This is a casual Friday street wear workout sporty outfit. The best part about it are my favorite throwback ombre hot pink and purple Nike sneakers because their so eye catching and comfortable. It instantly adds life to any occasion and emotionally, it brightens my mood!
Since my body is still bouncing back from my pregnancy, I’ve been wearing a lot of black on a day to day basis which sucks. Wearing black is very slimming but it makes you feel hotter and with the NYC humidity, your like a walking sauna which is not cool. But I won’t get tired of wearing my Straight Outta Compton t-shirt because its perfectly oversized to wear as a mini dress or tie it in the center to add more shape. I thought it be relevant to wear because of the release of the Tupac movie All Eyez On Me, which I can’t wait to go see this weekend! Even though its kind of a throwback fad to the summer of 2015 when these shirts were everywhere with the release of the movie.
I hope you’ve enjoying this dose of minimal and sporty inspo #ootd. Let me know in the comments below if you like this outfit/or the sneakers. Also, which movies have you seen in theaters lately? Are you excited to see the Tupac movie? Was he your favorite 90’s artist?
Like always, have a blessed day!
outfit: ombre roshe run Nike | t-shirt Unknown | running shorts Champion | choker Customized
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For this nail design update, I really wanted to incorporate a autumn feel by using this clayish shade. When I saw the color, it instantly reminded me of one of the many Pantone colors for Fall 2016 that I wrote a post about a few weeks ago, which called the color Potters Clay for the russet orange undertone. This one in particular is called Brick House by Deborah Lippman lacquer. My favorite part about the Deborah Lippman lacquer is that it retains an impeccable shine without having to add layers of shine coating to finish it. Using the instagram image as inspiration, I colored blocked the Brick House with the pale white by Wet n Wild called Break The Ice, to represent the changing season! Nothing like a high and low mix to create something amazing. I hope you enjoy & let me know what you think of this design in the comments below!
As a little girl, one piece swimsuits were the staple to my wardrobe during the summer session. They ranged from tropical floral prints to bold salmon colors and ruffles along the waist. For the summer season, RTW Cynthia Rowley blends the functionality of a sporty wetsuit with a cute bikini bottom for the inner surfer gal in everyone. Her passion for designing the wetsuits comes from her own love of surfing. These are just a few that I picked out from her website that look so delicious! The neoprene helps maintain the shape, which is an awesome characteristic of neoprene. Rowleys buy now wetsuit capsule collection comes in ten different patterned fabrics from color blocking to florals to minimals! The effortlessness of style selections within the varying looks are killer!
Now, if I only find a Australian like beach in NYC…
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