Embroidery Is Everything

With the warmer weather now upon us in New York, it’s time to ditch my go-to black skinny jeans and break out the shorts and skirts. A trend that I have gotten behind this season is anything and everything embroidered. From embroidered handbags to embroidered shoes, the extra bit of detail can do wonders when it comes to adding a little extra flair to an outfit.

For this trendy summer outfit, I wanted to incorporate some of the pieces in my closet that I find myself reaching for on a regular basis (literally, I’m in love). For my top, I went with this plain, yet very chic olive green bodysuit made from a light, breathable material that is perfect for the wide variety of temperatures that the summer has to offer.

One thing that I especially love about this look is that there are so many ways that you can wear it. Due to the various colors featured in the embroidery, this look can be completely transformed by simply changing the top and accessories that you choose. I paired this bodysuit with an adorable jean skirt that features floral embroidered detailing. When embroidered jeans became popular, I was quick to jump on the bandwagon, but when embroidered skirts emerged, it took my love of the trend to a whole new level.

For shoes, the options are endless! I decided to choose the classic white Converse sneaker, a shoe which never fails to keep a look fashionable and young. To accessorize this look, a simple long black choker and a pair of silver mirrored sunglasses are the perfect addition to pull the entire outfit together.


A wonderful thing about this look is how versatile it is! It can be dressed up with a pair of cute wedges and worn out to lunch with the girls, or it can be paired with a pair of Birkenstocks for a day full of shopping in the city. No matter which way you decide to rock this look, you will never have to worry about looking anything less than a Fashionista!


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