could be spending at the beach or shopping with friends, there’s no reason that your outfit should suffer because of it. You still need to look presentable. No, you may not wear your pajamas and bunny slippers to the grocery store or Walmart. Whether you like it or not, when you are out in public there are opportunities everywhere to meet people and make an impression. So be sure to make a good one and not look like you just rolled out of bed to complete your to-do list! I’m not saying to dress like you are about to walk the runway. Dress in a way that’s casual and comfortable, yet still looks stylish.
This Fashionista’s ensemble is a perfect example of how to look both chic and casual. Her high-waisted denim shorts will allow her to be comfortable during a long day of running errands. I am obsessed with the embellishments around the front pockets. The added bling gives the bottoms a unique vintage feel. Any Fashionista can do this to spice up an old boring pair of denim shorts. DIY accents on clothing are a one-of-a-kind statement that is sure to make you stand out in a crowd.
She completes her outfit with a sheer white T-shirt, a cross-body bag, a pair of Vans sneakers and an oversized watch. I love how her Vans sneakers add a pop of color to her ensemble. Don’t be afraid to wear bold colored shoes. It’s a fun way to make an outfit interesting. This Fashionista is definitely ready to start checking things off of her to-do list in style.
One Simple Change: Her white T-shirt and sneakers are great for a casual day. Swap the shirt and shoes for a crop top and a pair of wedges to transform this outfit into something that could be worn out with friends.